The 5 best shows on TV tonight: Monday 14 June

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The top TV for Monday 14 June.
The top TV for Monday 14 June.

Peter Taylor looks back on 50 years of reporting on Northern Ireland and how his own understanding of the controversial issue of a united Ireland has evolved. 

The first of a three part documentary series on whether things have really changed for Black people in the wake of George Floyd's murder also airs.

Grime artist Saskilla examines brand responses to the Black Lives Matter protests and whether anything has actually changed.

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Plus, a patriotic Proms party is the focus of the final Inside No 9 episode of the series. 

Cook Clever, Waste Less with Prue & Rupy - 8.30pm - Channel 4

Cook Clever, Waste Less with Prue Leith and Rupy Aujla (Channel 4 Television)
Cook Clever, Waste Less with Prue Leith and Rupy Aujla (Channel 4 Television)

Hosts Prue Leith and Dr Rupy Aujla are helping to come up with a food plan for NHS doctors Preeti and Sanjeev. 

They've got three children but are struggling with their multiple meal requirements.

Peter Taylor: Ireland After Partition - 9pm - BBC Two

Peter Taylor at his home. (BBC / Ronachan Films / George Nicholls)
Peter Taylor at his home. (BBC / Ronachan Films / George Nicholls)

Reporter Peter Taylor reflects on the films he's made after 50 years of reporting on Northern Ireland.

He looks back at his experiences including interviews with MI6 officers and others involved in the secret talks between the British government and the IRA that eventually led to peace.

It comes as 2021 marks 100 years since the partition of Ireland in 1921. 

Great British Photography Challenge - 9pm - BBC Four

The Ninth Wave reflected in a cracked mirror for a music assignment. (BBC / Storyboard Studios / Jackson Moyles)
The Ninth Wave reflected in a cracked mirror for a music assignment. (BBC / Storyboard Studios / Jackson Moyles)

It's the final of the competition as the six contestants take on three last assignments. 

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They are tasked with snapping a captivating group shot for two Scottish bands as well as a landscape challenge in Glencoe.

Rankin and his judging panel ultimately decide who is the worthy winner.

Inside No 9 - 10pm - BBC Two

Inside No 9, Last Night of the Proms. (BBC/Sophie Mutevelian)
Inside No 9, Last Night of the Proms. (BBC/Sophie Mutevelian)

The final episode of the sixth series sees the esteemed Sarah Parish guest star.

She plays Dawn, who along with Steve Pemberton's Mick is hosting a patriotic Last Night of the Proms party. 

However, as usual, things aren't quite what they seem.  

Do Black Lives Still Matter - 10.55pm - BBC One

Do Black Lives Still Matter? -  Saskilla and Karina Marriott. (BBC/Century Films/Jose Caldeira)
Do Black Lives Still Matter? - Saskilla and Karina Marriott. (BBC/Century Films/Jose Caldeira)

Grime artist Saskilla looks into the pledges and promises brands made in the wake of the increased visibility of the Black Lives Matter movement last year following George Floyd's murder in the US. 

He speaks to black influencers about their experiences, insiders from multiple companies and examines social media accounts before and after the BLM protests. 

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