Tonight's top telly includes Bryan Cranston on The Late Late Show, Bruno v Tyson, Graham Norton, Gogglebox, The United States vs Billie Holiday and Ice Age: Collision Course . . .
Pick of the Day
The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One
US actor Bryan Cranston, Eurovision legends Linda Martin (below), Niamh Kavanagh, Charlie McGettigan, Paul Harrington and 2021 hopeful Lesley Roy, and Irish Paralympian athletes are among Ryan Tubridy's guests this week.
Star of new series Your Honor, Cranston will be speaking about his Golden Globe nomination, the differences between great TV and film-making, and his greatest roles to date.
Tonight's show also sees the launch of Ireland's Eurovision 2021 entry - Lesley Roy’s Maps - and the singer will be making her debut public performance of the song.
Bruno v Tyson, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV
I was never a boxing fan, but this looks fascinating.
Covering the highs and lows of one of boxing's most fondly-remembered rivalries, this is the story of Mike Tyson and Frank Bruno.
It was presented - certainly in Bruno’s native UK - as a battle of hero versus villain.
Britain’s gentle giant Frank Bruno versus America’s 'Baddest Man on the Planet’ Iron Mike Tyson.
But behind the headlines and hype that surrounded both fighters, their lives were connected like two sides of the same coin.
This historic feature length film charts the sensational path of two of the world's most iconic black sportsmen, capped off with a reunion between the two old foes.
The Graham Norton Show, 11.15pm, BBC One
The Cork comic is joined by Hollywood star Kate Winslet (below), who talks about her role in romantic Victorian drama Ammonite.
Also, actor Stanley Tucci discusses his role as a writer suffering dementia in Supernova, while rising British star Kingsley Ben-Adir talks about his part in sci-fi anthology Soulmates.
Plus, Silk City featuring Ellie Goulding perform the song New Love.
New or Returning Shows
Gogglebox, 9.00pm, Channel 4
The armchair critics share their opinions on what they have been watching during the week as the telly-watchers return for another run.
As per usual, cameras in their homes capture their instant reactions prompted by the week's biggest and best shows, ranging from entertainment juggernauts, hard-hitting documentaries, to news reports and gritty dramas.
St David’s Day at the BBC, 9.00pm, BBC Four
It’s not actually St David’s Day until next Monday, but here’s a celebration of all things musical and Welsh, such as Tom Jones (above).
It’s basically a rummage through the BBC's music archives, featuring a selection of tracks from some of the most important and innovative Welsh artists of the past few decades.
The programme includes performances by Manic Street Preachers, Catatonia, Super Furry Animals, Marina and the Diamonds, Stereophonics, Feeder, Shakin' Stevens, Bonnie Tyler, Shirley Bassey and Tom Jones.
It’s followed at 10pm by a trio of Welsh acts - at 10pm there’s Tom Jones’ 1950s: the Decade That Made Me, at 11pm it’s Dame Shirley Bassey: Electric Proms 2009, and at 11.55pm there’s Stereophonics: Radio 2 in Concert.
Grayson’s Art Club, 8.00pm, Channel 4
Turner prize-winning artist Grayson Perry is joined by musician and artist Boy George, who creates an artwork inspired by family, which is this week's theme
New to Stream
The United States vs Billie Holiday, Sky Cinema & NOW TV
This promises to be an intimate tale of Billie Holiday, a fierce trailblazer whose defiance through music helped usher in the civil rights movement.
One of the greatest jazz musicians of all time, she spent much of her career being adored by fans across the globe.
Beginning in the 1940’s in New York City, the federal government targeted Holiday in a growing effort to escalate and racialise the war on drugs, ultimately aiming to stop her from singing her controversial and heart-wrenching ballad, Strange Fruit.
Directed by Lee Daniels and introducing Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Andra Day, this film aims to capture the icon’s complicated, irrepressible life.
Ice Age: Collision Course, Disney+
Scrat’s epic pursuit of the elusive acorn catapults him into the universe, where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the Ice Age world.
To save themselves, Sid, Manny, Diego and the rest of the herd must leave their home and embark on a quest full of comedy and adventure, as they travel to exotic new lands and encounter a host of colourful new characters.
The Girl on the Train, Netflix
This psychological thriller begins with a bright city, a dull morning and a curious girl on the train.
When a voyeuristic divorcee fixates on the lives of a perfect couple from afar, she soon gets embroiled in a murder mystery that unfolds revealing truths about her own life.
Flicka 2, Disney+
When her grandmother is diagnosed with dementia, skateboarder Carrie (Tammin Sursok) has to leave the big city behind to go live with her estranged father Hank (Patrick Warburton) on his ranch in Wyoming.
With her skateboard tightly in hand, and no ramps or cement in sight, Carrie feels completely alone and is determined to make it back to the city.
While putting in her time at the ranch, Carrie makes an unlikely friendship with a wild horse named Flicka, a jet-black mustang who’s just as free-spirited and strong-willed as she is.