Bill Hughes presents Vincent Hanley: Sex, Lies and Videotapes, Timeshift offers tips on How to Write a Mills & Boon, an infamous pair are recalled in Moors Murders: The Witness, and The Walking Dead returns for the last time . . .

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Vincent Hanley: Sex, Lies and Videotapes, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

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Producer, broadcaster and gay activist Bill Hughes documents his friendship with the late radio and TV presenter Vincent Hanly, who died in 1987.

The revealing story tells of Vincent's life and his death from an Aids-related illness.

Bill also meets with friends and lovers of Vincent, who describe a man full of life, energy, and big ideas.

In addition, he talks to Cathal Kerrigan and Una Mullaly, who discuss the brutal reality of being gay in Ireland at that time.

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Timeshift: How to Write a Mills & Boon, 8.00pm, BBC Four

Wannabe authors and Mills & Boons should lap this up.

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Author Stella Duffy sets out to produce her own novel for the company that has become one of the biggest names in romantic fiction.

She enlists the help of some avid fans in a challenging mission that takes her from London to Italy and offers an insight into the joy and frustration of writing.

Panorama, 8.30pm, BBC One

The best way to win the ongoing battle against Covid is to vaccinate the whole world, but in poorer countries not enough people are getting the jab.

Only eight per cent of the population in Africa are fully protected. There are now enough vaccines being made for everyone on the planet, but it seems they aren't being shared.

Bronagh Munro investigates why the global vaccine roll out is failing and asks whether governments and the big drug companies could be doing more to keep everyone safe.

Se7en, 9.30pm, TG4

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David Fincher's neo-noir 1995 thriller, starring Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kevin Spacey, is mostly remembered for its ending. But there’s much more to it.

An old-school detective and his headstrong new partner discover a connection between two unusually horrific murders.

They then realise they are on the trail of a serial killer who deems his victims to be each guilty of one of the seven deadly sins.

But the longer the cops pursue the murderer, the ever more twisted and disturbing the slayings become.

New or Returning Shows

Moors Murders: The Witness, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Here’s some more murder to brighten up your Monday night.

It’s an analysis of never-before-seen letters from convicted Moors Murderers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley (above), written over their five decades in prison, and personal accounts from those who knew them.

The first episode features an eyewitness account of the last murder from Myra Hindley's brother-in-law David Smith.

It also features contributions from 1960s’ pop singer Janie Jones, who befriended Hindley in prison and conducted a 40-year-long correspondence with both Hindley and Brady.

New to Stream

The Walking Dead, Disney+

The long-running zombie drama returns for its final run with our heroes fighting imminent hellfire under Reaper attack or battling Mother Nature’s torrential wrath in Alexandria.

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For everyone involved, their world is literally crashing down around them. Meanwhile, life in the Commonwealth is not as idyllic as it seems.

For some, hope will be renewed. Others will be pushed past the point of no return. Lives hang in the balance with each decision drastically changing their chances of survival.

Binge watchers note: episodes are arriving on a weekly basis.

Don't Kill Me, Netflix

After Mirta dies of a drug overdose with her lover, she resuscitates alone and discovers she's part of a violent world she never knew existed.

Cry Macho, Virgin Media Player

Based on the book of the same name, this movie stars Clint Eastwood as a one-time rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder.

In 1978, he takes a job from an ex-boss to bring the man’s young son home and away from his alcoholic mother.

Crossing rural Mexico on their back way to Texas, the unlikely pair faces an unexpectedly challenging journey, with the world-weary horseman teaching the boy what it means to be a good man.

Ending Today

Chloe, 9.00pm, BBC One

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As the drama concludes, Becky's carefully constructed web of lies begins to crumble around her, as she stumbles on a message from Livia to Elliot confirming that they are doing a background search on her.

Angry with Becky for refusing to admit that she smashed his phone, Elliot drives her car onto the wrong side of the road, heading towards oncoming traffic to frighten her.

She faces a race against time to discover the truth before his political launch.

The Great Cookbook Challenge with Jamie Oliver, 8.00pm, Channel 4

The final six cooks create two dishes to try and impress the judges.

The first must be a weeknight meal that is quick and simple to make, and the cooks rise to the occasion with chicken tikka lasagne, a Filipino stew, chilli tofu stir-fry, a vegan take on beef noodles, a creamy coconut dahl, and a chicken and black bean stir-fry.

The second challenge is a weekend family feast. The resulting dishes include a roast pork dinner, lemongrass lamb chops, and a venison and fig pasta-free lasagne.

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