Tonight's top telly includes a look at the elusive Billy Murray, a right mixed bunch on First Dates Ireland, the final How to Be Good with Money and Dating No Filter - a show that mixes dating with comedy . . .

Pick of the Day

The Fantastic Mr Murray, 10.00pm, Sky Arts &n NOW TV

Outside of his films, Bill Murray is almost always an elusive man. He hates interviews but isn't a misanthrope.

He prefers to be where we don't expect him. This film reveals the extraordinary character behind the famous actor.

From Wilmette, the small town in Illinois where he grew up; to New York, where he established his fame in the Saturday Night Live; to Chicago, where he made his debut.

Then on to Paris which fascinated him and Los Angeles which he hates – viewers will meet witnesses who will help us understand this one-off character.

Here's the trailer for Groundhog Day:

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Don't Miss

First Dates Ireland, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

There’s a right mixed bunch of people looking for love on this week’s show.

A professional croupier, a nurse, a tattooed bad boy and a history teacher are among the hopefuls looking for love in the restaurant this time around.

The Directors, 8.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Rob Reiner with his dad, the late comedy great Carl Reiner

Director of some of the most oft-repeated quotes and scenes ever, Rob Reiner’s films are nothing if not memorable.

Starting off as an actor in 1970s’ US sitcom All in the Family, Reiner made his directorial debut with the superb, genre-defining mockumentary This is Spinal Tap.

Further recognition came from the coming-of-age Stephen King adaptation Stand By Me and the eminently witty and timeless fantasy-comedy The Princess Bride.

Then there’s the iconic When Harry Met Sally which was permanently etched into the public consciousness through Meg Ryan’s diner orgasm.

An equally memorable, but infinitely darker, film followed with Misery, where Kathy Bates won an Academy Award for her literally captivating performance.

Who Do You Think You Are? 10.15pm, RTÉ One

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Comedian Paul Merton provides a good Irish angle in this week's episode as he investigates his family history, piecing together the story of his grandfather's involvement in key events leading up to Irish independence in the 1920s.

Turas Clainne, 8.00pm, TG4

The series that explores the journey to parenthood and postpartum continues.

Prisscilla De Búrca is in her third trimester of pregnancy, but she's still harbouring feelings of worry and anxiety due to the difficult labour she experienced with her second child two years ago.

She seeks advice from a local doula to help her prepare for a positive birthing experience this time around. Will all go to plan in the delivery suite?

Prisscilla's contractions start and labour begins, but will her birth go to plan?

New or Returning Shows

Stand Up & Deliver, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Five celebrities including the Rev Richard Coles (formerly of 1980s' band The Communards) and Happy Mondays' frontman Shaun Ryder (above) perform stand-up comedy in support of Stand Up to Cancer, with leading comics mentoring them along the way.

The comic mentors include David Baddiel, Jason Manford and Nick Helm.

How to Keep a Healthy Weight With Michael Mosley, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Dr Michael Mosley reunites five volunteers, whose health he helped transform in Lose a Stone in 21 Days with Michael Mosley, in a bid to myth-bust some of the common misconceptions.

Using cutting-edge tests and technology to illustrate that the calories our volunteers actually need day to day, the show investigates whether weight loss inevitably leads to putting weight back on again, and whether exercise is as helpful as we think.

Dating No Filter, 10.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

This new show promises a fresh and hilariously honest take on the modern dating scene for the socially savvy, right-swiping generation.

Each episode, a selection of some of Britain’s most outspoken comedians serve up a play-by-play commentary on every moment, as they observe real singletons as they embark on a first date.

Daisy May Cooper, Joel Dommett, Josh Widdicombe, Tom Allen, Suzi Ruffell, Susan Wokoma, Tom Lucy, Rosie Jones, Judi Love, Chunkz and Yung Filly are among those watching and the dates.

The singletons will be treated to a range of activities to try to break the ice, from axe throwing and ballroom dancing, to pole dancing and a visit to a goat farm.

Ending Tonight

How to Be Good with Money, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

In this final episode of the current run, Eoin McGee (above) travels to Meath to meet Rebecca and Eamonn Byrne, who live in the countryside with their young children, Sadhbh and Saoirse.

Back, 10.05pm, Channel 4

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The second season of this comedy starring David Mitchell and Robert Webb has been ever better than the first.

It’s well worth a look back on All4 if you missed it first time around - especially if you’ve been a fan of these guys going back to the likes of Peep Show.

In the finale, Stephen and Alison set out to track down Andrew's birth mother, Wendy struggles to settle in at the pub and a rescue dog takes a surprising interest in Ellen.

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