RTÉ Investigates: Stuck in the Rough looks at life for the homeless, Mark Kermode's Secrets of Cinema explores Pop Music Movies, US comedy AP Bio returns, while it’s the finale of real-life drama Honour . . .

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RTÉ Investigates: Stuck in the Rough, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Life for many during the pandemic has been quite an ordeal.

Those of us lucky enough to have a roof over our head can only wonder how tough life must be for the many people who, for a variety of reasons, find themselves homeless and on the streets at this time.

Here’s an RTÉ Investigates report following the lives of rough sleepers and homeless people who use hostels, examining the challenges they face and the difficulties they face in getting off the streets.

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Mark Kermode’s Secrets of Cinema: Pop Music Movies, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Whether you’re just a casual fan of cinema or a hardcore movie buff, this series makes for excellent viewing.

This week Kermode (below) examines techniques and conventions within a genre that mixes film and music and encompasses many forms, from drama and comedy to fantasy and documentary.

There’s the classic pop star vehicle, where the biggest acts play themselves, or a version of themselves, as well as dramatised accounts of the stars' lives that dazzle with musical set pieces, while playing on the fascination with the darker side of fame.

Pulling with My Parents, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

In this week’s show, dancer Tyricke's aunts help him enter the dating world, while Annabel is under pressure to deliver some grandchildren for mother Sandra and dad John.

New or Returning Shows

AP Bio, 9.00pm, Sky Comedy

School is back in session in the third run of the Grade A comedy as Glenn Howerton and Patton Oswalt return as slightly sociopathic philosophy teacher trapped teaching biology in the uninspiring and unglamorous wold of Tuledo, Ohio.

The season kicks off with a bang as when Jack is disappointed with the popcorn maker he orders, he and the students plot revenge.

Helen goes back to school to get her high school degree and chaos ensues in Principal Durbin's office in her absence.

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Made for Murder, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

Managing to evade justice for forty years, Stephen Hough was finally convicted for the murder and sexual assault of 15-year-old Flintshire girl, Janet Commins.

Over four decades, Janet’s killer built a conventional life for himself where he married and kept a steady job, all in the knowledge that an innocent man had been imprisoned for the crimes he committed years ago.

What made it possible to live with himself ? This show examines if he was made for murder.

Shut-Ins: Britain's Fattest People, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The return of the documentary revealing what life is like for the UK's most overweight people, following two of them as they attempt to regain control of their lives.

Twenty-three-year-old AJ is Airdrie and has been mostly shut in for the last six years and is now barely able to move, having to rely on mother Sharon for all aspects of care.

They consult bariatric surgeon Professor Kerrigan, who declines to offer surgery until both AJ and Sharon make some major changes to their diet and lifestyle.

Cornwall: This Fishing Life, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The return of the documentary about the county's fishing communities, beginning in the popular tourist resort of Newquay as restrictions begin to ease after the coronavirus lockdown.

It’s not a moment too soon for the town's fishermen, most of whom have been tied up for months, and with lost time to catch up on, and livelihoods on the line, the fleet is steaming into a summer like no other.

Wait’ll they get a load of Brexit!

Murdoch Mysteries, 9.00pm, Alibi

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A vaudeville comic's death leads Murdoch to suspect that Charlie Chaplin was the intended target. Meanwhile, Henry Higgins is elated to hear Ruth's news.

Devon and Cornwall, 8.00pm, Channel 4

This series looks at life in the two English seaside counties, beginning by meeting the people who live and work along the beautiful and rugged coastline.

In Looe on the south coast of Cornwall, the whole community gears up for one of the biggest events of the year - the one-mile wild swim from St George's Island back to the town beach.

On the heel of Cornwall in Gweek, clean ocean campaigner Steve Green and his band of volunteers paddle to hard-to-reach beaches along the peninsula to rid the shoreline of plastic flotsam.

Ending Tonight

Honour, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

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The final episode of this two-part factual drama, starring Keeley Hawes, who playsthe real-life detective, DCI Caroline Goode.

She’s the one who brought five killers to justice in the heart-breaking true story of Banaz Mahmod, the young Londoner murdered for falling in love with the wrong man.

Tonight, Banaz’s body is found, but the DNA evidence is destroyed when a water pipe bursts. But evidence from the phone taps lead to her father and uncle standing trial.

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