Today’s telly picks include The Golden Globes, Silent Witness, and a documentary about GAA legend Mick O’Dwyer.

Pick of the day

The 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2

Highlights of the 75th Golden Globes, hosted by US Comedian Seth Meyers from the Beverly Hilton Hotel.

Irish eyes will be focused on nominees Saoirse Ronan, Martin McDonagh and Caitriona Balfe, as well as other top stars  from the world of film and television vying to get 2018 off to a great start.

Before the awards, all the glitz and glamour from the red carpet can be seen in The 2018 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards - Red Carpet at 9.00pm, also on RTÉ 2.

Here's the trailer for Saoirse Ronan's Golden Globe-nominated Lady Bird:

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New or Returning Shows

Silent Witness, 9.00pm, BBC One

Haunted by her experiences in Mexico, Nikki Alexander (Emilia Fox) is struggling to come to terms with life back home and seeks out fellow pathologist Sally Vaughan (Emma Fielding) for support.

A few days later and troubled by the failure of Sally to return her calls, Nikki heads to her house only to find that it has become a crime scene and Sally is nowhere to be found.

As Jack, Clarissa and Thomas (Richard Lintern) share concerns about Nikki’s wellbeing, a body is found in a reservoir - uncovering the mystery of a 16 year-old murder case.

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First Dates Hotel, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Fred Sirieix and his team head to the ultimate love hotel in sun-soaked Italy, where they're joined by new Italian staff: assistant manager Francesca, receptionist Michela and handsome waiter Francesco.

An eclectic mix of singletons from across the UK check in to this new playground of passion, including single mother and nursery worker Kaylee, Essex bricklayer Keire, and tough-talking model Jada.

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Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares, 10.00pm, TV3

Gordon Ramsay is off to the Costa del Sol in Spain to do a bit of sorting out at a restaurant called Mayfair, which is struggling despite boasting  a prime location on the busy seafront.

How to Lose Weight Well, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Dr Xand van Tulleken and dietician Hala El-Shafie help members of the public tackle some of the most hyped weight-loss regimes on the scene.

In the first episode of the third season, Becky and Sheena from Devon have only two weeks to shape up. Sheena tries the Copenhagen diet, an ultra weight loss regime, while Becky tries the Special K challenge, mixing cereals and high fibre.

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The Undateables, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The award-winning show returns for an eighth run with more singletons looking for love.

Rugby player Luke (19) from Hull has Tourette's syndrome, bookseller Sam (25) from Cambridgeshire has Asperger's, while photography graduate Becky (23) from north London has scoliosis.

Don't Miss

Micko, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

For a small country, Ireland has been blessed with some of the world’s best sports people and some of the world’s best sports stories.

But there are few greater than Mick O’Dwyer - a national treasure and the most successful manager in the history of Gaelic Football.

Harvesting previously untold tales, this natural storyteller brings the viewer on a unique journey through Irish history, from the War of Independence to a modern area of commercialised sport.

Micko tells the story of the GAA’s most loved legend, through his eyes and with his voice.

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