The Late Late Toy Show Unwrapped returns, Death and Nightingales begins on BBC Two, while Vic & Bob's Big Night Out re-launches on BBC Four . . .

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The Late Late Toy Show Unwrapped, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

In the build-up to Ryan Tubridy's 10th Toy Show, here's a peek into the archives for some of Ryan’s standout moments, as well as catching up with some familiar faces on what it was like to be part of the biggest show on Irish television.

There's Aaron Ryan, who got the first ever standing ovation for his performance of And I am Telling You, and Saoirse Bates whose performance of The Cup Song went on to have 14 million YouTube hits, and Isobel Jennings, who was on Ryan’s very first show.

New or Returning Shows

Death and Nightingales, 9.00pm, BBC Two

If you missed this on Monday night on RTÉ One – here's a second chance to see Jamie Dornan, Matthew Rhys and Ann Skelly in this three-part story of love, betrayal, deception and revenge based on Eugene McCabe’s superb novel of the same name.

Set over a desperately tense 24-hour period, it’s Beth Winters’ (Skelly) 25th birthday, the day she has decided to join the charming Liam Ward (Dornan) and escape from her limited life and difficult and complex relationship with her Protestant landowner stepfather Billy (Rhys).

Vic & Bob's Big Night Out, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Legendary double-act Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer burst back on the box with a brand new run of their non-stop half-hour of mischief, fun and mayhem.

The four-part series also features some special guests, including George Ezra, who proves he is a dab hand with a hammer and nails in Novelty Island, before trying to perform his number one hit single Shotgun.

Here's a clip from the early days:

Ending Tonight

The Secret Life of the Zoo, 8.00pm, Channel 4

A power struggle unfolds on chimp island as young pretender Carlos challenges dominant male Dylan.

When Asian short-clawed otter Wallace is struck down by a mystery illness, the vets find a large pebble in his stomach. Has his stone-juggling habit got the better of him? Wilma the wattled crane gets a new partner, Ivan.

Grand Designs House of the Year, 9.00pm, Channel 4

In this final episode, Kevin McCloud exclusively reveals the winner of the most prestigious prize for residential architecture, the Riba House of the Year 2018.

But first, alongside architect Damion Burrows and design expert Michelle Ogundehin, he explores the last group of houses on the long list.

Superkids: Breaking Away from Care, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Writer and performer Lemn Sissay is a force of nature and spent his first 18 years bouncing between foster families, children's homes and assessment centres.

Since then he has come to terms with his trauma by telling his story around the world. Now he visits Coventry to meet seven young people who are currently in the care of the council, and who, between them, have had 40 different placements and 70 social workers.

New to Download

120 BPM, Sky Cinema

This is the award-winning story of Nathan, a young man who joins an AIDS activist group in 1990s Paris.

This electrifying French-language drama - a big winner both at Cannes and the César Awards – commemorates and celebrates the work of confrontational direct action group Act Up-Paris in the late 80s/early 90s.

Don't Miss

9-1-1, 10.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

When the emergency services race to the rescue of a crashed news copter, they unwittingly become the subject of an eager reporter’s first on-air assignment.

Bobby meanwhile tries to deal with his daughter’s death, as Athena prepares for May’s homecoming dance. And Maddie struggles to let go of the past, while the team responds to emergencies at an eating contest, a bodybuilding competition and a toddler pageant.

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