There's the final episodes of period drama Ridley Road and David Brophy's Frontline Choir, the tension rises again on Kin, and new shows include Ireland's Unidentified Bodies . . .

Pick of the Day

Ridley Road, 9.00pm, BBC One

As the drama starring Agnes O’Casey comes to a conclusion, Vivien wakes up in fascist leader Colin Jordan's bedroom to see a suitcase containing documents detailing his illegal private army.

If she can get it out, she can send him down.

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But several NSM foot soldiers have become suspicious of Jack following Lee's beating.

When they ask questions, he and Vivien narrowly avoid being exposed.

In private, Jack tells Vivien there is too much heat and they need to run. Vivien refuses, telling him she's going back in to finish the job - with or without him.

Don’t Miss

The Deirdre O’Kane Show, 10.00pm, Sky Max

Streaming on NOW

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Last week’s opening episode set a bar for this new show. It’s looking good.

This time around, comedian and host Deirdre O’Kane and her quirky house band Abandoman are joined by new Dublin comedy star Martin Angolo and the always hilarious Joanne McNally.

Kin, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

The tension here just builds and builds.

In this week’s episode of the crime drama about a family of crooks, Frank visit his brother Bren in jail and remembers why he is not a man to be trifled with.

Elsewhere, danger lurks around every corner, and Amanda and Michael come to a realisation.

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New or Returning Shows

Ireland's Unidentified Bodies, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One

Forensic experts attempt to join the dots and identify some of the unidentified remains that lie in mortuaries, forensic labs and graveyards across Ireland.

Among those explored are the badly decomposed remains of a young woman washed up on Ballinamona Strand inWexford back in 1995.

There’s also the case of Priscilla Clarke, who went missing while out horse-riding with her employer in Enniskerry in 1988.

Escape to the Chateau, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Dick, Angel, Arthur and Dorothy share more enchanting tales from the Chateau, as they continue (for an eighth season!) the renovation of their 19th-century fairytale home and grounds.

With weddings and events on hold for the second year, Dick and Angel bite the bullet and make the big decision to tackle the exterior of the Chateau.

The roof and outside walls are their biggest project to date and the Chateau quickly becomes a building site.

Réalta agus Gaolta, 8.30pm, TG4

The search for Ireland's most talented family begins in this show, hosted by Síomha Ní Ruairc (above).

Judging the families are sean nós singer Irial Ó Ceallaigh, and radio broadcaster Sinéad Ní Uallacháin.

Each week they'll be joined by a guest judge from the world of showbiz. This week it's singing sensation Aoife Scott.

The Priest and the Paedophile Hunter, 9.00pm, Sky Crime

Streaming on NOW

This two-parter explores the complex case surrounding Christopher - now Crystal - Hunnisett; a case which has haunted Sussex police and the British criminal justice system for over two decades.

The first episode looks back to 2001 when Hunnisett, a troubled and bullied teenager, moved in with the local vicar who soon after goes missing.

What begins as a simple police enquiry turns into a macabre murder investigation involving the discovery of a dismembered body, bizarre fantasy stories, revelations about the church and claims of a monumental miscarriage of justice.

Ending Today

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

With their first live performance under their belt, David announces to the choir that he wants to stage a finale gig to celebrate and thank them and their fellow frontline healthcare workers.

He reveals they will be performing in Dublin Castle that will feature an array of stars including Aslan (above), Paul Brady, Imelda May and Sibéal Ní Chasaide.

Robbie and Claudine Keane also make an appearance.

Sunday Cinema

Eighth Grade, 11.15pm, BBC Two

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Writer/director Bo Burnham's utterly compelling teen comedy drama, star Elsie Fisher (who is fantastic as Kayla), Josh Hamilton and Emily Robinson.

If you haven't seen this before, do yourself a big, big favour.

Introverted 13-year-old Kayla Day is finishing her final week at a New York public school.

She posts motivational online videos with her advice about confidence and self-image that get few views.

Meanwhile, Mark, her single father, struggles to connect with her and break Kayla's reliance on social media.

Family Flick

Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit, 3.10pm, BBC One

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Nick Park's Oscar-winning animated adventure, with the voices of Peter Sallis, Ralph Fiennes and Helena Bonham Carter.

Inventor Wallace and his canine sidekick Gromit have set up a pest-control service, and are called in to stop rabbits overrunning a garden show.

But the pair are overwhelmed when a destructive giant bunny arrives on the scene, while an interfering aristocrat contrives to make matters worse.

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