Lots on tonight, including the season finales of The Apprentice and My Yellow Brick Road, a tribute to dandy arts patron Garrech Brown, and In the Long Run and Food Unwrapped Christmas specials . . .

Pick of the Day

The Apprentice, 9.00pm, BBC One

It's the season finale of an always entertaining show that has recently been come in for accusations of racism, as the majority of diverse candidates were fired in the first few weeks.

For their last chance to convince Alan Sugar they're worthy of his cash, each of this year's two finalists - Carina Lepore and Scarlett Allen-Horton - must launch their new business. Invited back to aid the two finalists are some of this year’s already fired candidates.

In an intensive three-day challenge, they must create a new brand for their company, produce a digital billboard - and direct and edit a television advert, before pitching to Sugar and a room full of industry experts at London’s City Hall.

The field was certainly a lot more full two months ago:

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New or Returning Shows

Garrech Brown: Last Days at Luggala, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This is an audiovisual obituary of one of the greatest modern patrons of the arts - someone considered a roguish but generous visionary and a thoroughly Irish dandy.

Garrech Brown's sudden death in 2018 left a gap in the diversity of Irish culture, but in that wake lies a cracking yarn of stories that offers a unique glimpse into Ireland of the mid-to-late 20th Century, and a moving story of a man’s personal battle against ghosts of the past.

Margaret Traynor and Garrech Browne

In the Long Run: Christmas Special, 9.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

Walter (Idris Elba, below) is obsessed with Christmas and is hosting the annual Easmon party alongside Agnes with Bagpipes providing a British smorgasbord of cuisine to the West African party.

The whole extended family is invited including a pregnant cousin.

What could possibly go wrong?

Food Unwrapped: Cracking Christmas Guide, 8.00pm, Channel 4

This special show reveals all you need to know to feed your family and friends better, cheaper and faster.

First, Jimmy Doherty, Kate Quilton, Matt Tebbutt and Helen Lawal hang up three new stockings to welcome a terrific trio of new team members, ready to help solve these Christmas conundrums.

New to Download

Don't F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer, Netflix

This docuseries examines the greatest online manhunt in history - and the psychopath killer who broke the first rule of the internet: don't mess with cats.

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Soundtrack, Netflix

This romantic musical drama follows the love stories connecting an eclectic group of people in modern-day Los Angeles.

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Ending Tonight

Sticks and Stones, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

In an emotionally explosive finale of this three-part drama, Thomas finally confronts his boss Chris Carter about how he feels the team have treated him.

Carter is sceptical and Thomas’s examples of the team’s behaviour sound deniable. Insisting that the situation is resolved that day Thomas waits while Carter talks to the team. All is finally laid bare in an emotional and shocking showdown.

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The Baby Has Landed, 9.00pm, BBC Two

In this final episode, some of the couples are beginning to adapt to life with a new baby and are looking to the future. But for Paul and Craig, they face the chaos of parenting twins solo for the first time.

As both of them work as airline crew, Paul and Craig split the parenting responsibilities, so that one will always be at home. Craig heads off first, leaving Paul with their baby twin girls. What could go wrong?

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My Grandparents' War, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Actor Carey Mulligan's grandfather Denzil Booth, a teenager from the Welsh Valleys, travelled thousands of miles to fight the Japanese in the final months of the war.

Carey takes a trip to Japan to understand the culture of the kamikaze from the other side, and she's shocked by the horrors her grandfather faced when he arrived in Tokyo.

Vic & Bob's Big Night Out, 10.00pm, BBC Four

In this fourth and final episode, Mulligan & O’Hare present their new album, Caravan Park, and Vic reveals his latest plastic surgery enhancement.

Three acts battle it out in Novelty Island while Vaun tries to lure Vic away from Bob.

Don't Miss

My Yellow Brick Road, 9.30pm, RTÉ 2

In the last episode of the current run, 26-year-old Catherine from Tallaght asks the team for help with her anxiety.

Seemingly, a bubby outgoing make-up artist who has lots going from her, Catherine secretly struggles with her self-confidence.

Guides Claire, Greg, Jordan and Noel swing into action each taking an element of Catherine’s life she is unhappy with and helping her to tackle it.

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