There’s a documentary about Irish couples who’ve been married for 50 years or more, US drama Blindspot is back, while Salon Confidential is just one of the shows bowing out tonight.
Pick of the day
Golden: Our 50 Years of Marriage, 9.35pm, RTÉ One
If you’re a big softie like me you’re going to love this heart-warming documentary about couples who have celebrated their golden wedding anniversary.
Golden explores each couple’s journey from courtship to the present day, reflecting on key events throughout their time together.
This trip down memory lane is filled with old photographs, faded letters, vintage clothes and dusty memorabilia. And enduring love!
New or Returning Shows
Blindspot, 10.00pm, Sky Living
Jane, Weller and the rest of the team are reunited as this frankly daft action-thriller starring Jaimie Alexander returns for a third season.
Following last season’s jarring flash-forward, we return 18 months after the team parted ways. With many unanswered questions still left on the table, the FBI reunites them as a new crisis dawns.
What mysteries await as the team faces its third set of cases?
Safe House, 10.00pm, TV3
Stephen Moyer (True Blood) leads a stellar cast of in the second run of the anthology series. He plays charismatic and impulsive ex-police officer Tom Brook who runs a police safe house, which stands on the wild and beautiful coastline of North Wales.
Moyer is joined this time by Zoë Tapper (Mr Selfridge, Liar) as his partner Sam. Their world is turned upside down when news of a shocking crime breaks, one that bears the hallmarks of a case Tom worked on previously, involving an assailant known as The Crow.
Fool Britannia, 8.00pm, 3e
Dom Joly’s back with another run of his hidden camera show. It’s a tried and tested formula that seems to attract an audience generation after generation.
Soccer Republic, 7.00pm, RTÉ2
In the last show of the season, Peter Collins plus guests Alan Cawley, Brian Kerr, Dan Murray, Dave Barry, Declan O’Brien, John McDonnell, Pat Morley, Richie Sadlier and Stuart Byrne take a look back at yesterday’s Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup Final and the 2017 SSE Airtricity League Premier Division campaign.
Great viewing if you're from Cork!
Salon Confidential, 10.00pm, RTÉ2
In the final episode, the stylists and their clients discuss whether or not it's acceptable to christen your child just to get them into a particular school, when should you stop breastfeeding your child and do we discriminate against people with tattoos?
Elizabeth I’s Secret Agents, 9.00pm, BBC Two
King James of Scotland travels south to take the throne at the invitation of Robert Cecil.
Meanwhile, John Gerard, a Catholic priest who has dedicated his life to the destruction of the Protestant state that developed in Elizabeth's England has escaped.
He makes contact with a splinter cell in the Catholic underground containing an extremist called Guy Fawkes who has a plan to blow up Parliament with the King inside.
Nigella: At My Table, 8.30pm, BBC Two
By all accounts, Nigella Lawson is back to her innuendo-laden best with this new show. This week, she serves up five irresistibly easy dishes, described as recipes which ‘combine the comfort of the familiar and the exuberance of the new’.
For starters she rustles up her favourite weekend breakfast special: waffles. She then shares her go-to recipes for laidback entertaining, including Beef and Aubergine Fatteh.
That's followed by her passion fruit ice-cream cake. And late night inspiration comes in the form of a toasted Brie, Parma ham and fig sandwich. Yum!