Aids drama It's a Sin arrives on RTÉ2, Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham are back in Code 404, Arsenal: All or Nothing is the latest football docuseries, while Big Oil vs the World and The Lazarus Project come to an end . . .

Pick of the Day

It's a Sin, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

If you missed this when it originally aired on Channel 4, be sure to give this drama a look. It’s very, very good.

Written by Russell T Davies, it’s set in the 1980s during the Aids crisis, following the lives of a group of young gay men and stars Olly Alexander, Omari Douglas and Callum Scott Howells.

September 1981 finds 18-year-old Ritchie leaving the Isle of Wight to go to university.

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In London, Roscoe walks out of parents' home, while Colin arrives from Wales to start a new career on Savile Row.

The three men meet, and along with fellow student Ash and best friend Jill form a gang and move into a flat, christened the Pink Palace.

But a distant threat on the horizon means that life in the 1980s might be all too precious.

Don’t Miss

The Supervet, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Scans reveal multiple sites of deformity affecting Milo the Dalmatian's vertebrae, which are squashing both his spinal cord and the nerves coming out on either side.

As a result, vet Noel Fitzpatrick (above) offers the option of distraction fusion surgery to relieve both the pressure and the pain.

Meanwhile Laura and Max bring in their 10-month-old Chuskie pup Moon, who despite his youth has his life blighted by severe developmental elbow disease.

Some Like it Hot, 10.15pm, BBC Four

This Billy Wilder classic – arguably the greatest comedy movie ever made – is the highlight of a great night’s viewing on BBC Four.

A rare Jane Russell interview is the subject of Scene By Scene at 8pm, which is followed at 8.45pm by Russell co-starring with Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.

After Some Like it Hot, there’s an Arena special at 12.10am about Arthur Miller and his final play, Finishing the Picture, a thinly-veiled autobiographical examination of the time he and his then-wife Marilyn Monroe spent shooting The Misfits in 1961.

New or Returning Shows

Code 404, 9.00pm, Sky Comedy

Streaming on NOW

The futuristic crime-fighting comedy returns for a third season.

Daniel Mays and Stephen Graham are back as the AI-enhanced supercop DI John Major and his long-suffering partner DI Roy Carver.

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When one of SIU’s own is murdered, Major and Carver become hell-bent on solving the case and proving their worth. But it’s bigger than they thought.

Forensic psychologist Professor McAllister is brought in to work the case; but still the killer manages to evade capture and wreak havoc.

Can they hunt the killer down before it’s too late?

Ukraine: Identity on the Frontline, 11.10pm, RTÉ One

Here’s a documentary that provides context to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, examining Vladimir Putin's pursuit of power and featuring interviews with soldiers, politicians and intellectuals.

Grace, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

The crime drama, starring John Simm, returns for a new run.

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Det Supt Roy Grace suspects the sudden death of a former schoolteacher in a respectable Brighton backwater may not be the drugs overdose it first appears.

When human remains are discovered in a field, he and Branson are drawn into an investigation that will test their abilities and their friendship to breaking point.

Though each case initially appears to be an isolated incident, Grace's instinct leads him to believe both deaths are the work of a twisted, sadistic serial killer.

New to Stream

Arsenal: All or Nothing, Amazon Prime Video

Yet another multi-part fly-on-the-wall documentary following the exploits of a football club.

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This time around, it’s London side Arsenal and this eight-part docuseries will launch a new episode each week up to Thursday 18th August and tells the inside-story of the Gunners’ rollercoaster 2021/22 season.

Ending Today

The Undeclared War, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The cyberattack drama concludes as the situation escalates as the truth about John's involvement in the data leak becomes clear.

Meanwhile Saara and Gabriel work together to understand the full ramifications of the code that continued to amass after the telecommunications internet stress test.

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Danny experiences first-hand the damage caused to GCHQ's relationship with the NSA, and information comes to light that could be of paramount importance to national security.

But equally this could be another tactic to escalate the conflict with Russia.

Big Oil vs the World, 9.00pm, BBC Two

How the 2010s became another lost decade in the fight against climate change when the move to natural gas delayed a transition to more renewable sources of energy.

Engineer Tony Ingraffea explains how, in the 1980s, he helped develop a new technique for extracting gas and oil from shale rock, which became known as 'fracking'.

It was to unleash vast new reserves of fossil fuels and promoted as a cleaner energy source. But Ingraffea explains how he later came to regret his work

The Lazarus Project, 9.00pm, Sky Max

Streaming on NOW

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When the Lazarus Project team is rocked by an event that they have no control over, the organisation is sent into disarray.

They are in a race against time to find a solution to what seems like an impossible problem.

Amidst all this, George is given an opportunity to fix his past mistakes.

But can he manage to redeem himself before time runs out and humanity itself is destroyed?

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