It's the final night of Love Island, there's a new documentary about hurling, and French spy comedy A Very Secret Service is back on Netflix . . .

Pick of the Day

The Game, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Here's a new three-parter charting the history of that most Irish of sports: hurling.

The opening episode naturally covers the birth of the game, and what hurling means to those who play, watch, live and breathe it.

Charting the beginnings of the GAA alongside the turbulent times of the Land War and mass emigration, this first episode lays the groundwork on which the national sport was founded.

Whether it's the ultimate dream of representing your county in Croke Park or the tribal pride of playing for club and parish, it's clear that picking up a sliotar and hurl carries a true sense of belonging to many.

Ending Tonight

Love Island, 9.00pm, 3e & ITV2

I blame the heat, but this reality show was a surprise hit with viewers this summer - despite the fact that it wasn't on a 'main' channel either here or in its native UK.

Caroline Flack hosts this live final as the door on the villa closes for the final time with the winners of this year's competition getting to choose between love and money.

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Appropriate Adult, 9.00pm, TV3

It's the final part of this riveting drama about serial killer Fred West, featuring a very scary Dominic West - who, it must be said, is no relation - as the infamous killer.

The 'appropriate adult' of the title, Emily Watson's Janet Leach, is no longer involved in the interviews, but finds herself being asked to be West's companion after he refuses to cooperate with the police.

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Our Guy in Russia, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Guy Martin leaves Russia and visits Chernobyl in Ukraine - the site of the biggest nuclear disaster in history - to explore the record-breaking engineering solutions designed to make the area safe, 32 years after the nuclear power station exploded.

After receiving specialist training about how to avoid contamination, he's allowed into the most radioactive place on Earth, a restricted exclusion zone of 1000 square miles, and heads for the breached reactor, which is now entombed within a massive shelter.

New to Download

A Very Secret Service: Season 2, Netflix

Amid rising Cold War tensions, the clueless agents trigger a series of international crises, and André goes rogue on a mission of his own.

Whether or not subtitles are still cool, this entertaining French spy/office comedy set in the 1960s is well worth a look.

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Don't Miss

FIFA Family: A Love Story, 10.40pm, RTÉ One

Mary Lynn Blanks witnessed the sports scandal of the decade - when FIFA awarded the 2022 World Cup to Qatar - from the front row, and she brought her camera along to document it.

The girlfriend of the (now deceased) corrupt FIFA official Chuck Blazer, she was there for meetings with those trying to win FIFA's approval.