There's a documentary about Helen Mirren, a new US medical drama, a reality show covering calamities at weddings, and a comedy about going back to your roots . . .

Pick of the Day

Discovering Film, 8.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

This time around the Discovering Film team take a look at the illustrious career of Helen Mirren, one of the greats on both large and small screen over the last 50 years.

One of the few to achieve the Triple Crown of acting (winning an Oscar, an Emmy, and a Tony), she is probably best-known for her iconic role as police detective Jane Tennison in the long-running ITV cop show Prime Suspect.

In more recent years she's starred in a number of regal roles, such as her Academy Award-winning role as Queen Elizabeth II in The Queen, and her upcoming role as the titular Catherine the Great.

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New or Returning Shows

Culture Night, 11.15pm, RTÉ One

Miriam O'Callaghan, Marty Whelan, Doireann Garrihy, Sean Rocks and Jacqui Hurley host from the National Museum at Collins Barracks in Dublin, at the concert held as part of this year's Culture Night.

The RTÉ Concert Orchestra, conducted by David Brophy, performs with acts such as Aslan, Wallis Bird, Jafaris, Celine Byrne, the Kilfenora Ceili Band and more.

Miriam O'Callaghan

New Amsterdam, 9.00pm, More4

Inspired by the oldest public hospital in America, this US medical drama follows the brilliant and charming Dr Max Goodwin, the institution's newest medical director, who sets out to tear up its bureaucracy and provide exceptional care.

Refusing to take 'no' for an answer, Dr Goodwin disrupts the status quo while simultaneously dealing with his own personal and health issues.

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How to Rob a Bank, 10.00pm, Vice

You could file this under 'Infotainment' as it's an eight-part drama-documentary series looking at how ordinary Americans - including teachers, lawyers, college students, and soldiers - are committing bank robberies with an average of fourteen raids happening daily.

Each episode of the hour-long show will tell a different story with reconstructions and answer how the robbers committed their crimes and why.

Gotta be worth a look, eh?

Brides, Grooms and Emergency Rooms, 10.00pm, TLC

Yet another gloriously-titled reality show comes to TLC, this time recounting the stories of fantasy wedding plans completely derailed by harrowing medical mysteries.

First up, Jon and Christine's wedding day takes a scary turn when the bride-to-be goes blind.

New to Download

Explained: Season 2, Netflix

From the billionaire boom to athleisure wear, and on to the lure of cults, you can explore current events and social trends with the help of this celebrity-narrated series.

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Ending Tonight

The Loudest Voice, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

It's the end of the seven-part series starring an unrecognisable Russell Crowe, as Roger Ailes' life enters freefall.

And when Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit becomes public, Ailes enters into crisis mode, doing anything and everything he can to save his career and his legacy. Ultimately, it’s not enough and he's fired from Fox.

But even though he loses everything, his greatest achievement eclipses him as Donald Trump wins the US presidency.

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The Cameron Years, 9.00pm, BBC One

With unprecedented access to David Cameron himself, and drawing on the testimony of leading allies and critics from his close team, party and coalition partners, this second and final programme in the series explores the former UK prime minister’s legacy as a leader, from his rise to the top of the Conservative Party in 2005 to his 'sweetest victory’ in the 2015 general election.

Little did he know what lay just around the corner.

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Don't Miss

Frayed, 10.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

In this Sky co-production with ABC Australia, comedian Sarah Kendall stars in a comedy about going back to your roots.

The year is 1989. The Berlin Wall is about to come down, Phil Collins is bothering the charts, and thanks to Paul Hogan's Crocodile Dundee film, the world's in the midst of a short-lived infatuation with Australian culture.

Simeone Cooper (Kendall) is a wealthy London housewife who’d rather forget her Antipodean adolescence. But fate brings her and her two teenagers back to her hometown, and face up to the friends and family she left behind, and only ever knew her as 'Sammy'.

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