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PITCH BATTLE Tonight, BBC1, 7.25pm THE grand final of the singing contest arrives, as Mel Giedroyc assembles the six most successful entrants for their final performances. Gareth Malone and Kelis assess each group's skills, and for this last round, they are joined on the panel by US singer Deke Sharon.

The final begins with a musical mash-up, followed by a Showstopper round in which the ensembles collaborate with stars including Will Young, Chaka Khan, Bebe Rexha and Seal, among others. Three groups will be eliminated, leaving the other three to face off in an a capella contest, which will decide the two finalists. The winner will be named via public vote.

WILD ALASKA LIVE Tomorrow, BBC1, 7pm ONE of the biggest animal migrations on the planet is taking place right now, as some 300 million salmon are drawn into Alaskan waters to spawn.

This phenomenon has a huge impact on the fauna of Alaska, as hundreds of brown bears prepare to feast on the bounty as the salmon make their way upstream.

Liz Bonnin is live in remote Katmai National Park, Matt Baker trails a black bear family in Tongrass National Forest, and Steve Backshall dives with the salmon at their destination.

DIANA, OUR MOTHER: HER LIFE AND LEGACY Monday, ITV, 9pm ON AUGUST 31, it will be 20 years since the tragic death of Diana, Princess of Wales.

Ahead of the anniversary, the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry talk about their mother and pay tribute to the ways her influence has shaped their lives.

The brothers share some of their earliest memories of her, recall the final contact they had with her before her death and discuss their feelings in the aftermath of that event.

Featuring contributions from Elton John, Rihanna and Diana's brother, Earl Spencer.

CRAFT IT YOURSELF Tuesday, Channel 4, 8pm CAKE-MAKER Clemency Green, bespoke furniture-maker Robin Johnson and luxury car-maker and enthusiastic all-rounder Ant Anstead host this new series, which offers a guide to giving your home a makeover using handcrafted items. …

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