Caroline Flack is back with Love Island, there's a documentary about Mondello Park, and a new run of 999: What's Your Emergency?
Pick of the Day
Love Island, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One
One of the classic guilty pleasures is back on the box, with a couple of contestants who should get a bit of support here in Ireland.
One of the contestants is 23-year-old Dubliner Yewanda Biala, a scientist. Another is Curtis Pritchard, the English ballroom dancer who has featured on RTÉ One's Dancing with the Stars.
This year’s selection of singletons will be heading into a scintillating summer of dates, drama, romance and relationships, with host Caroline Flack once again presenting at a luxury Mallorcan villa.
New or Returning Shows
999: What's Your Emergency? 9.00pm, Virgin Media One
Back for for a brand-new season, this time focusing on the work of police in Northamptonshire where, with resources stretched to breaking point, officers are struggling to meet the increased demand on their services.
This opening episode focuses on relationships. Wendy Rigby is a call handler at force HQ, and thinks that the UK is becoming a society of dysfunctional people, as a lot of people are using the police as marriage counsellors.
Rocky Ros Music, 7.15pm, TG4
This is a documentary charting Sean Mannion's life and boxing career, examining his spirit inside the ring and his troubles outside from Ros Muc in Co Galway to Boston in America.
New to Download
Malibu Rescue: The Series, Netflix
One for the kids, this. On the heels of Junior Rescue training, Team Flounder returns to brave the beach in a series of thrilling saves and light-hearted laughs.
Golden Mondello - From Grass to Glory, 7.00pm, RTÉ One
Here's a documentary about Mondello Park, the internationally-renowned Irish race-track and reveals the many captivating stories behind it.
Owner Martin Birrane commissioned the documentary shortly before he died last year. So, as well as being the story of Mondello Park, it is a dedication to the man who made it possible.
Mondello Park is Ireland’s only internationally-accepted racing circuit for cars and motorcycles. It has been the home to Irish speed-sports and a training ground for indigenous racing practitioners, since it was initially carved out of fertile Kildare farmland, near Naas, in May 1968.