Home - My Year In The Housing Crisis does exactly what the title suggests, as does Covid 19: Hope Survives, while Pretending I'm Superman looks at Tony Hawk's phenomenal Pro Skater video game, meanwhile Lovecraft Country continues to surprise . . .

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Home - My Year In The Housing Crisis, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Documentary filmed over the course of a year, delving beneath the statistics to tell the story of what `home" looks like across Ireland in 2020.

There are people such as Kim and Mark O'Reilly, a young married couple sharing a bed with their 4-year-old daughter Evelyn as they save a deposit on a home of their own.

Given the way the rental market is these days, they felt they had little choice but to delay having more children while they moved in with Mark's parents in Dublin's Donaghmede.

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Lovecraft Country, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

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The looniest show since Lost continues on its very singular path.

After making a devil’s bargain with William, Ruby steps into the charmed shoes of a white woman, but her transformation only fortifies her resentment of the racial divide.

A betrayal by Montrose unleashes Atticus’ pent up rage, leaving Leti deeply disturbed and sending Montrose into the comforting arms of his secret lover.

Covid 19: Hope Survives, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One

Zara King explores the impact of coronavirus on life in Ireland, and talks to scientists and medical professionals working to treat infected patients and develop a vaccine.

New or Returning Shows

Pretending I’m Superman, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

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The skateboarding industry was going through a major crisis in the early 1990s.

But that was all about to change with the introduction of the X-Games and the debut of one of the world’s most influential video game franchises.

In 1999, the video game Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater sold an amazing 9,000,000 copies on release and changed the skateboarding scene forever.

As the series prepares to find a new generation of fans with its long awaited remake, this film tells the story behind the game that changed lives and shaped a generation.

Inside the Bomb Squad, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Documentary following the work of the British Army soldiers who defuse bombs in the UK, providing an insight into the training they receive at `Bomb School' in Bicester.

Sergeant Alex `Swansea' Hughes is called out at night to a woodland near Clitheroe, where a dog walker has found an explosive dating back to the Second World War.

Swansea must make it safe by taking it to a large open field and blowing it up.

Meanwhile, Sergeant Sam Jones - a veteran of Afghanistan - has seen a spike in the number of calls the bomb squad receive in the UK due to the craze of magnet fishing.

Exhibition on Screen, 7.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Pablo Picasso (below) is one of the greatest artists of all time - and right up until his death in 1973 he was also one of the most prolific.

Many films have dealt with these later years: the art, the affairs and the wide circle of friends. But where did this all begin? What made Picasso in the first place?

Three cities play a key role: Malaga, Barcelona and Paris. This documentary visits each and explores their influence on Picasso, focusing on specific artworks from these early years.

Battle of Britain 80, 9.00pm, Sky history & NOW TV

Sky History commemorates the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of Britain with three films airing across one evening.

Beginning at 9pm, Battle of Britain 80: Allies in the Air offers a perspective of the critical period in 1940, with Britain in crisis after defeat in Europe.

The film explores the moments that lead to one of the Second World War’s most famous battles and reveals stories of British, French, Czech and Polish actions that contributed to the defence of the UK.

Battle of Britain: The Race for the Radar follows at 10pm, to investigate the Nazis’ daring Zeppelin spy mission and one of the Third Reich’s most significant wartime blunders.

Rounding off the programming at 11pm Is the first instalment of the three-part series Battle of Britain, which tells a story of human endeavour and the contest between British and German air forces which became a defining point of the Second World War.

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Yung Filly's Celeb Lock-In, 12.40am, BBC One

Filly is joined by EastEnders and TikTok star Maisie Smith and her mum Julia. All of the teams hail from bonny Scotland. Expect humorous lip-syncs, house tours and lots of chaos.

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Close Enough, Netflix

A married couple tries to keep - and stay - cool as they move on from partying in their 20s to parenting in their 30s in this adult animated series.

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Ending Today

The Yorkshire Job Centre, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This concluding episode of the documentary series follows Ray, a 63-year-old piano tuner who has been coming to the Jobcentre for two years, but his struggles with technology are making his job search difficult.

Suraya used to work in beauty, before leaving to be a full-time mother for 16 years. Now that her children are grown up, the 48-year-old wants to get back into the industry, but it has evolved in her absence.

Elsewhere, 50-year-old Neil was made redundant eight months ago and is using his savings to get by. He does voluntary work in the community, but needs a paid job to cover his mortgage.

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