Killing Eve returns for a third season, there's the final edition of Home of the Year, Prue Leith pops up twice - and there’s a rake of fine films for your consideration . . .

Pick of the Day

Killing Eve, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

After a relatively disappointing second season that often bordered on self-parody, here’s hoping this latest run of the quirky, feminist spy thriller starring Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh gets back in the game.

As the story resumes, Eve attempts to rebuild her life, having been shot and left for dead in Rome by Villanelle, who is approached by an old foe who offers her a new opportunity.

Elsewhere, Kenny tries to unearth information about the Twelve, and Carolyn is undermined at work.

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Mrs Fletcher, 10.15pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

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When this show turns up on Netflix in a couple of years, everyone will be raving about it.

Katherine Hahn is brilliant ion the title role, and this week her frisky empty-nester Eve gets out of her comfort zone, joining Margo at a hip party in Brooklyn.

Meanwhile, son Brendan and Chloe have an unexpected encounter at a college event promoting body-positivity.

Miss Scarlet and the Duke, 9.00pm, Alibi

Kate Phillips continues to build up her CV with this starring role in this enjoyable crime-solving show as the eponymous boss of a Victorian detective agency.

This week, Eliza is hired to go undercover and infiltrate a potentially disruptive gang, but is less delighted when she learns she will be spying on a group of campaigning suffragettes.

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New or Returning Shows

Prue Leith: Journey with My Daughter, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The food writer travels to Cambodia with her adopted daughter Li-Da, in the hope of tracking down her biological family.

Li-Da was like many of her generation evacuated from the country to escape Pol Pot's genocide, and Leith admits she rarely questioned whether she could’ve helped her daughter connect more with her roots.

Now, social media and DNA testing are allowing thousands of people to reconnect with lost relatives.

Prue Leith

The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Actor John Lithgow, comedian Jon Richardson, Paralympian Hannah Cockroft and funny man Russell Brand take on three challenges as the contest returns.

They have to make brownies, tackle a handful of a technical challenge, and also a 3-D biscuit. Presenters Sandi Toksvig and Noel Fielding guide them through the tasks, while Paul Hollywood and Prue Leith judge their baking skills.

Shut-Ins: Britain's Fattest People, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Documentary series following the struggle of three severely morbidly obese people as they attempt to regain control of their lives before it becomes too late.

Claire has been bed-bound for the last six years. Trapped by her 40-stone body, she can only see the world through the window of the room where she spends her life.

She has two daughters who need to do nearly everything for her, with the burden of care mainly on 19-year-old Jasmine.

I'll Get This: Extra Helping, 10.00pm, BBC Two

Here’s an extended version of the show in which five celebrities go out for dinner together.

First up, Jonathan Ross, Gabby Logan, Mark Wright, Anita Rani and Rachel Parris play a series of games, with the overall loser picking up the bill for the whole group.

New to Download

Silver Linings Playbook, Amazon Prime

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David O Russell's excellent drama stars Bradley Cooper as Pat Solitano, just out a psychiatric facility and who's determined to get back with his wife.

Tiffany Maxwell (Jennifer Lawrence), a young widow, agrees to help him win his wife back but only if he does something for her in return.

Chris D'Elia: No Pain, Netflix

Stand-up comic, actor, writer, and host of the Congratulations podcast, Chris D’Elia returns for his latest Netflix comedy special.

D’Elia finds time to growl at babies in public, AirDrop inappropriate photos to unsuspecting people on airplanes, and warn others on the potential threat of sexual assault by dolphins.

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Ending Tonight

Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

It’s the eighth and final episode, so this is where judge design legend Hugh Wallace, interior designer Deirdre Whelan and architect Peter Crowley look back at the weekly winning properties to determine which one will land the 2020 Home of the Year award.

Keeping Faith, 10.30pm, TG4

The season two finale of this engaging BBC Wales drama, starring Eve Myles as solicitor Faith Howells.

The deal with Corran Energy draws closer to reaching completion, as Faith races against time to track down the only woman who can overturn Madlen's conviction.

DI Breeze gives Evan an ultimatum, while Steve hatches a plot to rid both himself and Faith of the Reardons once and for all.

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Repeats of the Day

Derry Girls, 10.00pm, E4

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Already filled under the 'much-loved’ category, here’s another chance to see Lisa McGee’s comedy set against the Troubles in early-1990s Northern Ireland from the start.

It’ the beginning of a new school term and it gets off to a bad start for Erin (the brilliant Saoirse-Monica Jackson) when she wakes to find her cousin reading her diary.

But there’s worse to come when Granda Joe announces a bomb has been found on the bridge.

From Andy Pandy to Zebedeee: the Golden Age of Children's TV, 9.00pm, BBC Four

The story of the struggle to deliver television programmes for children, who were an often overlooked audience in the days before everything went digital.

Includes interviews with pioneers of children's TV, such as Bernard Cribbins, Derek Griffiths, Janet Ellis, Johnny Ball and John Craven. Narrated by Nigel Planer.

Discovering: Lee Marvin, 4.00pm, Sky Arts

A look at the life and career of the gravel-voiced American actor Lee Marvin, who starred in movies including The Dirty Dozen, Point Blank and Paint Your Wagon - and won an Oscar for Cat Ballou.

Daytime Film Choices

Gravity, 5.20pm, Sky Cinema Sci-fi & Horror

Sandra Bullock and George Clooney star in this visually stunning and captivating space drama.

Two astronauts are left stranded in orbit above the Earth when the debris from an exploding satellite destroys their shuttle.

Drifting in space with no way to contact mission control, they begin a perilous journey to reach the safety of a space station before their oxygen supply runs out.

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The Man Who Would Be King, 3.25pm, RTÉ One

Raj adventure based on the Rudyard Kipling story, directed by John Huston and starring Sean Connery, Michael Caine, Saeed Jaffrey, and Christopher Plummer.

Two British soldiers in 19th-century India travel to an unexplored land, where one of them fools the natives into believing he is a god. But his growing delusions of grandeur put him at loggerheads with his comrade-in-arms.

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Prime Time Movie Picks

Girl with Green Eyes, 10.00pm, Talking Pictures TV

Adapted by Edna O’Brien from her novel of the same name, this 1960s’ classic stars Rita Tushingham, Peter Finch, Lynn Redgrave and TP McKenna.

Tushingham plays Kate Brady, a naive Irish girl who leaves her father's Clare farm to work in Dublin, where she shares a flat with a co-worker.

Both women fall in love with a middle-aged writer, which drives a wedge between them.

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Scarface, 9.00pm, Sky Cinema Greats

Classic gangster flick, much admired by thugs as well as film fans, and stars Al Pacino, Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert Loggia.

Small-time crook Tony Montana (Pacino) emigrates from Cuba to the US, determined to become rich and powerful.

Admitted into the inner circle of a Miami drug lord, he ultimately takes over his boss's empire and even his wife.

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Late Late Flick Picks

American Hustle, 12.45m, Film4

Here’s a cracking black comedy about a conman caught in the act by the FBI, but a maverick agent offers him the chance to escape prison by assisting in a sting operation.

The hustler finds himself involved in a scheme to bring down a corrupt, Mafia-affiliated politician, only to find his own ex-wife plotting revenge.

It features a fine cast that includes Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence.

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Trainspotting, 10.55pm, Film4

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The film that encapsulated mid-1990s’ Britain and kick-started several careers, Danny Boyle's drama is based on Irvine Welsh's novel of the same name, and stars Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle and Ewen Bremner.

The Academy Award-nominated screenplay by John Hodge follows a group of heroin addicts in an economically depressed area of Edinburgh and their passage through life.

There are many outstanding performances, but best of all is Robert Carlyle’s Begbie, the gang’s resident psycho - a man who crosses you before you can cross him.

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