Tonight's top TV includes Chrissie Hynde celebrating Bob Dylan, more Mare of Easttown, Angela Scanlon returns with Your Home Made Perfect, and there’s the finale of Dr Cassidy’s Casebook . . .

Pick of the Day

Chrissie Hynde Sings Bob Dylan, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

I never understood the fuss about Bob Dylan, but there’s no denying his popularity, and his longevity is certainly quite remarkable.

Here, head honcho of The Pretenders, Chrissie Hynde, pays tribute to rock 'n’ roll’s most-lauded wordsmith.

Made fifteen weeks into lockdown and to celebrate his 80th birthday, Chrissie recorded ten Bob Dylan covers in her trademark style.

Don’t Miss

Mare of Easttown, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

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Even the ‘I only watch Netflix’ lot have heard about this superb drama, starring Kate Winslet as a middle-aged cop trying to solve a murder and keep herself together in smalltown USA.

The mystery deepens as Mare Sheehan nears the end of her investigation in the penultimate episode.

For starters, the cops discover Erin’s bike and arrest Deacon Mark for evidence tampering.

Meanwhile, Anne attempts to convince Siobhan to go to Berkeley University so she can escape Easttown.

The Nevers, 10.10pm, Sky Atlantic

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This fun fantasy/period piece has gotten hammered Stateside, but it’s far from fair. Especially with our own Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly in marvelous form as Amalia True and Penance Adair.

Tonight, Mundi takes a personal stake in tracking down Maladie, while Amalia launches an investigation of her own, while Lavinia Bidlow seeks to destigmatise the Touched at a society event.

Elsewhere, Hugo Swann enlists Augie to help monetize his illicit enterprise.

New or Returning Shows

Cook Clever, Waste Less with Prue & Rupy, 8.30pm, Channel 4

Prue Leith and Dr Rupy Aujla set out to transform the cooking and food shopping habits of four families, offering inspiration to shake up their mealtimes and tackle their food waste.

The first episode focuses on a couple from Bristol who are struggling to cope with their children's food allergies.

Prue and Rupy design a time and money saving food plan that's gluten and dairy free, including recipes for an edible burrito bowl, a rich parsnip cake, and a smoothie that uses up banana skins.

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The United Way, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

This new documentary profiles the rise of the iconic sporting dynasty that’s now little more than a cash cow for the Glazer family.

From the club’s humble beginnings as Newton Heath in England’s Industrial North at the turn of the 19th century, Manchester United became one the most popular football clubs on the planet.

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The club produced some great teams, and legendary players such as Bobby Charlton, George Best, Eric Cantona, David Beckham and Cristiano Ronaldo graced Old Trafford down the years.

There were also some tough times, not least the Munich air disaster in 1958.

Looking forward to see if the supporters’ anti-Glazer movement, which led to the formation of breakaway club FC United of Manchester, gets a look-in. Highly unlikely . . .

Snapped: 500th Episode, 10.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

Snapped’s landmark 500th episode deals with the twisted story of a heinous murder plot in Kansas.

Spotlighting a tale rife with betrayal and deceit, it unravels the story of Kansas local Randy Sheridan, who was shot five times whilst jogging near his home.

Suspicion soon fell on Sheridan’s ex Dana Flynn and before long, scandalous details about an alleged affair with the local pastor and a heated custody battle came to light as authorities tried to determine who really masterminded Sheridan's brutal murder.

Dollface, 11.35pm, RTÉ2

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Good to see Kat Dennings back on the box, but this sitcom from Hulu has been getting mixed reviews. Still, got to be worth a look.

The former 2 Broke Girls star leads the cast here as Jules Wiley, a woman who works as a web designer at a wellness company called Woöm.

After breaking up with her longtime boyfriend, she tries to reconnect with the friends she lost during the relationship.

Your Home Made Perfect, 8.00pm, BBC Two

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Angela Scanlon returns for a third season of the Beeb's property makeover show in which cutting-edge virtual reality and visual effects enable people to see what the future of their home could look like, before it is built in reality.

In the first episode, architects Laura Jane Clark and Julian McIntosh compete to remodel Shelley and Steven's three-bedroom semi-detached home in Bromley, south-east London.

Ending Tonight

Dr Cassidy’s Casebook, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Over two decades Dr Marie Cassidy’s skills were called upon to help with the investigation of all unlawful and suspicious deaths in Ireland.

Always a subject of press interest herself, she used her profile to make her role and the office of State Pathologist more accessible - sometimes resulting in controversy and censure.

This third and final chapter deals with cases involving exhumation or applying 21st Century science to old cold cases, eg the introduction of DNA, and being able to give families closure and a body in order to give them a ‘Christian burial’.

Too Close, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

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Here's the conclusion of the three-part drama, starring Emily Watson and Denise Gough, about a forensic psychiatrist tasked with assessing a woman accused of a heinous crime, who claims she can't remember a thing.

Emma (Watson) learns the truth behind Connie's (Gough) actions and confronts her own demons, but will it be enough to convince a jury Connie is no longer a danger to society?

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