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Strictly kosher, UTV, 9pm

In the concluding episode of this fascinating insight into Jewish culture, Bernette Clarke talks about the Jewish mourning period following the death of her mother-in-law, explaining why her husband Michael will not be able to take part in any festivals or enjoy himself for a year. Meanwhile, Joel Lever takes a trip to Paris to stock up on the latest fashions for his boutique, Rabbi Zevi Saunders visits a wedding fair and Jack Aizenberg explores the site of the concentration camp where he was held.

Emily's first date


RTE2, 9pm Emily (Emily Vancamp, left) sets her sights on her next target, Bill Harmon, a wealthy hedge funds manager who testified in the trial that wrongfully convicted her father. She uses her connection with Nolan and also manages to go on her very first date with Daniel.

Never mind the rain

Live wimbledon 2012

BBC2, 5.50pm Sue Barker presents further live coverage of the men's and women's first-round singles matches, held on the grass courts of the All England Club, with Jamie Baker v Andy Roddick and Laura Robson v Francesca Schiavone among those taking place. The roof on Centre Court guarantees action irrespective of the weather, as the players look to book their places in round two of the third Grand Slam event of the year.


Gordon Behind Bars

Channel 4, 9pm Is there anywhere the intrepid chef won't go? In this new series Gordon Ramsay tries to set up a bakery in Brixton Prison, hoping to teach inmates professional catering.