Tonight's top TV includes two John Lennon documentaries, Ireland Under Lockdown: COVID-19 Stories, the Million Dollar Wedding Planner, Banksy, and the latest Best Bits from The Great British Bake Off . . .

Pick of the Day

Jealous Guy: The Assassination of John Lennon, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

Commemorating the 40th anniversary of his murder, this documentary provides an incisive exploration into John Lennon’s life, career and the nature and power of his celebrity.

Exploring the strange parallels between John Lennon and his killer Mark David Chapman, alongside the events that led to their fated meeting in1980, the interweaving of their lives will be the central dramatic device guiding viewers through this story.

Yoko Ono and John Lennon

LENNONYC, 9.05pm, TG4

LENNONYC takes an intimate look at the time Lennon, Yoko Ono and their son, Sean, spent living in New York City during the 1970s.

Following the breakup of the Beatles, Lennon and Ono moved to New York City in 1971, where Lennon sought to escape the mayhem of the Beatles era and focus on his family and private life. 

As much as New York made an impact on Lennon and Ono by offering them an oasis of personal and creative freedom, so too did they shape the city.

LENNONYC features never-before heard studio recordings from the Double Fantasy sessions and never-before-seen outtakes from Lennon in concert and home movies.

Don't Miss

The Twilight Zone, 10.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

Gretchen Mol (Boardwalk Empire, The Notorious Bettie Page) stars in the final story in this season of the rebooted cult anthology series.

Stay-at-home housewife Mrs Warren looks forward to acquiring an enigmatic device that promises to make everything better for everyone forever.

New or Returning Shows

Million Dollar Wedding Planner, 10.10pm, RTÉ2

Here's a little delve into the exclusive world of a woman who organises nuptials for the super-rich in the Far East, taking on just 10 ceremonies a year at an average cost of $1million each.

Ireland Under Lockdown: COVID-19 Stories, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Zara King explores the impact of coronavirus on life in Ireland in this compelling documentary.

She meets families who tragically lost loved ones, explores the effect the virus has had on our mental health and interviews the key public health decision makers including Chief Medical Officer Dr Tony Holohan, Minister Simon Harris and HSE Director General Paul Reid.

The Banksy Job, 89.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

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The equally mysterious and notorious artist Banksy dominates tales from the world of street art.

But in The Banksy Job, the spotlight shines on another character - the gritty, charismatic, and larger-than-life, AK47, an ex-porn star and acid rave promoter turned self-anointed 'art terrorist.’

Declaring himself the villain to Banksy’s hero, AK47 sets out to swipe a well-known piece of Banksy’s public art, in broad daylight, in Central London, no less.

The ensuing heist thriller is told by AK47 himself, and a highly entertaining art-world caper begins.

New to Stream

Lovestruck in the City, Netflix

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Heart stolen by a free-spirited woman after a beachside romance, a passionate architect sets out to reunite with her on the streets of Seoul.

Mr Iglesias: Part 3, Netflix

The school-based comedy returns. As he begins a new relationship, Gabe pushes his students to face their fears, dream big and believe in themselves - lessons he tries to take to heart.

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Ending Today

The Great British Bake Off: Best Bits, 8.00pm, Channel 4

This concluding episode relives how it all started for favourites Val and Liam, pays homage to the UK’s favourite squirrel, delves into the mystery that surrounds the curse of the Star Baker and gets to grips with the history of the Hollywood handshake.

And that, dear Bake Off fans, is it until late next year.

The Truth About Amazon: Can You Trust It This Christmas? 9.00pm, Channel 4

The first Covid-19 Christmas is going to look very different. With the high street effectively closed, Amazon is poised to cash in more than ever.

If Amazon is the new normal in retail, then this show is an invaluable guide to how to make your cash go further.

While many are feeling the pinch about money, we are also desperate for some festive joy, meaning this is essential viewing for tips and tricks on what to buy and what not to buy on Amazon this Christmas.

Helen Skelton and Sabrina Grant show how to find hidden discounts on your favourite premium-brand items.

They investigate the mysterious Amazon parcels that arrive full of goods you never ordered; and they explain why you should be very wary of buying children's toys on the site.

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