The third programme in this new six-part series sees restarauteur guru Oliver Peyton putting three new hopefuls to the test as they vie for the big prize - to get their culinary ideas onto Supervalu's shelves *jazz hands*. Their dishes will be critically assessed by professional taste testers who analyse thousands of products a year. One product will be eliminated at this stage but the journey does not end there for the two remaining contenders. They will go on to get a rare glimpse at how meals are scaled up to feed the Irish public and will further refine their products with the help of Itsabagel restaurant owner Domini Kemp. Will Wicklow housewife Catherine Whitty's spelt bread make the cut? Or will Cork resident Christopher Brack's spicy apple chutney triumph over farmer Joe Condon's no fuss organic steak burgers? Keeping with the food theme; Keeping It in The Family can be seen at 9.00pm on BBC2. Will 28-year-old Sarah abandon her delicatessen to take on her family's 400-acre dairy farm? TV just doesn't get more exciting than this...