Tonight sees the final of The Big Deal, crime drama Kin continues, rugby star Alan Quinlan is the focus of Breakdown: Ireland's Mental Health Battle, and there’s David Brophy's Frontline Choir . . .

Pick of the Day

The Big Deal: The Final, 7.00pm, Virgin Media One

The grand final of The Big Deal sees the last six acts take to the stage where only one winner will walk away with the top prize of €50,000.

In tonight’s show, temptation is at an all-time high as each act is offered another cash deal to leave the competition.

If they turn it down, they must consistently score higher than every other act that follows them - and only the act at the top can win.

For the first time, judges Boy George, Deirdre O’Kane, Aston Merrygold, Lyra and Jedward will vote alongside the studio audience to determine which act is the ultimate winner.

Don’t Miss

Kin, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

We’re up to episode of this classy crime drama about a Dublin crime family, starring Aidan Gillen (above).

With the Kinsella family now in serious danger, Amanda takes action.

NFL - London Games, 6.00pm, Sky Sports Main Event/NFL, NOW

The NFL crosses the Atlantic once again and returns to London in the first of two games to be played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Taking the trip to show UK fans NFL action up close and personal has been a tradition since 2007 and has provided plenty of memorable moments.

Having taken a year out due to the pandemic, this year it’s the turn of the Atlanta Falcons and the New York Jets to show the British fans what they do best.

The Meaning of Life, 10.35pm, RTÉ One

Joe Duffy meets legendary journalist, commentator, politician, veteran Civil Rights activist and Derry City supporter Eamon McCann (below) in his home town of Derry.

New or Returning Shows

David Brophy's Frontline Choir, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

The conductor assembles a choir made up of healthcare workers who risked their lives working tirelessly throughout the Covid-19 pandemic.

Over the course of their musical journey, the choir will produce a music video in memory of their fallen colleagues featuring U2 song Sometimes You Can't Make it on Your Own, which will be viewed more than 100,000 times by a global audience.

They will also perform at an emotional concert for their loved ones and they will get the chance to sing alongside some of their musical heroes at a very special finale concert.

Breakdown: Ireland’s Mental Health Battle, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Munster Rugby legend Alan Quinlan (below) opens up on the mental health battle that almost cost him his life.

In this moving documentary, he explores the struggles and the remedies in Ireland’s fight with mental health, the challenges that have faced some of the country’s leading sportspeople, and the trauma experienced in Irish families.

Galway hurling star Conor Whelan discusses the tragic loss of his cousin Niall Donohue which rocked the county and GAA community.

Former Ireland striker Kevin Doyle on the realities of professional sport and moving to England, Roz Purcell on the pitfalls of social media, and Leinster’s World Cup final head coach Stuart Lancaster on seeking help in the right places.

Tom Parker: Inside My Head, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Tom Parker (above), the singer and former member of boy band The Wanted allows cameras into his home as he and his family learn to live with a stage four cancer diagnosis.

Parker also arranges a star-studded charity concert at the Royal Albert Hall to raise awareness about brain tumours.

He has just months to get the show on the road, and reunite his old band for the first time in seven years, all while undergoing draining cycles of chemotherapy.

Dave, 11.15pm, BBC Two

Here’s the Season 2 opening episodes of the sitcom about a neurotic suburbanite convinced he is destined to be a rap star, starring Dave Burd, with GaTa and Andrew Santino.

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While making a video he hopes will propel him to global success, Dave is forced to face reality as the project threatens to implode.

Episode two follows at 11.45pm. Back from his travels, Dave continues to hold his own feet to the creative fire, but the world has conspired to throw every possible distraction at him.

Freddie Flintoff - Living With Bulimia, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One

The former England cricketer Freddie Flintoff (above) faces up to his eating disorder of 20 years as he challenges the stigma around the condition in men.

Freddie explores how bulimia has played a part during his life, discusses his own experience in detail and meets specialists and young men with eating disorders.

Tulsa Burning, 9.00pm, Sky History

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This Emmy-nominated documentary takes an in-depth, sobering look at the tragic events of a century ago when a prosperous black area in Tulsa perished at the hands of a violent white mob, killing hundreds of residents.

The film explores the birth of Black Wall Street to its catastrophic downfall over the course of two bloody days and its reconstruction.

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