Former Goggle box stars Steph and Don try to save their son, there are the best bits from the SAG Awards, a new series on EU turmoil, and an Imagine special about Jo Brand . . .

Pick of the Day

Steph and Dom: Can Cannabis Save Our Son? 9.00pm, Channel 4

Famous for their appearances on Gogglebox, Steph and Dom Parker are now fighting a life or death battle, trying to help their 18-year-old son Max - who suffers from severe epilepsy - through the most dangerous period of his life.

Currently Max has over 100 epileptic seizures a day and any one of them could be fatal. Recently Steph and Dom have been given new hope with medical marijuana, but are currently being refused this treatment.

This is their story . . .

New or Returning Shows

The 25th Screen Actors Guild Awards, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2

The awards season is well under way now, and here's the best way to watch them: edited highlights at a reasonable time of the day.

You've probably read about the winners and losers at this year's SAG Awards, but here are the best bits from last night's bash at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, where Marvel's Black Panther proved to be a big winner.

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Shipwrecked, 9.00pm, E4

Back after a decade-long hiatus, the E4 popularity contest in paradise kicks off as eight strangers wash up on the tropical shores of Tiger Island, deep in the heart of the South Pacific.

The newly assembled group are soon joined by a ninth islander, who swaggers into camp with a crate of booze just in time for the first island party. But he's also on a secret mission to divide the camp.

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Imagine . . . Jo Brand: No Holds Barred, 11.10pm, BBC One

Alan Yentob's focus this time around is on the often outspoken, fearlessly funny Jo Brand, who has become one of Britain’s best-loved comedians since her arrival in the 1980s.

From her working-class roots in South London, through her teenage-tearaway years in Hasting to the decade that she spent as a psychiatric nurse, Jo’s journey into comedy has not been easy.

Contributors include Peter Capaldi, Alan Davies, Victoria Coren Mitchell, Mark Thomas, Mary Beard, Morwenna Banks and Ian Hislop.

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Coach Trip: Road to Barcelona, 7.30pm, E4

Back for one more run, this year sees a motley crew Barcelona-bound on the long-running reality road trip series.

Guide Brendan Sheerin welcomes 14 sun-seeking, fun-loving Brits on-board and sets the wheels in motion for another classic tour, kicking off on the Croatian coast.

The Sex Clinic, 10.00pm, E4

The Sex Clinic is back for another run, coinciding with the news that sexually transmitted infections are on the rise in the UK. It's probably the EU's fault!

Ending Tonight

How to Lose Weight Well, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Season four comes to an end as Jonno and Alfie have two weeks to slim down for a family barbecue, Sonal and Surekha go on six-week dieting plans to lose weight for an engagement party, and twins Michelle and Mandi want to slim down for a black tie event in four months' time.

Don't Miss

Inside Europe: Ten Years of Turmoil, 9.00pm, BBC Two

More Brexit back-peddling from the Beeb as this new series promises to lift the lid on the fierce arguments and clashes of personalities between Europe’s leaders, as they struggled with crises which could have torn the union apart.

Look back and laugh at how then UK PM David 'It's not my fault' Cameron promised a referendum on leaving the EU, and his attempts to get a new deal on immigration from Europe in order to win it.

Then there was the Greek financial crisis that threatened to spread and destroy not just the Euro, but the world economy. The less well-off Greeks got a right hammering here.

And then there's a Brexiteer favourite: how the sudden arrival of hundreds of thousands of migrants in the summer of 2015 put the European project in peril.

David Cameron

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