Today's picks include Friends: The Reunion, The Road to Partition, What Are We Feeding Our Kids?, Supervet Special: Saving My Dog, more Martin Freeman in Breeders, and the return of eccentric sci-fi series Ragnarok . . .

Pick of the Day

Friends: The Reunion, 8.00pm, Sky One

Streaming on NOW TV

After so many years of 'will they, won’t they’ stories in the media, it’s finally happened.

This one-off special sees Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry get together to reminisce about the much-loved hit comedy Friends.

The six walk around the original set at Warner Bros Studios in California, take part in a trivia quiz and do a table read of well-known scenes, and answer questions from James Corden.

Don’t miss this. It will put a great big grin on your face. Here's my review.

Don’t Miss

The Road to Partition, 9.00pm, BBC One

Here’s part one of a two-parter looking back at the events that led to the partition of Ireland 100 years ago.

It should be fascinating to see how things are viewed from the other side of the border, and how the various loyalist and republican viewpoints are portrayed.

On June 22, 1921, King George V and Queen Mary arrived in Belfast for the official opening of the first Northern Ireland parliament.

Fearful for their lives, they had come to a city scarred by bitter sectarian violence.

One century on, this is the story of the dramatic events that led to the partition of Ireland - one that continues to reverberate to the present day.

New or Returning Shows

What Are We Feeding Our Kids? 9.00pm, BBC Two

Across the world childhood obesity rates have risen tenfold in 50 years.

For example, in the UK 21% of children are living with obesity when they leave primary school - the highest it's ever been.

Ultra-processed food is cheap and convenient, and accounts for the majority of young people's calorie intake - 64 per cent for children and 67 per cent for teenagers.

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Alarmingly, scientists know very little about exactly how it affects youngsters' bodies.

Here, Dr Chris van Tulleken investigates the impact of ultra-processed food, as he undergoes a grueling self-experiment that even shocks the scientists.

Supervet Special: Saving My Dog, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Fans of Supervet will lap up this documentary featuring one of the most emotional and heart-rending stories ever filmed - that of Noel Fitzpatrick's own dog, Keira.

In September 2020, Noel's life was turned upside down when the 13-year-old border terrier was hit by a car right outside his veterinary practice.

Having sustained a ruptured abdominal lining and urinary bladder, a crushed sacrum and pelvis and a dislocated hip, Noel's colleagues worked tirelessly to repair extensive internal damage.

Suddenly, the surgeon renowned for finding solutions for even the most challenging injuries, had to steel himself for the most important surgery of his life.

21 Day Body Turnaround with Michael Mosley, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The journalist and doctor asks five volunteers to put their lives in his hands as he attempts to turn their health around in just 21 days.

Initial testing reveals all of them to likely be at risk from debilitating conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, heart disease, chronic inflammation and stress.

Most have the aerobic fitness age of someone at least 20 years older.

In the first episode, Michael investigates their digestive health and starts them out on a new training plan in conjunction with GP and fitness trainer Dr Folusha Oluwajana.

Masked and Anonymous, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Here’s a cinematic oddity from 2003 that should fascinate Bob Dylan fans. This could well be the ultimate cult movie.

Crooked publicists come up with a guaranteed money-maker as they set out to spring an ageing rock star (Bob Dylan, who also co-wrote the script) from prison so he can headline a charity concert.

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But a canny journalist cottons on to the cynicism driving their scheme and soon looks set to thwart their plans. John Goodman and Jessica Lange co-star in this satire.

This is followed by Tangled Up with Dylan: The Ballad of AJ Weberman (10.40pm), a documentary chronicling the life of notorious Bob Dylan enthusiast AJ Weberman, who tried to gain access to the singer-songwriter's psyche by analysing his rubbish.

Featuring a recorded phone conversation between the duo from the 1970s and testimonies from Weberman's friends, the programme provides an insight into how far fans are willing to go to know more about their heroes.

Breeders No Surrender, 10.00pm, Sky One

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It's season two of the comedy as Martin Freeman and Daisy Haggard return as the loving parents and exhausted human beings who are doing their best to hide that they are winging their way through it all.

With Ava now ten years old and Luke almost thirteen, Paul and Ally now must confront their burgeoning independence, and question whether their tried and tested parenting style is still going to hold up.

Spoiler alert – it doesn’t.

New to Stream

Black Space, Netflix

A rogue detective with unorthodox means leads an investigation into a massacre committed by unicorn mask-wearing assassins at an Israeli high school.

Ragnarok: Season 2, Netflix

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Mythical chaos and environmental disaster loom as Magne looks for help in his fight against colossal foes and contends with his unmanageable brother.

Ending Tonight

First Dates Ireland, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

The final episode of the season offers a romantic reverie from pre-pandemic times, revisiting memorable moments from the First Dates restaurant.

The tables were turned in the restaurant when Donal from Galway was friend-zoned by Noemi, but she was the one who ended up crying.

Meanwhile, super confident Alan unleashed a full-on seduction, only to find glamorous Harifa had heard it all before.

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