Cillian Murphy's back for another run of Peaky Blinders, Norskov is a new Danish drama, and it's the season finale of Channel 4 comedy Back

Pick of the Day

Peaky Blinders, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

If you missed this when it was originally broadcast on BBC Two, here's season three of the impressive period crime drama starring Cillian Murphy as gang boss Tommy Shelby.

The double-header opens with Shelby’s wedding day, but while his guests enjoy the celebrations he has important business to conduct, as a mysterious stranger makes their presence known.

More determined than ever to go legitimate and keep his family safe as he starts married life, Tommy finds himself pulled into a web of intrigue more lethal than anything he has yet encountered.

In the second episode, Shelby goes to London to meet the wildly eccentric and volatile Duke Leon. He soon discovers the extreme lengths his new paymasters are willing to go to in their quest for power.

New or Returning Shows

Norskov, 10.35pm, Channel 4

In this Danish drama, Police detective Tom Noack returns home to Norskov, an industrial port in northern Denmark, to clean up the area's all-consuming drug problem.

Norskov is a place that's fighting for its future and its survival. The mayor is close to realising his dream of regenerating the town, but a major drug problem has spiralled out of control.

The mayor asks his old friend and brother-in-law, Superintendent Tom Noack, to clean up Norskov's drug culture once and for all.

Ending Today

Back, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This has been such fun and it's been great to see Robert Webb and David Mitchell back together again.

Andrew (Webb) has transformed the John Barleycorn into a huge success with a brilliant new look and a talented French chef.

Stephen (Mitchell), feeling depressed and defeated, is drinking even more heavily than usual.

But when other former foster children turn up, Andrew's back story looks questionable.

Buoyed up by this, Stephen throws every ounce of his manic energy into finding out the truth about Andrew's past.

It's a Park Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

The series finale focuses on Frank Greally, organiser of the Phoenix Park Remembrance Run. Meanwhile, gardeners Brian and Meeda prepare for autumn, and there's a final visit to head deer keeper Terry Moore.

Broken, 10.40pm, RTÉ One

This pretty grim but impressive drama written by Jimmy McGover and starring Sean Bean as a Roman Catholic priest comes to a conclusion as Father Michael makes a confession and Chloe wreaks a devastating revenge.

The Detectives: Murder on the Streets, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The documentary aeries about Manchester police concludes as detectives and family prepare for the trial in the murder of young homeless man Daniel Smith.

The team’s ongoing enquiries lead them to visit a homeless shelter.

New to Download

1993: Season 1

The Sky Italia original series follows six intertwining stories set in the politically charged landscape of 1990s Italy, during which the nation was gripped by the mani pulite investigation into political corruption.

Here's a trailer without subtitles, but you'll get the drift:

Don't Miss

Ray Donovan, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Following last week's 'Death of Abby' flashback episode, it's back to basics as the entire Donovan clan is spiralling out of control.

Ray's wife Abby was the rock of this group, and they are now set adrift without her, slipping into their worst habits and flirting with violence. Ray is in the worst position of all.

Abby is dead, daughter Bridget is in New York, son Connor is joining the Marines, and his partner-in-crime Avi is on another continent.