Tonight's top picks include Suranne Jones in the drama I Am Victoria, a documentary about The Covid Cruise, more from The Good Fight, and a new comedy from Laura Whitmore’s other half (and narrator on Love Island) Iain Stirling . . .

Pick of the Day

I Am Victoria, 9.00pm, Channel 4

It’s the second season of this female-led drama anthology series exploring the experiences of three women in moments that are emotionally raw, thought-provoking and personal.

The first run saw the likes of Vicky McClure and Samantha Morton in demanding roles, and this run sees serial scenery-chewer Suranne Jones taking up the challenge. She’ll be well up for it.

Jones plays a woman called Julia, who seems to have a perfect family, job and home. But something is wrong and the pressure she 's under is becoming unbearable.

Dominic Savage's powerful drama charts how Victoria struggles with her mental health and observes the effect that has on her life and immediate family.

Don’t Miss

The Good Fight, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

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Christine Baranski and the gang continue to cast a critical eye on modern America in this nominally courtroom-based drama.

Not too sure about the Mandy Patinkin sub-plot about the ‘independent’ court, but we’ll see where it leads.

Anyway, when Reddick/Lockhart associates start posting anonymous hate messages about her and Julius on a new interoffice app, Diane's position at the firm is once again questioned.

Ireland’s Garden Heroes, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

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Horticulturalist Jimi Blake, garden designer Niall Maxwell and landscape designer Ingrid Swan visit gardens in Laois, Kilkenny and Derry.

The experts assess the success of these three gardens and hear about the commitment and dedication of the designers, digging into the relationship between the gardener and the garden.

Death in Paradise, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

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As the cosy Caribbean crime series continues, an archaeologist is poisoned during a dig, and with only two suspects and a quick confession, it looks like this is going to be an open-and-shut case.

But it turns out the archaeologists were not alone - and the team realise they have little to no evidence.

Meanwhile, Neville and Florence realise they might get along better than they originally thought, although the DI's attempts to embrace island life do not find favour with the Commissioner.

BBC Proms 2021, 8.0pm, BBC Four

Live at the Royal Albert Hall, Mirga Grazinyte-Tyla returns to the BBC Proms to conduct the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in a concert featuring Brahms's Third Symphony as its lyrical centrepiece.

Two British works complete the programme - a London premiere from composer Thomas Adès, celebrating his 50th birthday this year, and a Proms premiere from the prodigious but neglected composer Ruth Gipps, born 100 years ago.

New or Returning Shows

The Covid Cruise, 8.40pm, PBS America

This documentary tells the story of how a luxury cruise ship was swept up in the drama of the unfolding coronavirus pandemic.

Everything the world experiences now, as we grapple with this deadly new disease, happened early and quickly on the Diamond Princess.

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There was a rapid infection, asymptomatic transmission, a heavy toll on the elderly, questions of how to test and trace, and dilemmas over whether to quarantine.

Buffering, 10.00pm, ITV2

Laura Whitmore’s other half (and narrator on Love Island) Iain Stirling is the creator and star of this new comedy.

It’s about a kids' TV presenter and his friends navigating the daily challenges of millennial life. As well as Stirling, the show stars Jessie Cave, Elena Saurel, Sean Sagar and Janine Harouni.

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After recently breaking up with Olivia, Iain launches himself into the dating scene, while Greg naively enlists Thalia to help him to sext his girlfriend Ashley, and Rosie plays scrabble with her dead boss.

In episode two (at 10.30pm), Iain and Olivia debate whether they are ready to become parents, while Ashley gets the three-year itch as Greg tries to celebrate their anniversary.

Alone, 10.00pm, Sky History

Streaming on NOW TV

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In a bold test of endurance, ten survivalists will enter the wilderness with only a small backpack and one mission that unites them all - to stay alive for as long as they can.

The survivalists will hunt, build shelters and fend off predators as they battle extreme isolation and psychological distress.

As they plunge into the unknown, they will document the experience themselves with no television cameras and no gimmicks.

In the ultimate test of human spirit, $500,000 is at stake for whoever lasts the longest.

Today at the Olympics

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

Highlights of day 13 from Tokyo, including the final event of the heptathlon - the 800m - at the Olympic Stadium.

Elsewhere, the men's K1 200m canoe spirit final took place, and there was a featherweight boxing gold to fight for.

Medals were also decided in three new Olympic events - sport climbing, karate and skateboarding.

Ending Tonight

Can I Improve My Memory: The Final, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The remaining three celebrities face the extraordinary task of learning a foreign language in just one week.

They must go from knowing nothing at all about their assigned language to carrying out a full conversational role play with host Sandi Toksvig (above) under the quiz room spotlights.

Then, the final two celebs face the ultimate memory shoot out - the tray test - when they have 60 seconds to memorise 25 objects, and just 60 seconds to recall them.

The average person remembers just seven. How many must the winner recall in order for Sandi to crown them champion?

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