Tonight sees the last-ever episode of Derry Girls as Erin and co head to see Fatboy Slim, there's also the finales of No Return and Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof, while new shows include Fires and Floodlights . . .

Pick of the Day

Derry Girls, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Well, here we are. The second last ever episode of Lisa Magee’s hit comedy about a bunch of teenage girls (and an English cousin) growing up on Foyleside during the mid-1990s.

As the show winds down after three very successful seasons, fingers crossed that Erin and the gang get to go out with a bit of a bang.

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This week's episode sees Derry anticipating another Halloween, and the gang have miraculously secured tickets to the gig of the century and the chance to meet their idol, Fatboy Slim.

But when Da Gerry arrives unannounced, it becomes clear that life will never be the same again for the friends. And don't forget, there's an hour-long final episode tomorrow night.

Don’t Miss

Scannal - The O'Grady Kidnapping & the Border Fox, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

Here’s the second part of the major news story of 1987 about dentist John O'Grady's ordeal at the hands of Dessie O'Hare, which was played out in the media for over 40 days.

The tale involved cock-ups from both the criminals and the gardai, shoot-outs, high-speed chases across the country, graphic violence and death.

The Graduate, 11.15pm, BBC Two

Here’s a great late-night treat.

One of the era-defining films of the 1960s, Mike Nichols’ Oscar-winning dramedy stars Dustin Hoffman, scene-stealer Anne Bancroft and Katharine Ross, with an evocative soundtrack by Simon and Garfunkel.

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Hoffmann plays a naive college graduate, hailed as a genius by his overbearing parents, who’s seduced by the middle-aged wife of his father's business partner - but subsequently falls in love with her daughter.

While The Graduate may have been seen back then as a symbol of Sixties' teenage rebellion, it’s really about the hypocrisy behind the cynical façade of middle-class respectability.

And that stuff is timeless.

Hullraisers, 9.35pm, Channel 4

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After her first full night's sleep since Grace was born, Toni is a new woman, with plans for a new career and a massive birthday party.

Nothing can stop her now - or can it? Paula thinks she has turned a corner with Ashley, while a failed hook-up with an old flame leads Rana to discover that sex may not be everything

New or Returning Shows

Fires, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

This series tells the stories of everyday Australians at the front line of the devastating fires of the Australian summers of 2019 and 2020, inspired by true events.

In the opener, lighting strikes and starts what is to become a long, hot and treacherous summer for young volunteer firefighters Tash and Mott.

In the second episode (10pm), Dairy farmers Kath and Duncan return to their farm in the aftermath of the fire while grief and blame threaten to tear the family apart.

All episodes will drop on the RTÉ Player as an instant box after these two episodes have aired.

Floodlights, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Here’s a feature-length drama about former professional footballer Andy Woodward and his revelations in 2016 about the sexual abuse he suffered as a youth player at the hands of his coach Barry Bennell.

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The drama depicts Andy's life, from a boy who seemingly had the world at his feet, until, no longer able to ignore the haunting memories of the abuse he was subject to by his youth coach, his career is cut short.

It examines the power and control held by Bennell, grooming young players and their families with the promise of making their dreams come true.

Starring Gerard Kearns and Jonas Armstrong.

Escher: Journey into Infinity, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

This is the story of renowned Dutch graphic artist MC Escher. Even if you know nothing about him, it's well worth a look.

Equal parts history, psychology, and psychedelia, Robin Lutz’s portrait paints the man through his own words and images.

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They include diary musings, excerpts from lectures, correspondence and more, as voiced by British actor Stephen Fry.

Escher’s woodcuts, lithographs, and other print works appear in both original and playfully altered form, while two of his sons, George (92) and Jan (80), reminisce about their parents.

Also: musician Graham Nash (The Hollies, Crosby, Stills & Nash) talks about Escher’s rediscovery in the 1970s.

Ending Today

No Return, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

As this patchy-but-watchable drama concludes, Kathy (Sheridan Smith, below) begs Megan to stay with Jess in the UK when she flies to Turkey for Noah's court case and underlying resentments between the sisters erupt.

As the final verdict draws closer, Noah's lawyer argues for his freedom, but the case against the teenager is strong and his family all fear the worst.

Freeze the Fear with Wim Hof, 9.00pm, BBC One

Alfie Boe, Chelcee Grimes, Dianne Buswell, Gabby Logan, Owain Wyn Evans, Patrice Evra, Professor Green and Tamzin Outhwaite come to the end of their chilly challenge.

But before they can get back to the relative warmth of the UK, they must complete the underwater ice swimming trial.

And then there's just the little matter of jumping from a 500ft high bridge. Will they all rise to the final task?

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Expedition Volcano, 9.00pm, BBC Four

The team takes a helicopter to the crater of an active volcano in the Democratic Republic of Congo that has rarely been studied.

The mountain is surrounded by forests, which provide cover for armed militant groups, and the scientists will only have a few short hours to gather information.

They then move on to the surrounding area, a dangerous landscape marked by craters from past eruptions.

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