Julian McMahon stars in new procedural drama FBI: Most Wanted, It's a Park's Life returns, Brian Johnson Meets Dave Grohl, Shamrock Rovers face AC Milan and there' a tribute to the late writer Eugene McCabe . . .

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FBI: Most Wanted, 10.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

From Emmy Award-winning producer Dick Wolf and the team behind the hit crime procedural series FBI and the Law & Order franchise, comes yet another drama, this time following the Fugitive Task Force.

Headed by seasoned, enigmatic agent Jess LaCroix (Julian McMahon from Nip/Tuck) this group of highly skilled agents functions as a mobile undercover unit that tirelessly pursues those who are most desperate to elude justice.

In the opening episode, LaCroix and his elite team track a doctor who’s deeply involved in a world of organised crime, drugs and lies, on the run after a phone call records him delivering his wife’s fatal shot.

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Europa League Qualifier: Shamrock Rovers v AC Milan, 6.30pm, RTÉ2

It's not often that an Irish team gets to play one of the giants of European football, but Shamrock Rovers can now add Milan to the likes of Real Madrid and Juventus as visitors to Tallaght Stadium.

The Hoops host the Rossoneri for a place in the third round of Europa League qualifiers and, while it would be incredible if Stephen Bradley's boys claimed this scalp, it is a one-off game and the likes of Jack Byrne, Joey O'Brien and Alan Mannus won't be overawed by the opposition.

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New or Returning Shows

It's a Park's Life, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

Back for a new run, this hugely enjoyable look at daily life at Phoenix Park in Dublin returns as the All-Ireland Polo Club holds its President's Day Competition, and Brian and Meeda get to work in the Walled Garden.

Writer in Profile: Eugene McCabe, 11.15pm, RTÉ One

A tribute to the late author and playwright Eugene McCabe (above), whose works included the RTÉ trilogy Victims, Siege and Heritage, and the historical novel Death and Nightingales.

Brian Johnson Meets Dave Grohl, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

It’s a meeting of rock legends as AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson meets Foo Fighters and former Nirvana star Dave Grohl at the Foo’s Los Angeles recording studio to share stories about life on the road.

Having played in several bands over the years as either a full-time member or a special guest, Grohl has confided that AC/DC is the last band he’s dreamed of playing drums for, so this is a once in a lifetime meeting with one of the greatest rock idols.

Here's a Dave Grohl tribute to AC/DC's Malcolm Young:

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DIY SOS: The Big Build: Hessle, 8.00pm, BBC One

Nick Knowles and the team travel to Hessle, near Hull in East Yorkshire, to transform the home of Darren Hudson, who was left paralysed from the waist down due to a spinal cord injury.

After three months of hospital rehabilitation, Darren returned home to his family, but tragedy struck again eight days later when his wife Sarah died suddenly.

Since that moment, Darren and his three sons have been living in emotional trauma, with the wheelchair-using dad now the main carer for the family.

Sky Arts Late, 10.30pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

A new late night, feature-length monthly arts and culture show, with Tim Marlow (above) hosting alongside a cast of leading and new voices from across the arts.

Featuring original perspectives, topical debate, critical discussion, and performance, the first edition of this lively and provocative series will assess the importance of culture in the nation’s recovery from Covid-19 and how it is reshaping creativity.

Saving Lives at Sea, 8.00pm, BBC Two

At Swanage lifeboat station, brothers Matt and Gavin, following in their father's footsteps, race to rescue a pair of novice paddleboarders before they are swept out into the busy shipping lanes.

On the north east coast, the Withernsea crew scours the North Sea for a local fisherman and friend who is missing at sea, while in Blackpool, a volunteer's wedding day is interrupted by an urgent call for help.

New to Download

The Last Word, Netflix

In the aftermath of her husband’s death, a woman unexpectedly finds a new source of energy and a lust for life - as she becomes a professional eulogist to the surprise of her family and friends.

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Horrid Henry's Gross Day Out, Netflix

Worlds collide when Henry makes plans to spend Saturday on the sofa watching a 'Gross Class Zero’ marathon - and his favourite characters come to life!

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