The 5 best shows on TV tonight: Monday 5 July

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The top TV picks for Monday 5 July.
The top TV picks for Monday 5 July.

Kathy Burke is taking a look at what money means to us for a new two part Channel 4 documentary. 

She meets up with familiar comedy faces Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse as well as a millionaire businessman. 

Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell also return to help track down missing loved ones and solve family mysteries in Long Lost Family.

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Plus it could be earplugs at the ready as Celebrity Karaoke Club opens up again. 

Long Lost Family - 9pm - ITV

Long Lost Family: Lisa Phillips (right) and her found birth mother Sue (left) on their reunion day. (ITV)
Long Lost Family: Lisa Phillips (right) and her found birth mother Sue (left) on their reunion day. (ITV)

Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell are back to help more people find their missing families. 

This week there are two children searching for the birth mothers, including former Scotland footballer Dominic Matteo who began his search after suffering a life-threatening brain tumour. 

Gold Rush: Our Race to Olympic Glory - 9pm - BBC One

Gold Rush - Sir Chris Hoy. (BBC / Blast! Films Ltd)
Gold Rush - Sir Chris Hoy. (BBC / Blast! Films Ltd)

Ahead of Tokyo 2020, this documentary looks back at how Britain rebuilt its sporting reputation after placing 36th in the medal table at the Atlanta Olympics in 1996. 

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The programme tells of how lottery funding helped to pay athletes and afford the best coaches to boost their chances in going for gold. 

The story is told through the eyes of sporting heroes such as Dame Kelly Holmes, Linford Christie and Sir Chris Hoy.

Kathy Burke: Money Talks - 10pm - Channel 4

Kathy Burke with Megan Barton Hanson in Kathy Burke: Money Talks (Channel 4)
Kathy Burke with Megan Barton Hanson in Kathy Burke: Money Talks (Channel 4)

The actor and writer delves into our relationship with money for a new two-part documentary. 

She reunites with comedy friends Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse to discuss creating characters based on wealth and status. 

Plus she also meets wealthy businessman Alfie Best who grew up in poverty. 

Celebrity Karaoke Club - 10.05pm - ITV2

Celebrity Karaoke Club stars Amelia Lily, Max & Harvey, Jordan Davies, Suzi Ruffell, Darren Harriott, Olivia Attwood, AJ Odudu, Mark Francis Vandelli, Yasmin Evans, Sonny Jay, Marcel Sommerville, Brian Dowling and Tanya Bardsley. (ITV)
Celebrity Karaoke Club stars Amelia Lily, Max & Harvey, Jordan Davies, Suzi Ruffell, Darren Harriott, Olivia Attwood, AJ Odudu, Mark Francis Vandelli, Yasmin Evans, Sonny Jay, Marcel Sommerville, Brian Dowling and Tanya Bardsley. (ITV)

More celebrities are singing their hearts out as the Celebrity Karaoke Club opens up once more. 

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This time it's Olivia Attwood, Brian Dowling, AJ Odudu, Sonny Jay, Tanya Bardsley, Max and Harvey and Amelia Lily stepping up to the mic and indulging in the free bar. 

High: Confessions of an Ibiza Drug Mule - 10.35pm - BBC One

High: Confessions of an Ibiza Drug Mule. (Michaella McCollum)
High: Confessions of an Ibiza Drug Mule. (Michaella McCollum)

This BBC Three documentary tells the story of Michaella McCollum, the teenager from Northern Ireland who tried to smuggle £1.5m of cocaine through Lima airport with friend Melissa Reid. 

In her own words Michaella explains how she got herself involved in the drug scandal to become one half of the Peru Two. 

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