A countdown of Eurovision's Greatest Hits on RTÉ2 and BBC One, 9.00pm, The Late Late Show on RTÉ One, and Joan as Policewoman is interviewed on The Works on RTÉ One - here's out top telly for tonight 

Eurovision's Greatest Hits, RTÉ2/BBC One, 9.00pm

The Eurovision Song Contest turns 60 this year so time to revisit some of the best and some of the greatest crimes against music in this countdown presented by Graham Norton and 2013 host Petra Mede of Sweden. In that lovely and not so lovely lot are two-time Euro victor Johnny Logan singing a medley of What’s Another Year and Hold Me Now and reigning Eurovision Song Contest winner Conchita Wurst will sing Rise like a Phoenix.

The Late Late Show, RTÉ One, 9.35pm

Shameless and Brookside actress Tina Malone joins Ryan Tubridy to discuss being a new mum to daughter Flame at the age of 52. Singer song writer Paul Brady talks about his successful career performs some of his best know hits (please be Crazy Dreams), and I’m A Celebrity contestant, singer and model Nadia Forde will discuss her singing career and those rumours about Rory McIlroy. 

Paul Brady

The Works, RTÉ One, 8.30pm 

Joan Wasser, aka Joan As Policewoman, is interviewed and Noah Baumbach's new movie While We're Young is reviewed on this week's edition of the arts show. Baumbach's film stars Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts and while it may begin as a pointed satire on two forty-somethings as they hit middle age, it veers into something altogether more dark and complex.

Ben Stiller and Naomi Watts in a scene from While We're Young

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