There's a Prime Time special about the US Presidential election, the third season of Killer in My Village begins, there’s a celebration of Children in Need, and Shamrock Rovers land some silverware . . .

Pick of the Day

Prime Time, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

A special programme analysing the US election results - well, the ones that are so far completed. Hopefully, a clear picture will have emerged by this time.

Presented by Miriam O’Callaghan (below), Prime Time will be going out around tea-time in New York, so things should be getting lively by then on the other side of the Atlantic.

Don't Miss

Don’t Rock the Boat, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

It’s day three of the celebrity rowing race around the coast of the UK, presented by Freddie Flintoff and AJ Odudua.

As the celebrities reach Northern Ireland and the Scottish islands, tensions emerge on board as the famous faces deal with rough waters at sea.

I'm normally not a big reality TV fan, but it sure beats the reality of reality there days. If you know what I mean.

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Wednesday Night Soccer, 7.30pm, RTÉ2

It's 18-times champions Shamrock Rovers v St Patrick's Athletic (Kick-off 7.45pm) in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division, which takes place at Tallaght Stadium.

The result is academic, though Stephen Bradley’s Hoops will be aiming to become the first club to go unbeaten in a season since, eh, Shamrock Rovers back in the 1920s.

After the game, the Hoops will be presented with the Premier Division and officially crowned champions of Ireland for the 18th time.

Shamrock Rovers' boss Stephen Bradley

The Noughties, 10.00pm, BBC Two

The light-hearted look at the social and cultural changes society went through since the turn of the 21st century continues.

This week, Angela Scanlon, Kimberley Walsh and Dane Baptiste take a light-hearted look back at the year 2002, from Justin Timberlake's clothing to the BBC’s Spooks television series.

New or Returning Shows

Children in Need: 40 Fabulous Years, 8.00pm, BBC One

Presenter Ade Adepitan is the guide on what promises to be a funny, poignant, revealing and surprising numerical tour across four decades of Children In Need.

Pudsey and the late great Terry Wogan

Killer in My Village, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

In the first of a new season of the series about small town murders, here’s the case of Mitesh Patel, a pharmacist from Middlesbrough who presented himself as a well-mannered family man.

But behind closed doors, his wife suffered from his violent outburst, and would eventually be murdered by him in a carefully orchestrated plot to allow him to start a new life with his secret boyfriend.

A Bloody Legacy, 8.15pm, PBS America

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This two-part documentary examines conflicts past and present between eastern Europe and the Middle East, including the Polish-Soviet war of 1919-1920.

Basically, the Treaty of Versailles that followed the end of The Great War in 1918 laid the groundwork for many later conflicts, including World War II and many that are still ongoing.

It's almost like we’ll never learn from history. We certainly haven't so far.

Life & Rhymes, 10.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Get set for a celebration of the spoken word. Hosted by Benjamin Zephaniah, some of the country’s leading spoken word performers light up the mic with their lyrical creativity.

The poets perform in front of a live, committed audience of spoken word fans. Each week, Benjamin opens up the floor to give members of the audience the opportunity to spontaneously take part in the show, with the opening episode featuring special guests Jamal (aka Kid Anansi), Molly Case, Charles T Dale, Samira Rhymes and Simeon Farrar.

New to Download

Love and Anarchy, Netflix

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When Sofie, a career driven consultant and married mother of two, gets an assignment to modernize an old publishing house she meets young IT technician Max, and an unexpected flirtatious game begins.

Sofie and Max secretly challenge each other to do things that question societal norms. It starts innocently enough, but as the game gets more and more daring the consequences grow beyond proportions.

Ending Today

Ambulance, 9.00pm, BBC One

It’s 10pm on Friday night, and Abbie and Ben, along with Kieran and Mick, are amongst the 320 crews on duty in the capital.

Reports are coming in of an armed male on the loose, but it’s a call for a reported stabbing seven miles away which takes priority.

Incident response officer Andy is dispatched to the scene to take charge.

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