Bank Holiday highlights include Andrew Scott and Cillian Murphy in The Delinquent Season, more Mare of Easttown, the return of Beat the Chasers and Ghosts, and Heist: The Northern Bank Robbery . . .

Pick of the Day

Heist: The Northern Bank Robbery, 9.00pm, BBC One

Here's a documentary about the infamous Northern Bank robbery in Belfast in December 2004, when an armed gang seized a total of £26.5 million.

The investigating team of Darragh MacIntyre and Sam McBride shed new light on the incident.

Two families were held hostage for 24 hours, while two bank employees were forced to steasl the money. Despite an international police investigation and heavily rumoured IRA involvement, the case remains unsolved after 16 years.

MacIntyre and McBride examine internal bank CCTV, police 999 calls, archive footage and court transcripts for fresh clues, and consider the impact of the crime on the peace process.

Don't Miss

The Delinquent Season, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

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This is the directorial debut from playwright and screen writer Mark O'Rowe, whose CV includes the likes of Intermission, Perrier's Bounty and Normal People.

It’s a drama, starring Andrew Scott, Cillian Murphy, Eva Birthistle and Catherine Walker, about two couples in suburban Dublin.

It's a look under the rock of modern life, as the four of them appear to live in marital bliss until cracks begin to appear in both seemingly steady marriages.

Mare of Easttown, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Kate Winslet has been nothing less than superb in this downbeat drama as Mare Sheehan, a small-town Pennsylvania detective whose private life matches her glum location.

As the investigation of a local murder continues, phone records lead Mare and Colin to question an unlikely suspect. Later, Mare receives some unprompted family advice from Richard.

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Rich Hall’s Working for the American Dream, 11.00pm, BBC Four

In this sobering look at the current state of the American Dream, comedian Rich Hall explains how the US viewed and treated working people throughout its history and why this inevitably led to the economic and social problems Americans face today.

The Francis Street Photographer, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

Another chance to catch this documentary exploring the life and work of photographer John Walsh.

After his death in 1999, his granddaughter began curating a collection of roughly 100,000 negatives going back to the 1940s and forming a social history of everyday life in Dublin's Liberties.

She was able to make contact with many of the people featured in the images, discovering personal stories and reuniting people with images of loved ones they had thought lost.

New or Returning Shows

Beat the Chasers, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Four contestants must answer general knowledge questions in order to get themselves into the Final Chase this Friday, with the chance to win a cash pot worth thousands.

Standing in the way is their common enemy, the supremely confident Chaser.

It’s not enough to know the answers, the players will have to get their tactics right as The Chase isn’t just a quiz - it’s a race to the finish.

Irish chaser Darragh 'The Menace’ Ennis is among the confident chasers who will chase the contestants down the board.

Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over, 10.00pm, W

Back for a second season, Stacey investigates the growing community of 'tradwives' - women who have rejected career ambitions in favour of becoming the archetypal traditional housewife.

Ghosts, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

Return of the comedy, starring Charlotte Ritchie, Kiell Smith-Bynoe and Simon Farnaby.

Alison and Mike are trying to find a semi-harmonious routine with the ghostly housemates of Button House.

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The ghosts have found a way to make their new situation work for them, while the couple are working toward a new money-making venture to fund their perpetual renovations.

But after a paranormal photo of the house goes viral, Alison and Mike spot an opportunity to bring money in more quickly by using the ghosts' `talents" to create an authentic haunted-house experience.

Godfather of Harlem, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

This US drama, starring Forest Whitaker as real-life gangster Bumpy Johnson, returns for a second season.

As the story resumes, Bumpy Johnson returns from Alcatraz to reunite with his family and reclaim his Harlem territory from Mob boss Vincent Gigante.

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Ending Tonight

Snooker: the World Championship, 7.00pm, BBC Two

Coverage of the fourth and concluding session of the final at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, where the first player to reach 18 frames is crowned champion.

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