In tonight's top TV, The Good Fight gets back to reality, Sara Pascoe’s new comedy Out of Her Mind arrives, Eat Well for Less? returns and The Trump Show continues . . .

Pick of the Day

The Good Fight, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

After last week’s alternative present episode, it’s back to regular business for Christine Baranski and co.

Diane decides to defend a restaurant owner whose business is under threat from a wealthy developer, while Julius is handed a mysterious memo during his first case as a federal judge.

Also: Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart adjust to their new environment as a subsidiary of the enormous, multinational law firm STR Laurie, and Luca gets close to her client during a high profile divorce case.

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The Trump Show, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This episode brings reminders of Donald Trump's biggest challenge to date - the 2016 scandal that threatened to upend his campaign for office when recordings of Trump talking about 'grabbing’ women came to light.

But Trump weathered that storm with an extraordinary moment of audacious showmanship, proving that bullish, bold narratives play well with his audience.

It looks briefly like Stormy might have the power to out-Trump Trump, but he brazenly withstands pressure from the press, even in the face of new revelations from his former lawyer Michael Cohen.

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, 8.00pm, BBC Four

John Wayne’s back again in this week’s classic film on BBC Four, yet another John Ford Western gem.

In the second in Ford's cavalry trilogy, US Cavalry Captain Nathan Cutting Brittles (Wayne) suffers a setback on his last mission and is 'retired' before he can take further action. To avert a full-scale war, he decides to act alone.

Shamrock Rovers' fans will be familiar with the film's theme tune, which has become an anthem sung every time the FAI Cup comes around.

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Discovering Film , 7.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Here’s a close look at Tommy Lee Jones, the US actor best probably known for his roles in 1993 thriller The Fugitive and Men in Black, from 1997.

Born in Texas in 1946, Jones also had parts in some of the biggest films of the last 30 years, such as JFK (1992), Batman Forever (1995), Double Jeopardy (1999) and No Country For Old Men (2007).

New or Returning Shows

Out of Her Mind, 11.30pm, BBC Two

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Panel show perennial Sara Pascoe plays a fictitious version of herself in this new comedy.

Sarah reacts badly to her sister Lucy’s announcement that she is engaged to her boyfriend Stefan and attempts to justify her position of negativity with scientific evidence that what we call love is mere chemicals.

Her analogy upsets Lucy even more and winds up her best friend Scoopy – who reminds Sara that she reacted in exactly the same way when she announced her pregnancy.

Lucy points out that Sara was also engaged once, but this doesn’t help.

Eat Well for Less? 8.00pm, BBC One

Gregg Wallace

Gregg Wallace and Chris Bavin are in Bromsgrove with the Killeens. This call for help is a bit different, as it is Karen and John’s grown-up children, Kim and Alex, who got in touch.

After a tough year caring for Karen’s elderly mother and dealing with the loss of John’s brother, the couple’s diets have taken a back seat. Surviving on sweet treats, snacks, takeaways and eating out means healthy eating has gone out the window.

Alex and Kim may have flown the nest, but they remain concerned for their parents’ health, and in a last bid attempt to get them to change their ways, they have called for backup.

The Real 'Des': The Dennis Nilsen Story, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

This is a documentary exploring the personality of British serial killer Dennis Nilsen, who murdered up to 15 young men, disposing of their bodies in his garden and down the drain

New to Download

The Alienist: Angel of Darkness, Netflix

Sara Howard calls on her friends Dr Laszlo Kreizler and journalist John Moore for assistance when she’s hired to find the Spanish ambassador’s kidnapped baby, leading to the discovery of a disturbing series of murders.

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You Me Her: Season 5, Netflix

In this new run of the comedy about a polyamorous relationship, Izzy returns to Portland to find that life has continued on without her.

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Ending Today

It's a Park's Life, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

The documentary examines the history of the Farmleigh Clock - one of the most recognisable fixtures of Dublin's Phoenix Park - which was erected in 1880.

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