Tonight's top telly tips include Caroline Ahern at the BBC, the latest from Your Honor, Fargo and Home of the Year - as well as the season finale of medical drama Transplant . . .

Pick of the Day

Caroline Ahern at the BBC, 9.00pm, BBC One

This is a celebration of comedy writer and actress Caroline Aherne, featuring highlights of her work for the BBC, including The Mrs Merton Show, The Fast Show and The Royle Family.

As well as being a master at comedy, Aherne was also a great character actor, and every role she played really stood out. She was only 52 when she died in 2016.

Fittingly, this tribute is presented by her Fast Show colleague John Thomson, who played submissive husband Roy to her chatterbox Renee in that legendary sketch show.

It’s followed at 9.30pm by a classic episode of The Royal Family. The morning of her wedding has arrived and it’s not just Caroline Ahern’s character Denise's nerves that are on edge.

Here's Ricky Tomlinson recalling to Ray D'Arcy working with Caroline Ahern on The Royle Family:

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Don't Miss

Your Honor, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

If you’ve decided not to binge on this new drama starring Bryan Cranston as a judge whose son was involved in a fatal hit-and-run, you’ve got a much stronger resolve than me.

On the anniversary of his wife’s death, New Orleans Judge Michael Desiato and his son Adam create an alibi for the day of the deadly accident.

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A favour for Michael pulls his close friends and colleagues Charlie and Lee into his developing deception, while Kofi gets approached about a job.

Ultimately, things start getting very complicated as the web of lies widens, with knock-on effects.

Fargo, 10.30pm, TG4

In season four’s penultimate episode, Loy forms an unsettling alliance to safeguard both his family and his business.

Meanwhile, Josto seeks to end the war through nefarious means, Odis attempts to walk the straight and narrow, Gaetano defends his brother's honour, Ethelrida hatches a plan to help her parents, and Oraetta (Jesse Buckley, below) tries to tie up a loose end.

Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This week the judges visit a converted 200-year-old industrial mill in county Down, a home built to amalgamate two families in Cork and a 1920s’ Dublin cottage with an extension.

The Exorcist, 10.00pm, Sky Cinema Greats

Always worth another watch if you’ve seen its before, William Friedkin's horror, starring Linda Blair, Jason Miller, Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow and Lee J Cobb, is an absolute classic.

A young girl appears to become possessed by a formidable demonic entity that resists all efforts at freeing her from its grasp.

In desperation, the child's mother appeals for help from a local priest and a veteran exorcist, but succeeding in this nightmarish contest of wills threatens the lives of both men.

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New or Returning Shows

The Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand Up to Cancer, 8.00pm, Channel 4

This is part of an evening of Stand Up to Cancer specials, beginning at 7.55pm with Annoying for Longer, a tongue-in-cheek film in which the partners and families of people living with cancer have a little moan about their loved ones' annoying day-to-day habits.

In the Bake Off special, Star Wars actress Daisy Ridley (below), comedian Rob Beckett, singer Alexandra Burke and comedian Tom Allen tackle three baking challenges in the name of charity.

The Celebrity Circle for Stand Up to Cancer, 9.15pm, Channel 4

A group of famous faces move into the apartment block where they communicate only by social media.

The name of the game is to become the most popular player, and while most of them know who they are chatting to, a few are hiding behind fake profiles.

Contestants include Denise van Outen (below), Duncan James, Lady Leshurr, Saffron Barker, Baga Chipz, Kaye Adams and Nadia Sawalha, Rickie Haywood-Williams and Melvin Odoom, and Sam Thompson and Pete Wicks.

The Painter and the Thief, 9.00pm, Sky Its & NOW TV

Desperate for answers following the brazen, daylight theft of two paintings, a Czech artist seeks out and befriends the career criminal who stole them.

After inviting her thief to sit for a portrait, the two form an improbable relationship and an inextricable bond that will forever link these lonely souls.

New to Stream

The Houseboat, Netflix

Musicians and friends Fynn Kliemann and Olli Schulz spend two difficult years trying to restore the home of singer Gunter Gabriel to its former glory.

Ending Tonight

Transplant, 9.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

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The first season of this medical drama about a Syrian refugee working in a Toronto emergency room ends as Bash and Mags race to save a woman with mysterious symptoms who was nearly killed by their team's medical error.

Elsewhere, Theo tries to help a gravely ill teen and his family deal with the possibility that medical hope has run out.

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