Today's top TV tips include The Late Late Show, the return of Not Going Out, A Discovery of Witches and Would I Lie to You - and a Bowie night on BBC Four . . .

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Campaigner Vicky Phelan, HSE chief Paul Reid, and CNN journalist Donie O'Sullivan are among Ryan Tubridy's guests on this week's Late Late Show.

Vicky Phelan will be telling viewers about her upcoming trip to the US for an experimental new treatment, and why she is preparing to risk spending six precious months away from her family in her fight to stay alive.

Ryan Tubridy will be joined by Paul Reid (below), the CEO of the Health Service Executive, for an up-to-the-minute assessment of how our health system is coping under the impact of this latest surge in the Coronavirus pandemic.

Dr Colm Henry, the Chief Clinical Officer of the HSE and NPHET member, will join Ryan live in studio to oversee the inoculation of six of Ireland's healthcare workers against COVID-19 with the approved vaccine.

Wexford Hurling manager Davy Fitzgerald will join Ryan to discuss how the past year has changed his perspective on hurling and family.

Donie O'Sullivan, the CNN journalist from Kerry who was reporting live from Washington this week as chaos broke out across the US capital, will also be chatting to Ryan.

There will be music from Lucia Evans who will give a very special performance alongside the Discovery Gospel Choir.

Don't Miss

Not Going Out, 9.30pm, BBC One

Lee Mack's long-running comedy is back for yet another run, this time around the late Bobby Ball will be sadly - and sorely - missed as Lee's dad Frank.

To kick things off, social niceties are stretched to snapping point when Lee and Lucy take in a package for their neighbour and inadvertently discover that it contains an embarrassing object that Lee now has to return.

That proves to be easier said than done.

Lee Mack and Sally Bretton

The Graham Norton Show, 11.15pm, BBC One

Among the guests joining Graham tonight are: David Mitchell and Robert Webb, back together for a new season of Back; Regina King, making her directing debut with One Night in Miami; actor Anya Taylor-Joy, starring in The Queen's Gambit; singer Olly Alexander, comedian Mel Giedroyc, and Jimmy Fallon, host of The Tonight Show.

David Bowie: the Last Five Years, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This film opens a bit of a Bowie night, just two days short of the fifth anniversary of his death at the age of 69.

In his final five years, Bowie not only began producing music again, but returned to the core and defining themes of his career.

This documentary traces the core themes from his final works and relates them to his incredible back catalogue.

It's followed by a TOTP2 Bowie special, Bowie at the BBC and The Genius of David Bowie.

New or Returning Shows

A Discovery of Witches, 9pm, Sky One

Dark times are coming in the second season of the supernatural drama, adapted from Deborah Harkness’ All Souls trilogy and set in a world where witches, vampires and daemons live and work alongside humans.

Reluctant witch Diana Bishop and vampire Matthew Clairmont seek refuge in Elizabethan London. There, they must find a powerful witch to help Diana control her magic and search for the elusive Book of Life.

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Would I Lie to You, 9.00pm, BBC One

Rob Brydon is back in the host’s chair with Lee Mack (yeah, him again) and David Mitchell (also double-jobbing on The Graham Norton Show tonight) returning as the team captains.

Sorting the fact from the fiction this week are guests Les Dennis, Richard Osman, Alice Levine and Lou Sanders.

New to Stream

Greed, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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The always entertaining Steve Coogan partners up once again with Michael Winterbottom for a thinly veiled satire on the super-rich.

Coogan stars as retail billionaire Richard McCreadie as he builds up towards a lavish, Roman-themed 60th birthday celebration on the Greek island of Mykonos.

Following a catastrophic performance in front of a parliamentary select committee, the guests are pulling out and there are questions about the planned recreation of the Colosseum scene from Gladiator.

Lupin, Netflix

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Inspired by the adventures of Arsène Lupin, gentleman thief Assane Diop sets out to avenge his father for an injustice inflicted by a wealthy family.

Pretend It’s a City, Netflix

Well worth a look this, as writer Fran Lebowitz discusses life in New York City as a reader, walker and incisive observer of the changes in contemporary culture and the city.

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Inside the World's Toughest Prisons: Season 5, Netflix

Raphael Rowe, who spent years in prison for a crime he didn't commit, volunteers to go behind bars in the Philippines, Greenland and South Africa.

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