Today's highlights include a new documentary about legendary F1 driver Michael Schumacher, the final week of Celebrity MasterChef, and the story of The Man Putin Couldn’t Kill . . .

Pick of the Day

Schumacher, Netflix

Fully supported by Michael Schumacher’s family, Schumacher features rare interviews and previously undisclosed archival footage and draws a sensitive yet critical portrait of the seven-time F1 World Champion.

The documentary explores the many facets that made and define this complex athlete and accompanies him on his meteoric rise in this challenging and dangerous sport, which is followed by millions worldwide

His strong will and triumphant fight to win against all odds put Michael Schumacher at the centre of global attention.

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Michael Schumacher’s journey has captured the imagination of millions, but there is a lot more than motor racing to the success of this very private man.

But it’s not only his fighting spirit and striving for perfection that define Michael Schumacher as a person; his self-doubt and insecurities complete the picture of a sensitive and reflected man.

At the heart of Michael’s story are his parents, his children and Corinna Schumacher, his childhood sweetheart and the love of his life. They are now ready to tell his story.

Don’t Miss

Celebrity MasterChef, 9.00pm, BBC One

If you’re one of those people who prefer to look at only the closing stages of a competition, now’s the time to join in here.

Finals week begins, with just five contestants left to compete for the title.

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The first challenge sees them working with chef Calum Franklin of the Holborn Dining Rooms Pie Room.

The celebrities' task is to reproduce one of Calum's creations for a dining room of pie experts.

After that, they serve up a dish inspired by the flavours of sweet shops - and for the cook who doesn't make the grade, the competition will be over.

Gunda, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Not to be confused with the 1998 Indian film of the same title that’s so bad it’s called the Citizen Kane of crap movies.

This is an entirely different beast: experiential cinema in its purest form (like Babe but for real), Gunda chronicles the unfiltered lives of a mother pig, a flock of chickens, and a herd of cows.

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Using stark, black and white cinematography and the farm's ambient soundtrack, director Victor Kossakowsky invites the audience to experience life as his subjects experience it.

Give it a chance. You may be surprised.

Neven's Spanish Food Trails: Mallorca and Menorca, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Neven Maguire (below) visits Majorca's famous salt flats, where salt has been produced for 2,500 years, to see how the highly prized Fleur de Sal is made.

Almonds are also an important part of the island's agriculture and Neven meets Stéphanie Kinger, who creates both sweet and savoury almonds, and heads to a farm to meet renowned charcutier Xesc Reina

Special Forces – Ultimate Hell Week, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

The torture continues for the contestants. And it's certainly not getting any easier.

The next phase of the course sees the recruits pushed to their absolute physical limits, with back-to-back events.

They include boarding a large ship as it sails through Cork Harbour, followed by scratch - the toughest, most punishing event on the Hell Week course.

All thanks to this lot . . .

New or Returning Shows

The Man Putin Couldn’t Kill, 10.00pm, Channel 4

An investigation into the incident in August 2020 when Russia's opposition leader Alexei Navalny (below) was taken ill during a flight to Moscow, having been poisoned.

While world leaders struggled to get Navalny the treatment he needed, investigative journalists began to piece together what had happened.

They found that not only was Navalny poisoned by a Russian security service hit squad, but that they had been following him for several years while developing new variants of the banned chemical weapon Novichok - previously used in the attack in Salisbury.

The Investigation, 11.35pm, RTÉ2

All episodes streaming on RTÉ Player

More subtitled fun and games.

Copenhagen chief of homicide Jens Moller learns of a missing Swedish journalist who has not returned from interviewing the designer of a home-made submarine.

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Initial garbled reports indicate that she and the designer have returned to harbour, but this proves to be false, as only the designer is rescued before the vessel sinks.

A search for the woman is launched, but Moller decides to charge his suspect with murder, despite the lack of a body.

Months of intricate detective work follow to ensure that justice is obtained. Soren Malling stars in this drama based on a true story.

New to Stream

Too Hot To Handle Latino, Netflix

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Here’s some singles-chasing-love/money/fun for the next couple of weeks, as this show comes in three weekly episodes.

A group of singles from across Latin America are challenged to give up sex. But on this reality show, abstinence comes with a silver lining: US$100,000.

Nailed It!: Season 6, Netflix

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If Celebrity MasterChef leaves you hungry for more, this is one sure-fire stop-gap.

Home bakers with a terrible track record take a crack at re-creating edible masterpieces for a cash prize. It's part reality contest, part hot mess.

Nightbooks, Netflix

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Scary story fan Alex must tell a spine-tingling tale every night - or stay trapped with his new friend in a wicked witch's magical apartment forever.

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