Francis and John Brennan are back with At Your Service Goes Large, there’s coverage of the star-studded JP McManus Pro Am, The Extraordinary Life of April Ashley and America the Beautiful . . .

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At Your Service Goes Large, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Hoteliers Francis and John Brennan are back on the box with this brand new series.

This time around they help owners develop their hospitality businesses, nurturing four of them over the past two years through the most challenging period ever faced by the industry.

They begin in Wicklow’s Newtown Mount Kennedy, where Joe Whelan has set up an alpaca trekking business and is also in the process of renovating old farm buildings to create seven self-catering holiday cottages.

Don’t Miss

Food Unwrapped's Italian Adventures, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Who doesn’t like Italian food?

In this special, some of the Food Unwrapped team's favourite Italian gastronomic getaways go under the microscope.

Matt Tebbutt probes the price difference in mozzarella, and visits Mount Vesuvius to find out why so many of our tinned tomatoes are imported from Italy.

Jimmy Doherty reveals the saucy secrets behind pasta shapes, and Kate Quilton heads to Rome to learn the story of gelato.

The Imitation Game, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

Here's the impressive biopic of mathematician Alan Turing, starring Benedict Cumberbatch, Keira Knightley and Charles Dance.

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Cumberbatch excels as Turing, whose work during the Second World War translated seemingly unbreakable Nazi codes as well as pioneering the development of computer technology.

In the years following the war, his life would be destroyed as his homosexuality was discovered, leaving him facing criminal charges.

New or Returning Shows

JP McManus Pro Am, 2.00pm, Virgin Media Two

Rory and Tiger

Some of the biggest names in golf will converge at Adare Manor at the start of the week for this two-day event.

As well as golf stars such as Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Shane Lowry, the likes of former footballers Andriy Schevchenko, Kenny Dalglish, Alan Hansen and John Terry are also involved.

The Extraordinary Life of April Ashley, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Documentary about the transgender model, dancer and restaurateur April Ashley (below), whose life took her from the slums of wartime Liverpool to the height of Knightsbridge society.

In the late 1950s, April became a dancer in an infamous Parisian nightclub, before travelling to Casablanca to undergo pioneering gender reassignment surgery.

Returning to Britain, she became a model for Vogue before being outed by a tabloid newspaper.

From then on, her life was a rollercoaster involving celebrity friendships, a landmark divorce trial and an MBE for services to transgender equality.

Long Lost Family, 9.00pm, UTV/ITV

Back for a new run, Davina McCall (below) and Nicky Campbell present the stories of two women who uncovered life-changing news as adults, leading them both on a hunt for long-lost siblings.

While searching for her birth mother, Sian Jones discovered that she has a sister out there somewhere, while Teleena Faux found evidence of a younger brother when searching through her late mother's belongings.

24 Hours in Police Custody: The Murder of Ricky Neave, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Part one of a two-part special exploring the largest ever unsolved murder case in the history of Cambridgeshire Police, the murder of a six-year-old child in 1994.

Initial investigations pointed to the boy's mother, who seemed to have an interest in murder and black magic. When a new team takes over, they uncover flaws in the original police work and a compelling new lead.

Big Zuu’s Big Eats, 10.00pm, Dave

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Season 3 begins with BAFTA-winning chef and grime artist Big Zuu heading to the north of England to cook for comedy legend Johnny Vegas - and help him with a mission to reinvent the humble can of Spam.

Inside Porton Down: Britain's Secret Weapons Research Facility, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Dr Michael Mosley investigates Britain's most secretive and controversial military research base, Porton Down, in a programme originally shown on its 100th anniversary in 2016.

He learns about chemical and biological weapons old and new, reveals the truth about animal and human testing, and discovers how the latest science and technology are helping to defend the UK against terrorist attacks and rogue nations

New to Stream

America the Beautiful, Disney+

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From the producers of Planet Earth, Frozen Planet and the Disneynature films, America The Beautiful is narrated by Michael B. Jordan and tells the story of North America’s picturesque lands and its amazing animals.

The continent is the most diverse and extreme land on Earth - the only place where you can find every landscape, from Arctic ice caps to baking deserts and everything in between.

The series take a journey through America’s most spectacular regions – the mountainous Northwest, the steamy South, the arid West and the seemingly endless Heartland.

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