Peter Jackson's much-heralded documentary The Beatles: Get Back lands on Disney+, there's a look at deer-feeding in the Phoenix Park, Dara O Briain hosts Mock the Week - and Britain finds its best woodworker!

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The Beatles: Get Back, Disney+

This is a big one for Disney's streaming service. A Beatle-y big one.

Peter Jackson’s project, re-examining the footage that formed the basis of the final Beatles’ film Let It Be, was meant to be a cinema release to mark the original movie’s 50th anniversary in 2020.

But the pandemic got in the way.

As a result, The Beatles Get Back (which was the original title for the film), is now a three-part, six-hour documentary on Disney+. The first part lands today, followed by parts two and three on Friday and Saturday.

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An awful lot has been written and said about this project. It promises to show the latter days of the Fab Four in a truer light, while offering a fascinating and revealing look at how the biggest and best band ever went about their daily business.

Don’t Miss

It's a Park's Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Another look at the working life of those who look after Dublin’s Phoenix Park.

Brian the gardener's beloved bees need some attention as the hive has been particularly challenging and he has to go about sourcing a new queen to calm it.

There is also an insight into the adverse affects of the public feeding the deer.

Nadiya’s Fast Flavours, 8.30pmm, BBC Two

Hands up who loves custard!

Nadiya Hussain rustles up dishes including a magical custard tart with a creme brulee twist.

She also crafts a fabulously fancy focaccia. So yum-yums all-round.

She loves to bend the rules, so instead of sticking with a savoury flavour, she is going sweet.

Also, Bolton-based pastry chef Dinesh Patel makes his signature Shrikhand cheesecake.

Mock the Week, 11.15pm, BBC Two

Dara O Briain and Hugh Dennis look back at all the stuff that's been going on in the news this week, with Maisie Adam, Angela Barnes, Jen Brister, Rhys James and Ahir Shah.

All the President’s Men, 10.00pm, BBC Four

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Alan J Pakula's drama, starring Robert Redford, Dustin Hoffman, Jason Robards and Hal Holbrook, is a 1970s' classic.

It tells the true story of Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, who persevered in their investigation of the links between the Watergate break-in and the White House.

It was a scandal that eventually forced the resignation of US President Nixon.

Home Rescue - The Big Fix, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

Róisín Murphy and Peter Finn (above) visit Carlow, where they meet Sis, who has a love of crafting and of re-purposing donated items - but all of these materials and items are taking over her home.

Can Róisín and Peter create a calmer space for her and provide a bit of much-needed bit of room for her family?

New or Returning Shows

Queens of Rap, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The story of women in hip-hop culture, examining two of its biggest stars.

It looks at how Megan Thee Stallion - a battle rapper from Texas - and Cardi B (above) - a former stripper and reality TV star - became two of the most famous women of the genre on the planet.

This documentary, directed by award-winning podcast presenter and investigative journalist Poppy Begum, features a largely female cast of contributors including writers, journalists, music industry players and rappers.

Wirecard: A Billion Euro Lie, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Wirecard was a fast-growing European tech company that was on the rise.

Then in early 2020, a gaping hole of more than two billion dollars is found in the company’s books.

Everything unravels quickly: The CEO is arrested. The stock price tumbles. Thousands lose their jobs and even more lose their money.

But then things get even stranger.

This feature-length financial crime story/global thriller explores the rise and fall of this tech giant, following the mysterious lives of its most powerful executives and the people who risked more than their careers to take them down.

New to Stream

F is for Family: Season 5, Netflix

The raunchy and nostalgic animated comedy returns for a fifth season.

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Ending Today

Handmade: Britain’s Best Woodworker, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Mel Giedroyc (below) welcomes the three finalists back to the workshop nestled in ancient woodland on Wales' Glanusk Estate to make their biggest build yet - towering garden buildings.

With just two days to build huge creations that would take professionals weeks to make, the woodworkers must give this final build everything they've got.

Only one competitor can win, and it's up to judges Alex de Rijke and Helen Welch to decide who is Britain's best woodworker.

What’s next? Britain’s Best brickie?

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