Claire Danes is back with Homeland, Married at First Sight does exactly as the title suggests, while School Life follows a year in the lives of two inspirational teachers.

Pick of the day

Homeland, 10.10pm, RTÉ 2

After a quite superb season six, Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin and co are back for more paranoiac fun and games.

At the end of last season, following an assassination attempt on her life, President Keane (Elizabeth Marvel) broke her promise to Carrie (Danes) by arresting 200 members of the intelligence community without bringing charges against them, including Saul Berenson (Patinkin).

As season seven begins, Carrie has left her job in the White House, moved back to DC. She and her son Franny are living with her sister Maggie (Amy Hargreaves) when she decides to take on the Keane administration and secure the release of the 200.

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New or Returning Shows

Married at First Sight, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Here's a new run of the show where couples get hitched when they meet up with each other for the first time.

Thousands applied for the chance to instantly change their relationship status. Putting their trust in science, the participants have signed up to allow a panel of experts to make them a match.

Nothing could go wrong, surely?

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The Job Interview, 10.00pm, Channel 4

How does it really feel to be within touching distance of your big career break, or to narrowly miss out on your dream?

The Job Interview returns promising to be bigger and bolder, going back inside the nerve-wracking interview room as an eclectic assortment of job-seekers from across Britain look for work.

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My Wonderful Life, 9.00pm, Sky One

Good grief! This is the first of four programmes in which a person with a life-limiting condition leaves personal messages, gifts and surprises for loved ones to be delivered after their death.

All in front of a TV camera, of course.

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Ending Tonight

Animals with Cameras, 8.00pm, BBC One

In the last of this captivating series, Gordon and the team of scientists continue to make extraordinary discoveries about the lives of some of the planet’s most fascinating species.

In the heart of the Atlantic Gordon joins a team of scientists who are keen to learn why a large number of devil rays gather near the Azores archipelago every summer.

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Generation Gifted, 9.00pm, BBC Two

In this second and concluding episode there are three bright 13-year-old boys on the cusp of adulthood and facing many uncertainties.

Kian is a bright mathematician, but worries about the future and feels pressure both at school and at home. His dad is determined for him to have a future beyond Hartlepool, but this just adds to the weight of expectation.

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Children Who Kill, 9.00pm, TV3

In what promises to be a pretty chilling documentary, Susanna Reid goes behind bars in America to meet convicts who killed when they were children - to investigate whether they should ever be freed.

The USA is unique in giving so-called 'death in prison' sentences to juvenile killers. But in 2016, the American Supreme Court ruled such sentences unconstitutional, allowing murderers to have their sentences re-examined with the potential of parole.

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Don't Miss

School Life, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

This observational documentary follows a year in the lives of two inspirational teachers in the only primary-age boarding school in Ireland.

Headfort - a school not unlike Hogwarts with its 18th century buildings, secret doors and magical woodlands -has been home to teachers John and Amanda Leyden for 46 years and a backdrop to their extraordinary careers.

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