Crimes and Confessions looks at miscarriages of justice in Ireland, acclaimed teen drama Euphoria returns, Food Unwrapped Goes Veggie, and there’s a Van Gogh night on BBC Four . . .

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Crimes and Confessions, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This new, three-part series examines three of the most notorious miscarriages of justice from the 1970s and 1980s, drawing links between them and looking at the methods of the Garda.

The first case to come under the spotlight is from 1971, when 19-year-old Una Lynskey vanished without a trace near her home in county Meath.

Garda charged three local men with her disappearance, but all three claimed their confessions were coerced from them.

When her body was finally recovered, there were tragic repercussions.

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Food Unwrapped Goes Veggie, 8.00pm, Channel 4

As the title indicates, this is a special episode of Food Unwrapped. It looks back at some of the show's best vegetarian features.

They include Jimmy Doherty paying a visit to the home of Beyond Burger and putting their meat substitutes through a taste test, Kate Quilton learning more about jackfruit, and an investigation into the UK's soil crisis, that raises some useful tips for viewers planning to grow their own vegetables.

Party Island: Summer in Zante, 10.00pm, Channel 4

As the fun and games continue for holidaymakers on the hugely popular Greek island, two bar owners face a make or break summer for their establishment.

Meanwhile, a group of Wrexham lads come to the island looking for love - and a drink - while a social media influencer and her best friend make it their business to know everything about the island.

New or Returning Shows

Euphoria, 10.05pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW

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Created, written, and directed by Sam Levinson (son of Barry), and starring Emmy winner Zendaya – who picked up an Emmy for her performances in season one - the patchy-but-gripping teen drama series returns.

Amidst the intertwining lives in the town of East Highland, 17-year-old Rue (Zendaya) must find hope while balancing the pressures of love, loss, and addiction.

Levinson has promised a bleaker show this time around, which will take some doing. The first wasn't exactly a barrel of laughs.

Couples Therapy, 11.15pm, BBC Two

Documentary about the world of relationship counselling, following four couples as they open up about their issues to therapist Dr Orna Guralnik.

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Annie and Mau revisit a traumatic birthday and DeSean reveals why he is fed up with Elaine, while Sarah wants a baby but Lauren isn't ready, and Evelyn and Alan make a painful decision.

Art on the BBC: Van Gogh – Life and Art, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Kate Bryan constructs a visual history of Van Gogh from the BBC archives, exploring the artist's mental health struggles and fraught relationship with Paul Gauguin.

Drawing on programmes ranging from The Power of Art to Doctor Who, and featuring contributions from experts and enthusiasts including Jeremy Paxman and Andrew Graham-Dixon.

Bookended by Stealing Van Gogh (8pm) with Andrew Graham-Dixon and drama-documentary Vincent Van Gogh: Painted with Words at 10pm.

Lie with Me, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

Here’s a four-part UK/Australian co-produced thriller, starring Charlie Brooks and Phoebe Roberts.

Seeking a fresh start for their marriage, Briton Anna and her Australian husband Jake move to Melbourne with their two small children.

With Anna resuming her career, they hire a young live-in nanny to help - but local girl Becky is anything but the innocent stranger she pretends to be.

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Dry Your Eyes, 10.35pm, BBC One

Return of the comedy sketch show, from the Give My Head Peace crew, a hefty 16 years after its initial run.

It features a woman obsessed with calling the police for trivial reasons, and a needy checkout girl who cannot cope with rejection - even if it's just the offer of a loyalty card.

Plus, there’s a parody of Line of Duty, in which a Northern Irish detective based in England can always get a confession by being incomprehensible to his suspects.

Craig Charles: UFO Conspiracies, 9.00pm, Sky History

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Presented by BBC 6 Music DJ Craig Charles (aka Dave Lister in Red Dwarf), alongside renowned space journalist, astrophysicist, and award-winning author Sarah Cruddas.

This series looks at evidence to uncover whether unexplained aerial phenomena are prowling the skies above us and, more importantly, why?

Running parallel to the US Defense Department’s investigation of Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, released by the United States Congress in June 2021, there are many other unexplained incidents.

Craig and Sarah travel to Wales to look at some of the most perplexing UFO encounters of recent times.

New to Stream

Undercover: Season 3, Netflix

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The Belgian crime drama, inspired by real-life events, returns for a third run.

Hoping to turn his life around, Bob takes on a dangerous undercover mission to root out a police mole, but his path once again crosses with Ferry Bouman.

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