Tonight's TV includes Tommie Gorman's Ireland, Cancer and Me, Cosc looks back at corporal punishment in Ireland, it's May the 4th on Disney+ and it's the end of the line for Your Honor and The Syndicate . . .

Pick of the Day

Ireland, Cancer and Me, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

Recently retired from RTÉ, journalist Tommie Gorman presents a personal account of living with cancer for more than 20 years, looking at the advances made in treatment available in Ireland over the period.

He also explores the role of a health service unit based in Kilkenny that assists patients seeking to access treatment abroad by using a range of EU schemes.

Don’t Miss

Cosc, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

This week's episode examines the use of corporal punishment against children in Ireland, asking why it was still accepted practice in schools until 1982 and homes until 2015 although arguments against it had been advanced as early as the 1950s.

The programme reveals a culture where the extreme physical chastisement of children was supported by the main sections of society, which refused to hold teachers or school managers accountable for even the most blatant violations of the rules.

With contributions from Mary Kennedy (above), who recalls being both a student and a teacher in a world where corporal punishment was still allowed.

Fargo, 10.30pm, TG4

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Here’s the first season of the often brilliant anthology series, influenced by the film of the same name. Worth watching against just for the scene in the lift.

A drifter named Malvo (Billy Bob Thornton) brings trouble to small-town Minnesota and influences insurance salesman Lester Nygaard (Martin Freeman) into murder.

Meanwhile, a pair of local police officers are trying to piece together a series of murders which they believe is connected to Malvo and Nygaard.

New or Returning Shows

The Money Maker, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Entrepreneur and investor Eric Collins (below) sets out to help struggling British businesses, offering them not only his expertise and business acumen but also a game-changing investment designed to change their fortunes around.

He begins in Manchester at repair and restoration company Prymo. Lively CEO Jasen says he has never been busier, but Eric wants to know exactly what has been keeping him busy as there isn't enough profit to expand

The Violence Paradox, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Psychologist Steven Pinker journeys through history and the human mind to explore what triggers violence and how it may have decreased over time.

In the first of two programmes, research includes clues from a prehistoric archaeological dig in Kenya, an experiment to test the moral judgement of babies and data analysis of 239 years of Old Bailey proceedings.

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New to Stream

Star Wars: the Bad Batch, Disney+

May the Fourth be with you! Yep, it's Star Wars Day. And here's the latest spin-off from a franchise far, far away . . .

The 'Bad Batch' of elite and experimental clones make their way through an ever-changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone Wars.

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Selena, the Series: Part 2, Netflix

As Selena's career gains momentum, the singer fights to remain true to herself, spend quality time with her family and expand her businesses.

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Ending Tonight

The Syndicate, 9.00pm, BBC One

The gang arrive back in England, devastated that their trip to Monaco has been all for nothing.

But as they leave the airport, they find an unexpected welcome party waiting for them with big news.

Keeley realises that Jake may still has feelings for Georgina, and as Frank's lies begin to unravel, he begs Cheryl to help him in a last-ditch attempt to save himself and Duke.

Makeup: a Glamorous History, 10.45pm, BBC Two

The hopefuls are given a challenge by Cate Hall, the lead hair and make-up designer on award-winning drama The Crown, demonstrating their knowledge of period make-up to create authentic and recognisable looks for a screen test.

In the creative brief, they are challenged to turn their models into a living piece of art.

Your Honor, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

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It's the last episode in a drama where Bryan Cranston was excellent, but several of the plotlines were laughably implausible and ultimately undermined the nine-part drama.

The chickens come home to roost in the finale of the heart-stopping drama: Adam reels from new information about his mother's death, Carlo's trial ends, but Michael and Adam's secrets are dangerously unravelling.

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