Steve Coogan stars in a new dramedy called Chivalry, there’s the first sign of summer as Super Garden returns, as does Special Forces - Ultimate Hell Week, while Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad goes on a road trip . . .

Pick of the Day

Chivalry, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Gender politics and romance come under close scrutiny in this dramedy written by and featuring Steve Coogan and Sarah Solemani.

Shrewd studio executive Jean Shrill (Wanda Sykes) arranges for passionate indie-darling film-maker Bobby Sohrabi (Solemani), to take over as director of a problematic movie produced by Cameron O'Neill (Coogan).

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Cameron must navigate remaining relevant at a time when cancel-culture is all too real and is surprised when spending time with Bobby awakens a creative side of himself, he thought had long-since passed

In episode two at 10.30pm, Cameron questions his past actions and Jean confirms his worst suspicions.

Don’t Miss

Taskmaster, 9.00pm, Channel 4

All-powerful Taskmaster Greg Davies sets more perplexing and downright extraordinary tasks for Ardal O'Hanlon (below), Bridget Christie, Chris Ramsey, Judi Love and Sophie Duker.

Greg's personal valet Alex Horne diligently notes the facts and figures as Ardal makes some sheep, Chris gets younger, Judi becomes a queen, Sophie wets some teabags and Bridget gets lost in a small field.

Luxury Fashion for Less, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Sophie Morgan and Michelle Ackerley continue to meet insiders who spill the beans on how to buy luxury fashion labels at huge discounts.

Not everything here might apply to an Irish setting, but the gist is pretty universal.

They find almost identical clothes being sold by well-known brands at very different prices and show exactly where to get today's High Street fashions for a third less.

Plus, the truth about designer outlet bargains, how to buy the best jeans, and how to bag Burberry leather without paying Burberry prices.

King Kong, 10.00pm, BBC Four

It’s almost a hundred years old, but this Hollywood classic remains a key moment in cinema history.

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It’s the legendary fantasy from 1933, starring Fay Wray, Robert Armstrong and Bruce Cabot.

A film producer and his crew visit a remote island where they encounter a 50ft gorilla which takes a shine to their leading lady.

When they decide to take it back to America, they fail to foresee the inevitable havoc as the gigantic ape runs amok in New York.

Meet the Richardsons, 10.00pm, Dave

It's Gill and Johnny Vegas's wedding day – but there’s a lot more going on in this hyper-reality show.

Lucy finds out that she's got a famous relative – none other than Coronation Street legend Beverley Callard – and then Jon and Lucy finally uncover the celebrity couple ripping this show off.

Here are some outtakes from season 2:

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Art That Made Us, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Interesting history lesson here.

Artists and experts reveal how, during the reign of Elizabeth I, Protestants and Catholics used art, language and new technology to wage a battle for power in the British Isles, creating surprising and often radical works.

Author Stephanie Merritt re-assesses the John Foxe's grisly Book of Martyrs as a work of history and nationalist propaganda, with passages performed by actress Morfydd Clark.

New or Returning Shows

Super Garden, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

The return of the contest sees five more budding garden designers competing for the chance to showcase their horticultural talent at the prestigious Bloom Festival.

First up is online marketing executive Paul Ferry from Gweedore in Donegal, who tackles the garden of Tom and Catherine Moore in Riverside in Kells, county Meath, who want a space that will transport them to Texas.

With judges Brian Burke, Monica Alvarez and Gary Graham.

Special Forces - Ultimate Hell Week, 9.430pm, RTÉ2

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Another new batch of 28 civilian recruits begin the Army training challenge, and they are thrown in at the deep end when their bus is suddenly ambushed by the DS.

The intense welcome gets even tougher as the DS decide unarmed combat is the perfect way for the recruits to properly introduce themselves to one another.

The RKO Story: Tales from Hollywood, 9.00pm, BBC Four

The late great Ed Asner (below) tells the story of RKO Pictures film production and distribution company through the eyes of the people who worked there from its creation at the start of the talkies in the late 1920s.

First shown in 1987, this documentary is essential viewing for anyone with an interest in cinema.

Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad, 8.30pm, Virgin Media One

Season two opens with a basic premise: Bradley Walsh (below) is not interested in travelling the world, unlike his son Barney, who has visited everywhere from Indonesia to San Francisco and Moscow.

So, together they look to broaden dad Brad’s horizon by embarking on a series of road trips, which take them across the United States and Europe.

Along the way the father and son duo have the opportunity to see the sights, learn about local activities and culture, and spend some quality time together before they get back behind the wheel of the RV.

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