Another busy day on the box, there's several documentaries, including The Truth About Amazon, a new series called Cheap Irish Homes, new comedy in the shape of Middleditch & Schwartz, and season finales for Mrs Fletcher and Pulling with My Parents . . .

Pick of the Day

The Truth About Amazon, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Sabrina Grant and Helen Skelton present a guide to the online retailer, one of the internet's greatest success stories, showing how to track prices and investigating how much the company can be trusted.

The programme examines the sale of fake big name brands and potentially dangerous toys, and delves into the murky world of fake product reviews.

Don't Miss

Killing Eve, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

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As season three of this fun-but-patchy dramedy starring Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh continues, Carolyn and Eve are left reeling, while Villanelle finds that management is not all that it is cracked up to be.

Later, Eve strikes up an unlikely alliance with Kenny's colleagues at the Bitter Pill.

Britain’s Most Evil Killers, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

John Sweeney, sometimes referred to as the 'Scalp Hunter’, is a former carpenter who’s now regarded as one of the most dangerous men in Britain

Arrested multiple times for domestic violence incidents, Sweeny’s crime escalated when his ex-girlfriend’s mutilated body was found in a Rotterdam canal in 1990 - although her remains were not successfully identified until 2008.

Scannal, 8.00pm, RTÉ One

Documentary series looking back at infamous scandals. This week's programme examines the fun and games surrounding the Bertie Bowl stadium and why it was never built despite millions being spent on what was basically a vanity project.

The proposed stadium was a major conceit of the Celtic Tiger days, and even though it failed to materialise, it was instrumental in scuppering the FAI's more realistic plans for its own stadium, eventually resulting in Irish football sharing a revamped Lansdowne Road with the IRFU.

New or Returning Shows

Life and Birth, 8.00pm, BBC One

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This documentary follows parents and staff at three of Birmingham's busiest maternity hospitals.

The programme goes beyond the labour ward to meet parents at every stage of their pregnancy, capturing the work of midwives, doctors and surgeons dedicated to supporting families as they bring new lives into the world.

Cheap Irish Homes, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

In this new series, Maggie Molloy explores Ireland's cheapest homes, with the help of building engineer Kieran McCarthy.

First up, they help twin sisters find a property in the Sligo/Mayo region.

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Orange Is the New Black, 10.30pm, TG4

In the season four opener, entitled Work That Body for Me, the prison has a major security breach and a lot of new inmates, forcing Caputo to call in the big guns.

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New to Download

Middleditch & Schwartz, Netflix

Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley) and Ben Schwartz (Parks and Recreation) bring their two-person comedy show to a global audience in a collection of three completely improvised comedy specials.

Each performance is based entirely on a random audience suggestion. All three parts - Dream Job, Law School Magic and Parking Lot Wedding - were filmed at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, and premiere today.

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Ending Tonight

Mrs Fletcher, 10.15pm, Sky Comedy

In the season one finale of this excellent dramedy starring a pretty fearless Katherine Hahn, Eve celebrates a life-changing decision, Brendan has an epiphany about college, and Sanjay does a good deed.

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Pulling with My Parents, 9.00pm, RTÉ 2

The families of two single people help them find partners, with Joyce Wells ready to meet someone who will treat her like a princess, while Patrick Bermingham recently had his heart broken.

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Repeats of the Day

Only Fools and Horses, 3.00pm, Gold

The fourth season was the first without Granddad, as Lennard Pearce, the actor who played him, died from a heart attack shortly after filming had began.

In this opening episode, Del encounters an old flame from almost 20 years previously, and Rodney experiences the joys of dating - but the brothers soon face awkward questions from the past.

A-a-n-n-n-d, one more time:

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I Am Patrick Swayze, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

A tribute to the American actor, known for his roles in hits such as Dirty Dancing, Ghost and The Outsiders. With contributions by Demi Moore and Rob Lowe among others.

Patrick Swayze in Dirty Dancing with Jennifer Grey

The Undiscovered Kenneth Williams, 11.00pm, Sky Arts

A profile of the actor, who was one of the UK's best-loved comic performers and starred in more than 20 films in the Carry On franchise.

Daytime Film Choices

Funeral in Berlin, 3.00pm, Film4

Classic Cold War thriller and the second film to feature Len Deighton's character, starring Michael Caine, Eva Renzi, Oscar Homolka, Paul Hubschmid and Guy Doleman.

Former crook and disreputable spy Harry Palmer has to carefully engineer the defection of a Russian officer responsible for safeguarding vital military secrets - but the mission proves less than straightforward.

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Young Sherlock Holmes, 5.05pm, Film4

The teenage detective and his future sidekick Watson meet for the first time at boarding school.

The death of Holmes's mentor sets the youngsters on their first case, and they discover that former members of an archaeological survey team have died under suspicious circumstances.

Toy Story 4, 3.05pm, Sky Cinema Disney

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Tom Hanks, Tim Allen and co return for the further adventures of Woody, Buzz and the other toys.

It was a shame they felt the need to muck around some more after the initial, pretty flawless trilogy. But it turned out pretty well, though it reeks of the never-ending franchise.

When a home-made toy called Forky joins the gang, he begins to experience an existential crisis, thinking he is rubbish rather than a toy, and wishes to remain in a bin.

Eventually he and Woody embark on a road trip alongside old and new friends.

Prime Time Movie Picks

Eye in the Sky, 9.00pm, Film4

Helen Mirren, Alan Rickman and Aaron Paul star in this pretty impressive thriller.

Mirren’s Colonel Katherine Powell's mission to wipe out a terrorist cell in Kenya is complicated when a girl enters the blast radius of the intended drone strike.

Powell has to decide between sacrificing the girl's life or letting the terrorists flee to carry out more atrocities.

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The Day of the Triffids, 10.00pm, Talking Pictures Television

Howard Keel, Janette Scott, Nicole Maurey and Mervyn Johns feature in this adaptation that takes many liberties with John Wyndham’s novel.

A meteor shower blinds the majority of Earth's population and heralds the arrival of a race of dangerous carnivorous walking plants. The remaining sighted people join forces to try and repel the invaders.

Zero Dark Thirty, 9.00pm, Sky Cinema Thriller

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Kathryn Bigelow's impressive, fact-based drama stars Jessica Chastain and Mark Strong.

A CIA operative joins a team of intelligence and military operatives in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.

She spends the next 10 years searching for information on the whereabouts of Osama bin Laden, ultimately leading to the final raid on the terrorist leader's hideout.

Late Late Flick Picks

Lore, 1.10am, Film4

Not your average war film, this centres on a German teenager, raised by Nazis and left to look after her younger siblings after her parents are imprisoned in the last days of the Second World War.

As she leads her family across the war-torn country, she is helped by a Jewish refugee and starts to question the beliefs her mother and father taught her.

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Prince: Sign O’ the Times, 2.00am, Sky Arts

Concert film by the late and much-loved musician featuring highlights from gigs in Rotterdam and Antwerp during his 1987 European tour, as well as footage shot at his Paisley Park studio.

Songs featured include Sign o' the Times, I Could Never Take the Place of Your Man and If I Was Your Girlfriend, and the promo video for U Got the Look, featuring Sheena Easton.

US Marshals, 11.05pm, TCM

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Tommy Lee Jones reprises his Oscar-winning role in The Fugitive, as federal marshal Sam Gerard.

This time around he sets out in pursuit of an escaped prisoner who is determined to prove his murder conviction was false.

As the chase progresses, the marshal is forced to work with a diplomatic security agent, making him realise the fugitive is no ordinary convict and that his claims of innocence may be true.

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