It's the final episode of Missing You on RTÉ One, while Andy Samberg leads a hugely impressive cast in a Tour de France spoof on Sky Atlantic

Pick of the day

Missing You, RTÉ One at 8.30pm

On the final episode of Missing You, Gemma Flood is back in Dublin's Pearse Street to spend time with her parents for a holiday, and naturally begins to remember what it's like being surrounded by those she loves most.

She feels the pull of home more strongly than ever, but can she convince partner Alé to start a new life in Ireland? When her father calls her with a worrying update on his health, Gemma finds herself making a life-changing decision.

Movie Choice of the day

The Martian, 8.00pm, Sky Cinema Hits

Yet another one of those largely solo run movies, this sci-fi drama is directed by Ridley Scott, and based on Andy Weir's 2011 novel of the same name. Matt Damon stars as an astronaut who is mistakenly presumed dead and left behind on Mars and the movie depicts his struggle to survive and the efforts to rescue him. The film's impressive cast also includes Jessica Chastain, Kristen Wiig, Jeff Daniels, Michael Peña, Kate Mara and Sean Bean.

Check out our review of The Martian here

Soap Choice of the day

Emmerdale, 7.00pm, TV3

Robert is devastated to learn that Aaron has been self-harming again. Can Robert get to the bottom of what's troubling Aaron?

Meanwhile, Harriet and Cain are almost caught in a compromising position by Bishop Barry. Realising that he has no way of escape, Cain decides to try a disguise but will the bishop believe his lies?

Elsewhere, the Barton brothers are on edge.

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Best On Demand/TV Catchup

The IT Crowd, All4

It never ceases to amaze me to discover that there are people who haven't seen this cracking sitcom with a terrific cast that includes Chris O'Dowd, Richard Ayoade, Katherine Parkinson and Matt Berry.

Written by Father Ted co-creator Graham Linehan, it's fun from the off when new recruit Jen (Parkinson) is appointed head of the IT department, but her staff Moss (Ayoade) and Roy (O'Dowd) soon discover that she knows nothing about computers.

The show lasted four seasons with six episodes each and ran from 2006 to 2010. While it never gained the huge success enjoyed by Father Ted, it's still a very funny piece of work.

Today's Guilty Pleasure

Pharmacy Road, 10.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Boasting a pretty awesome cast including Andy Samberg, John Cena, Kevin Bacon, Orlando Bloom, Jeff Goldblum and (judging by the stills) Freddie Highmore, this one-off HBO comedy should be fun.

Written by Murray Miller (Girls), its about the Tour de France during "a dark and fictitious time in cycling history", which is pretty vague when you think about it.

In 1982, the sport’s most venerable, time-honoured race was marred by the doping of virtually all of its competitors. Riddled with nefarious characters, that year’s competition was a hornet’s nest of moral depravity.

Through the perspective of five riders, Pharmacy Road offers a – presumably fictitious - inside look into the grim realities of the darkest event in a sport notoriously tainted by controversy.

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