There's an RTÉ Investigates special called Future Health Care, a documentary about Frank Sidebottom, stylish drama Mrs America continues, while it's goodbye to Grey's Anatomy and the brilliant Bears About the House . . .

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RTÉ Investigates: Future Health Care, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This special looks into how the delivery of healthcare has radically changed in the wake of Covid-19, focusing on the lengths hospitals have to go to ensure patient safety.

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Mrs America, 9.00pm, BBC Two

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It’s up to parts five and six of this star-studded (Cate Blanchett, Rose Byrne, Uzo Aduba and Elizabeth Banks  for starters) and stylish drama about the political movement to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in the US.

First up, it’s 1973, and with 33 of the necessary 38 states ratifying the Equal Rights Amendment, Phyllis Schlafly's campaign has polarised opinion in the critical state of Illinois.

The proponents offer her a challenge to publicly debate the issues, but are surprised by a counter-offer for a 'couple's debate' on national television.

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Being Frank: the Chris Sievey Story, 10.00pm, Sky Arts

Steve Sullivan's documentary explores the life and career of musician and comedian Chris Sievey, who found relative fame wearing the papier-mache (and later fibreglass) head of alter ego Frank Sidebottom.

This is a brilliant story, by the way.

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The Look of Silence, 10.00pm, Sky Documentaries

A middle-aged optician confronts the men who murdered his brother during the Indonesian genocide. Powerful companion piece to The Act of Killing.

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Signs, Netflix

When a young woman's murder shows similarities to a decade-old cold case, a new police commander must break the silence permeating an Owl Mountain town.

Fear City: New York vs The Mafia, Netflix

This docuseries chronicles how the feds took down the five mafia empires of New York City at the height of their powers during the 1980s.

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Grey's Anatomy, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

The long-running medical drama’s 16th season came to a sudden and far from ideal stop thanks to Covid-19 with this 21st episode.

Link tries to get Amelia to take it easy as she reaches the final stages of her pregnancy, while Owen gets a shock.

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White Gold, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

Vincent has to decide who to take to Spain with him, and with his relationship with Sam on the rocks, he considers the idea of running away with Jo and the children.

Meanwhile, Fitzpatrick makes an unwelcome discovery when he finds RJ in bed with his wife Maureen, and having returned from Malta, a mishap during a sale lands Lavender in hospital.

Glór Tíre: Rogha & Togha, 9.00pm, TG4

Featuring country singer Shawn Cuddy, with the runner-up of the Glor Tire competition, Regina McDermott.

Bears About the House, 8.00pm, BBC Two

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Conservationist Giles Clark continues his mission to tackle the illegal wildlife trade and to help build a pioneering new bear sanctuary in Laos.

The team are on the road for 14 hours after rescuing two terrified moon bear cubs that were taken from the wild a week ago.

The cubs, called David and Jane, are five months old and were seized by the authorities after they were discovered for sale illegally online. Giles takes the cubs home, as they need around the clock specialist care.

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