There's a documentary about Bobby Sands, Crufts is back, as is Celebrity Apprentice – while Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me comes to a conclusion . . .

Pick of the Day

Bobby Sands: 66 Days, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

At the age of 17, Bobby Sands was interested in girls, football and music. But growing up during the Troubles was going to change all that.

Ten years later, he was leading a hunger strike against conditions inside Northern Ireland’s infamous H Blocks that grabbed the world’s attention and made him a martyr for the Republican cause.

Sands became an icon for a world that, to this day, knows quite little about him, outside of politics. Featuring fresh insight and remarkable archive, this documentary brings the story of this enigmatic prisoner and the events that turned him into a 20th Century icon.

Read Paddy Kehoe's interview with director Brendan J Byrne here 

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New or Returning Shows

Crufts, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Clare Balding presents live coverage of the world's largest dog show, which is held at the NEC in Birmingham. (Coverage actually starts as early as 3pm and migrates across Channel 4 and More4.)

There's action from the Main Arena, featuring the best bits from events including Flyball, Agility and Heelwork to Music, before joining the Gundog Group judging on Channel 4.

To discuss the day's theme, Dogs and Mental Health, Clare Balding is joined by legendary Crufts broadcaster (and former Blue Peter presenter) Peter Purves, roving reporter Radzi Chinyanganya and others. It's dog-tastic!

Travelling Blind, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Amar Latif sets off to explore Turkey with Comedian Sara Pascoe acting as his sighted guide.

They start off in Istanbul, before heading east to the mountains by the Black Sea and ending up in Cappadocia.

Celebrity Apprentice for Comic Relief, 9.00pm, BBC One

Find out what happened when Alan Sugar tasked ten celebrity candidates with organising and hosting a cabaret event to raise money for Red Nose Day.

Golden State Killer: Unmasked, 10.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

This is returning and ending tonight, as the original five episodes were broadcast last year. These final two tie up the case.

As police finally make an arrest in the Golden State Killer cold case, discover why the hunt for one of America's most prolific serial killers was reopened after 40 years.

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New to Download

The Order, Netflix

Out to avenge his mother's death, a college student pledges himself to a secret order and lands in a war between werewolves and practitioners of dark magic.

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Ending Tonight

The Parkinson's Drug Trial: a Miracle Cure? 9.00pm, BBC Two

So far the volunteers have been split into two groups, with half receiving GDNF (glial-cell derived neurotrophic factor - a naturally occurring protein found in our brains) and half a placebo.

Delivered through a revolutionary port in the side of their heads, no one knows who is receiving the active drug in their monthly infusions.

Episode two reveals some remarkable improvements, and in the summer of 2016, the trial’s principal investigator neurologist Doctor Alan Whone reveals the much-anticipated results.

Don't Miss

Leaving Neverland: Michael Jackson and Me, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Here's the concluding segment of HBO's two-part documentary about the experiences of two young boys, James Safechuck and Wade Robson when they befriended Michael Jackson, when they were aged ten and seven respectively.

Now, after years of therapy, both men - who are approaching middle age at this stage - have decided to speak out and tell their stories.

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