Tonight's picks includes Ruth Wilson starring as her own grandmother, Bob Dylan at Newport Folk Festival, and the return of Springwatch, City on a Hill and Bake Off: the Professionals . . .

Pick of the Day

Mrs Wilson, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

There's an intriguing and very unique set-up in this series, as Ruth Wilson gets to play her own grandmother in this true-life drama, originally screened on BBC One.

Set in 1940s and 1960s London and 1930s India, this three-parter follows Alison Wilson, who thinks she is happily married until her husband, Alec (played by Iain Glen), dies and a woman turns up on the doorstep claiming that she is the real Mrs Wilson.

Alison is determined to prove the validity of her own marriage - and Alec's love for her - but is instead led into a world of disturbing secrets.

The ubiquitous Keeley Hawes also features.

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Don’t Miss

Bob Dylan: The Other Side of the Mirror, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & streaming on NOW TV

More Dylan. This time, a look at a pivotal time in his career from nearly 60 years ago as director Murray Lerner documents Bob’s historic Newport Folk Festival performances from 1963-65 in this critically acclaimed film from 2007.

The documentary observes Dylan's metamorphosis from folk prodigy to rock’s fiercely confrontational poet, as he electrified and inspired millions through his three successive appearances at the festival.

Hospital, 9.00pm, BBC Two

In this powerful episode of the Beeb's superb hospital documentary series, the lockdown baby boom has caused births nationally to rise by 11%, meaning Coventry’s University Hospital’s maternity unit is busier than ever.

In addition to delivering over 5,500 babies per year, the unit boasts a specialist Tommy’s National Centre for Miscarriage Research, one of only four in the UK.

The network of research centres looks for the causes of miscarriage and stillbirth and pioneers tests and treatments to find solutions.

Viva Ceol Tíre, 9.30pm, TG4

The series of country music videos filmed on location in Ireland and presented by Jo Ní Chéide continues.

This week it features the likes of Mike Denver (above), Alishing Mc Bride, Big Tom, Derek Ryan, Rober Mizell, Cliona Hagan and Michael English.

New or Returning Shows

Bake Off: the Professionals, 8.00pm, Channel 4

The heavy-hitters are back as pastry chefs from hotels, restaurants and small businesses in Cardiff, Bristol, Norfolk, Brighton and London compete to be crowned best patisserie team in Britain.

Each week, the teams will face testing challenges judged by two world-class patisserie experts, Benoit Blin and Cherish Finden.

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For their first challenge, the teams must produce two different types of miniature classics - Tarte Piémontaise and the Jaffa Cake.

They must make 24 perfect and identical items of each pastry in just three-and-a-half hours.

City on a Hill, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic & streaming on NOW TV

As season two of the Showtime drama begins, corrupt FBI agent Jackie Rohr (Kevin Bacon) is back, looking to exploit Boston's criminal justice system in a desperate attempt to salvage his own career.

Unfortunately for him, ADA Decourcy Ward (Aldis Hodge) is onto his adversary’s latest misstep.

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When an assistant US attorney overdoses and ends up left for dead, Decourcy Ward suspects Jackie Rohr's involvement.

Jackie, in turn, goes after the BPD for a questionable drug arrest at Braxton Summit, a federal housing project.

Community activist Grace Campbell recruits Siobhan Quays to work on behalf of Braxton and its residents, but their efforts are subverted as tensions flare between rival gangs.

When Disaster Strikes, 7.30pm, PBS America

This opening episode in this three-part documentary series focuses on the March 2019 Cyclone Idai, a category 4 storm, that hit Mozambique.

It smashed into the coastal city of Beira and led to an unexpected and devastating chain of events.

Flooding on a biblical scale overwhelmed the government and local aid workers. Follow this extraordinary story as the world raced to help rescue and support survivors and bring order to the chaos.

Springwatch 2021, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Chris Packham (above) and Michaela Strachan are broadcasting live from Wild Ken Hill in Norfolk, as cameras capture the dramas of such birds as avocets and barn owls.

Elsewhere, Iolo Williams encounters some red deer at Alladale Wilderness Reserve in Scotland, and Gillian Burke dips into the vast waters of Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland.

The Battle for Britney: Fans, Cash and a Conservatorship, 9.40pm, RTÉ2

If you missed this on the Beeb, here's another chance to see Mobeen Azhar attempt to untangle the complexities surrounding the controversial conservatorship Britney Spears has been under for the last 13 years.

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Mobeen delves into one of the most passionate fan bases in modern celebrity, attending a court hearing along the way and finding himself in the midst of the ongoing battle between Britney's conservatorship team and the passionate fans behind the #FreeBritney movement.

The film includes never-before-seen interviews with, among others, Britney's makeup artist Billy Brasfield, her former choreographer Brian Friedman, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and lawyer Lisa MacCarley.

Ending Tonight

The Money Maker, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Eric Collins (above) meets Darren Tenkorang, the founder of Trim-It, a mobile barber service that can be booked via an app.

Eric knows the company has huge potential but can't understand why they are growing so slowly?

With The Money Maker's help, the business could be ten times more successful, but only if they take his advice and act upon it quickly before potential competitors steal Trim-It's march.

With no time to lose, Eric puts Darren under pressure to accept his investment, but will they agree on the best way forward?

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