Tonight's top telly tips include The Late Late Show, The Graham Norton Show, It's a Sin, a night of returning Chicago shows, Roy Orbison - and new reality show Buried by the Bernards . . .

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris will join Ryan Tubridy to talk about his career, former Ireland rugby head coach Joe Schmidt will be speaking from New Zealand, while Katie Price will talk about her eldest son Harvey as he turns 18.

This Sunday is St Valentine's Day, so there will be a special nod to love on this week’s show.

With the return of First Dates Ireland, Ryan will be speaking to four hopeful singletons from the series about their experiences trying to find love in these pandemic times.

Also: internet comedy star Stevo Timothy will speak to Ryan about a harrowing life-changing event that made him reassess his life choices, while rising star Sorcha Richardson will be in studio to perform her song Don't Talk About It.

Katie and Harvey Price

Don't Miss

The Graham Norton Show, 11.15pm, BBC One

Joining Graham tonight are actress Daniel Kaluuya, Hollywood star Sienna Miller (below), Hustle star Adrian Lester, Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik and top comics (and husband and wife) Marcus Brigstocke and Rachel Parris. With music from Arlo Parks.

It’s a Sin, 9.00pm, Channel 4

We’re now up to March 1988 in Russell T Davies’s brilliant drama, as Ritchie (Olly Alexander) and Jill (Lydia West) hatch a scheme to buy the Pink Palace.

Meanwhile, Ash (Nathaniel Curtis) finds himself battling Clause 28, and Roscoe (Omari Douglas) hopes that his secret lover can take him far away from his ordinary life.

But secrets are being kept, and Ritchie knows that he'll have to come out to his parents.

A lonely journey home to the Isle of Wight turns into a dark night of the soul when Ritchie has to confront certain truths.

Chicago Med, 8.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

There hours of Chicago-based drama begins at the hospital.

In the season six premiere, the entire staff at Chicago Med adjusts to the new normal of the pandemic. Dr Choi, Dr Lanik and April fight on the front lines. Dr. Halstead and Hannah face a troubling reality. Dr Charles tries to clear the air with his daughter following recent developments.

Followed at 9.00pm by the season six opener of Chicago Fire (my favourite of the three shows), which then leads into season eight of Chicago PD.

Roy Orbison: Love Hurts, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Here’s a welcome repeat of an excellent and quite moving documentary about one of the greatest singers (and songwriters) of the 20th Century, and a man who shouldered more than his fair share of tragedy.

While his musical career was largely filled with success, Roy Orbison suffered terrible misfortune in his personal life, losing his wife and two of his children in successive tragedies.

His legacy is revealed through intimate interviews with Orbison's three surviving sons, featuring previously unseen home videos as Alex, Roy Jr and Wesley Orbison recall their famous father.

Wesley's contribution could easily bring you to tears. It certainly left me in a heap.

New or Returning Shows

Stonehenge: the Lost Circle Revealed, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Professor Alice Roberts follows a decade-long historical quest to reveal a hidden secret of the famous bluestones of Stonehenge.

Using cutting-edge research, a dedicated team of archaeologists led by Professor Mike Parker Pearson have painstakingly compiled evidence to fill in a 400-year gap in knowledge, and to show that the original stones of this iconic monument had a previous life.

New to Stream

Buried by the Bernards, Netflix

Here’s a reality show with a difference - it’s about a funeral home. And not just any funeral home.

In 2017, Ryan Bernard opened the doors to R Bernard Funeral Services, offering complete, yet affordable funeral packages to help his community deal with exponentially high funeral costs.

In this line of work, the Bernards can't neglect supporting each other and have their own special recipe for preserving their relationships - it's one part understanding, a pinch of sarcasm, and a heaping spoonful of blatant honesty.

This unorthodox funeral home is only outmatched by the unconventional Bernard family themselves.

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The Map of Tiny Perfect Things, Amazon Prime Video

Starring Kathryn Newton and Kyle Allen, The Map of Tiny Perfect Things is based on the short story of the same name by Lev Grossman.

The film tells the story of quick-witted teen Mark, contentedly living the same day in an endless loop whose world is turned upside-down when he meets mysterious Margaret also stuck in the time loop.

Mark and Margaret form a magnetic partnership, setting out to find all the tiny things that make that one day perfect. What follows is a love story with a fantastical twist, as the two struggle to figure out how - and whether - to escape their never-ending day.

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Dragon Rider, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

Based on the novel by Cornelia Funke, this animated family adventure follows the fun-filled exploits of a silver dragon named Firedrake and his friends as they search for a mythical safe haven hidden in the Himalayas.

On their quest Firedrake and Sorrel encounter Ben, an orphan and stray, and the unlikely trio must learn to pull together, as they are being hunted by Nettlebrand, an evil, dragon-eating monster.

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Ending Tonight

Hip Hop: the Songs That Shook America, 10.00pm & 10.40pm, BBC Four

Here are the last two episodes of the series looking at pivotal moments in hip-hop culture. First up, a look at The Bridge, by Marley Marl and MC Shan.

The song, designed to foster community pride, ignited hip-hop's most epic rap battle as contributors including Roxanne Shante, DJ Red Alert, Funkmaster Flex and the artists themselves recall.

This six-part series concludes at 10.40pm with an episode entitled Ladies First, by Queen Latifah, focusing on Latifah's anthem of women empowerment, Ladies First.

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