There's a documentary about women in horse racing, another about an extreme UK nationalist, Other Voices is back, and Mark Kermode looks at what makes an Oscar winner . . .

Pick of the Day

Jump Girls, 9.30pm, TG4

Horse racing is the only major professional sport where women and men go head-to-head for the same prizes.

Seen through the eyes of the women who are challenging the status quo of this male-dominated world, this observational, bilingual two-part documentary provides unique access to the key women making their living at the top of National Hunt racing.

Those included are trainer Jessica Harrington and her daughters Kate and Emma, as well as jockeys Rachael Blackmore, Katie Walsh, Lisa O’Neill, and Katie O’Farrell.

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New or Returning Shows

Sleeping with the Far Right, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Broadcaster Alice Levine is spending a week living with British nationalist Jack Sen, his wife of Ukrainian heritage, their young daughter, and Jack's mother - whose hero is Donald Trump.

As a liberal who embraces diversity and tolerance, Levine aims to understand why Jack holds the views he does and attempts to dig deeper into what leads people to fanaticism.

Jack, a nationalist activist who uses the internet to spread his message, works from home promoting his right wing causes through his online radio show, and was involved in both UKIP and the BNP.

Other Voices, 11.30pm, RTÉ 2

It's back to the Church of St James in Dingle, County Kerry for more music. The opening show features Mahalia, David Keenan, Nahkane and Mango x Mathman.

David Keenan

Mark Kermode's Oscar Winners: A Secrets of Cinema Special, 9.00pm, BBC Four

With the Oscars on this weekend, here's film critic Mark Kermode exploring the art of the filmmaker, looking specifically at award winners.

In this programme he argues that, for all their apparent differences, the winners of prestigious film awards have more in common than people might think - there are perennial themes, such as war, disability and historical biography.

But as Kermode demonstrates, it's the particular treatment of those themes that can make the difference between a film that’s showered with awards, and one that swiftly disappears from view.

Ending Tonight

Camping, 10.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

This US adaptation of Julia Davis' corrosive comedy may be a lot more sympathetic to its characters, but it's still been a lot of sociopathic fun, contrary to the many negative reviews it's received.

This week's concluding double episode details the end of the trip, and there’s going to be a party no one is likely to forget.

Walt’s birthday is on the verge of collapse, so in order to salvage the situation, Kathryn takes Jandice up on her wild suggestion and loosens up a little. Cue mayhem.

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

When young Asian elephants Aayu and Nandita fall seriously ill, the keepers at Chester Zoo are desperately worried.

Blood tests confirm that they have contracted the elephant herpes virus, and the keepers do everything they can to save the young elephants' lives.

Don't Look Back in Anger, 7.30pm, Virgin Media One

The music and headlines get ever closer to the current day, as this series concludes with a look at what happened in the world during 2017.

Don't Miss

This is Us, 11.10pm, RTÉ One

This is one of the most highly-regarded episodes of the US drama about various members and generations of the Pearson family. SPOILER ALERT: tissues are essential from the start.

It's a three-pronged storyline that includes a glimpse into Jack (Milo Ventimiglia) and Rebecca's (Mandy Moore) early relationship as they undertake a road trip to Los Angeles.

Meanwhile Kevin (Justin Hartley) and Zoe (Melanie Liburd) take a trip overseas to Vietnam as Kevin seeks to learn more about his dad's past.

There's also another look at Jack's younger brother Nicky (Michael Angarano).

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