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'Landscape Artist of the Year' landscape artist of the year 2016

8pm, Sky Arts Yes, it's as comforting as a warm blanket on a cold winter's night, but there's nothing wrong with that. Series two of Sky Arts' quest to find the best landscape artist in the country – amateur or professional – has been just as involving as the first, with picturesque scenes, some great artists and lots of gentle ribbing. Frank Skinner and Joan Bakewell host.

'MasterChef: The Professionals' masterchef-the-professionals

8pm, BBC Two Prepare to wave goodbye to your evenings: 'MasterChef' is back. It's the pros' turn again, which means silver fox Marcus Wareing and the slightly intimidating Monica Galetti are on judging duties. They'll be dishing out criticism and praise, plus the odd sideways glance. And Gregg Wallace? He'll be gurning as usual.

'Clinton v Trump: America Decides'

10pm, Sky News and Sky Atlantic It's election night in America, and this live show will bring us all the results as they come in. Lasting from 10pm all the way through to the morning, when the 'Sunrise' show takes over, it will be presented from a specially created studio overlooking New York's Times Square. Veteran anchor Jeremy Thompson – notching up his sixth US presidential election – is our host, as we find out who will be the most powerful person in the world. Gripping stuff.

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