There's a look at the private rooms in Farmleigh on It’s a Park’s Life, Richard Bacon examines cancel culture in Cancelled, Michael Urie stars in Single All the Way, and it’s bye-bye FBI and FBI: Most Wanted . . .

Pick of the Day

It's a Park's Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Here’s another glimpse at life for those who work, rest and play at Dublin’s massive Phoenix Park.

It’s all heavy machinery and nail-biting manoeuvres over at Knockmaroon Gates where after a three-year restoration project the historical iron gate will be rehung at the Park.

Plus, there’s a look at the private rooms of Farmleigh Estate. Which is nice.

Don’t Miss

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

Having once run an organised home, Kirsty Lespeare suffered an accident that left her with limited mobility, meaning she struggles to keep on top of day-to-day tasks around the house.

She, partner Taurean and their four children want Stacey, and team members Dilly Carter, Iwan Carrington and Robert Bent to find storage solutions for their rented home, that won't damage the property and will help give Kirsty her independence back.

There are emotional moments as Kirsty tries to let go of clothes that hold memories from before the accident, and Taurean starts to face the part he's played in the build-up of the clutter.

The Conversation, 9.00pm, Channel 4

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Francis Ford Coppola's thriller, starring Gene Hackman, John Cazale, Robert Duvall, Allen Garfield and Harrison Ford, is a classic example of the paranoia that permeated Hollywood’s output in the early 1970s.

Hackman is superb as an obsessive, paranoid electronic surveillance expert - renowned within the profession as being the best – who makes the unprofessional mistake of getting personally involved in a dangerous case on his San Francisco patch.

New or Returning Shows

Cancelled, 10.00pm, Channel 4

From entertainment to academia, presenter Richard Bacon (below) examines how so-called `cancel culture" is affecting people's lives.

In reflecting on how reputations can be destroyed in an instant, he considers the freedom to disagree and the right to take offence as he tries to assess where free speech should begin and end.

He also encounters some of `the cancelled", to hear first-hand about the impact and consequences of being publicly shunned.

24 Hours in A&E, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Karan is rushed to St George's by ambulance after being tackled in a football match, leaving the 24-year-old with fractured bones in his leg.

Will has a painful swelling on his head due to an infection of his scalp. The 30-year-old shares the story of how his teenage life was suddenly altered after an unprovoked assault.

He describes how his brain injury was life-changing, and it's totally altered his outlook on life.

Rock music fan Jonathan suffers a broken toe after dropping a wooden chopping board on his foot.

New to Stream

The Whole Truth, Netflix

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This looks like fun.

When two siblings stumble on a strange hole in the wall of their grandparents’ house, horrifying incidents reveal sinister secrets about their family.

Single All The Way, Netflix

Former Ugly Betty caster Michael Urie pops up here, alongside Brothers and Sisters hunk Luke Macfarlane.

Urie stars as Peter, who asks his best friend to pose as his boyfriend on a Christmas visit home, but their plan - and feelings - change when his family plays matchmaker.

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Ending Today

Home Rescue - The Big Fix, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

In the final episode, Róisín Murphy and Peter Finn (below) are in the South Dublin suburb of Tallaght to transform the home of Brigid and Chris, undertaking one of their most ambitious projects to date.

They plan to turn the home's entire ground floor into one united open plan living space, but its a monumental task to sort through the property, which is full of clutter.

FBI, 9.00pm, Sky Witness

Streaming on NOW

In the season 3 finale, five prominent men are killed at a trendy New York City restaurant.

The team's investigation subsequently brings them into contact with a lieutenant in Antonio Vargas' cartel.

This then triggers a long-awaited showdown between Isobel and Vargas.

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FBI: Most Wanted, 10.00pm, Sky Witness

Streaming on NOW

As Season 2 wraps, Jess and the Most Wanted team head to Tennessee to track down an undercover DEA agent who appears to have turned dirty amid a major drug ring operation.

Also, Sarah wonders if it was a mistake to move in with Jess and Tali so soon.

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