Tonight's top TV includes My Little Big Day - the stories of six couples who tied the knot in the middle of the pandemic, HBO docuseries Allen v Farrow, Teen First Dates and the season one finale of Fleabag . . .

Pick of the Day

My Little Big Day, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

One of the first casualties of Covid-19 in Ireland was the wedding day. With large gatherings banned, the traditional Irish wedding in 2020 was sidelined.

Many couples had postponed their big day, willing to wait for a time when they could accommodate a large group of guests. Some went ahead.

This documentary tells the stories of six couples who tied the knot in the middle of the pandemic, with each having a wedding vastly different to what they had originally planned.

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Allen v Farrow, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

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This is an HBO four-part series offering an exploration of Mia Farrow's long-running Woody Allen sexual abuse allegation.

In the first edition, Farrow recounts her storied relationship with Allen, who was once a beloved father figure to her seven children.

While their adopted daughter Dylan speaks about the escalating discomfort she felt under the intensity of Woody's attention, which was a growing concern for Mia.

Even the trailer is a draining experience.

Fawlty Towers, 8.30pm, BBC One

In the first-ever episode of this classic sitcom, beleaguered and badgered hotelier Basil Fawlty tries to attract a better class of clientele, but ends up being taken to the cleaners by the first seemingly upper-crust customer to check in.

Starring John Cleese, Prunella Scales, Andrew Sachs and Connie Booth, this is a master class in TV comic writing and timing. It still stands up almost 50 years after it was first broadcast in 1975.

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Dispatches: the Truth About Long Covid, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Fatima Manji narrates this Dispatches special report from Bradford, one of the UK's worst-hit communities during the pandemic.

It's predicted that up to half a million people in the UK are now living with Long Covid. Dispatches asks if the NHS will be able to cope with the lasting legacy of the virus.

New or Returning Shows

The Drowning, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

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Here's a four-part thriller, starring Jill Halfpenny as Jody, a woman who believes a teenager she has seen is her missing son - presumed drowned - and takes matters into her own hands when the police fail to act.

Dark Secrets of a Trillion Dollar Island: Garenne, 10.00pm, BBC Four

This could be a hard watch as it's the story of the child abuse scandal that erupted on the island of Jersey in 2007.

The victims' voices had remained unheard for years, but when widespread allegations of sexual abuse resurfaced in the late 2000s, Jersey's then-health minister Stuart Syvret spoke out about the scale of this historic child abuse and the damage done to the victims.

As bitterness and enmity dragged on and the press deserted Jersey, two unlikely bloggers decided to reignite the unresolved issues.

Teen First Dates, 10.00pm, E4

Student and would-be paramedic Ella meets fellow Brummie and NHS worker Ryan, while Manchester lad Jake sits down for a meal with model and law student Megan.

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New to Stream

The Lost Pirate Kingdom, Netflix

The real-life pirates of the Caribbean violently plunder the world's riches and form a surprisingly egalitarian republic in this documentary series.

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Ending Tonight

Fleabag, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

This final episode of season one is one of the show's greatest episodes, and it does a great job of mixing humour and pathos.

You’ll be laughing your head off one minute and then dropping your jaw to the floor in the next.

As the main threads of the story come to a climax, surprises are in store when Fleabag attends her godmother's exhibition of erotic art (Olivia Colman in great form here), forcing her to face up to her actions and reveal what became of her best friend friend Boo.

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The Celebrity Circle for Stand Up to Cancer: the Final, 9.00pm, Channel 4

In the sixth and final episode, the true identity of each celebrity player is revealed as they all meet face to face. And Emma Willis announces the winner of The Celebrity Circle.

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