Tonight's top telly includes the final episodes of The 2 Johnnies Do America, House of the Dragon and Jamie's One-Pan Wonders, along with the return of CrimeCall and Johnny Vegas' Murder, They Hope . . .

Pick of the Day

The 2 Johnnies Do America, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

In the final episode of the series the lads scope out glamorous homes in New York, dress up for a battle re-enactment and finish with their live radio show on the 4th of July,

They also head off to find the best New York pizza with Lil' Mo Mozzarella, a huge YouTube star, explore Harlem, get their haircut in an old school barbers, meet a Jewish comedian and try their hand at stand-up comedy.

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Lucy Investigates, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

In this episode Lucy Kennedy explores the vital role that Traveller women play in their community.

Talking to custodians of Traveller culture, Lucy learns all about female empowerment, breaking the mould and hears about the challenges female Travellers face in mainstream society.

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New or Returning Shows

Made in the 80s: The Decade that Shaped Our World, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This series looks at the impact of influential British figures of the 1980s on politics and culture across the world.

1980s' UK PM Margarret Thatcher with US President Ronald Reagan

They range from advertisers who shaped the tastes of the nation before triumphing in Hollywood, to the women who face down the American military and a spy who prevented oblivion.

The first episode pieces together the story of how Britain's internal divisions influenced the course of world history.

CrimeCall, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Sharon Ní Bheoláin presents the monthly look at crime in Ireland.

As ever, it includes appeals for help from the public in solving crimes, featuring reconstructions, CCTV footage, news features and a panel of police advisers taking calls.

Murder, They Hope, 9.00pm, Gold

Johnny Vegas’ crime caper returns for a second run over the next three nights.

Gemma and Terry go undercover at a therapy retreat to chase mysterious death threats. Hugh Dennis, Tamzin Outhwaite, Lee Mack, Sally Phillips and Sandi Toksvig star.

In Conversation with Alan Yentob, 9.00pm, BBC Four

At the BFI Imax, Alan Yentob engages Stephen Fry (below) in a wide-ranging discussion of the deeply personal challenges and professional achievements in his extraordinary life so far.

From his jail time as a teenager convicted of credit card theft to his four-decade relationship with the BBC, Fry reflects on his Jewish family roots and his love of language.

He also reflects on his life-changing times at Cambridge University, the extraordinary thrill of falling in love, and the mental health challenges he has publicly confronted.

My Massive C**k, 10.00pm, Channel 4

How Channel 4 is that programme title?

Men with exceptionally large penises reveal how this has affected their lives. And despite the male fantasies around mega members, the reality isn’t as gratifying as envious males might think.

For some, there’s the embarrassment of people staring at them and difficulties with clothing, to uncomfortable sex and even causing injuries to their partners.

While some have learned to live with the implications of their unusual bodies, others are considering surgical solutions to reduce the size of their penis.

The Pact, 9.00pm, BBC One

Rakie Ayola heads the cast of the second season of this Wales-based drama, telling a completely new story.

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Devoted mother and social worker Christine Rees is still grieving a tragic loss when a stranger contacts her family, claiming an extraordinary connection.

She turns to an old friend to find out more about this person, leading to conflicted feelings and divided loyalties within her family, and her own secrets coming to light.

Ending Today

House of the Dragon, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW

It’s the season one finale of this Game of Thrones prequel, set 200 years before the events of that show.

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Given the GoT habit of ending a season with a heap of dead bodies and shattered souls and a desire for revenge, there’s no need for a crystal ball to predict a bloody and violent end to the first run.

Jamie's One-Pan Wonders, 8.30pm, Channel 4

Jamie wraps up the series with three more one-pan wonders - an unbelievably tasty aubergine burger, the quickest sesame-seared salmon supper, and chickpea and squash casserole, a batch meal you can turn into a whole host of delicious dishes.

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