Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham star in new drama Help, John Goodman is Off Camera, it's the penultimate Celebrity MasterChef, while Maggie Molloy and Kieran McCarthy return with more Cheap Irish Homes . . .

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Help, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Scene-stealers Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham combine in this drama set in a fictional Liverpool care home.

It tells the moving story of a young care home worker and a challenging patient during the onset of the coronavirus pandemic in the spring of 2020.

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Intelligent social misfit Sarah (Comer) unexpectedly finds her calling as a carer with a talent for connecting with residents, especially 47-year-old Tony (Graham), whose young-onset Alzheimer's causes periods of confusion and violent outbursts.

Sarah's success at managing him and the other patients soon helps to restore her self-belief.

The impressive cast here also includes Cathy Tyson, Angela Griffin and Sue Johnston.

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Celebrity MasterChef, 8.00pm, BBC One

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It’s the penultimate episode, so you can almost smell the finishing line.

The four best cooks' latest challenge is the toughest of the competition - the Chef's Table - hosted by Tom Kerridge.

The finalists must deliver food of an exceptional standard to impress Michel Roux Jr, Lisa Goodwin-Allen, Paul Ainsworth and Aktar Islam.

After which, all that stands in between the celebs and a place in the final three is a single dish inspired by someone they love or admire.

Off Camera: John Goodman, 10.00pm, Sky Arts

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Sam Jones takes time out with American icon John Goodman for a candid conversation about growing up in Missouri and making it big in Hollywood.

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The pair discuss his collaborations with the Coen Brothers and why nothing is off the table with them, why he returned to his breakthrough role as Dan Tanner in Roseanne after a 21-year hiatus, and how the movie Animal House was a terrible influence on him.

New or Returning Shows

Cheap Irish Homes, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Back for a second run, Maggie Molloy explores more of Ireland's cheapest homes, joined by building engineer Kieran McCarthy.

They advise the various house hunters about the condition of the properties they are looking at, and the levels of renovation that could be undertaken.

Patrick Kielty: One Hundred Years of Union, 9.00pm, BBC One

In its centenary year, the presenter investigates why a new trade border in the Irish Sea has led to violent protests in Northern Ireland.

It’s sparking fear of a return to conflict nearly 25 years after the end of the Troubles - a conflict that claimed thousands of lives.

Kielty focuses on a new generation born after the ceasefire as he tries to understand what is driving this new wave of unrest, particularly in loyalist communities.

He also explores why some feel that a united Ireland could now be on the horizon and how the trauma of Northern Ireland's past is shaping its future.

Question Time, 11.15pm, BBC One

Fiona Bruce (above) presents the topical debate, inviting a panel of politicians and other guests to answer questions from a virtual audience on subjects that have made the headlines over the past week.

This once informative show descended into a cheerleading forum for Brexit in recent years - here's hoping things improve.

Fred and Rose West: Reopened, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

This new two-part documentary series is presented by Trevor McDonald (below), as a team of investigators explores claims the Wests were responsible for more than the 12 women and girls they are known to have killed.

In the first episode, the team unearths previously unseen documents including the full statement of Fred West’s 'appropriate adult’, Janet Leach, that contains details about the location of ‘the farm’, where it has long been suggested up to 20 more victims may be found.

The team studies newly revealed records of discussions between Fred West and his lawyer in which Fred talked about other crimes involving himself, Rose West and his brother, John West.

New to Stream

Final Space: Season 3, Netflix

Gary and his crew strive to survive the chaos and carnage of Final Space and elude the evil Invictus, who's eager to harness Mooncake's powers.

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My Heroes Were Cowboys, Netflix

Robin Wiltshire, an immigrant inspired by the iconography of the Hollywood western, finds meaning and redemption through the art of horse training.

He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, Netflix

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Mighty teen Adam and his heroic squad of misfits discover the legendary power of Grayskull — and their destiny to defend Eternia from sinister Skeletor.

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