Mary McAleese presents a documentary about Northern Ireland called With God On Our Side, US drama Prodigal Son returns for a second season, and Sally Lindsay narrates a tribute to Corrie legend Norris Cole . . .

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With God On Our Side, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

On the centenary of Partition, former President Mary McAleese meets politicians, peacemakers and perpetrators and victims of violence.

The purpose is to ask what role religion played in creating and resolving conflict in Northern Ireland.

She also asks whether it still has a role to play in building peace in a more secular and diverse post-Brexit society.

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Dexter: New Blood, 10.05pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW

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When a simple missing person case turns into a crime scene, Dexter’s cabin becomes home base for the search and rescue.

This is terrible timing for Dexter, who is trying to reunite with his long-lost son, Harrison.

As Angela and Harrison become acquainted, Dexter struggles to keep his old and new worlds separate.

Guaranteed Irish, 7.30pm, TG4

Presenter Mary Kennedy goes behind the scenes of Ireland's very own SuperValu as she chats with marketing director Ray Kelly.

She also discovers what goes into the production of Cork based Firebird's home heating solutions when she talks with Lenneke Willems.

10 Things to Know About, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin, Kathriona Devereux and Jonathan McCrea look at the science behind seaweed.

Recent research has indicated that supplementing the diets of cattle and sheep with it could significantly reduce methane emissions and help combat climate change.

They find out how research into monitoring and preserving the health and biodiversity of seaweed forests could help align with this potential game-changer for the farming industry.

New or Returning Shows

Prodigal Son, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

Return of the US crime drama, starring Tom Payne and Michael Sheen.

After his sister's shocking actions, criminal profiler Malcolm Bright's personal life is torn to pieces.

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To distract himself, he takes on a new case and must find the killer behind a recent beheading - and the only person he can turn to for help is his father.

Episode two follows at 10.30pm, where Malcolm grapples with the effect on his own trauma when a priest is found murdered in his place of worship.

Farewell Norris, 8.30pm, Virgin Media One

Sally Lindsay (above) narrates a tribute to Coronation Street legend Norris Cole and Malcolm Hebden, the actor who plays him, as they both bid farewell to the cobbles after 26 years.

The show features interviews with co-stars past and present as well as classic moments from the archives, and includes an honest and emotional interview with Hebden.

Diana: Queen of Style, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Yet another documentary exploring Diana Spencer's life - this time through her most famous outfits.

Featuring contributions from designers including Leomie Anderson, Jacques Azagury, Elizabeth Emanuel, Said Cyrus, and Joanna Osborne and Sally Muir - creators of the infamous sheep jumper - as well as drag artist Bimini, hairstylist Sam McKnight and makeup artist Mary Greenwell.

Verdi’s Rigoletto on the Lake, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Giuseppe Verdi's masterwork is performed for the first time on the breathtaking water stage of Lake Constance, Bregenz.

One of Verdi’s most popular works, Rigoletto is an unforgettable tale of a sacrifice and revenge; of a father’s rage and a daughter’s shame.

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River Hunters: War of the Roses, 9.00pm, Sky History

Streaming on NOW

This hour-long special sees Rick Edwards, Beau Ouimette and Gary Bankhead venture to the historic battlegrounds of Ferrybridge and Towton.

These are where some of the largest and bloodiest battles ever to be fought on British soil have taken place.

Using state-of-the-art underwater technology, the hunters are on a quest to uncover weapons and ancient objects used in the historic bloody battles.

Ending Today

Inside the Care Crisis with Ed Balls, 9.00pm, BBC Two

After spending time living and working in St Cecilia's care homes, Ed now turns his attention to domiciliary care, as many millions more people are being looked after in their own homes.

He shadows a professional carer on his 14-hour-day as he makes 16 home visits, discovering the financial hardships, emotional tolls and daily frustrations that carers often face.

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