Today's top telly tips include the return of Home of the Year, the arrival of Framing Britney Spears, Music’s Dirty Secrets: Women Fight Back, and the final episode of Secret Bridesmaids' Business . . .

Pick of the Day

Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

We’re up to season seven of this show, where viewers get to have a good root around the homes of those with the time, money and inclination to make their gaffs that bit special and show them off on the telly.

Regular HOTY watchers will notice a couple of changes in personnel, as new judges Suzie McAdam and Amanda Bone are on board along with the perennial presenter/judge Hugh Wallace.

First up for inspection are a 1900s’ farmhouse in county Clare, a self-build in Cork, and a semi in Westmeath.

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Don't Miss

Framing Britney Spears, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

Here's the documentary that has sparked a lot of debate around the world and much discussion on social media since its release in the US on February 5.

Here, friends and colleagues close to the star give their thoughts on the way she was treated in the media at the height of her fame.

It also features lawyers tied to her conservatorship, which has been in place since 2008 and means her father has control over much of her life and finances.

Highlighting the #FreeBritney fan movement that has arisen in the past few years, it takes a look at the star's legal battle with her father, Jamie Spears.

Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr, 8.00pm, BBC Two

More interior stuff, which is where most lives are now spent.

I thought this show was going to be a bit of a mismatched disaster given the host and the content, but Alan Carr (below) has proved his versatility while presenting here.

Tonight’s interiors include extravagant Japanese wallpaper, sorbet-coloured swags, space dividers and something straight out of Salvador Dali’s imagination.

Don't know about you, but I just about manage to occasionally flush the toilet these days.

Fargo, 10.30pm, TG4

As season four of the quirky anthology series continues, Loy grapples with a series of difficult choices that could lead to the end of his reign, Josto attempts to regain control of his affairs, and Oraetta (Jesse Buckley, below) silences her critics.

In the meantime, the Smutnys adjust to their new business arrangement, and as Odis cracks under the pressure, he considers another option.

New or Returning Shows

Music’s Dirty Secrets: Women Fight Back, 10.45pm, BBC One

Another tough watch, this.

Reporter Tamanna Rahman investigates how safe the music industry is for women, investigating the cases of a grime star currently serving 30 years in prison for rape.

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She also looks at the case of a woman who shared her account of abuse at the hands of a rising rap star, leading to the cancellation of his debut album.

Inside the Zoo, 7.00pm, BBC Two

This new documentary series going behind the scenes with animals and keepers at Edinburgh Zoo and the Highland Wildlife Park, beginning as a new arrival joins the resident dik-dik family.

World Rhino Day gives staff a chance to let their hair down and have some fun as they raise both money and awareness of conservation issues.

Charles Hazlewood: Beethoven & Me, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

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Marking the 250th anniversary of the birth of Beethoven, Artistic Director of the Paraorchestra Charles Hazlewood presents this new documentary.

It uses Beethoven’s 5th Symphony as a stepping-off point to explore the work, genius, and various health conditions that both influenced and disrupted the great composer’s work.

Conspiracy Files: The Billionaire Global Mastermind? 10.10pm, RTÉ2

Investigating conspiracy theories surrounding multi-billionaire George Soros and the allegations of his secret plots to overthrow governments and flood countries with migrants.

New to Stream

Animals on the Loose: A You vs Wild Movie, Netflix

In this interactive special for younger viewers, a protective fence enclosing a South African animal sanctuary unexpectedly loses power.

As a result, Bear Grylls - and you, the viewer - must pursue them and secure their protective habitat.

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Ending Tonight

Secret Bridesmaids' Business, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

It’s the final episode of this Australian drama about about the complications around a wedding.

The friends celebrate Olivia's hen's night, unaware that Jakob has been released and is planning a climactic, life-and-death confrontation during the wedding.

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