Dublin Murders continues, Grand Designs returns - and contestants in The Apprentice are told to get on their bikes . . .

Pick of the Day

Dublin Murders, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

It's the second full-length episode of the BBC, Starz and RTÉ co-produced drama starring Killian Scott, Sarah Greene and Tom Vaughan-Lawlor.

Katy is finally laid to rest and all of Knocknaree have come out for the funeral. The public and media pressure to find her killer is intense, and Superintendent O'Kelly is concerned that all lines of inquiry have led nowhere.

Rob, however, is increasingly certain that his memories are leading him to the truth.

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New or Returning Shows

Grand Designs: House of the Year, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Once again, Kevin McCloud embarks on a UK-wide journey to explore some of the most spectacular homes in the running for the 2019 Royal Institute of British Architects House of the Year.

In this opener, Kevin and his co-presenters, architect Damion Burrows and design expert Michelle Ogundehin, visit five experimental homes competing for a place on the shortlist, all of which push the boundaries in conventional design.

They include a pioneering home in Eton made entirely from cork; an innovative Derbyshire stone cottage; a bold family home on the South Downs with a vaulted interior; a beautiful micro-home built on the site of a double garage in London, and an extraordinary ultra-low-energy house in Buckinghamshire.

Kevin McCloud

Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong'o, 10.00pm, Channel 4

In what promises to be an immersive and epic documentary, Oscar-winner Lupita Nyong'o journeys across Benin in West Africa to uncover the remarkable truth behind the women who may have helped inspire the Marvel's Black Panther.

She discovers that an army of African female fighters existed in West Africa and are still remembered there as the 'Agoji' - or as Europeans labelled them, the 'Amazons'.

These real-life warrior women, in armies 4000-strong, fought African and European powers alike from the 17th to the 19th centuries in the Kingdom of Dahomey, centred in the modern-day country of Benin.

Lupita Nyong'o

Korea: the Never Ending War, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This documentary retraces the history of the Cold War in Korea during the 1950s that resulted in millions of deaths, brought the world to the brink of nuclear war and continues to shape history to this day.

 Written and produced by John Maggio and narrated by Korean-American actor John Cho, it's from PBS in America, so it comes with quality guaranteed.

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New to Download

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, Netflix

 Each episode of this show features David Chang accompanied by a different celebrity guest - the likes of Seth Rogen and Chrissy Teigen - exploring a single city, its culture and its cuisine.

As the pair travels through each city, they will also uncover new and surprising things about themselves.

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Dancing with the Birds, Netflix

Narrated by Emmy Award-winner Stephen Fry, Dancing With The Birds visits everyone's favorite birds-of-paradise and their spectacularly captivating mating rituals from flash dancing to shape shifting.

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Ending Tonight

Catching Britain's Killers: the Crimes that Changed Us, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The crime documentary reveals how a 1970s' miscarriage of justice, involving three teenage boys, led to a new method of police interrogation and investigation.

When the body of Maxwell Confait was found in south London, three local boys confessed to arson and murder and were consequently convicted, despite retracting their statements and protesting their innocence.

Each of their convictions were eventually overturned, which shone a light on dangerous police practices that pressured the boys to confess to a crime they did not commit

Don't Miss

The Apprentice, 9.00pm, BBC One

This week the candidates are challenged to create their own range of electric bikes, before hosting their own launch event to sell their cycles to some of the UK's biggest bike retailers.

Half of the team head to Nottingham to develop their new bike, while the rest stay in London to choose accessories and create marketing material.

At their events, poor pricing strategies and forceful tactics prove problematic, and back in the boardroom, one candidate gets the inevitable marching orders.

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