'The Great British Bake Off': The 5 best things to watch on TV on Tuesday, 28 September

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Ep2.  Noel, Prue and Paul.
Noel, Prue and Paul get ready to taste some biscuits. (Channel 4)

We're back in the Bake Off tent tonight for biscuit week at Channel 4, a series highlight as the contestants create amazing edible structures of childhood toys.

Back To Life draws to its series two conclusion tonight on BBC One, and there's also drama earlier in the evening as EastEnders villain Gray sets his sights on a new victim.

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Real-life peril features on BBC Two with the latest episode of Saving Lives At Sea, while you won't believe some of the shocking sights in ITV's Unbelievable Moments Caught On Camera.

The best things to watch on TV on Tuesday, 28 September, 2021

The Great British Bake Off - Channel 4 - 8pm

Ep2.  Giuseppe.
Giuseppe is one of the bakers taking on biscuit week. (Channel 4)

Gingerbread colosseum, anyone? That's right, biscuit week has arrived in the tent, which means last week's anti-gravity cakes are about to look easy in comparison to tonight's showstopper.

The task for this year's bakers is to recreate a favourite childhood toy out of biscuit, and with some of the most talented contestants we've ever seen, we can't wait to find out what they make.

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Sadly, someone else has to go home at the end of the episode - will your favourite make it to week three?

Back To Life - BBC One - 10.35pm

Programme Name: Back To Life Series 2 - TX: 31/08/2021 - Episode: n/a (No. n/a) - Picture Shows:  Miri Matteson (DAISY HAGGARD) - (C) Two Brothers Pictures - Photographer: Luke Varley
Daisy Haggard's 'Back To Life' series two concludes. (Two Brothers Pictures/Luke Varley)

Daisy Haggard's acclaimed second series of Back To Life airs its final two episodes tonight as her character Miri continues to struggle to carve out a life after prison.

In the series finale, Miri realises she must go to the police before they come and find her, but as she comes to terms with the idea of possibly going back to prison, she decides to spend her last hours of freedom with Billy.

EastEnders - BBC One - 7.30pm

WARNING: Embargoed for publication until 00:00:01 on 21/09/2021 - Programme Name: EastEnders - July-September 2021 - TX: 28/09/2021 - Episode: EastEnders - July-September 2021 - 6350 (No. 6350) - Picture Shows: ***EMBARGOED TILL TUESDAY 21ST SEPTEMBER 2021*** Gray Atkins (TOBY-ALEXANDER SMITH), Whitney Dean (SHONA MCGARTY) - (C) BBC - Photographer: Kieron McCarron/Jack Barnes
Whitney is about to see Gray's dangerous side. (BBC/Kieron McCarron/Jack Barnes)

Walford's resident serial killer Gray is ramping up for more evil shenanigans as he sets his sights on a new victim tonight.

Gray has been growing increasingly obsessed with Whitney, but when she's offered a new job as a cruise ship singer he begins to panic.

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Efforts to talk her out of going don't work, so Gray looks to be heading for his next option - watch out, Whitney...

Saving Lives At Sea - BBC Two - 8pm

Programme Name: Saving Lives at Sea S6 - TX: 28/09/2021 - Episode: Saving Lives at Sea S6 - ep 6 (No. 6) - Picture Shows: Leah Hunter, Whitby RBLI crew  - (C) RNLI/Ceri Oakes - Photographer: Ceri Oakes
The RNLI crew have a tough shift ahead of them. (RNLI/Ceri Oakes)

The documentary about RNLI volunteers continues tonight with a tense race to save two young men struggling in the water near St Agnes.

It's particularly poignant for the crew as they had a fatality in the same area of coast just the year before, so they pull together in determination not to see the same tragedy play out again.

Unbelievable Moments Caught On Camera - ITV - 9pm

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You won't believe what these people have filmed. (Multistory Media/ITV)

Alexander Armstrong narrates this home video clips series that presents some of the most incredible moments people have managed to film from around the globe.

Look out for a man being rescued from an almost certain plunge into a waterfall that will give you nightmares, and a Hitchcock-esque scene of a family's home being invaded by birds.

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