It's the final Gogglebox Ireland of this Run, Blindspot returns for a fifth season, Robbie Coltrane stars as Orson Welles in Urban Myths, and Emma Roberts leads the cast in Holidate . . .

Pick of the Day

Gogglebox Ireland, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One

For the last time in this run, Deirdre O'Kane provides the voiceover as a selection of telly addicts comment on the week's programmes from the comfort of their living rooms.

Given current restrictions, watching this lot with their shoes off and feet up is the closest move of us come to hanging out with people from other households. The fact that we’re watching them while they’re watching TV only adds meta to the madness.

Oh, and a big Super-Hooped shout out to Lucan-based Goggleboxer Gary Parsons on Shamrock Rovers’ league win last Saturday.

Don't Miss

There’s Something About Movies, 9.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

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Alan Carr continues to host the third season of Sky’s quirky cinema quiz, with Jennifer Saunders and Michael Sheen returning as team captains.

This week, they’ll be joined by Kelly MacDonald, Daniel Mays and Kevin Bridges – with all three special guests ready to put their movie knowledge to the test.

Urban Myths, 10.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

The BAFTA award-winning Robbie Coltrane - haven’t seen much of him in a while - stars in this week’s tale as the legendary Orson Welles.

The actor/writer/film-maker mysteriously goes missing in Norwich, of all places, in 1972 while working on F for Fake, a faux documentary now regarded as his last masterpiece.

The original Orson

New or Returning Shows

Blindspot, 9.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

Thought this daft drama was long gone, but here we are with a fifth season, long after Jamie Alexander’s amnesiac Jane, covered in tattoos, was first discovered on Manhattan’s Times Square.

The opening episode sees Jane get a strange message from an unknown ally that allows her to mount a rescue mission to free Rich Dotcom from a CIA black site. She’s determined, but she’ll need help from her old rival, Sho Akhtar.

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Sing it Loud: Back and Proud, 11.10pm, Channel 4

From the legendary Ronnie Scott’s in London, Maya Jama presents a one-off celebration for Black History Month, with some of the UK's finest gifted young jazz musicians.

Zara McFarlane, Ashley Henry, Poppy Ajudha, Reuben James and Ayanna Witter-Johnson all take to the world-famous stage to perform their own interpretations of iconic Black protest anthems from Nina Simone, Stevie Wonder, Billie Holiday, Marvin Gaye and James Brown.

Damilola: the Boy Next Door, 9.00pm, Channel 4

These days, Yinka Bokinni (above) is a successful UK radio DJ, TV presenter and writer.

But 20 years ago, she was one of the kids growing up on the North Peckham Estate in south London, where 10-year-old Damilola Taylor was stabbed and left alone to die in a stairwell.

Within months, the entire estate had been bulldozed and all the residents resettled, with Peckham demonised as a 'no-go area' riddled with drugs, gangs and violence.

But Yinka remembers an idyllic childhood, surrounded by a loving family and friends in a tight-knit community. And the boy they all called 'Dami' was her friend.

Now, at the age of 30, and marking the 20th anniversary of Damilola's death, Yinka is ready to confront for the first time the devastating impact her friend's death had on her community and the lives of almost everyone she knew.

Wee Chef! 10.45pm, BBC One

This new series focusses on five 'wee chefs’ among the 16-19-year-olds on a professional cookery apprenticeship at the Met, Belfast's Metropolitan College.

Under the watchful eye of their tutors and a number of industry professionals, this apprenticeship allows the students to learn the basic skills at college while also experiencing the heat of a real-life kitchen.

The trainee chefs start the college term in September 2019. But do they have what it takes to make it in this gruelling industry? And what will happen to their dreams when lockdown hits and the industry goes into free fall?

New to Download

Nobody Sleeps in the Woods Tonight, Netflix

Addicted to technology, a group of teenagers attends a rehabilitation camp in the forest, but a sinister force there intends to take them offline forever.

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Holidate, Netflix

So here we go: a new Christmas film. In October.

Sloane (Emma Roberts) and Jackson (Luke Bracey) hate Christmas holidays as they constantly find themselves single, sitting at the kids table, or stuck with awkward dates.

But when these two strangers meet one particularly bad Christmas, they make a pact to be each other’s ‘holidate’ for every festive occasion throughout the next year.

But as a year of absurd celebrations come to an end, Sloane and Jackson find that sharing everything they hate may just prove to be something they unexpectedly love.

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Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb, Netflix

A team of local archaeologists excavate never before explored passageways, shafts and tombs, piecing together the secrets of Egypt’s most significant find in almost 50 years.

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