Today's top TV includes 'Til Kingdom Come: Trump, Faith and Money, the latest from Fargo and The Style Counsellors, while Gordon, Gino & Fred's Road Trip  and First Dates both return . . .

Pick of the Day

’Til Kingdom Come: Trump, Faith and Money, 9.00pm, BBC Four

As Donald Trump departs from The White House, the scars of his divisive presidency remain deep. They also go much further than the US land mass.

For example, here’s a documentary exploring the close ties between US evangelicals and Israel's foremost philanthropic organisation, and its influence on both nations' foreign policies.

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Don't Miss

Fargo, 10.30pm, TG4

Season four’s coming along nicely, with Jessie Buckley playing a stormer as Oraetta Mayflower, the mysterious nurse from Minnesota who has a habit of killing her patients.

In this week’s episode,  Odis is teamed up with a Mormon lawman, Josto seeks revenge, Gaetano tests the limits of his authority, and Oraetta finds new employment.

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Meanwhile, outlaws Zelmare Roulette and Swanee Capps assist the Smutnys with their financial misfortunes, while Dibrell and Thurman submit to an unannounced home invasion.

The Style Counsellors, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Jessica has just turned 30 and is a healthcare worker living in Meath. She is married to Dave who she met on Tinder. They now have three boys under the age of three.

Twins Louie and Ollie were born unexpectedly when Jessica was only 29 weeks pregnant last March, at the very start of the pandemic. James is their eldest boy.

She is hoping to Suzanne and Eileen can help her find an outfit for their christening.

History's Greatest Mysteries: The Final Hunt for DB Cooper, 9.00pm, Sky History & NOW TV

Hosted by Laurence Fishburne, this series pledges to challenge everything we know about some of the world’s most well-documented and compelling mysteries over four investigative specials.

This episode explores the incredible, unresolved story of the disappearance of D.B. Cooper.

In 1971, an unidentified man - known under the pseudonym "DB Cooper" - hijacked a Boeing 727 aircraft, before stealing lots of money and parachuting to an uncertain fate, never to be seen again

It remains the only unsolved case of air piracy in commercial aviation history.

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New or Returning Shows

Silenced: the Hidden Story of Disabled Britain, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Cerrie Burnell presents a history of disabled people's struggle for human rights in Britain.

The film looks back to the policies in place in Victorian workhouses, uncovering the original records of an institution created to segregate disabled people and stop them from having children.

She also shares inspiring stories of pioneering campaigners for social change, and looks at the challenges still to be faced in the future.

Gordon, Gino & Fred’s Road Trip, 9.0pm, Virgin Media One

Gordon Ramsay, Gino D’Acampo and Fred Sirieux (below) are hitting the highways of Europe and the USA on what promises to be a most outrageous road trip.


Featuring some extreme adventures, sumptuous feasts and their own brand of playful ego bashing, this is sure to be a food tour like never before.

World’s Most Evil Killers, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

This season five opener examines the murders of the man known as the 'Grim Sleeper’.

Lonnie Franklin preyed on Los Angeles women for more than two decades.

Targeting those who were generally young, vulnerable and ignored, he was convicted in 2016 of killing nine women and a teenage girl in a horrific period spanning 1985 to 2007.

Six years later Franklin was sentenced to life on death row exactly 31 years to the day that he’d murdered his first victim.

First Dates, 10.00pm, Channel 4

A parliamentary assistant fears talking politics scares men away, but may have met her match in an outspoken journalist.

A 69-year-old former roadie is looking for someone to settle down with after surviving cancer, while a Lithuanian spa therapist searches for an older man who she can start a family with.

Ending Tonight

Traces, 9.00pm, BBC One

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Far-fetched it most certainly has been, but this drama has also been entertaining.

While Kathy oversees the excavation of Marie's grave, Daniel gives McKinven the lead he needs to make an arrest, but it's the exacting forensic science that finally brings peace for Emma.

The Crash Detectives, 8.30pm, BBC One

When a head-on crash leaves a grandfather dead, Chris discovers the answers could lie in electronic data within the car.

As his mission to access it begins, he unearths an intriguing story of what really led up to the incident.

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