Tonight's top telly includes Crock of Gold: a Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan, Murray Walker: A Life in the Fast Lane, the return of The Good Doctor and the Fargo season 4 finale . . .

Pick of the Day

Crock of Gold: a Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Director Julien Temple explores the wild life of beloved punk poet Shane MacGowan, the frontman of popular punk/folk band the Pogues, who found fame in the 1980s and 1990s.

The film combines interviews, archive footage and animations as it charts the singer's early days in Ireland, his time on the streets of London, where he embraced the punk scene, and his time with the Pogues and beyond.

Read our review of the film and interview with director Julien Temple

At the heart of the film is a new interview with MacGowan, revealing his passions, humour and deep knowledge of music, history, spirituality and popular culture.

Some of it makes for an uncomfortable watch. But, hey, that's rock 'n' roll.

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Murray Walker: A Life in the Fast Lane, 11.15pm, BBC One

Just days after his death, here's a profile of the much-loved motor-racing commentator whose voice became one of the most recognisable on British television's sports coverage. His was the voice of F1.

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The programme follows Murray as he travels to the 2011 Australian Grand Prix, looks back at highlights from his career on radio and TV and recalls his time in the Army.

Featuring contributions by Nigel Mansell, Damon Hill, Michael Schumacher, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton.

Your Honor, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

As this gripping drama starring Bryan Cranston, his character Michael continues to use his power to obscure details of the accident as crime lord Jimmy Baxter and his wife Gina plot their revenge.

Things aren’t adding up for Lt Nancy Costello in her investigation, while bad advice leads Kofi to make a bold move. and Gina strikes a deal for her son Carlo.

In League with Gaddafi, 10.10pm, RTÉ2

A welcome repeat of Kevin Brannigan’s excellent documentary about a rather bizarre moment in Irish football - not that the game here is short of them.

It’s about the 1989 trip to Libya by a combined St Patrick's Athletic/Bohemians team to play against a leading Libyan side, at a time when Muammar Gaddafi's country was a pariah state.

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New or Returning Shows

The Good Doctor, 9.00pm, Sky Witness & NOW TV

Freddie Highmore returns as Dr Shaun Murphy in the fourth season of this quirky medical drama.

As the new run begins, Dr Murphy treats a patient with an illness that is not only unpredictable in nature, but also unlike anything he or the team at San Jose St Bonaventure has ever seen before.

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As safety protocols and quarantines increase due to the global pandemic, Lea and Shaun's new relationship will become tested.

Meanwhile, Dr Morgan Reznick navigates her way around the clinic following her departure from the surgery team and unknowingly puts herself and several members of the staff in danger, and Dr Claire Brown continues to work through her grief.

Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency, 9.00pm, BBC One

Last August, Roman Kemp's life changed dramatically with the sudden and unexpected death of his best friend, radio producer Joe Lyons.

It led him to question why increasing numbers of young men are taking their own lives and why so many of them never ask for help.

Here, Roman sets out to explore what can be done to encourage people to seek help, what preventative action others need to be taking, and the lasting impact of mental health and suicide on friends and family.

The Circle, 9.15pm, Channel 4

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Emma Willis hosts the third season of the reality show in which nine individuals move into the same apartment block, but never meet, only communicating over social media.

It's a game of popularity as they chat, flirt, play games and rate each other - with some playing as themselves, and others hiding behind a fake persona - with the ultimate winner walking off with £100,000.

As the first episode kicks off, Emma delivers a huge twist.

Ending Tonight

Fargo, 10.30pm, TG4

In the Season 4 finale, Josto finds himself in the crosshairs of an unexpected foe, while Jesse Buckley's Oraetta is finally forced to come clean.

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Elsewhere, Ethelrida completes her history report, and Thurman and Dibrell attempt to get back to business as usual.

In the meantime, Satchel's journey comes to an end, and Loy learns an unsavoury lesson about business from Ebal.

Us, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

It’s the final chapter of this hugely enjoyable adaptation of the David Nicholls novel and adapted by him for the screen, starring Tom Hollander and Saskia Reeves.

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As the story reaches a conclusion, Douglas catches up with his son in Barcelona and tries to make amends, but disaster soon strikes as Albie prepares to give his dad another chance.

The Ranganation, 10.00pm, BBC Two

Romesh Ranganathan is joined on the topical comedy show by guests Richard Madeley and Maisie Adam, as well as his mother and his hand-picked focus group of 20.

Together they take a humorous look at the week's biggest talking points, from front page news to trending topics, helping the nation to navigate their way through these tricky times.

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