Quite a mixed bag as impressive dramas Mr Mercedes and The Deuce continue, while BBC's Our Girl is back, and there are documentaries on Concorde and the Russian Revolution

Pick of the day

Mr Mercedes, 10.40pm, RTÉ One

This has a been a real quirky delight so far with Brendan Gleeson on fire as Bill Hodges, the foul-mouthed retired cop on the hunt of a serial killer.

His is the best Dub in America turn since Gabriel Byrne in Miller's Crossing.

Tonight, Ida is hurt as Bill and Janey’s relationship intensifies. Lou is disturbed by an interaction with a customer. Deborah takes Brady to the cemetery and the two reflect on their difficult past.

New tonight

Celebrity Hunted, 9.15pm, Channel 4

Channel 4's hit real-life thriller returns with a celebrity special for Stand Up To Cancer. Attempting to survive 14 days on the run from an elite team of hunters, can seven famous faces disappear in one of the most watched, and fame-obsessed, countries in the world?

Broadcaster Anneka Rice, Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing and Spencer Matthews, former members of boy band The Wanted - Jay McGuiness and Siva Kaneswaran -  and former Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom Parker all find themselves in danger.

This is a good thing, right?

Our Girl, 9.00pm, BBC One

The flag-waving drama returns with experienced Army medic Lance Corporal Georgie Lane (Michelle Keegan) joining Captain James (Ben Aldridge) and the rest of 2-section on a humanitarian relief effort in Nepal.

In addition to her duties as a medic, Georgie is tasked with mentoring Maisie (Shalom Brune-Franklin), a young and reckless new recruit.

Georgie and Maisie have history after previously meeting in Syria on a covert operation led by Elvis (Luke Pasqualino), and Maisie’s reckless nature irritates Georgie.

Russia 1917: Countdown to Revolution, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The Russian Revolution of 1917 is one of the most controversial events of the 20th century. Three men - Lenin, Trotsky and Stalin - emerged from obscurity to forge an entirely new political system.

A hundred years later, the Revolution still sparks ferocious debate. This film dramatises the 245 days that brought these men to supreme power.

There are also contributions from the likes of Martin Amis and Helen Rappaport.

Concorde: a Supersonic History, 9.00pm, BBC Four

First flown in 1969, Concorde entered service in 1976 and continued flying for the next 27 years until a combination of economic factors and the aftermath the crash of Air France Flight 4590 put it out of commission.

The aircraft was used mainly by wealthy passengers who could afford to pay a high price in exchange for Concorde's speed and luxury service.

Ending tonight

Tony Visconti's Unsigned Heroes, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

It’s showtime for Tony Visconti’s band of newfound stars.

With the help of Stewart Copeland, Nitin Sawhney and Imelda May, Tony Visconti has put together a concert featuring unsigned artists who have been scouted from streets, bars and clubs across the UK.

The Insider: Reggie Yates, 11.40pm, BBC One

In this final episode, Reggie Yates takes his chances entering the confines of Guilford County Jail in North Carolina.

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The Deuce, 10.00pm, Sky Atlantic

It's episode three of David Simon's tremendous drama about the porn industry in 1970s' New York and Vincent (James Franco) is putting the finishing touches to his new bar, The Hi-Hat.

But just before the bar is set to open he is blindsided by the sudden appearance of an unexpected partner, causing his twin brother Frankie (also James Franco) to blow a fuse.

Meanwhile, Maggie Gyllenhall's prostitute Candy looks further into joining the porno film boom, and eyes up an entrée into the film-making business.