Keeley Hawes stars in new drama Crossfire, Irma Vep comes to a conclusion, Abi Morgan's The Split returns for a final run, and Dr Phil Kieran's back with How Long Will You Live?

Pick of the Day

Crossfire, 9.00pm, BBC One

Keeley Hawes, Anneika Rose and Josette Simon star in this new, three-part drama that promises to be a bit of a roller-coaster ride.

Hawes plays Jo Cross, whose world is shattered when gunmen attack the luxurious Spanish hotel where she's holidaying with her family and friends.

The ensuing horror puts lives at risk and exposes numerous secrets.

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Seamus Heaney and the Music of What Happens, 10.20pm, BBC Four

Here’s an opportunity to see this 2019 documentary about the life and work of Irish poet Seamus Heaney.

Contributors include his widow Marie and children Michael, Christopher and Catherine talking about their family life and reading some of the poems he wrote for them.

His surviving brothers Hugh, Charlie, Colum and Dan remember their childhood and the shared experiences that inspired many of his finest poems.

New or Returning Shows

The Split, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

Abi Morgan's drama examining modern marriage and separation returns for its third and final season.

Hannah and Nathan are in the final stages of negotiating their divorce, but Lennie advises her that going through with it would be a terrible mistake.

When Nathan reveals he has met someone else, the amicable separation takes a turn for the worse.

Nina and Hannah take on a new client, the fianceé of the now deceased Earl of Brode, who is struggling to evict his ex-wife.

How Long Will You Live? 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Dr Phil Kieran helps people change their lifestyles in a bid to increase life expectancy, with each subject undergoing rigorous medical and fitness testing.

In the first episode of this fifth season, he meets Waterford woman Carrie Roberts (above, with Dr Phil), who wants to feel healthier and happier.

Storyville: One Day in Ukraine, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This documentary offers a snapshot of one day in a country under siege.

Filmed on March 14 2022, the 2,944th day of the Russian-Ukrainian War, by a collective of Ukrainian film-makers who wanted to document life in Kyiv for ordinary civilians, citizens-turned-activists and groups of territorial defence soldiers.

Written and directed by Volodymyr Tykhyy and the Babylon 13 Collective.

Cunk on Earth, 11.15pm, BBC Two

Spoof documentary, starring Diane Morgan.

Diane Morgan

Philomena Cunk tells the story of human civilisation from prehistoric times to the present day, covering history, science, culture and religion.

In the opening episode, she heads down caves and up mountains in her search for humanity's first moments, and with the help of a variety of experts she explains how the earliest societies were formed.

Mel Giedroyc: Unforgivable, 10.00pm, Dave

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Season three of Mel’s confessional series sees her and assistant Lou Sanders joined by Rhod Gilbert, who reveals why he should not be trusted with a campervan, while Susan Wokoma tells an X-rated story.

Chasing Lights, 7.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

This art documentary invites us to retrace the voyages Matisse (below) made that influenced his art, especially his last trip to Polynesia in 1930, which took him to the threshold of contemporary art with the invention of his gouache-painted cut-outs.

New to Stream

Patton Oswalt: We All Scream, Netflix

Filmed at Paramount Theatre in Denver Colorado, Patton makes his directorial debut with his fourth Netflix comedy special.

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Discussing topics such as what happens to our bodies as we get older, who he could have been had he just followed the list he created during the lockdown, the Baby Boomer’s last temper tantrum, and much more.

Ending Today

Irma Vep, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW

This mega-meta dramedy starring Alicia Vikander (above) concludes – as does the filming of the Les Vampires movie remake.

Mira must say goodbye to her role as Irma Vep and the experiences that come with it, but she can't resist using the character's spirit for a crucial career opportunity.

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