Arlene McIntyre aims to transform a Dublin home in Designed for Life, football pundits Jeff Stelling and Chris Kamara are on a Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, and there's the finale of Angela Black . . .

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Designed for Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Danny and Wes moved from London to Ireland at the start of the pandemic - great timing folks! - and purchased their first home together, a terraced house on Dublin's northside.

Arlene McIntyre's brief is to transform it into a place to relax with friends, as well as deliver a dream bathroom.

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Celebrity Antiques Road Trip, 7.30pm, BBC Two

Football pundits Jeff Stelling (above) and Chris Kamara search for antiques in Leicestershire with the help of experts Angus Ashworth and Roo Irvine.

Along the way, Jeff forks out for an unusual piece of silver, while Chris falls in love with a 1966 World Cup souvenir.

American Crime Story, 9.15pm, BBC Two

Monica grows nervous and paranoid about the case - especially when her subpoena specifies a detail few know, and swearing nothing happened between her and Bill Clinton in an affidavit is the only answer.

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Elsewhere in Washington, Judge Kenneth Starr gathers his team to consider if they have sufficient evidence to impeach President Clinton.

Meanwhile Paula's deposition in Arkansas reveals how personal and hurtful the Clinton team is prepared to get.

One Foot in the Grave, 8.30pm, BBC Four

Season two of the classic sitcom opens with the Meldrews returning from an overseas holiday.

As post-holiday headaches go, this is an impressive one as Victor (Richard Wilson, above) and Margaret find yet another disaster awaiting them - their home has been demolished.

New or Returning Shows

The People v Climate Change, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Should be interesting to see how the neighbours approach this matter.

Britain has made big promises about reducing its impact on the planet, but getting there means huge changes to people's everyday lives.

In this documentary, cameras follow members of the UK's first-ever Citizens' Assembly on Climate Change, where 108 ordinary Brits are tasked with deciding what should be done to meet climate change goals.

DIY SOS: Children in Need Special, 9.00pm, BBC One

Comedian Rhod Gilbert dons his hard hat as guest presenter for this ambitious build in Brandesburton near Hull, East Yorkshire.

The team are joined by local volunteers to transform an overgrown 2.5 acres into a purpose-built adventure campsite for the St Michael's Youth Project (St Mike's), which receives funding from Children in Need.

Descent into the Maelstrom, 10.45pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

In 1980, Philip Glass (above) wrote a piece of music inspired by Edgar Allan Poe’s short story A Descent into the Maelstrom.

That in turn was inspired by Moskenesstraumen - a unique natural phenomenon outside the Lofoten islands.

This documentary follows the Arctic Philharmonic Orchestra to the top of the Ryten mountain where they perform Glass’ music overlooking Moskenesstraumen itself.

With its powerful music and majestic landscapes, Descent Into The Maelstrom is an ode to the beauty and harsh living conditions of Northern Norway.

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Johnny Test's Ultimate Meatloaf Quest, Netflix

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Join Johnny and Dukey on an epic interactive quest to find the perfect meatloaf - and save themselves from eating Dad's gross "garbage loaf" for dinner.

StoryBots: Laugh, Learn, Sing, Netflix

Learn along with Beep, Boop, Bing, Bang and Bo as they make their way through a musical alphabet, from awesome A's to mighty M's and all the way to Z!

Ending Today

Angela Black, 9.30pm, Virgin Media One

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The drama, starring Joanne Froggatt, comes to a conclusion.

Angela struggles to find proof of what Olivier and Theo did to her, and must use every bit of her strength, cunning and intelligence to beat her husband once and for all and ensure that she and her boys are protected from him.

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