The Young Offenders returns, Miriam Margolyes is off on a tour of Australia, Rylan Clark-Neal hosts It Pays to Behave, and there's a BBC special featuring pop royalty Hot Chocolate . . .

Pick of the Day

The Young Offenders, 9.35pm, RTÉ One/9.30pm, BBC One

The Cork-set comedy, starring Chris Walley, Alex Murphy and Shane Casey, returns for a third season.

With the arrival of baby Star, Jock struggles with his parental skills.

Billy Murphy, meanwhile, comes up with a masterplan to carry out a heist to steal a consignment of high definition televisions and involves both Jock and Conor.

But Jock’s bright idea of drafting in young Star causes chaos.

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Hot Chocolate at the BBC, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Compilation of BBC performances and rare interview extracts celebrating British pop group Hot Chocolate and in particular its lead singer, the late Errol Brown.

The band's top 10 hits from the 1970s and early 1980s are showcased, alongside rarely seen early performances and cult fan favourites.

New or Returning Shows

Miriam Margolyes: Almost Australian, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The Oxford-born actress, who became an Australian citizen six years ago, embarks on a 10,000km drive around the country discovering more about the place she can now call home.

Starting in Bondi, she meets up with an estate agent who reveals the prosperous migrant market.

Heading west, Miriam is disturbed to discover that there is a growing number of women who can't afford a home in retirement, now making up the fastest growing number of homeless in the country.

With most of eastern Australia in the grip of severe drought, Miriam heads to the country town of Trundle, to see the repercussions for herself.

It Pays to Behave, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Rylan Clark-Neal fronts a programme bringing game show rules into a domestic setting, aiming to help two parents find the expert within themselves, with a large cash prize at stake.

Via a series of bespoke game show rounds, they win cash - or don't - depending on how well they demonstrate their parenting skills.

The aim is for Clare and Matt to negotiate the issues and find new, imaginative ways of communicating with their children, building a happier family life - and making a small fortune in the process.

Greg Davies: The Back of My Mum's Head, 9.00pm, Sky One

Stand-up comedy, recorded at the Lowry theatre in Salford.

Stung by his mother's suggestion that he is `not normal', Greg Davies puts everyone else under the microscope in a petty quest to discover if anyone actually is.

The tour received rave reviews and was extended to 94 dates, including multiple sell-out nights at London's Hammersmith Apollo and Southbank Centre.

Rodney P's Jazz Funk, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Rapper Rodney P Edwards reveals how the first generation of British-born black youngsters was inspired by the avant garde musical fusions of black America in the 1970s.

That laid the foundations of modern-day multiculturalism by creating the first black British music culture with the Jazz Funk movement.

He meets key musicians including Leee John, lead singer of group Imagination, and Kenny Wellington, founding member of funk band Light of the World, as well as DJ s Cleveland Anderson and Carl Cox, and writer Robert Elms.

Here's Rodney in action:

Pariah: The Lives and Death Of Sonny Liston, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

Overcoming the seemingly insurmountable odds that life threw his way, boxer Sonny Liston became the heavyweight champion of the world when he knocked out Floyd Patterson in 1962.

Just eight years later, his wife found him dead in their Las Vegas home from a supposed heroin overdose.

This films looks at the life and career of the iconic heavyweight, and covers the suspicion as to his cause of death that pervades among those that knew him.

New to Download

Good Boys, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

The guys behind Superbad and Bad Neighbours ditch college and high school japes to focus on the trials of three middle school boys.

It’s an age where friends are everything and girls are starting to become terrifying.

After being invited to his first kissing party, 12-year-old Max (Room’s Jacob Tremblay) is panicking because he doesn’t know how to kiss.

Eager for some pointers, Max and his best friends Thor and Lucas decide to use Max’s dad’s drone - which Max is forbidden to touch - to spy on a teenage couple making out next door.

What could possibly go right?

Dragons: Rescue Riders: Secrets of the Songwing, Netflix

When a musical dragon with a beautiful voice hypnotizes the dragons and people of Huttsgalor, the Rescue Riders have to find a way to break the spell.

Ending Today

Peter Kay's Car Share, 10.50pm, BBC One

It's the finale of this repeat run of the fantastic sitcom from the genius that is Peter Kay.

John enlists the help of his Nan to reluctantly wait in for a parcel delivery, while Kayleigh wants to know where she stands with her colleague.

Will they finally get together, or will his daydreaming soul mate look for a lift elsewhere?

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