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Annie Roberts

What's on TV tonight? Gordon Ramsay's Future Food Stars, Extraordinary Escapes with Sandi Toksvig and Dragons' Den

If you're already missing your weekly fix of The Apprentice on BBC One, then fear not. Tonight Michelin starred chef Gordon Ramsay replaces Alan Sugar in a brand new series where twelve food and drink entrepreneurs compete to win an investment from the restaurateur.

There will also be an hour-long trip to the Yorkshire Dales on ITV as Emmerdale continues from 7.30pm meanwhile one character makes a surprise return in EastEnders over on BBC One. Over on Channel 5, Kate Humble' new series 'A Country Life for Half the Price' continues from 7pm, where she'll be meeting a family making the move from Ipswich to Northern Ireland.

We've searched the TV guide for the best programmes to watch. Take a look at our top five TV highlights for Thursday, March 31:

Dragons' Den - BBC One - 8pm

Peter Jones, Sara Davies, Steven Bartlett, Touker Suleyman and Deborah Meaden are back on our screens once again this week and looking for more businesses to invest in. In this thirteenth instalment, they will listen to a pitch from two sisters from the North East, who are hoping to get an investment for their maternity wear business and an idea which could be of benefit to the building trade is pitched to them but will they strike a deal? Including much more.

Perfect House, Secret Location - Channel 4 - 8pm

Steve Jones is helping a young family from Essex find their dream home. He'll take them to four properties but will not reveal their locations until the very end of the show, when they'll then decide which two properties they'd like to visit for a second viewing.

Gordon Ramsay's Future Food Stars - BBC One - 9pm

Gordon Ramsay invites 12 food-and-drink entrepreneurs to take part in a series of challenges competing against each other to impress Gordon and showcase both their personalities and business skills. The competition will take place across eight weeks with the Future Food Star gaining a £150,000 investment from the world-renowned chef. The first episode starts in the Cornish town of Newquay.

Joanna Lumley's Great Cities of the World - ITV - 9pm
Joanna Lumley with The Curves, Berlin's all-female motorcycle club (ITV/Burning Bright Productions)

In this final instalment of Joanna's travel mini-series, the Dame will be heading to Berlin visiting the Festival of Lights before meeting members of an all-female motorcycle club and also visiting a replica of a Western town. She'll also meet Frau Friedlander a Holocaust survivor.

Extraordinary Escapes with Sandi Toksvig - Channel 4 - 9pm

In this final instalment of the series, Sandi is joined by comedian Jenny Eclair as they travel to Wales and the Wye Valley to discover more fabulous destinations to stay. They try out canoeing, visit an orchard to pick apples and even discover a 'hovering' home in the Brecon Beacons.

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