Today's top picks include a documentary about the 2018 abortion referendum, more interpersonal fun and games in Aisling Bea’s This Way Up, Paris Hilton’s new show Cooking With Paris, and the return of Car Masters: Rust to Riches . . .

Pick of the Day

The 8th, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Streaming for 30 days after transmission on RTÉ Player

Irish society has undergone some pretty fundamental and profound changes since the pro-life referendum of 1983. The overturning of that referendum result was one of them.

This documentary film follows veteran campaigner Ailbhe Smyth as she navigated the complexities of convincing a historically conservative electorate to vote for women's reproductive autonomy.

Ultimately, this is the story of how Ireland overturned one of the world's most restrictive laws on abortion.

Here’s Sarah McIntyre’s review. And here's a trailer . . .

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Don’t Miss

This Way Up, 10.00pm, Channel 4

As Aisling Bea’s low-key dramedy (pretty much a companion piece to the Sharon Horgan-created Divorce) continues its second run, Áine (Bea) and Tom (Ricky Grover) apologise to each other for crossing boundaries in the past.

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Meanwhile Vish (Aasif Mandvi) tells Shona (Sharon Horgan) he is going to meet up with his ex-wife while he's in New York. Should she be worried?

Aine then helps Bradley (Kadiff Kirwan) at a Windrush fundraiser - but there are consequences when Richard unexpectedly turns up.

Kirstie and Phil's Love It or List It, 8.00pm, Channel 4

UK property's greatest TV double-act Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer (below) look back on two period properties that desperately needed to be adapted for modern-day living.

They meet the Sarah and Ian Renard in Brixworth, Northamptonshire. With one toddler and two dogs to house, this two-bed rural semi is bursting at the seams and Ian wants out.

There's only one thing stopping him: Sarah, who is determined to stay and convinced that the house still has the potential to cater for a growing family.

They also meet Graham and his partner Ryan who have been fighting over their 17th-century cottage in Cranleigh for years.

George Clarke's Remarkable Renovations, 9.00pm, Channel 4

George is in West Yorkshire to check out a building with a criminal past - a former police station - which comes complete with original holding cells and a 1980s reception area.

Rachel, who runs her own fashion business, is determined to do most of the work herself. Fortunately, her boyfriend Mike is a builder. Will they be able to transform it into a spectacular home?

Champagne Football, 10.05pm, Virgin Media One

Here's another chance to see this pretty hair-raising documentary about the man whose shadow continues to darken the landscape of Irish football.

Tommy Martin presents a look at former CEO John Delaney's time at the helm of the FAI, which resulted in the mega-selling book Champagne Football, written by journalists Mark Tighe and Paul Rowan.

Today at the Olympics

Tokyo 2020: Today at the Games, 7.00pm, RTÉ2

Highlights of day 12 in Tokyo, introduced by Darragh Maloney.

More medals were decided in athletics at Olympic Stadium and track cycling at Izu Velodrome, and it was hoped there would be Irish interest in the individual show jumping final at Equestrian Park.

New to Stream

Control Z: Season 2, Netflix

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The Mexican teen drama returns with someone intent on seeking vengeance for Luis.

A campaign starts targeting students and teachers at the high school as Sofía rushes to solve the latest mystery.

Car Masters: Rust to Riches: Season 3, Netflix

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As Gotham Garage's star rises, Mark broadens his business strategy beyond "upgrade and trade" as he courts clients with big ideas and deep pockets.

Cooking With Paris, Netflix

With an anyone-can-cook attitude, Paris Hilton adds her own flair to every dish. Fun is just one edible glitter bomb away on this unique cooking show.

Warning: expect reality stars from the start.

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Cocaine Cowboys: The Kings of Miami, Netflix

In this documentary, two childhood friends go from high school dropouts to the most powerful drug kingpins in Miami in this true tale of a crime saga that spanned decades.

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