The 5 best shows on TV tonight: Monday 24 May

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The top TV picks for Monday 24 May.
The top TV picks for Monday 24 May.

Long Lost Family returns again tonight, so fans of the emotional series may want to get the tissues ready as the stories of two women abandoned as babies is investigated.

Your Home Made Perfect also comes back for another series this evening. 

New programmes kicking off include food waste-tackling project Cook Clever Waste Less With Prue And Rupy and Great British Photography Challenge

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Plus, Inside No 9's got a new story to tell. 

Your Home Made Perfect - 8pm - BBC Two

Your Home Made Perfect returns. (BBC / Remarkable TV)
Your Home Made Perfect returns. (BBC / Remarkable TV)

Angela Scanlon is back to present a new series of the home makeover series. 

Shelley and Steven and their two sons have outgrown the semi-detached Bromley home from when they originally bought it and are looking to improve the three-bed. 

Laura Jane Clark and Julian McIntosh hope to come up with designs the family will loe.

Cook Clever Waste Less With Prue And Rupy - 8.30pm - Channel 4

Cook Clever, Waste Less with Prue Leith and Rupy Aujla (Channel 4 Television)
Cook Clever, Waste Less with Prue Leith and Rupy Aujla (Channel 4 Television)

Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith and food expert Dr Rupy team up to help families tackle food waste. 

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They aim to transform the shopping habits of four families as well as the food they eat.

Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace - 9pm - ITV

Long Lost Family: Born Without a Trace airs tonight. (ITV)
Long Lost Family: Born Without a Trace airs tonight. (ITV)

The emotional series fronted by Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell returns for a third series as they help to find answers for 'foundlings', people who were abandoned as babies. 

The first episode features two women abandoned in Chesterfield over 18 months apart in the 1980s. 

Due to the proximity of the places they were left and the small gap between their births, a team investigate if there could be a connection.

Great British Photography Challenge - 9pm - BBC Four

Great British Photography Challenge contestants Ali Lewis, Jackson Moyles, Paul Williams, Georgie Peel, Tyrone Williams and Chelsea Nawanga. (BBC/Storyboard Studios Ltd)
Great British Photography Challenge contestants Ali Lewis, Jackson Moyles, Paul Williams, Georgie Peel, Tyrone Williams and Chelsea Nawanga. (BBC/Storyboard Studios Ltd)

This new competition searching for Britain's best amateur photographer kicks off tonight. 

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Six competitors have renowned photographer Rankin as their guide and mentor for the 12 challenges they'll tackle over the course of the series. 

The first episode takes them to Brighton seafront where they show their smartphone skills and the New Forest for a nature assignment. Plus, Anna Friel poses for a portrait. 

Inside No 9 - 9.30pm - BBC Two

Sian Clifford and Steve Pemberton star in Inside No 9. (BBC/Sophie Mutevelian)
Sian Clifford and Steve Pemberton star in Inside No 9. (BBC/Sophie Mutevelian)

Fleabag's Sian Clifford steps in as a guest star for the third episode of the sixth series. 

Steve Pemberton's Felix reckons his wife is playing away with her boss so hires professional lip-reader Iris, played by Clifford, to spy on them from a hotel bedroom to gather evidence. 

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