Today's top telly tips include Vaccines: The Disinformation War, Davy's Toughest Team, and the return of Last Week Tonight with John Oliver . . .

Pick of the Day

Vaccines: The Disinformation War - Panorama, 7.35pm, BBC One

Marianna Spring looks at the scare tactics of anti-vaxxers, revealing the scale of a social media blitz that has targeted vulnerable people and is now reaching younger generations.

The programme witnesses the reaction of a test group exposed to one anti-vax video, all under the watchful eye of one of the UK's most respected doctors.

Will they be influenced by disinformation or will their plans to be vaccinated remain unchanged?

Don't Miss

Davy's Toughest Team, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This week, everyone is devastated when the trip to Nepal is cancelled due to the pandemic, but Davy Fitzgerald organises an outing to Kerry to climb Ireland's highest mountain Carrauntoohil.

Pulling with My Parents, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

The mother and the godparent of country music fan Sean and fashion blogger Laura Jane's mum and uncle try to help them find partners.

Undercover Police: Hunting Paedophiles, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This docuseries is nothing if not a tough watch.

This week’s episode follows a middle-aged male undercover officer as he assumes a new identity as a 13-year-old girl from Essex and begins engaging online with people who have demonstrated a sexual interest in children.

Within minutes of creating an account on a social media site for teenagers, `Keira' is bombarded with highly sexualised messages from other users, many of whom are adult men.

New or Returning Shows

Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, 9.30pm, Sky Comedy & NOW TV

Coming back once again from the white void of his Covid secure studio, John Oliver is back to give his spin on the latest new, and boy has he got a bit of catching-up to do.

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Storyville: Whirlybird - Live Above LA, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Documentary about a husband-and-wife team who revolutionised broadcast news in America by capturing breaking news stories in Los Angeles from their helicopter.

Their cameras captured not only the adrenaline of live news culture, but also the strain it began to take on their relationship, which ultimately led to a major life transition for one of them.

Emma Willis: Delivering Babies in 2020, 10.00pm, W

This third season of birthing stories feels completely different from those that have gone before because Emma Willis spends the bulk of her time talking to people on Zoom.

First up, Emma meets Takkies, who recently moved to the UK and is finding pregnancy in lockdown difficult away from her family.

Meanwhile, in East Sussex, Jay races to be at the birth of his baby.

Strangest Things, 9.00pm, Sky History & NOW TV

Part of Mystery Season on Sky History, Strangest Things explores some of the most remarkable and mysterious objects on Planet Earth.

Delving deep into museums, laboratories and storage rooms, it unearth some of the most perplexing and unusual artefacts from ancient and modern history.

New to Stream

The Crew, Netflix

Kevin James - probably best known from his days on US sitcom The King of Queens - leads the cast in this comedy about the American phenomenon of NASCAR racing.

He stars as Kevin (handy that), the boss of a relatively unsuccessful NASCAR team who finds himself in a pickle when the team’s elderly owner retires and hands responsibility to his Ivy League-educated daughter.

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Ending Tonight

Lose Weight and Get Fit with Tom Kerridge, 7.00pm, BBC Two

In the final episode, the chef and volunteers discover how much weight they have lost over the past two months, and how much fitter they are as a result of all their hard work.

To celebrate their achievements, Tom decides to throw a special picnic by the river, and whips up a series of exciting, healthy recipes they can all enjoy.

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