Martin Freeman returns in a new run of Breeders, there’s a documentary about The Real Mo Farah, new comedy Sneakerhead, and Paul Flynn's Food Truck Favourites samples an award-winning burger . . .

Pick of the Day

Breeders, 10.00pm, Sky Comedy

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Dark comedy Breeders continues its bittersweet look at the struggles of modern parenthood.

Season three starts days after the end of season two, as the Worsley family reels from teenaged Luke (Alex Eastwood) punching his dad, Paul (Martin Freeman).

Paul’s moved out and is now staying at his mother-in-law Leah’s (Stella Gonet) house. He should be lonely but actually the simpler life has its appeal.

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Eventually, though, he knows that amends with Luke must be made.

Meanwhile Ally (Daisy Haggard) has her own problems - with work, with her early menopause and with her increasingly strained relationship with her newly adolescent daughter, Ava (Eve Prenelle).

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Boys From the Blackstuff, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Even 40 years on, this episode of Alan Bleasdale’s drama about working class life in Liverpool under empathy-free Thatcherism is a particularly harrowing watch.

Bernard Hill (above) is astounding as Yosser Hughes, a man clearly enduring an extreme breakdown as he battles to hold his family together following his wife's departure.

But with an increasingly fragile mental state and the police and social services closing in, he faces an uphill struggle to hang on to his children.

There are also cameo appearances by Graeme Souness and Sammy Lee, two of the star players in the Liverpool side of the time. As Yosser says: "You're Graeme Souness . . . you look like me."

Paul Flynn's Food Truck Favourites, 8.00pm, RTÉ One

The chef visits the Hatch truck in Newcastle, county Down, to sample an award-winning burger, and Paul also tries out the wares of Hanger in Dublin and Koha Street Kitchen in Co Sligo.

Back in Dungarvan, Paul makes beef empanadas and short rib rolls to serve from his own food truck at the Burren Birds of Prey Centre.

Harry Wild, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

The fun crime drama, starring Jane Seymour, continues.

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A body is pulled out of the river near Harry's local pub, and something about the dead man feels familiar to the sleuth.

Harry and Fergus's investigation takes in the house of the grieving widow, a Polish restaurant, a boarding school and a greyhound track as the seek to uncover the sinister truth.

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The Real Mo Farah, 9.00pm, BBC One

Here’s the documentary that’s caused Mo Farah to hit the headlines in recent days.

Ten years ago, Mo Farah captured the imagination of sports fans across Britain when he won two gold medals at the London 2012 Olympics.

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But where did he come from?

Here, Mo tells his story, revealing the shocking truth about his childhood, the journey he made from Somaliland to the UK as a young boy, and the subsequent years that led to his Olympic success.

Sneakerhead, 10.00pm, Dave

The first of three episodes of a contemporary workplace sitcom set in Peterborough.

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Loveable pushover Russell (Hugo Chegwin from People Just Do Nothing) becomes the manager of a Sports Depot shop where he’s worked for nine years.

As well as his new responsibilities, he’s to try and get the best out of the rest of the staff.

The South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2022, 10.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Sky Arts flagship series The South Bank Show returns this summer with the series perennial host, Melvyn Bragg (above).

The new series kicks off with the return of The South Bank Sky Arts Awards, which celebrated its 25th anniversary last year.

The event remains the only awards ceremony in the world to celebrate every genre of the arts.

New to Stream

The Bob’s Burgers Movie, Disney+

Here’s an animated musical comedy-mystery-adventure based on the long-running, Emmy-winning series.

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After a ruptured water main creates a sinkhole in front of Bob's Burgers and blocks the entrance, Bob and Linda Belcher struggle to keep the business afloat.

Meanwhile, the kids try to solve a mystery that could save the restaurant.

DB Cooper: Where Are You? Netflix

In 1971, a skyjacker parachutes off a plane with a bag of stolen cash - and gets away with it.

Decades later, his identity remains a compelling mystery, despite much professional and amateur snooping that the enigmatic story has attracted.

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Under the Amalfi Sun, Netflix

A year after their romance began in Riccione, Vincenzo and Camilla reunite for a vacation on the picturesque Amalfi Coast and put their love to the test.

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