There's a new series looking at the GAA, Banged Up: Teens Behind Bars is Channel 4's latest look at prison life, while it's goodbye to A House Through Time . . .

Pick of the Day

Not Going Out, 9.00pm, BBC One

After 'going out' at around 11pm for the last few weeks, Lee Mack's gag-tastic sitcom gets a prime time spot for the first time during this tenth season of the show.

This week's episode is topical as Lee is outraged that the twins have started sex education at school. He resolves to teach them everything he knows about the facts of life before Miss Anstis corrupts them.

I really miss Sally Bretton's short haircut from last year though . . .

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New or Returning Shows

GAA Eile, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This new, four-part series was filmed over the summer championships of 2018 and promises to take a fresh look at the GAA and examine the worth and value of Ireland's national games.

The opening episode follows former Kerry footballer Dara Ó Cinnéide (below) as he travels the length and breadth of Ireland during the All-Ireland Football Championship campaign.

Banged Up: Teens Behind Bars, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The premise here is that eight British teen tearaways are incarcerated in one of America's toughest jails in a bid to divert them from a life of crime.

Over seven days behind bars, the teens work on a chain gang alongside real inmates, and are required to perform tough military style drills, in the hope that life on the inside will change their life on the outside.

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The Curry House Kid, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Akram Khan's father was a Bangladeshi immigrant who expected his son to inherit the family curry house. Instead, Akram went off to become one of the world's leading dancers and choreographers.

This film sees him return to the curry houses of his childhood, meeting the chefs and exploring the immigrant experience in Britain, and then expressing it through dance.

Ending Tonight

A House Through Time, 9.00pm, BBC 2

The final episode of season two of this fascinating series begins in 1946, when John Walter and Florence Smyth lived on Ravensworth Terrace with their daughter, and rented their spare rooms to lodgers.

Historian David Olusoga unearths a scandal when he investigates the family’s background. He also researches the Smyths’ lodgers and discovers a young couple who lived in the house in the 1940s.

Don't Miss

The Americans, 12.35am, RTÉ 2

The final season of this superb drama - a claustrophobic mixture of espionage and family life - continues, with Soviet spies Philip and Elizabeth's daughter Paige pretty much centre stage.

 Claudia and Elizabeth tell Paige about World War II from a Russian perspective, then later she runs into a bit of bother at a student bar – but shows she's well able to handle the situation. Maybe too well.

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