There's a documentary about an Irish artist diagnosed with Asperger’s in his fifties, Sort Your Life Out With Stacey Solomon, Mock the Week and Underdogs . . .

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Sort Your Life Out With Stacey Solomon, 8.00pm, BBC One

Following on from the special earlier this year, Stacey Solomon begins a run of shows where she aims to change people's lives.

First up she challenges members of the Paine family to declutter their home in seven days.

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In order to do this, they have to let go of half their possessions so that they can then reorganise their property.

There are emotional moments as single mother Steph and her three daughters go through their most treasured items, and make some difficult decisions about what to let go of from their past.

The items they do decide to let go of will be put into piles to recycle, donate or sell.

Plus, there are tidying and upcycling tips from carpenter Robert Bent, organiser Dilly Carter and cleaner Iwan Carrington.

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Tomorrow Is Saturday, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

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This is an award-winning documentary portrait of the life and work of Irish collage artist Sean Hillen.

Diagnosed with Asperger's in his fifties, Sean had found it almost impossible to work and set out to declutter his tiny home and studio to make sense of his life.

Home Rescue - The Big Fix, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

Roisín Murphy and Peter Finn (above) are in the village of Kilcock on the Royal Canal in northern Kildare where they meet Marie and Dan and their two sons, both of whom are autistic.

The family feel the home no longer works for them, especially the downstairs of the property and its dark and cluttered kitchen.

The duo come up with plans to rejig the home's layout, but builder Peter and his crew face a huge challenge.

New or Returning Shows

Catch and Kill: The Podcast Tapes, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

This HBO series brings to life Ronan Farrow’s intimate, revealing interviews with whistle-blowers, journalists, private investigators and other sources.

They were conducted for the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist’s podcast and best-selling book, Catch and Kill: Lies, Spies and A Conspiracy to Protect Predators.

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Using never-before-seen footage and new insights, the series takes an inside look into the culture-shaking story of Harvey Weinstein.

The first episode hears from Ambra Gutierrez who recounts the high-stakes police sting operation that captured a chilling admission from Weinstein, and her plan to preserve the evidence after authorities declined to prosecute.

Mock The Week, 10.00pm, BBC Two

With the QI repeats done and dusted, Dara O Briain (above) is back to host the show that does exactly what it says on the tin.

This week, Adam, Alasdair Beckett-King, Ivo Graham, Rhys James, Ria Lina and regular contestant Hugh Dennis take part in the topical panel game.

Sky Arts on Stage: Beat the Devil, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

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Sky Arts begins a new season of theatre and dance programmes with this new film written and directed by David Hare, and starring Ralph Fiennes (below).

Based on the sell-out stage play, Beat the Devil recounts Hare’s experience contracting Covid-19 on the day lockdown was announced in the UK.

Suffering a series of apparently random symptoms, he recalls the delirium of his illness, mixed with fear, dreams, honest medicine and politics.

Underdogs, 9.30pm, TG4

TG4's legendary series is back with ladies gaelic football.

The Management team of Mickey Ned O'Sullivan, Caoimhín Ó Casaide and Michelle Ryan (above) have six months to put together and prepare a squad of unknown players with enough drive, skill and passion to take on one of the country's top sides.

This first episode the management team must choose a panel from the hundreds of players who applied for the show.

Between trials in Dublin and Kildare to callbacks in the National Games Development Centre, only a chosen few will gain a spot on the panel.

New to Stream

Catching Killers, Netflix

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The investigators behind infamous serial killer cases reveal the harrowing, chilling details of their extraordinary efforts in this true crime series.

Ending Today

Guilt, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The second season of this Fargo-esque Scottish thriller, starring Mark Bonnar, concludes.

Max and Jake pick up arguments old and new, while the Lynch family face their darkest secret.

Then Max offers Erin a way out, but is running out of time to find one for himself.

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Ambulance, 9.00pm, BBC One

As crews book on across Lancashire and Cumbria for the sunny Easter bank holiday weekend, an urgent call from the police comes in for back-up to help a patient walking into the sea on Blackpool beach.

Meanwhile, a 999 call is received from a carer who has found a resident who has been lying on the floor all night.

Hannah and Richard are immediately dispatched, and on arrival they are saddened to discover the reasons why the patient didn't call for help.

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