Tonight's viewing options include Davina McCall’s Sex, Myths and the Menopause, Massacre at Ballymurphy, glamping with Johnny Vegas, and Everlyn O’Rourke exploring Irish women’s cancer experiences . . .

Pick of the Day

Davina: Sex, Myths and the Menopause, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The menopause has been a major talking point recently on RTÉ Radio One’s Liveline – here's a candid documentary where Davina McCall recounts her experiences, and misconception.

McCall was 44 when she began to experience hot flushes, depression and confusion - symptoms she hid until she discovered her body was starting the transition to menopause.

She describes her own experience to bust the myths surrounding the menopause, tackling the mid-life taboos that can destroy women's jobs and relationships, and exposing the lack of specialist education for GPs and the confusion that still exists around hormone replacement therapy.

Don’t Miss

Massacre at Ballymurphy, 11.05pm, Channel 4

Here’s what you could call a highly topical repeat, given that yesterday's conclusion of the inquest into the massacre (below) concluded that the ten people shot by the British Army in West Belfast in 1971 were innocent and their deaths were unjustified.

It’s a documentary investigating the massacre and presents evidence suggesting that, contrary to the claims of the army at the time, all of the victims were innocent and unarmed.

Some were even crawling on the ground and were shot in the back.

The families of the dead accuse Britain's elite Parachute Regiment of carrying out the shootings, the same regiment that, less than six months later, was to shoot dead 13 unarmed people on what became known the world over as Bloody Sunday.

Johnny Vegas: Carry on Glamping, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The comedian's attempts to create a glamping site made up of repurposed old vehicles hit more problems when master craftsman Pauleo tells him his 1950s Maltese bus is not worth saving.

Unperturbed by the news, Johnny goes off and buys another vintage camper van and decides this one is a surprise gift for Bev - now all he has to do is keep the secret from her.

Meanwhile, the pair head to Yorkshire to check out a possible location for the glamping site, only for the rise of Covid-19 to threaten the entire enterprise.

Location, Location, Location, 8.00pm, Channel 4

On this week's show, Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer (below) help two couples searching in south London, a place not renowned for bargain property prices.

Elliot and James want to buy their first place together but are struggling to pin down exactly where. Their favourite areas are Putney and Richmond, but their money does not go as far as they would like.

Pam and Ross are in Wimbledon, where former tennis professional Ross works. However, having been stung after the 2009 housing crisis, they are understandably cautious.

New or Returning Shows

Ailse & Ise, 9.30pm, TG4

When the journalist Evelyn O'Rourke was diagnosed with breast cancer, she was pregnant with her second child.

Now, ten years on in a country that still dealing with the fallout of the CervicalCheck controversy, Evelyn is on a mission to discover what sort of experience women who are diagnosed with cancer have today.

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She seeks out families, doctors, activists and researchers to see how we can treat women's cancer efficiently and with compassion.

And how we can deliver the kind of effective and humane service every Irish woman experiencing cancer deserves.

Danny Boy, 9.00pm, BBC Two

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Toby Jones and Anthony Boyle star in a factual drama telling the story of soldier Brian Wood's journey from medal-winning hero to alleged killer, and the legal battle that ensued.

Accused of war crimes in Iraq by determined human rights lawyer Phil Shiner, the film follows woods as he finds himself caught on the fine line between war and unlawful killing, and how the fallout of the trial impacted the lives of his family.

Legends of the Deep, 10.00pm, Sky History & NOW TV

In the first of three parts, Fabien Cousteau and his fellow-filmmaker wife Céline are in Shag Harbour in Nova Scotia, where they’re investigating one of the most documented and prolific UFO sightings in history.

They use the latest technology in aquatic exploration to unravel some of the world’s most spell-binding mysteries of the deep.

New to Stream

The Upshaws, Netflix

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A working-class African-American family in Indiana strives for a better life and a happy home while juggling everyday struggles in this comedy series.

Dance of the Forty One, Netflix

A gay congressman marries the Mexican president's daughter but cavorts with a young man at a secret club. And then scandal hits. Based on a true story.

Oxygen, Netflix

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A woman wakes up in a cryogenic unit with no memory. Quickly running out of oxygen, she must find a way to remember who she is in order to survive.

Read our review of Oxygen.

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