There's a star-studded guest list on this week's Late Late Show, a Eurovision night on BBC Four, Shamrock Rovers v Derry City, Claire Danes stars in The Essex Serpent, and Ghostbusters: Afterlife lands on Sky . . .

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Westlife's Mark Feehily, Lenny Abrahamson and Alison Oliver, Paul Brady, John Sheahan and Mundy are among Ryan Tubridy's guests this week.

As they prepare for the launch of Conversations with Friends, director Lenny Abrahamson and the show's Cork-born star Alison Oliver (below) will join Ryan to chat about bringing Sally Rooney's debut novel to the small screen.

There's a special musical treat from three men who share the same birthday. John Sheahan, Paul Brady and Mundy will be playing some of their biggest hits and sharing some stories along the way.

Westlife’s Mark Feehily will join Ryan to talk about how fatherhood has changed his life, why The Masked Singer had a profound effect on him, and his excitement at getting back on stage with Westlife this summer.

He'll also be performing two special songs.

Plus, there'll be a very special performance from composer RuthAnne Cunningham and some of The Late Late Toy Show kids including Saoirse Ruane as they get ready to make a very special announcement that has been in the works for quite some time.

Don’t Miss

Eurovision Night on BBC Four

TOTP2: Eurovision Special, 9.00pm, BBC Four

If you’re looking to get in the mood for tomorrow night’s Eurovision, this is the place to go.

Steve Wright presents a selection of archive hits from the contest in this repeat from 2007.

Featuring performances by Abba (below), Cliff Richard, Bucks Fizz, Katrina and the Waves, Lulu and Brotherhood of Man, plus an appearance by that year's UK entrants Scooch.

Remember them? Me neither.

That’s followed at 10pm by Eurovision at 60, a documentary looking at the song contest since its launch in 1956 up to 2015.

Hosts and competitors tell the behind-the-scenes story of Eurovision - widely regarded as the greatest and most eccentric song contest on Earth.

Then at 11.30pm, there’s Dana - The Original Derry Girl, the story of the singer, who won the 1970 Eurovision Song Contest for Ireland with All Kinds of Everything.

According to records, this was The First Time Ireland Ever Won Anything.

At a time when the violent conflict of the Troubles was dominating the news, Rosemary Scallon - better known as Dana (above) - became a national hero overnight while still a teenager.

The programme looks at what happened after she won the competition, including her successful pop and TV career in the 70s, her marriage to Damien Scallon, her move to Alabama, and her stint in Irish politics.

Friday Night Soccer, 7.30pm, RTÉ2

Live coverage of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division encounter at Tallaght Stadium, as Shamrock Rovers host Derry City (kick-off 7.45pm).

Rovers have won the title in each of the last two campaigns, but Derry have made a strong start to the campaign and look set to be the main challengers for their opponents' crown.

Going into the game, Stephen Bradley’s Hoops are just one point ahead of Ruaidhri Higgins’ Candystripes after Monday's 3-1 win against Sligo Rovers that included a hat-trick from second-half substitute Graham Burke (above).

Both sides like to play it on the deck, so this could be a cracker.

Peter Collins presents, with analysis from Declan Devine and Stuey Byrne, commentary by Des Curran and Pat Fenlon, and reports from Tony O'Donoghue.

New or Returning Shows

Let’s Make a Love Scene, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Channel 4 just keeps on out-Channel 4-ing itself.

This is a two-parter where singletons looking for love star in their own romcom, supported and coached through intimate scenes by intimacy co-ordinator Rufai `Roo" Ajala and acting coach Emma Crompton.

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Rugby player Lailand is the leading man in this programme, starring in scenes inspired by Mr & Mrs Smith, 9 1/2 Weeks and Out of Sight with three single women.

After watching the steamy scenes back on the big screen, Lailand must choose to go on a real-life date with either special needs teacher Trish, administrative assistant Marta or administrator Maisie.

Host Ellie Taylor reveals whether any on-screen chemistry turns into real-life love.

Guy Garvey: From the Vaults, 8.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Returning for a third season, Elbow front man and broadcaster Guy Garvey unearths three decades of TV gold.

That means a mix of era-defining musical performances, long lost studio appearances and revealing interviews that have remained on the shelves for decades.

In this opening episode the spotlight is on 1989 – where the burgeoning Madchester scene brings the TV debuts of The Stone Roses (below) and Inspiral Carpets as well as a rarely-seen educational programme profiling Happy Mondays.

There are early performances from Sonic Youth and The La’s, while the best in hip hop and dance comes courtesy of Ice-T, Inner City and Neneh Cherry plus an interview with Soul II Soul.

Guy also takes a look at rarely seen footage of iconic College Rock artists such as They Might Be Giants, 10,000 Maniacs and Black Francis, who performs an acoustic Pixies classic.

Meanwhile Grace Jones catches up with legendary chat show host Dame Edna Everage. Blimey!

New to Stream

Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Sky Cinema & NOW

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Director Jason Reitman and producer Ivan Reitman herald in the next chapter in the original Ghostbusters universe.

When a single mother and her two kids arrive in a small town, they begin to discover their connection to the original ghostbusters and the secret legacy their grandfather left behind.

Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Logan Kim and Celeste O’Connor are the kids carrying on the bustin’ legacy, while Carrie Coon and Paul Rudd are the grownups trying to keep control.

And when something’s strange in the neighbourhood, who you gonna call? Original cast members Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson and Sigourney Weaver, naturally.

The Essex Serpent, Apple TV +

In this new drama series, London widow Cora Seaborne (Claire Danes) moves to Essex to investigate reports of a mythical serpent.

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She forms a surprising bond of science and skepticism with the local pastor (Tom Hiddleston), but when tragedy strikes, locals accuse her of attracting the creature.

Bling Empire, Netflix

Los Angeles’s blinged-out, uber-rich Asians are back with even more luxury, glamor and crazy.

This season, a romance between Kevin and Kim percolates, Cherie and Jessey’s relationship is questioned, and as Kane and Kevin’s best bud friendship is tested.

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Then Beverly Hills’s rivaling queens, Christine and Anna, put a new twist on the art of social warfare.

But through it all, the one thing these friends hold dearest to their hearts is their love for each other . . . and of course, their particular approach to style.

The Lincoln Lawyer, Netflix

Here's a legal drama series created by David E Kelley and developed by Ted Humphrey, based on the 2008 novel The Brass Verdict by Michael Connelly.

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It stars Manuel Garcia-Rulfo as Mickey Haller, a defense attorney in Los Angeles who works out of a chauffeur-driven Lincoln Town Car rather than an office.

In leading roles, Neve Campbell, Becki Newton, Jazz Raycole, Angus Sampson, and Christopher Gorham also star.

Greatness Code, Apple TV +

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Here’s a landmark unscripted series directed by Gotham Chopra that spotlights untold stories from the greatest athletes in the world.

The first season unfolds with seven mini episodes, each examining a pivotal moment that defined an athlete’s career.

Internationally revered athletes featured in season one include NBA legend Lebron James; six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady; Olympic gold medalist footballer Alex Morgan; and eight-time Olympic champion Usain Bolt.

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