There's Mannix Flynn's's Land Without God, Billie Piper stars in I Hate Suzie, The Directors looks at James L Brooks, Location, Location, Location celebrates 20 Years and Counting - and it's time up for Mandy and Squeamish About . . .

Pick of the Day

Land Without God, 10.10pm,  RTÉ One

Mannix Flynn's very personal documentary an intimate documentary film is about place and memory.

The disgrace of child sexual abuse in Ireland's residential institutions has been well documented, but too often those at the centre of the scandal have been the objects rather than the subjects of these investigations.

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I Hate Suzie, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Billie Piper reunites with writer Lucy Prebble in this new drama about the moment in life when the mask slips, asking if any of us can survive being well and truly 'known’.

Suzie Pickles has come a long way from her days as a teen pop star, living in her Idyllic home in the country with a gorgeous son with her equally perfect husband.

One fateful day Suzie discovers compromising photos have been hacked from her phone. With her best friend and manager Naomi working on damage limitation, Suzie braces for impact.

Then, as the dust settles, Suzie and Naomi develop a plan to deny the hell out of it.

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Celebrity MasterChef: a Recipe for Success, 8.00pm, BBC One

John Torode and Gregg Wallace (below) recall some of the best and the worst reviews of the celebrities’ creations.

From members of the Women’s Institute to previous finalists and restaurant critics, the role of the external opinion is always a crucial one.

They also revisit a classic challenge from 2011 where the five semi-finalists were tasked with cooking much-loved recipes suggested by residents of a retirement village.

The Directors, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

A TV writer who would go on to direct acclaimed Hollywood films, it speaks volumes that James L Brooks is probably best known as one of the founding fathers of The Simpsons.

In fairness, his achievements on the small screen are considerable.

After finding great success creating the groundbreaking (and much-loved) Mary Tyler Moore Show in 1970 and the hugely influential (and just as loved) Taxi in 1978, Brooks moved into movies and produced, wrote and directed the critically-acclaimed Terms of Endearment, for which he won three Academy Awards.

In 1984, Brooks founded Gracie Films and returned to television as producer of The Tracy Ullman Show, for which he hired cartoonist Matt Groening to create a series of shorts that became The Simpsons, adding many Emmy Awards to Brooks’ incredible collection.

Brooks work in cinema did not end with his return to television, however, and he received further acclaim for his films As Good as It Gets and Spanglish, and helped launch the careers of both Cameron Crowe and Wes Anderson.

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Face to Face: Evelyn Waugh, 11.05pm, BBC Four

Here’s a rare chance to see some classic tv interviewing as John Freeman faced a difficult subject in Evelyn Waugh when he met him way back in 1960.

Waugh, author of Brideshead Revisited, was in characteristically obstructive frame of mind. The result is a rare glimpse into the life and temperament of one of the greatest novelists of this century.

New or Returning Shows

Location, Location, Location: 20 Years and Counting, 8.00pm, Channel 4

On the 20th anniversary of Location, Location, Location, in this new season Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer (below) look back on their 20 years of house-hunting.

In this episode, Kirstie and Phil look back on two decades of helping first time buyers.

Starting with their first ever televised house-hunt with Kate, Kirstie and Phil pull out all the stops to help get people on the property ladder.

Doctors Michelle and Philip live three hours apart and are desperate to buy and start living together. Sam and Jess want a character property and while Jess is keen on renovating, Sam isn't, which makes for a tricky search.

Cops v Criminals: Crime & Punishment, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This documentary follows Hampshire Constabulary's Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney and her officers, as they tackle domestic violence and the reporting of historic sex offences.

Almost 20% has been stripped out of police budgets since 2010 and 22,000 officers have been lost, while, at the same time, the reporting of serious crime has increased, and more is expected.

The police are under pressure like never before.

Fighting the Power: Britain After George Floyd, 10.45pm, BBC One

George Floyd’s killing in the US state of Minnesota sparked protests about policing, privilege and a revolution in race relations.

Britain presents itself as a beacon of racial tolerance, but with demonstrations sweeping the country, organisers believe that they are closer than ever to changing the way British institutions and individuals treat black people across the UK.

There have been multiple campaigns for equality and justice for black British communities in the past, but none quite like this.

From Premier League football clubs, to superstar actors like John Boyega, the message is loud and uncompromising: Black Lives Matter. Daniel Henry follows the UK campaign.

Ending Today

Mandy, 9.30pm, BBC Two

It’s the season finale for Diane Morgan’s latest creation.

It is dinner at Trent Manor, and everyone around the table has a motive for murdering Lord Trent. But who did?

Mandy wasn't invited to the manor, so she is off doing something else.

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Squeamish About, 10.30pm, BBC Two

Matt Berry’s Squeamish offers his unique take on the countryside, shining a distorted light on ancient customs and modern rural life.

From Stonehenge to the rights and rituals of the Druids, May Day festivals to the still-popular pastime of gurning, Squeamish offers some distinctive opinions on Britain’s farmlands and the folk who live there.

Squeamish uses a unique selection of archive footage and plays fast and loose with the facts to create a joyously surreal whistlestop tour of Britain’s relationship with the countryside.

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