There's the self-explanatory Savile: Portrait of a Predator, Callan Kicks the Years looks at the Bertiest of times, Michaela Coel’s I May Destroy You lands on RTÉ2 - and Tiger King returns . . .

Pick of the Day

Savile: Portrait of a Predator, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Documentary looking inside the criminal world of Jimmy Savile – a much-loved TV personality until he was revealed to be one of Britain's most prolific sex offenders.

It’s seen through the eyes of those who worked alongside him and who investigated him after his death 10 years ago this month.

Featuring interviews with key witnesses and a detective who investigated his crimes for the Met's Operation Yewtree, it reveals how Savile planned his career and lifestyle to aid his abuse, escape detection and avoid being held to account.

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I May Destroy You, 10.30pm, RTÉ2

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Superb and challenging drama exploring sexual consent in contemporary life. It was created, written, co-directed, and executive produced by Michaela Coel for BBC One and HBO.

Taking her own horrendous experience as inspiration, this cathartic show sees Coel star as Arabella, a young writer in the public eye who seeks to rebuild her life after being raped.

In the opening episode, the up-and-coming writer returns to London from visiting her boyfriend in Italy and is greeted by a deluge of frantic messages from her literary agents.

With a matter of hours left to finish a draft of her second book, she plans to pull an all-nighter - but is soon tempted to join a friend for a night on the town.

Episode two follows at 11.05pm, where lunch with Terry gets Arabella thinking about the hazy events of the previous night and growing increasingly desperate to put together the pieces.

Beyond the Menu, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Mark Moriarty (above) heads to Galway to meet chef Gráinne Mullins, who set up her business Grá Chocolates at home and is set to expand into larger premises.

She started making Easter eggs for friends during the restaurant closures and then everything took off rapidly.

Callan Kicks the Years, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

In an episode entitled The Bertie Boom Years, Oliver Callan takes a satirical look at the boom years under Bertie Ahern.

This was a time when a man in yellow trousers pinched the peace process and a whole economy as the country fell for models, gangland, Diarmuid Gavin gardens and crushing credit while health crumbled.

An Cuan, 9.30pm, TG4

Dublin Bay blossoms in the summer and its inhabitants make the most of the good weather.

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Nestled in the heart of Dublin Port, ecologists check on the special pontoons built for the nesting tern population.

Divers explore the magical underwater world of Dublin Bay as the warm weather creates more challenges for the local eco-system.

Shetland, 9.00pm, BBC One

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Having reached a dead end, Perez returns to the incident board in a fresh search for clues and soon finds that Carrie McAndrew, the chef on Eamon's boat, was in debt to Niven Guthrie.

Fiona Bedford also reveals that her husband is tracking her whereabouts, so must have known about her affair with Galbraith.

Armed with this information, Perez delves deeper into Bedford's movements on the day of Galbraith's death.

Meanwhile, as Donna grows weaker she asks Duncan for one last favour, a request that leaves him horrified.

New or Returning Shows

Work in Progress, 9.00pm, Sky Comedy

Streaming on NOW

Abby is back for a second seasonof the thoughtful dramedy, which finds her navigating the fallout of a breakup.

Just as she feels she’s starting to get her head above water the global pandemic converges with a family emergency and forces Abby into uncharted territory.

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The season premiere finds Abby settling into a routine with a new roommate and embarking on a fraught quest to find a new therapist - ideally, one she doesn’t hate.

All out of almonds and hanging on by a thread, Abby blusters her way through a shrinking list while doing her best just to make it to tomorrow.

Then, when a crisis in Abby’s apartment threatens her most prized possessions, a cascade of buried memories takes her back to where her mental health journey began.

New to Stream

Tiger King 2, Netflix

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Didn’t think there could possibly be any more twists and turns to this story? Well, especially as the main character is serving time in jail these days.

But this is America. Trump may be gone from the White House, but the insanity continues.

Tiger King returns with a second season that digs further into the mysteries, madness and mayhem that – pretty inexplicably – previously captivated audiences around the world.

Tear Along the Dotted Line, Netflix

A cartoonist in Rome with his armadillo-for-a-conscience reflect on his path in life and unrequited love as he and his friends travel outside the city.

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The Queen of Flow: Season 2, Netflix

Years after seeking vengeance, Yeimy lives a peaceful existence. But Charly's release from prison - and the return of an enemy - change everything.

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