It's Eurovision time for Ireland's Sarah McTernan, there's a documentary about psychosis, and season finales for Madam Secretary, Ambulance and Lee and Dean.

Pick of the Day

Eurovision Song Contest – Semi Final, 8.00pm, RTÉ 2/BBC Four

It's the second semi final in the Israeli city of Tel Aviv and those Irish folk who are watching instead of boycotting will be looking in to see if Ireland can make it through to Saturday's grand final.

This year singer Sarah McTernan is the Emerald Isle's representative and will perform a tune called 22. As usual, Eurovision veteran Marty Whelan will be providing the commentary.

We can only wish them both well.

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New or Returning Shows

David Harewood: Psychosis and Me, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Thirty years ago, actor David Harewood (Homeland, Supergirl) had a psychotic breakdown. At just 23 years of age he was sectioned and taken into hospital.

This deeply personal and immersive film sees him piece together what happened to him back then. He has made the film to help himself and other people explore and understand the misconceptions around psychosis.

He retraces his steps to key locations from his breakdown and meets the people who witnessed his spiralling decline, many of whom he hasn’t spoken to about his experiences.

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Roads from Hell: Caught on Camera, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Jaw-dropping real-life footage, from the funny to the dramatic, shows exactly what can go wrong when people venture onto the roads.

There's some crazy stuff here: from near-death crashes to angry drivers engaging in road rage, moped muggings, and some of the most frustrating and funny moments experienced by road users.

Psychologists and industry experts add a serious touch by discussing the various anxieties that influence the situations motorists can encounter.

I can't find a trailer for the show, but this one for rail travel shows what you can expect:

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New to Download

Good Sam, Netflix

This feelgood film is based on the mystery book series of the same name by Dete Meserve.

When an anonymous good Samaritan leaves $100,000 cash on seemingly random doorsteps, New York City TV news reporter Kate Bradley (Tiya Sircar) sets out discover Good Sam’s true identity and motive - inadvertently turning her personal life upside down.

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Ending Tonight

Madam Secretary, 10.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

Here's the season five finale on the back of yesterday's announcement that the next run of the political drama starring Téa Leoni and Tim Daly will be the show's last.

Leoni's Elizabeth McCord is about to make some big news. As she prepares to announce her run for president, anti-globalist terrorists attack a United Nations delegation in Geneva gathered there to sign the climate migration treaty.

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Ambulance, 9.00pm, BBC One

The fourth run of this documentary series draws to a close as the North West Ambulance Service answer over 18,000 calls across a hot May Bank Holiday weekend.

For example, advanced paramedic Duncan speeds to the Lancashire Cricket Ground, where a spectator has suffered a heart attack, while ambulance crew Gary and Claire are dispatched to an overturned car on the motorway, along with another ambulance and an air ambulance. 

When I Grow Up, 8.00pm, Channel 4

In this final episode of the social experiment that puts kids in grown-up situations, six children work for a week at the head office of Hunters estate agents in York.

The children's responsibilities include running the Harrogate branch for an afternoon, marketing two new properties, running an open house and negotiating a six-figure property deal.

Lee and Dean, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The boys are in Spain and have never been happier. They're working hard and enjoying life in the sun - until a grisly discovery sends them spiralling back to their old ways.

Meanwhile, Nikki is having her own adventure and Lee and Dean find their hero hiding in the Spanish hills. But when the sun goes in, and old wounds reappear, there are several unexpected arrivals.

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Don't Miss

My Dad Wrote a Porno, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Based on the podcast of the same name, this HBO special is basically one man reading excerpts of his father’s writing in front of a packed London’s Roundhouse.

When Jamie Morton’s dad retired, he told him he hoped to write a series of novels. What he didn’t tell him is the novels would become the Belinda Blinked series of erotic fiction.

Now Jamie is taking his father’s risqué and unintentionally hilarious writing to the stage, with his friends James Cooper and Alive Levine coming along to provide moral support and commentary.

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