There's a new drama anthology on Channel 4, a documentary on RTÉ One about the Civil Rights struggle in the North – and horror is the focus in the final episode of Mark Kermode's Secrets of the Cinema . . .

Pick of the day

On the Edge, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Kick-starting a new three-part, half-hour drama anthology from young filmmakers with a double bill, On the Edge takes a look at three key perspectives of criminal justice; a young offender, a witness and a victim.

First up, in Through the Gates, Aimee has spent most of her young, chaotic life in and out of prison. Tess is the disillusioned parole officer in charge of her welfare after her release, living her own life of organised chaos, under the watchful eye of boss Mark.

Later, in A Mother's Love, the lives of single mother Josephine and her 11-year-old son Ishmael are shattered when he witnesses a gangland crime on their estate and is asked to testify against the killer.

The third and final part follows tomorrow, Wednesday at 10.30pm.

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New or Returning Shows

The Wedding Guru, 11.15pm, BBC Two

Here's a three-part documentary following Onkar Singh Purewal, the self-styled 'greatest weddings planner the world has ever seen', as he battles to create the perfect big day for his brides.

Suave, cocky, hapless yet lovable, he runs his family business with his father Sukhdev from a hotel in the Rhondda, providing catering and wedding planning services for happy couples the length and breadth of Britain.

This comedic, observational documentary series follows his haphazard attempts to create show-stopping weddings in his own inimitable style.

A Passage to Britain, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Dr Yasmin Khan explores an extraordinary collection of ships' passenger lists to trace the changing story of migration from the Indian subcontinent to Britain over three key decades.

In this first episode, she tracks down passengers who travelled from Mumbai, known previously as Bombay, to Britain in the 1930s as they tried to build new lives in a strange land.

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Ending Tonight

Mark Kermode's Secrets of the Cinema, 9.00pm, BBC Four

In this fifth and final episode Mark Kermode examines the much-loved (and maligned) horror flick.

He has a particular passion for this genre and here he travels to some of the darkest, but most creative corners of cinema and shine a light on the techniques and conventions that give horror movies their unique power.

And he won't just offer his take on the classics such as Psycho and The Exorcist but marvel at how films such as the recent smash Get Out and a new generation of female directors continue to push the possibilities of the genre.

This is followed at 10.00pm by Night of the Living Dead, George A Romero's cheap-as-chips cult horror movie from all of 50 years ago. Zombies!

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The Split, 10.35pm, RTÉ One

In the concluding episode of this legal drama D-Day arrives for the McKenzies as their bitter divorce finally comes to a head, but Hannah is left torn between her head and her heart after learning that losing the case could potentially spark the end of Defoe's.

Meanwhile, James and Rose's wedding day goes off without a hitch - but after learning that Christie is to take up a new job in Chicago, the celebrations force Hannah to finally make a decision about her marriage.

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Don't Miss

1968: The Long March, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This is a special one-off documentary presented by Miriam O'Callaghan to mark the 50th anniversary of Civil Rights protests in Northern Ireland, examining the realities of life in the Six Counties half-a-century ago.

Covering a period from the spring of 1968 to the summer of 1969, it revolves around three crucial Civil Rights marches: in August from Coalisland to Dungannon, in October in Derry, and January of 1969 – the Martin Luther King- inspired Long March that ended in serious violence in Burntollet.

Miriam O'Callaghan with Eamonn McCann

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