Pick of the Day

My Yellow Brick Road, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

A makeover series but with a difference - the advice comes from four ordinary people who have each successfully overcome their own issues.  Between  them, guides Claire, Greg, Jordan and Noel have battled Alopecia, Depression, Dyslexia and Drug Abuse and helped give others strength by talking openly about where they found the strength to do so.  They never claim to be experts but, in the series, share their personal stories and what helped them deal with the challenges they faced along their own Yellow Brick Road.

In this opener, 27- year-old Laura Gahan from Ballyfermot, Dublin is looking to get back on the employment ladder after being sidelined by health issues to do with her Nail Patella syndrome. 

What Planet Are You On? 7.00pm, RTÉ One

Maia Dunphy presents the second part of this new series as part of RTÉ on Climate week. Three families - the Cullens from Dublin, the McKevitts from Mullingar and the Gannons from Tuam - have their environmental impact monitored.

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Uchtú - Evanne Ní Chuilinn, 9.30pm, TG4

Broadcaster and journalist Evanne Ní Chuilinn opens up about her efforts to trace her roots after being adopted as a baby in a new TG4 documentary, Uchtú. Ní Chuilinn is taken on an emotional journey close to her heart, as she looks into the long and often difficult process of adoption in Ireland. 

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Britain's Child Drug Runners, 10pm, Channel 4

Children as young as seven are being groomed to sell drugs for 'county lines' drugs gangs in towns and villages all over the UK. This one-off special follows four young people trapped in this world. We also hear from many parents who feel powerless to help, as well as the police and social workers who are doing their part in the always-evolving war on drugs.

The revealing one-off special airs on Channel 4 at 10pm

Donal's Super Food in Minutes, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This series is all about meals for the modern cook, that just so happen to be good for you! Quick-cooking, as any busy home cook will know, is an essential skill. With growing interest in veg-forward eating, health-conscious cooks are looking for new ways to bring food to the table without the fuss.

Donal's latest step-by-step guide sees him making a honey garlic chicken, a one-pan Mongolian beef dinner, spiced prawns with Mexican bean stew, a kale cacio pepe and a mango sorbet dessert.

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Other Voices - Belfast Special, RTÉ Player

Returning the culturally vibrant city of Belfast for the second time in the festival's history, this year's Other Voices featured a selection of the spell-bounding performances that took place at the Duncairn Centre for Culture and Arts.

Showcasing an array of amazing artists including Snow Patrol, who made their triumphant return to Northern Ireland and wowed the audience with an acoustic set of beloved hits and new songs. Along with Choice Prize-nominated, indie rock four piece The Academic, and alternative folk duo The Breath. Not to be missed!

Ending Tonight

Grand Designs: House of the Year Final, 9pm, Channel 4

Over the last few weeks host Kevin McCloud has had the opportunity to check out some truly remarkable abodes, and this evening he gets to reveal the winner of this year's prestigious RIBA House of the Year award. However, before that, he and architect Damion Burrows and design expert Michelle Ogundehin check out the final hopefuls.

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