Tonight's picks include the final Back to Barrytown, a Call the Midwife 10th anniversary special, Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and Time, and something called Reeling in the Years . . .

Pick of the Day

Back to Barrytown, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

In the third and final look at the film adaptations of Roddy Doyle's Barrytown trilogy, Colm Meaney looks back at The Van through the eyes of its cast and crew, including director Stephen Frears, Brendan O'Carroll and Ger Ryan.

Chips with everything: revisit The Van tonight

There are also interviews with locals who took part in the film who could relate to the themes being portrayed by the story's main characters.

Those nostalgic for the days of Italia 90 should also enjoy this.

Don’t Miss

Reeling in the Years, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This week the show looks at the hits and the headlines of 2017, a year of fidget spinners, fake news and alternative facts.

Donald Trump was inaugurated as America's 45th president, and UFC champion Conor McGregor switched to boxing for a Las Vegas fight against Floyd Mayweather (above).

The Masked Dancer, 7.30pm, Virgin Media One

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Joel Dommett hosts as the remaining six disguised celebrities take to the stage, with panellists Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall, Mo Gilligan and Oti Mabuse trying to identify Squirrel, Carwash, Flamingo, Rubber Chicken, Frog and Beagle.

Call the Midwife, 8.00pm, BBC One

The Nonnatus House staff struggles to come to terms with Nancy's revelation.

Sister Frances and Trixie rally the others to take a stand and do something about Poplar's growing housing crisis.

Sister Hilda relishes taking charge when Sister Julienne takes her annual leave, Timothy Turner prepares to leave for medical school, and Cyril is forced to reconsider his future after he receives news from home.

A very special baby is born, causing a rift in a close-knit family and leading many people to count their blessings.

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Call the Midwife: Special Delivery, 9.00pm, BBC One

Past and present members of the cast and crew of the much-loved period drama celebrate the show's 10th anniversary.

Featuring behind the scenes footage giving viewers an insight into how the costume, design, music, and make-up teams work to finesse every detail seen on screen, and a compilation of some of the most memorable moments from past episodes.

New or Returning Shows

Brian Cox's Adventures in Space and Time, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The physicist reflects on the most challenging and intriguing questions facing science today, using material from his past programmes and the latest scientific research.

He begins by looking at how far the exploration of the cosmos can go, believing that humanity is at the start of a new age of travel where space flight is on the verge of becoming routine.

MacGyver, 9.00pm, Sky One

Streaming on NOW TV

Amazing, really. This reboot is lasting nearly as long as the 1980s’ original.

MacGyver returns for a fifth season, with everybody’s favourite problem solver Angus MacGyver and his friends at the Phoenix Foundation travelling the globe for another series of adventures.

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Look forward to Mac and the team to attempt to destroy the Codex crime syndicate once and for all, launch a daring rescue effort for a woman holing up in an infamous criminal hideout, and try and track down the killer of a fallen friend.

Whiskey Talkin', 10.00pm, BBC Two

Ulster-Scots broadcaster Mark Thompson is joined by historian Fionnan O'Connor to explore the story of Irish whiskey, once a major industry in Ulster.

They reveal just how much Scottish whisky story owes to the north of Ireland, and look back at a time when Irish whiskey exports outsold Scotland's by three to one.

SWAT, 10.00pm, Sky One

Streaming on NOW TV

Former Criminal Minds star Shemar Moore is back in action as Daniel "Hondo" Harrelson in another explosive season of SWAT action.

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This time around, Hondo, his father Daniel Sr and his teen charge Darryl confront the history of racial tension in Los Angeles between law enforcement and the Black community.

Torn between loyalty to where he was raised and his allegiance to his brothers in blue, Hondo has to step up and be the leader that can bridge the divide between his two worlds.

Britain's Most Luxurious Hotels, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Behind the scenes at some of Britain's grandest hotels during a challenging time for the hospitality industry.

The first episode focuses on the Langham in London, where a suite can cost up to £25,000 a night, and follows staff as they prepare to reopen after lockdown.

To celebrate the reopening, there's a brand-new take on the traditional afternoon tea, with celebrity chef Michel Roux Jr in charge of the revamped menu.

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