Tonight's telly includes a celebration of Bob Marley on the 40th anniversary of his death, star-studded awards ceremony The Brits, the return of intense docuseries Hospital, and the conclusion of Three Families . . .

Pick of the Day

Bob Marley: Making of a Legend, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Today is the 40th anniversary of reggae legend Bob Marley’s death, so Sky Arts are giving over two hours of dreadlocked documentary to the much-loved musician.

First up, at 8pm, there’s Classic Albums: The Wailers - Catch a Fire, which looks at the making of the band’s fifth album, which brought the Jamaicans to an international audience and featured seven Bob Marley compositions, including Stir It Up.

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At 9pm, there’s Esther Anderson’s superb 2011 Making of a Legend documentary that takes viewers on a journey back to Jamaica to see and hear the young Bob Marley before he was famous.

The film shows The Wailers’ early days, with archive film footage that had been lost for more than 30 years.

Then it’s on to the 1970s, when Bob and the boys launched their international career with the likes of I Shot the Sheriff and brought reggae to the centrestage of popular music.

Don’t Miss

Cosc, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

This week's episode takes a look at the scandal surrounding John McGahern's novel The Dark, which was banned by the Irish state censor for obscenity in 1965.

The controversial novel and the unfolding events turned young McGahern into a cause célebre.

It also cost him his career as a primary school teacher, stifled his creativity and ultimately forced him to emigrate in search of work.

Ireland was not prepared for the taboo subjects he would write about in 1965 but McGahern was way ahead of his time in tackling issues that would only be admitted and openly spoken about decades later.

Contributions here include Doireann Ní Bhriain, Declan Kiberd, Diarmaid Ferriter (above), Aoife Bhreathnach and Joe O' Toole.

Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Oh what a lovely war WWII was!

Ben Macintyre brings his best-selling book to the small screen, revealing the true story of five of the double agents who helped to make D-Day such a success.

As well as being a victory of arms and a tactical coup, the event was also a triumph for espionage, deceit and thinking of the most elaborate kind.

Louis Theroux: Life on the Edge, 9.40pm, RTÉ2

The documentary film-maker (above) looks back on his work that focused on families, including his trilogy of documentaries centred around the Westboro Baptist Church.

He examines how the death of patriarch Fred Phelps has left members of the church divided. He also reflects on how physical and mental health or forces beyond control can threaten to derail family lives.

New or Returning Shows

The Brits, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Jack Whitehall (below) hosts the star-studded award ceremony, live from London's O2, in front of an audience of key UK workers.

The show features performances from some of the biggest names in the music industry including Coldplay, Dua Lipa, Griff, Arlo Parks, Olivia Rodrigo, Headie One, Rag n Bone Man and P!nk with the NHS Choir.

Hospital, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The return of the long-running documentary series (this is the seventh season) following the day-to-day realities the NHS faces in unprecedented times, capturing it in the year spent reacting to the pandemic.

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With nearly five million people now waiting for treatment in England alone, doctors are forced to take incredibly difficult decisions as they battle to save lives and fight for patients to have the treatment they desperately need.

Inside Monaco: Playground of the Rich, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Saw this on BBC Two last year and it’s a fascinating watch.

Fred Sirieix narrates a documentary giving an insight into the principality on the French Riviera, with access to the royal palace as well as the super-rich and those who serve them.

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In the first episode, director Michael Waldman explores how this extraordinary country operates, meeting everyone from Prince Albert and his staff to wealthy widow Monika Bacardi, who takes him on a tour in her chauffeur-driven classic Rolls-Royce.

He also goes track side with ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard and team owner Eddie Jordan during the Monaco Grand Prix.

New to Stream

Money, Explained, Netflix

Here’s a documentary that your average Monaco resident will certainly relate to.

We spend it, borrow it and save it. Now let's talk about money and its many minefields, from credit cards to casinos, scammers to student loans.

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Ending Tonight

Three Families, 9.00pm, BBC One

This is the concluding the two-part drama about the campaign to relax abortion laws in Northern Ireland.

Hannah is determined to change the law and throws herself into campaigning - catapulting her into the centre of the debate.

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Theresa learns her trial date, but still has not told Orla that she is facing prison for what they did, and first-time older mother Rosie discovers there is no legal remedy to the complications with her pregnancy.

Naked Attraction, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Anna Richardson welcomes 24-year-old Sian from Norfolk, a petrol head who wants to find a man she can love more than her beloved car, and 33-year-old fashion entrepreneur Tansel from London.

He is looking to settle down and hopes that losing ignoring the clothes for once will help him find the right girl.

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