Today's top watches include David Schwimmer back for a second season of Intelligence, Ireland’s international friendly against Hungary, chocolate week on Bake Off: the Professionals, and the season finale of Mrs Wilson . . .

Pick of the Day

Intelligence, 10.00pm, Sky One

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Season two opens with a double-header, as David Schwimmer and Nick Mohammed return for some more highly confidential chaos.

After narrowly avoiding extradition to the United States on charges of treason, NSA agent Jerry Bernstein (Schwimmer) finds himself the centre of attention once again when the Russians obtain a cyberweapon that Jerry himself helped develop.

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With his intel vital to the safety of the nation, he is more than willing to once again step into the role of the office alpha male and save the day.

But with the stakes so high and with him still facing demons from his past, can he avoid a national disaster.

Then in tonight’s second episode, the threat from the Russians still looms large.

A member of the team is exposed as a CySec mole, but unbeknownst to the others is actually working as a triple agent for Christine.

More pressingly for Jerry and Joseph, it’s Valentine’s Day - and they’re more concerned about finding their secret admirers than protecting national security.

Don’t Miss

International Soccer Friendly, 6.30pm, RTÉ2

After last week’s near-nightmare performance against Andorra, the latest friendly for Stephen Kenny (above) and his youth-infused Ireland is against Hungary (kick-off 7.00pm).

Peter Collins presents coverage of the friendly, which will be played at the Ferenc Szusza Stadium in Budapest.

Againsat Andorra, the Boys in Green finally gained their first win under Stephen Kenny, and face a tougher test against the Hungarians, who are preparing for Euro 2020.

AS well as the game, there’s pre-match, half-time and post-match analysis from Kevin Doyle and Lisa Fallon, while commentary is by George Hamilton and Kenny Cunningham.

Bake Off: the Professionals, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Tom Allen and Liam Charles present as the pastry chefs take part in chocolate week.

First they must combine chocolate and one of Benoit Blin's favourite ingredients, without any recipes to hand.

Then the chefs are challenged to create mechanical chocolate showpieces, along with 48 bon bons that include a moving part, inspired by robots.

Hospital, 9.00pm, BBC Two

As the Covid-19 lockdown beings to ease, the Emergency Department at University Hospital, Coventry experiences an increase in patients presenting mental health concerns.

Faced with cases of self-harm and suicide, NHS staff must deal with a dwindling number of mental health beds when trying to give patients the care they need.

The Blacklist, 9.00pm, Sky One

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Season 8 of a daft show (that’s redeemed by the presence of James Spader) continues on its duplicitous way.

Hoping to move some precious cargo quietly, Red enlists the assistance of an enforcer who specialises in transporting items through an underground network.

City on a Hill, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

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Jackie uncovers one of Decourcy’s informants and hatches a plan to use him as a pawn to discredit the assistant district attorney.

Decourcy stops by the Rohr house, hoping to get something out of Jenny that he can use against her husband, while Siobhan receives some welcome news, in the middle of plotting her run for City Council.

And her client, Kelvin Campbell, is released from custody, though he can’t free himself of what happened on Valentine’s Day. Jimmy Ryan, meanwhile, faces problems far worse than a guilty conscience

New or Returning Shows

Secrets of McDonalds: 50 Years of the Big Mac, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

This promises to be a revealing expose of the fast food chain, with exclusive access to McDonalds HQ.

The documentary charts the global brand's remarkable success story and the controversy that surrounds it.

999: What’s Your Emergency? 9.00pm, Channel 4

Back for another run, here’s the documentary series that goes on the frontline with police in South Yorkshire, revealing what happens when people decide to take revenge on each other.

On a Saturday night in Sheffield, police respond when a man reports that he's being attacked by his partner after she found him with a prostitute.

A woman is under siege from a neighbour who claims he is sorting out neighbourhood problems by smashing cars with a hammer.

And on the outskirts of Doncaster, there's a brawl outside a supermarket as three men attack someone they suspect of causing their family harm.

Ending Tonight

Mrs Wilson, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

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As this three-parter starring Ruth Wilson as her real-life grandmother comes to a conclusion, it’s London, 1944, and with husband Alec now in prison, Alison struggles with her toddler and young baby.

Alec insists he's undercover gathering intelligence, and reassures her that his `crime" was made up - but Alison has decided to leave him.

As they're living in poverty, she takes the boys to Cumberland to stay with her mother. In the 1960s, Alison questions Father Timothy.

Faced with conflicting explanations of Alec's past and a startling revelation about his work, she finds herself questioning everything she thought she knew.

Extra Life: a Short History of Living Longer, 10.00pm, BBC Four

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David Olusoga and Steven Johnson consider how, during a health crisis, the readiness of communities to engage with - and act upon - advice can have a significant impact on the spread of disease.

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