Today's picks include the final Late Late Show of the season, a documentary about Friday Night Dinner, a Bob Dylan night on BBC Four, Cruella, The Kominsky Method and Imelda May . . .

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

As Ireland's Olympic hopefuls prepare to head to Japan this summer, Ryan will speak with Irish Olympic medallists and rising stars of the future in a special final show of the season.

They include boxer Katie Taylor, Natalya Coyle (modern pentathlon), Brendan Irvine (flyweight boxer), Nhat Nguyen (badminton), Aoife Cooke (marathon runner), and Rhys McClenaghan (gymnast).

Trica Heberle, Chef de Mission Team Ireland, and Peter Sherrard, CEO of the Olympic Federation of Ireland, will also be in studio to discuss the unprecedented hurdles faced to get to the Olympic Games this year.

The Olympic theme continmes when Ryan Tubridy talks to Sonia O'Sullivan from her new base in the USA about her own incredible Olympic medal win.

Star of The Late Late Toy Show Adam King (above) returns with his family and news of a special gift from a very important person which was hand-delivered to their home in Cork.

And after the success of the recent Commitments music feature, The Late Late Show Soul Band is back, fronted by Lucia Evans.

Don’t Miss

Friday Night Dinner: 10 Years and a Lovely Bit of Squirrel, 9.00pm, Channel 4

A celebration of Robert Popper's comedy, to mark its tenth anniversary.

The sitcom, which coined the catchphrase `lovely bit of squirrel’, centred on the fortunes of the eccentric Goodman family and their even more surreal neighbour Jim.

With behind-the-scenes material and never-before-seen outtakes, this documentary features interviews with stars including Tamsin Greig, the late Paul Ritter, Simon Bird, Tom Rosenthal, Mark Heap and Tracy-Ann Oberman.

It also includes the thoughts of celebrity fans Claudia Winkleman, Joe Thomas, David Baddiel and Jessica Hynes.

Followed by several classic episodes of the show.

Later . . . With Jools Holland, 10.00pm, BBC Two

This week Jools welcomes Dublin-born singer songwriter Imelda Ma (below)y, who discusses her new album, 11 Past the Hour.

Healso welcomes British-Nigerian musician and actor Little Simz, and Grantham-born rising star Holly Humberstone. Plus, Sigrid performs a track from her forthcoming second album.

Don’t Look Back, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This is the highlight of a Dylan night.

DA Pennebaker's intimate film diary of Bob Dylan's 1965 tour of Britain, chronicling reactions as his tunes caught the public off-guard, but ultimately won him critical acclaim and worldwide fame and fortune.

Featuring interviews with various Sixties cult figures, including the man himself, his then-girlfriend Joan Baez and poet Allen Ginsberg.

Followed by Omnibus: Getting to Know Dylan - The Interview (10.30pm), a chinwag with Bob Dylan from 1987. And preceded by Sings Dylan 2 (7.05pm), which features cover versions of Bob Dylan songs from the 1960s to the present, sourced from the BBC archives.

Finally, at 11pm there’s Arena: Bob Dylan - Trouble No More, which focuses on Bob Dylan’s 1979 album, Slow Train Coming.

New or Returning Shows

Set the Night on Fire: The Story of Ewan MacColl, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW TV

Ewan MacColl (above, with Peggy Seeger) is best remembered for penning the folk standard Dirty Old Town and the Grammy-award winning ballad The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.

But his legacy goes far beyond these two much-loved songs.

Set the Night on Fire tells the story of MacColl’s life and his varied career, with current folk musicians and close family providing new versions of his key works.

Tracks and Trails, 7.30pm, RTÉ One

The return of the series highlighting the best hiking, walking and cycling tracks.

First up is Tyrone country singer Cliona Hagan (below) exploring the Mournes and the Causeway Coast in Northern Ireland.

New to Stream

The Kominsky Method: Season 3, Netflix

The comedy returns for a third season as a new chapter unfolds for Sandy as he deals with a difficult loss, a daunting financial obligation, an important reunion and a major career boost.

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Cruella, Disney+

The all-new live-action feature film about the rebellious early days of one of cinemas most notorious - and notoriously fashionable - villains, the legendary Cruella de Vil.

The film, set in 1970s London amidst the punk rock revolution, follows a young grifter named Estella, a clever and creative girl determined to make a name for herself with her designs.

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Estella’s flair for fashion catches the eye of fashionista Baroness von Hellman, but their relationship sets in motion a course of events and revelations that will cause Estella to embrace her wicked side and become Cruella.

Lucifer: Season 5 Part 2, Netflix

Lucifer makes a tumultuous return to the land of the living in hopes of making things right with Chloe. As the saying goes, a devil’s work is never done.

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Rebel, Disney+

This new show looks like being great fun. It stars the legendary Katy Sagal (Married . . . With Children, Sons of Anarchy) in the lead role. And it's exec-produced by none other than Erin Brockovich.

It tells the story of Annie 'Rebel’ Bello, who is a blue collar legal advocate without a law degree.

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She’s a funny, messy, brilliant and fearless woman who cares desperately about the causes she fights for and the people she loves.

When Rebel applies herself to a fight she believes in, she will win at almost any cost.

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