There’s the second part of Ireland's Dirty Laundry, Mary Berry’s Fantastic Feasts begins on the Beeb, as does Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr, while The Andy Warhol Diaries lands on Netflix . . .

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Ireland's Dirty Laundry, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

The second and concluding part of the documentary looks at life for survivors after leaving the Magdalene Laundries.

For many of those involved, it was a bit like going from the frying pan into the fire, as they were being dumped, completely unprepared and vulnerable, in the outside world.

The prpgramme also explores present-day ramifications, as one of the principal witnesses Elizabeth Coppin pursues legal action.

She is eager to have what she experienced in the laundries recognised internationally as torture facilitated by the Irish State.

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Your Body Uncovered With Kate Garraway, 8.00pm, BBC Two

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Kate Garraway speaks to two more patients with everyday medical conditions and together with Dr Guddi Singh, guides them on an interactive medical consultation, to help understand their illness.

First up she meets Rozi, a doting grandmother to no fewer than 23 grandchildren, who tries to understand why Covid hit her so hard.

Later she meets up with Adrian, whose prostate has enlarged so much, he is in agony.

Donal's Road Trip, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Donal Skehan continues his culinary adventure around Ireland by heading to the Boyne Valley, an area steeped in myth, legend and - of course - its own food traditions.

He goes zip-lining at Carlingford Adventure Centre, visits Slane Castle, meets Maria Flynn at Ballymakenny Spud Shack and also takes part in a spot of beekeeping at Beewise in Kilmessan.

New or Returning Shows

Mary Berry’s Fantastic Feasts, 8.00pm, BBC One

In the first episode of this new series, Mary Berry (below) comes to the aid of three novice cooks.

They are fireman Mark, youth worker Callum and boxing instructor Thaer, who want to throw a spectacular afternoon tea to say thank you to Soraya, who runs a youth charity in Cardiff.

While the trio join Mary at her home for a series of cooking lessons, Roman Kemp and Tom Read Wilson oversee the extras to make the party extra special.

They also offer moral support when temperatures rise in the kitchen. When everything is ready, they head to Langley Hall near Cardiff to cook their feast for 15, and give Soraya the surprise of a lifetime.

Interior Design Masters With Alan Carr, 9.00pm, BBC One

Back for another run, Alan Carr hosts as ten aspiring designers compete to get their big break in the world of commercial interior design.

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For their first challenge, head judge Michelle Ogundehin asks them to transform five upmarket rental apartments in Manchester.

Working in pairs, the designers must take on a living room or master bedroom, and then work together on a shared home office.

Michael Mosley: Who Made Britain Fat? 9.00pm, Channel 4

I know it’s over there, but the same thing’s happened here.

The first of a two-part documentary in which journalist and broadcaster Michael Mosley (above) delves into the reasons for the steep rise in the number of Britons living with obesity.

He begins by investigating why past government policies have failed and whether new initiatives stand any better chance in the face of the massive advertising spend of fast-food companies.

Mosley also visits one of the new pre-school obesity clinics, where babies as young as one are being treated, talks to campaigner Jamie Oliver and discovers from former chancellor George Osborne why the sugar tax did not go far enough.

New to Stream

The Andy Warhol Diaries, Netflix

After he's shot in 1968, Andy Warhol begins documenting his life and feelings. Those diaries, and this docuseries, take a peek behind his persona.

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Queer Eye: Germany, Netflix

Five experts in lifestyle, fashion, beauty, health and design - known as the Fab Five - dazzle a nation and transform lives in this Gwrman version of the makeover series.

The Last Kingdom: Season 5, Netflix

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After a bit of a delay, here's the final chapter of the historical drama, so no more Viking invasions after this.

A fragile peace has reigned in England for years, but Uhtred believes that trouble is just over the horizon - and events soon confirm his suspicions.

Ending Today

Finné, 9.30pm, TG4

This last episode looks at a very unique lad from Limerick.

Growing up in Limerick city, Roy Galvin (above) never had any aspirations of being Ireland's first male ballet dancer.

But he dedicated his life to music and dance, and became a professional dancer with The Irish Ballet Company and Dublin City Ballet, prior to establishing his own Pas de Deux Dance Company.

Roy was very involved in the gay rights campaign in Ireland and established the GAA - no, not that one. It's Gaeilgeoirí Aeracha Aontaithe.

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