Myleene Klass opens up in Myleene: Miscarriage and Me, the great Eric Idle is the focus of Off Camera, Cheap Irish Homes heads to Cork, and Tom Allen hosts new show Complaints: Welcome . . .

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Myleene: Miscarriage and Me, 9.00pm, W

This promises to be a powerful one-off documentary with broadcaster and musician Myleene Klass, who deserves great kudos for taking part.

Here, she talks about the trauma of her miscarriages, with the aim of breaking the taboo which often surrounds this type of pregnancy loss.

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Myleene will open up to her husband for the first time and meet women from across the UK who share their experiences of baby loss, including close friends and family.

Myleene will also follow a major UK campaign led by pregnancy charity Tommy's, as they urge the Government to change the care system so that more families can get the help they need following a miscarriage.

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Off Camera Eric Idle, 10.00pm, Sky Arts

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Yet another fascinating episode in this always informative and enteraining series of one-to-one interviews with actors.

Former Monty Python member and bass player in The Rutles Eric Idle joins Sam Jones to talk about why comedians feel compelled to seek approval and attention from strangers.

They also discuss about the challenges of being a solo writer, and the best advice he ever received - which just happened to be from a Beatle.

It's worth watching just for this:

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Cheap Irish Homes, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This week, Dublin residents Madeline and Hugh enlist the help of Maggie and Kieran (below) to find them a house in Cork, where they want to escape the big smoke.

Maggie found a variety of promising properties in the north and west of the county, including some on the Beara Peninsula.

Taskmaster, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Greg Davies (below) sets more tasks to contenders Alan Davies, Desiree Burch, Guz Khan, Morgana Robinson and Victoria Coren Mitchell.

Meanwhile his loyal sidekick Alex Horne gets all excited over a task involving a fiendish riddle.

In this edition Morgana drenches herself in peas, Victoria learns a new skill, Desiree makes a political statement with jam, Alan piles on the sunglasses and Guz pens a new song.

Hector - Éire Nua, 9.30pm, TG4

Still seeking out the new Irish, Hector Ó hEochagáin puts his soccer skills to the test at the grounds of Finn Harps in Ballybofey with Nigerian-born Eloku (below), or Luca as he is known locally.

He hears how Evan Furlong from Taiwan and Bruna McKenna from Brazil were swept off their feet by Irish men, bringing them to fall in love with the country of Ireland.

New or Returning Shows

Guilt, 9.00pm, BBC Two

And so begins Season 2 of this dark Scottish drama, starring the always impressive Mark Bonnar.

In an Edinburgh cellar, two gunshots ring out. Across town, Max McCall is released from prison.

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These two events gradually converge as Max tries to rebuild his life, while new arrival Erin is trying to save hers.

The Works Presents, 11.15pm, RTÉ One

John Kelly sits down with Jim Sheridan - a playwright, screenwriter, producer and, of course, one of Ireland's best-known movie directors.

From the Five Lamps area of Dublin, Sheridan has enjoyed an extensive and successful career in the film industry, receiving no fewer than 16 Academy Award nominations.

Complaints: Welcome, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Comedians Tom Allen (below), Jessica Knappett and Munya Chawawa join forces to assemble a "complaints committee" of viewers who have plenty to say about the television shows that are getting people talking.

From daytime to documentaries, pre-school to politics, no genre is off limits.

Tom, Jessica and Munya are joined in the studio by guests from the world of TV as they dissect the week's televisual complaints, looking for resolutions and ultimately deciding whether the viewers' feedback will be upheld or rejected.

It's Mailbag, basically.

Shop Well for the Planet? 8.00pm, BBC One

In this new series, Chris Bavin, Jordan Banjo, Joanna Page and Melanie Sykes help a family go green and save some cash.

Eco toilet roll and natural deodorant are put through their paces, but how the clan gets on with a new electric car remains to be seen.

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Another Life: Season 2, Netflix

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The stakes couldn't get higher as Niko and her crew witness the annihilation of a planet.

How do you negotiate with aliens capable of such brutality?

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