Tonight's top telly includes the finale of The Good Fight, a look at the career of comedian Eric Sykes, a documentary about Elon Musk, and some more fun and games on Taskmaster . . .

Pick of the Day

The Good Fight, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

It’s the season four finale of the legal drama spin-off from The Good Wife, starring Christine Baranski and an amazing cast.

At the request of the U.S. Attorney, Reddick, Boseman and Lockhart investigate the death of Jeffrey Epstein and examine the conspiracies relating to his life.

Liz, Marissa and team toil between the evidence that it was a suicide, or a murder. Ultimately, it’s the perfect example of Memo 618 in action.

Meanwhile, the name partners realise their overseer at STR Laurie is one step ahead, forcing Diane, Adrian and Liz to conduct layoffs.

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Comedy Legends, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

A look back at the life and works of a true British comedy great, the late and much-loved Eric Sykes (below).

Starting his career by writing and working alongside some of the greats of the time - including Spike Milligan, Tony Hancock, and Tommy Cooper - Sykes soon became a star in his own right with a string of successful BBC comedy series alongside Hattie Jacques.

His comedy career spanned five decades before his death in 2012, and he would even be immortalised on children’s TV by announcing the Teletubbies both in the introduction of the programme, and on the number one hit single that followed.

Ugly House to Lovely House with George Clarke, 8.00pm, Channel 4

George looks back on radical transformations from across the series, including an awful 80s house that was mostly garage, a depressing bungalow with fake-leaded windows, and a house where the only access to the garden was through a bedroom.

Discovering Film, 7.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Referred to as "British cinema's one undisputed romantic man in the 1930s", Robert Donat is perhaps bet remembered for starring in Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, and his Oscar-winning role in Goodbye, Mr Chips.

It’s testament to his work that he achieved as much as he did and yet, due to a chronic asthma condition, his career was limited to just 20 films.

Taskmaster, 9.00pm, Channel 4

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The comedy game show continues, with contestants Daisy May Cooper, Johnny Vegas, Katherine Parkinson, Mawaan Rizwan and Richard Herring.

Mawaan is not at all fazed when faced with a task involving office chairs, chickens and remote control cars, though the same can't be said for the other competitors.

Elsewhere, Daisy tries to decipher mysterious messages from Richard, and Katherine is baffled by a giant marble.

Brief Encounter, 8.30pm, BBC Four

For the second week in succession, the BBC Four movie classic is a repeat of the previous Saturday afternoon’s offering on BBC Two.

Still, it’s another chance to see an add-free screening of David Lean’s wonderful film, based on a play by Noel Coward, starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard (below) as two doomed lovers who meet at a train station.

It’s frightfully old-fashioned, which only adds to its charm.

Pandemic - The Flu That Killed 50 Million, 9.00pm, BBC Two

It is 1918 and the end of WWI. Millions have died, and the world is exhausted by war.

But soon a new horror is sweeping the world, a terrifying virus that will kill more than fifty million people - the Spanish flu.

Using dramatic reconstruction and eyewitness testimony from doctors, soldiers, civilians and politicians, this one-off special brings to life the onslaught of the disease, the horrors of those who lived through it and the efforts of the pioneering scientists desperately looking for the cure.

Narrated by Christopher Eccleston (below), the film also asks whether, a century later, the lessons learnt in 1918 might help us fight a future global flu pandemic.

New or Returning Shows

Vice Versa: Between Musk and Mars, 10.00pm, Vice

He's one of the richest people in the world, now Elon Musk is trying to establish a human settlement on Mars, but he's destroying one on Earth in the process.

This documentary looks at how Musk took over the Texan town of Boco Chica in 2002, making way for a luxury resort and a launchpad for his rockets.

But not everyone there has succumbed to Musk, and those who have remained regard Musk as a very ruthless individual.

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Mosul, Netflix

When ISIS took their homes, families and city, one group of men fought to take it all back.

Based on true events, this is the story of the Nineveh SWAT team, a renegade police unit who waged a guerrilla operation against ISIS in a desperate struggle to save their home city of Mosul.

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Ending Today

Maxxx, 10.00pm, Channel 4

In the final batch of double episodes, As Maxxx's life flashes before his eyes, he is forced to confront the kind of man he has become. Comedy, written by and starring O-T Fagbenle.

In the finale, the singer is shooting his first solo music video but is terrified he will come across as pretentious. Tamzin feels guilty, while Amit and Rose are on a mission.

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