Katherine Kelly stars in a new drama called The Cheat, there's a rare screening of A Jar with Brendan Behan, and it's a season-ending night for Criminal Minds...

Pick of the Day

The Cheat, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One

This new, four-part psychological drama is being broadcast on consecutive nights between tonight and Thursday and looks very promising, with a strong cast.

University lecturer Dr Leah Dale (Katherine Kelly) has always prided herself on her academic integrity, so when final year student Rose Vaughan (Molly Windsor) submits a suspiciously top-grade essay, Dale is quick to call her out.

But there's a lot more going on than meets the eye as Rose takes the challenge as a personal affront, and what begins as a seemingly open-and-shut case of academic deception soon spirals out of control.

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New or Returning Shows

St Patrick's Festival Highlights, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

Sinéad Kennedy and Keith Walsh will present this programme giving a snapshot of the five-day festival, which this year celebrated Ireland’s rich heritage of storytelling.

Food Unwrapped, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Food Unwrapped reveals more surprising facts about your food. In Sri Lanka, Jimmy Doherty finds out how they're coping with a looming coconut shortage. Kate Quilton discovers whether compostables could be the answer to our worldwide plastics problem. And Matt Tebbutt hits the cafés and kitchens of Paris to find out why the deliciously delicate macaron has such a hefty price tag.

Me, My Selfie and I, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Celebrated conceptual artist Ryan Gander reckons that nothing symbolises the times we live in better than the selfie: the icon of a new kind of self-regard that hardly existed just ten years ago.

But, as he discovers, its roots go back hundreds of years before smart phones, and is just the visible tip of a much much bigger iceberg - a radical reinvention of who we are powered by the very latest digital technology.

It has not just changed how much we look at ourselves, but also transformed what we see in the screen when we do.

Ending Tonight

Criminal Minds, 9.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

Season 14 of this hugely popular procedural comes to a close. Wedding bells are ringing as Rossi prepares to marry Krystall, with crooner Johnny Mathis appearing as himself as a special guest.

But first, the BAU team travels to Los Angeles to investigate a series of fatal shootings in broad daylight following car accidents.

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The Choir: Our School by the Tower, 9.00pm, BBC Two

In the second and concluding episode, staff and pupils are back in their building after more than a year away. The uncertainty around the return is now behind them and they focus on the concert.

New to Download

Widows, Sky Store

A superb drama with lots of layers that touches on a variety of subjects relevant to today's world, this is far more than an excellent caper movie.

A superb cast that includes Liam Neeson, Michelle Rodriguez, Colin Farrell and the exceptional Viola Davis, it's a tale about a robbery that goes wrong, leaving several women (the 'widows' of the title) in jeopardy.

So they decide to complete the ultimate heist.

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Don't Miss

A Jar with Brendan Behan, 9.35pm, TG4

Here's a rare opportunity to catch this recording of Niall Toibin's one-man show from 1970, a tribute to the bilingual poet, short story writer, novelist and playwright Brendan Behan.

It's followed by Alex Fegan's delightful 2013 documentary The Irish Pub. You can figure out its content from the title.

Niall Toibin: a class act

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