Tonight's picks include some new faces on The Good Fight, a global trek on Gordon Ramsay - Uncharted, a Supervet puppy special, and the finales of The Handmaid’s Tale and Our Town . . .

Pick of the Day

The Good Fight, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

Last week’s season five opener was a reminder of how good this show can be. Looks like a serious return to form.

This week, some new associates come to the office, including Carmen and Marissa, who finds herself in an improvised court.

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She and Diane find themselves arguing at the Circuit 9 3/4 Court, led by the quirky "Judge" Hal Wackner.

Meanwhile, Carmen Moyo proves herself to be an effective, yet underestimated, new associate.

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The South Bank Show 2021, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW TV

It’s the third of this year’s special series looking at the young artists nominated for The Times Breakthrough Award.

Melvyn Bragg speaks to the very impressive 16-year-old actor Noah Jupe (above, right) about his roles in series such as The Undoing, The Night Manager and A Quiet Place.

Also, Bragg meets classical pianist Mishka Rushdie Momen and composer Alex Woolf.

New or Returning Shows

Gordom Ramsay - Uncharted, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The celebrated TV chef journeys to some of the most incredible and remote locations on Earth in search of culinary inspiration, epic adventures, and cultural experiences he will never forget.

In the inaugural episode, he travels by motorcycle to the Sacred Valley of the Incas in Peru to learn the secrets of high-altitude cooking.

As part of his quest, he fishes in high-altitude lakes, and samples fried worms, rare multi-coloured potatoes, and guinea pig.

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John Buchan - Master of Suspense, 9.25pm, BBC Four

Profile of author John Buchan, who is most famous for writing the iconic novel The Thirty Nine Steps, and is regarded as one of the most unfairly overlooked figures in British literature.

Using his published works, private correspondence and papers, the documentary attempts to finally afford the writer the attention many feel he deserves.

Featuring contributions from Ken Follett, Alexander Armstrong and Douglas Hurd.

Preceded at 8pm by The 39 Steps, a 2008 adaptation starring Rupert Penry-Jones.

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Set in 1914, he plays engineer Richard Hannay, who is bored and restless in London - until he meets Scudder, who claims to be a British spy.

When the agent is killed in his flat, Hannay is thrown headlong into adventure, as he's forced to go on the run under suspicion of murder.

The Supervet - Puppy Special, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Following last week’s season finale, here’s a selection of veterinary memories from the series.

As well as looking back at some of some of Noel Fitzpatrick's most memorable cases and catching up with the animals at the heart of the stories.

Up first are puppies, including four-month-old West Highland terrier Rodney, who had been born without back feet, bulldog puppy Chica, who required urgent surgery to repair a serious elbow fracture, and Rottweiler puppy Elvis, who was given a unique spinal implant developed by Noel.

New to Stream

Elize Matsunaga: Once Upon a Crime, Netflix

The crime that shocked Brazil saw Elize Matsunaga shot and dismembered her rich husband. Featuring her first interview, this docuseries dives deep into the case.

Can't find a trailer with English subtitles, but you can get the drill here:

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Ending Tonight

Our Town, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

DIt's the final part of the documentary series following the lives of a group of young people living in the seaside town of Bray in Wicklow.

This week, cameras follow Joni, a 15-year-old aspiring actress and musician, as she juggles filming for a television series and her school work.

Elsewhere, rap duo CJ and Sammy look forward to unveiling their new Bray Wanderers FC anthem, and Dylan is excited to get back into playing football.

The Handmaid’s Tale, 10.30pm, RTÉ2

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Have to admit that I’ve given up on this show during this season. It just seems to be about revenge and inflicting as much violence and pain as possible on people. That’s not what the book was about.

Anyway. As the blood-lusting fourth run comes to a close, June draws on all her resources and relationships, risking everything to ensure her own kind of justice.

Dragons’ Den, 9.00pm, BBC One

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Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Sara Davies encounter a digital entrepreneur passionate about the potential of her online hypno-birthing platforms and two north-east business partners with a unique recycled building system.

A dynamic pair of jewellers charm the potential investors with their bespoke ring-making kits, while another hopeful anticipates the Dragons will get stuck into his plant-based, biodegradable chewing gum.

Ros na Rún, 8.30pm, TG4

Mo makes a huge decision today, that will impact not only her, but those who love her. What is Mo going to do?

Berni confronts Briain about what happened last night, and is left shaken by his response.

Things however take a sinister turn when Briain collapses in Tigh Thaidhg.

A confused Jude believing Berni is in danger tries to protect her. But has Jude done more harm than good?

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