Ireland face Slovakia in the play-off semi-final in the bid to make next year's European Championship, there's The Truth About Your Sandwich, Comedy Legends returns with a chap called Chaplin, and it's the finale of Billie Piper's I Hate Suzie . . .

Pick of the Day

Live Euro 2020 Qualifier, 7.00pm, RTÉ2

Stephen Kenny's Ireland face this massive tie against Slovakia, as both sides aim to get to next Summer’s Euros through the play-offs.

It's a high pressure game for Kenny, especially as this is only the Dubliner's third time in charge of the senior squad.

Kick-off is at 7.45pm, and Darragh Maloney will be in studio to present live coverage of the game at the National Football Stadium in Slovakia's capital, Bratislava.

Fingers crossed, Shamrock Rovers’ Jack Byrne (below) gets a run as he’s pretty much the only player in the squad capable of being a game-changer in what could be a very cagey affair.

Don't Miss

The Searchers, 8.0pm, BBC Four

One of the greatest films ever made, John Ford’s epic western is a masterclass of movie-making, and worth watching just for the opening and closing scenes involving a doorway.

Believing the Comanche have abducted his young niece, embittered Ethan Edwards (Wayne) sets out to save her, accompanied by hot-headed Martin, played by Jeffrey Hunter.

They spend years searching for her (hence the title) and their long quest takes a great toll.

Here's Martin Scorsese talking about The Searchers:

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Discovering Film, 7.00pm, Sky Arts

Known for her idiosyncratic personality and androgynous dress style, Diane Keaton began her accomplished career on stage before achieving her first major role playing opposite Al Pacino in The Godfather Trilogy.

Perhaps her most defining work, though, was with director and co-star Woody Allen in the films Play it Again Sam, Sleeper, Love and Death and Annie Hall – the last of which earned her the Academy Award for Best Actress.

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New or Returning Shows

The Truth About Your Sandwich, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Helen Skelton investigates Britain's sandwich industry, including shocking hygiene conditions at a major sandwich chain.

Testing reveals that your average Briton can't always trust the nutritional levels advertised on your high street sandwiches.

Dirty conditions at major production plants are exposed as the programme also reveals how cuts to hospital and food inspection budgets are putting the public at risk.

Hector Africa- A go Z, 9.30pm, TG4

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Hector Ó hEochagáin goes on an African road trip of a lifetime. From safaris to Olympic greats, from tribes to wildlife rangers, from rastas to khat farms, from slums to camel markets, Hector takes on the most dangerous, most volatile journey of his life.

His road trip begins in Addis Ababa where he meets up with one of the greatest distance runners of all time Haile Gebrselassie, checks out the coffee trade and some fashion and then discovers that he has really arrived in 2012 according to their calendar.

Comedy Legends, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

The legendary British comedy writer and TV presenter Barry Cryer returns to study the careers of some of his most admired comedy icons.

Opening this season, he takes a look at the life and career of the one and only Charlie Chaplin (above).

Coming from a background of poverty in London, Chaplin rose to stardom during the silent era through his character The Tramp – a role so iconic that it’s still immediately recognisable over a century after he first appeared and some fifty years after Chaplin’s death.

New to Download

Bigflo & Oli: Presque Trop, Netflix

Go backstage with French rap duo Bigflo & Oli in this music documentary, then join the superstar siblings as they embark on a major tour.

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Ending Today

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

It’s the final episode of this Billie Piper-starring comedy-drama and her character Suzie has to come to terms with her situation.

With no career options left, a fall-out with her friend, tensions with her husband and child, and now the pictures are splashed across the newspapers in all their glory, Suzie's really struggling.

She tries to take some control and gain perspective by becoming the narrator of her own story, and thinking back to the key moments in her life that have led her to where she is now.

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World War II & Cinema, 8.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

In the third and final episode of this series, the unthinkable horrors of the Nazi Holocaust are revealed and filmed by some of the world’s leading film directors.

The German film Downfall, Judgement at Nuremburg, The Young Lions and Schindler’s List tell of the misery, tragedy, and shame of the death camps of the final solution.

Council House Britain, 9.00pm, Channel 4

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There's an Irish angle in this final episode as Frances and Thomas have made the unusual decision of moving from Dublin to spend their retirement on the ninth floor of a Southwark tower block on the Ledbury Estate.

They love their home and the view, but now the block needs major structural work and the couple's retirement plans are in jeopardy.

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