Tonight's TV includes a double dose of Frank of Ireland, Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock on her experiences as a black woman, Elaine Cassidy in new drama Intruder, and the return of Mock the Week . . .

Pick of the Day

Frank of Ireland, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The Gleeson lads have been great fun in this comedy, which comes to an end this week with a double episode.

First up, Frank doesn't react well when he learns that Mary is planning to sell their home, meaning he'll finally have to move out.

The second she leaves the house, he locks her out and claims ownership, barricading himself in - along with Aine, Doofus, Nicola and Stephane - and refusing to give up his territory.

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In the season finale, Frank's birthday sees Doofus, Mary and Aine willing to gift him an intervention - his life's stuck in a cycle, and they want him to break free.

Their bid coincides with the return of one of Mary's old flames, Liam - a self-described `wild rover" who's never really grown up. His arrival gives Frank the chance to see what his life will be like if he doesn't turn things around.

Brendan Gleeson guest stars as the Da.

Don’t Miss

The Big DIY Challenge, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

The garrulous PJ Gallagher (above) visits Dingle resident Shauna O'Connor, who is not letting being a complete DIY novice stop her from attempting an ambitious living room makeover.

He also meets Stephen Hynes in Dublin’s Finglas, who is making an upcycled barbecue unit from an old beer keg, while Meath bus driver Suzanne Armstrong is trying to put order on the chaos of her utility room.

New or Returning Shows

Leigh-Anne: Race, Pop & Power, 9.00pm, BBC One

Little Mix star Leigh-Anne Pinnock recounts her experiences of racism and colourism as a black woman in the UK, as well as looking at the wider race issues the country is facing.

The girl band member compares experiences with Alexandra Burke, Nao, RAYE and Keisha Buchanan from the Sugababes, who each reveal their own shocking experiences within the music industry because of the colour of their skin.

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Leigh-Anne finds the more she learns about systemic racism, the more she feels she must do something.

Intruder, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

This four-part British thriller stars Elaine Cassidy (below), Sally Lindsay and Tom Meeten.

Sam and Rebecca Hickey are leading an idyllic life in their custom-built house in the English West Country, but their paradise is shattered one night when two teenagers break into their home.

In a paranoid rage, Sam kills one of the intruders, and the couple stage the scene to make it look like self-defence.

Mock the Week, 10.00pm, BBC Two

Bray Wanderer Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis are back with the topical comedy show.

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Together with guests Maisie Adam, Angela Barnes, Rhys James, Eshaan Akbar and Alasdair Beckett-King, they'll be poking fun at the recent headlines.

There’s Something About Movies, 9.00pm, Sky One & NOW TV

Alan Carr and the gang are back to take a bite out of popular movies in the amusingly madcap panel show that's so 'Alan Carr' it's ridiculous.

The cinemas may still be closed but Alan and the series’ usual suspects - Jennifer Saunders, Michael Sheen and Tom Allen - will be bringing all the best scenes from a variety of films back to life with more re-enactments along with some movie trivia.

Tradfest: The Dublin Castle Sessions, 11.30pm, RTÉ2

This new six-part series is hosted by musician and broadcaster Fiachna Ó Braonain (above), featuring stories and songs recorded in the State Apartments in Dublin Castle, with performances from artists including Altan, Dervish, and Fiachna's own Hothouse Flowers.

Other acts lined up to appear throughout the show's run include Andy Irvine and Donal Lunny, Eleanor McEvoy Tolu McKay, Enda Gallery, Moxie, Steve and Joe Wall, Luka Bloom, Laoise Kelly, Karen Casey, Kate Ellis and Emma Langford.

New to Stream Castlevania: Season 4, Netflix

Dracula's influence looms large as Belmont and Sypha investigate plans to resurrect the notorious vampire. Meanwhile, Alucard struggles to embrace his humanity.

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Ending Tonight

Finding Alice, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

It’s the finale of this quirky drama, starring Keeley Hawes (below) as the eponymous Alice, whose partner dies suddenly and leaves her financially rudderless.

Alice needs to make enough money to save the house and find a way to mend bridges with her family. However, when her parents' marriage falls to pieces, Roger decides to leave Sarah and becomes Ms Dillon's latest uninvited lodger.

First Dates Ireland, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

Here’s a look back at some of the best moments from the first six episodes of this season, including Shane opening up to April about the accident that led to his brain injury, and Anthony battling his nerves in a bid to impress Mandy.

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