There’s new BBC comedy The Witchfinder, a documentary about Irish women accused of being witches, more from Home of the Year, Killing Eve and This Is Going to Hurt, and a new season of The Proof is Out There . . .

Pick of the Day

The Witchfinder, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This new comedy comes from the folks behind Alan Patridge. Got to be worth a look, eh?

It stars Tim Key, Daisy May Cooper, Jessica Hynes and Daniel Rigby, with Key playing Gideon Bannister, a failing witchfinder who arrives in an East Anglian village in search of work.

Desperate for the wealth and fame a big trial could bring, all he finds is an uncouth local woman accused of killing a pig.

While he makes the most of this trivial case, an opportunity presents itself that could change his fortunes for ever.

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Don’t Miss

Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

More gorgeous gaffs for HOTY judges Hugh Wallace, Amanda Bone and Sara Cosgrove (below) to visit.

Tonight they call on Padma and John Burke's split-level property in county Wicklow, Lisa and Conor Healy's 1950s’ estate home in Dublin and Martin and Saoirse O'Dwyer's renovated 1870s cottage in Sligo.

Killing Eve, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

The fourth and final season continues with an episode entitled Don't Get Eaten.

Villanelle's quest for change does not go to plan, while Eve locates Helene, who may be useful in her revenge mission against the Twelve.

Carolyn is pushed aside by MI6 and is forced to seek co-operation elsewhere to find out who ordered Kenny's hit.

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This Is Going to Hurt, 9.00pm, BBC One

As the Ben Wishaw-starring dramedy continues, Adam learns he is the subject of a serious complaint, which means he could lose his licence.

He begins to obsess about who might have informed against him, and his mental health spirals into manic paranoia.

In the wake of Ms Houghton's tough love advice, Shruti attempts to be more emotionally detached to cope with the job. But it all backfires when she finds herself dealing with a grieving couple.

New or Returning Shows

The Proof is Out There, 10.00pm, Sky History

Streaming on NOW

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A new season kicks off as host Tony Harris separates the real from the fake in some of the top UFOs caught on camera in recent history.

Spanning 70 years, videos range from a bizarre shape caught on camera during a 1950s minor league baseball game, to new videos leaked in 2021 of pyramids apparently stalking US warships, to a UFO that seemingly dives into the ocean and disappears.

Harris and a collection of top experts, from national security specialists to physicists, evaluate each video or film.

The Conductor, 7.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Born in New York, Marin Alsop first saw the legendary Leonard Bernstein when she was nine-years old.

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At that moment, she knew what she wanted to be in life: a conductor. Told that girls can’t do that, Marin struggled against enormous prejudices and institutional obstacles for decades to become one of the world’s most renowned classical music conductors.

The Conductor follows Marin’s improbable rise and her single-minded pursuit to achieve her dream.

An Diabhal Inti, 10.00pm, TG4

Episode One tells the story of two women in Ireland who faced persecution as 'witches'.

In Kilkenny Alice Kyteler, suspected of killing her husband, is accused of heresy by the Bishop who believes she is in league with the devil.

Alice flees, but her maidservant Petronella de Meath meets a terrible fate.

Centuries later as witch panics spread across Europe, in Puritan Youghal a beggar woman named Florence Newton is accused of bewitching a servant Mary Longdon for refusing her charity.

Florence is put on trial for the crime of witchcraft and became known forever as the 'Witch of Youghal.

Katie Price: Harvey and Me, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

If you missed this last night on BBC One, it's a documentary about model and businesswoman Katie Price's son Harvey, who was born with a rare disorder.

It follows Katie and Harvey as he turns 18, with the pair exploring the options of further education colleges and meeting other families that contain disabled young adults.

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Mothers, Missiles and the American President, 9.00pm, BBC Four

The story of three Welsh sisters who took action over the threat of nuclear war in the 1980s, having heard that American cruise missiles were to be stored at Greenham Common in Berkshire.

From chaining themselves to the railings in their town centre to marching to Greenham itself and setting up camp at the RAF site, they and many other women faced ridicule.

Worse than that, they also faced the threat of violence and even prison - and even took on Ronald Reagan himself in a bid to stop the missiles' arrival.

New to Stream

Taylor Tomlinson: Look At You, Netflix

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American stand-up Taylor Tomlinson returns to Netflix with her second original comedy special.

Taylor hilariously shares an intimate look at her struggles with mental health, grief, and dating, and the show was filmed at the historic Wilbur Theater in Boston.

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