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Mary Berry's Quick Cooking BBC2, 8.30pm Around 80 million people pass through Heathrow Airport each year, so keeping its passengers fed and watered is a mammoth operation. In the last show of the series, the former Great British Bake Off judge heads behind the scenes to see how the terminals' restaurants and cafes feed the masses. Then, back in her kitchen, she whips up a quick feast inspired by her visit to the world's busiest international hub, with mouthwatering dishes including a rich chicken korma, an apple sandwich cake and roast scallops.

Garddio a Mwy S4C, 8.25pm Blodau, llysiau a phethau da bywyd, yng nghwmni Iwan Edwards, Sioned Edwards a Meinir Gwilym. Meinir sy'n dangos sut mae'r pwll newydd wedi sefydlu ei hun yn yr ardd dros fisoedd y gaeaf. A ddaeth yna fywyd gwyllt i ymgartrefu ynddo? A thra bod Iwan yn croesawu tyfwr llysiau o fri i'r ardd i geisio egluro wrtho pam fod ei gnwd panas mor amherffaith, Sioned sy'n rhannu syniad ar sut i droi storfa finiau yn wledd i'r llygaid.

Travel Man: 48 Hours In Athens C4, 8.30pm New series. Richard Ayoade returns with the offbeat tourism show and is joined in the first edition by comedy actress and writer Dawn French, with the pair spending two days in the Greek capital. Their mini-break features doughnuts, the Acropolis and the thermal waters of Lake Vouliagmeni, which is rumoured to be the goddess Athena's favourite bathing spot. Richard and Dawn sample a 14-course tasting menu at a temple to molecular gastronomy, before they go on an Olympic tour featuring discus and javelin training.

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Apr 13, 2019
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