Bank Holiday Monday highlights include the rom-com Yesterday, John Simm in new drama Grace, the season finale of Motherland, and the legendary Basil the Rat episode of Fawlty Towers . . .

Pick of the Day

Yesterday, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Danny Boyle's comedy, starring Himesh Patel and Lily James, comes guaranteed to put a smile on your face.

And, no, you don't have to be a Beatles’ fan to enjoy it.

Patel plays Jack, a struggling musician, who gets hit by a bus during a mysterious event.

Read our review and watch our interviews with Himesh Patel and Lily James and producer Richard Curtis and director Danny Boyle

When he regains consciousness, he finds that he is the only person who can remember the Beatles, and sets out to exploit the opportunity by passing their hits off as his own compositions.

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Don’t Miss

Grace, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

John Simm rarely disappoints, and this crime drama, starring him and Richie Campbell, is well worth a watch.

It is a two-hour adaptation by Russell Lewis (Inspector Morse, Endeavour) of the first book in the Peter James series about Detective Superintendent Roy Grace, played by Simm.

Hs career is at rock bottom and is in the last chance saloon running enquiries into long-forgotten cold cases with little prospect of success.

Then he is approached by colleague DS Glen Branson to help investigate the disappearance of a Brighton property developer, who vanished without a trace on his stag night.

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New or Returning Shows

Football's Gambling Addiction, 7.30pm, Channel 4

Former Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson reports on the dangerous relationship between football and gambling.

She examines how the sport has become increasingly reliant on the additional profits that the gambling industry can generate, and questions what dangers this poses to younger fans and why the UK Government has taken so long to address this issue.

Dinosaur, 11.45pm, BBC One

This is the pilot episode for a sitcom about an undiagnosed autistic woman who is determined to have a date to take to her older sister's wedding.

She throws herself into the dating scene, but finds herself struggling to cope with a world of unfamiliar social rules, where white lies, false pretences, and confusing games are considered normal.

Box 21, 11.05pm, Channel 4

The latest addition to the superb Water Presents stable of subtitled shows is a Swedish crime thriller, following two interlinked stories.

A woman smuggled from Romania to Sweden by sex traffickers steals from her clients in the hope of funding an escape plan.

Elsewhere, two police officers expecting their first child face violent reprisals when an attempt to bring a notorious criminal to justice fails.

Smother, 9.00pm, Alibi

Here’s another chance to see this killer thriller, starring Dervla Kirwan, which was recently broadcast on RTÉ One.

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Kirwan stars as Val Ahern, whose husband Denis is found dead at the foot of a cliff close to their home the morning after a family party.

She begins to investigate the truth behind his relationships with his nearest and dearest to find out who might have been responsible for his brutal death and uncovers an intricate web of lies.

Big Zuu’s Big Eats, 10.00pm, Dave

Big Zuu is back on the road for a second season and this time he's heading west to Bristol, the home town of TV presenter and social media queen Maya Jama.

Ending Tonight

Motherland, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Amanda's PTA charity fundraiser is doubling up as her birthday celebration, meaning everyone is dragged into the big event.

But the mix of sponsored cycling with Anne's lethal cocktails results in a night of high drama and big revelations.

Meanwhile, Kevin's attempts to clear the air with Amanda just make everything worse, and a put-upon Anne finally loses her temper.

Our Cops in the North, 9.00pm, BBC One

A fire that kills a man and could have led to more deaths appears to be arson and the culprit is likely to strike again - but identifying the criminal proves tricky as all the evidence was destroyed in the blaze.

Meanwhile, a neighborhood team gathers enough intelligence to raid the address of a local suspected drug dealer, and paramedics are prevented from carrying out CPR.

Fawlty Towers, 8.25pm, BBC One

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It’s the Basil the Rat episode, the last-ever edition of the classic sitcom Fawlty Towers.

Manuel's pet rat escapes just as a health inspector is about to pay a fact-finding visit, sending Basil on a mad dash to track it down before the inevitable disaster ensues.

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