What to watch tonight: TV choices - 22 October

There's plenty for people who don't enjoy the Bake Off, too

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Fox Wars

10.35pm, BBC1

There are, we are told (who counted them?), 33,000 foxes roaming Britain's suburbia – their human neighbours categorised here as "huggers", "haters" or "shooters". Vixen-feeding Londoner Nobby is of the hugging persuasion, while the only thing that Janet from Newport wants to hug a fox with is "20,000 volts of electricity".

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Live Uefa Champions League 

7.30pm, ITV

Arsenal host Borussia Dortmund – last year’s runners-up – at the Emirates, the toughest test of the Gunners' European mettle so far this season. The German outfit have been in fine form domestically

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The Great British  Bake Off – The Final  

8pm, BBC2

An all-female climax to the contest sees Ruby, the youngest finalist, take on "consistent and steady" Kimberley and "quirky, creative" Frances in rounds that involve a savoury picnic pie, pretzels and a wedding cake. Not that Ruby thinks much of weddings: "an exercise in narcissism... I can't be bothered."

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The Art Of Australia 

9pm and 3am, BBC4

Edmund Capon ends his series with the emergence and supremacy of Aboriginal art – "an artistic tradition that, while incredibly ancient, to Western eyes looked utterly abstract and therefore stunningly modern".

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Later – With Jools Holland 

10pm, BBC2

Paul McCartney won't, thankfully, be giving us "Lady Madonna" or "Let It Be", as he showcases his first new material in six years.

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