There's a documentary about the proliferation of John Pauls in Ireland, Travel Man is back – and Celebrity Big Brother is coming to an end...
Pick of the day
The John Pauls, 9.35pm, RTÉ One
Here are some stories of the one in ten people that were named John Paul after the historical Papal visit of Pope John Paul II to Ireland in 1979.
Now aged 38 and 39, what has become of these John Pauls? This one-hour documentary will find out how their lives panned out over the last four decades during a period of unprecedented economic and social change in Ireland.
They are a diverse group of individuals from all walks of life united by one thing - their parents chose to name them after a Pope. Featuring twelve John Pauls from across Ireland, they talk about their personal experiences.
New or Returning Shows
Travel Man, 8.30pm, Channel 4
Richard Ayoade returns to his journeyman role as Travel Man, this time delivering his unique guide to a 48-hour mini-break in Zurich, a bit of an unlikely destination.
Joining him to get the lowdown on Switzerland's largest city is Frank Skinner. On their wish list is a trip to a football museum as well as the Cabaret Voltaire, birthplace of the Dada art movement.
There's also a ride on the steepest funicular railway in the world; a homage to the Swiss army knife; some hot chocolate, fondue and muesli; and a pedalo ride on Lake Zurich.
The Undateables, 9.00pm, Channel 4
Back for a ninth season, The Undateables returns with more extraordinary singletons looking for love.
For example, James has Down's syndrome. He lives independently in his bachelor pad as he's yet to meet the woman of his dreams. Film buff Charlotte has Asperger's. She's just moved back home after finishing her degree and plans to start dating in a bid to find her perfect match.
Strangers, 9.00pm UTV & ITV
This looks promising: an ambitious conspiracy thriller, written by screenwriting newcomers Mark Denton and Jonny Stockwood, and starring the always watchable John Simm.
He plays professor Jonah Mulray, whose life is turned upside-down when his wife, Megan, is killed in a car-crash in Hong Kong.
Not long after arriving in Hong Kong, Jonah makes a shocking discovery about his wife and gets drawn into a web of conspiracy.
Celebrity Big Brother: Live Final, 9.00pm, Virgin Media Two
Another CBB comes to a welcome climax as one of the remaining contestants is crowned during the live final.
Psychic Sally Morgan, Hollywood star Kirstie Alley, Love Island head Gabby Allen, soap star Ryan Thomas, former trader Nick Leeson and TV personality Dan Osborne are all battling it out to win the contest.
The bookmakers’ favourite is Thomas, who was at the centre of the Roxanne Pallett 'punch' scandal.
Nadiya's Family Favourites, 8.00pm, BBC Two
Today's dishes are for those treat days and include a ham and cheese crown, creamy spinach and paneer kati rolls, a fluffy chicken and rice bake, and sticky syrup sponge balls.
Here's her orange and coffee poke bake:
Killing Eve, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2
This has been great fun so far, with Doctor Foster star Jodie Comer in superb form as Villanelle, the psychopathic killer for hire.
Ex-Grey's Anatomy star Sandra Oh is the big name here, as the eponymous Eve, an MI5 security officer who fulfils her fantasies of being a 'proper' spy by attempting to hunt down Villanelle.
Of Irish interest, Galwegian Owen McDonnell features as Eve's husband Niko.
This week, intel from Berlin points to the existence of a mole, prompting Eve to undertake her first surveillance operation. Meanwhile, Villanelle is sent to England to eliminate a member of British Intelligence.