Joanne O'Riordan looks at women's sport in A Sporting Chance, Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse celebrate the BBC's centenary in The Love Box in Your Living Room, and Hector Ó hEochagáin heads off in Balkans go Baltics . . .

Pick of the Day

A Sporting Chance, 10.15pm, RTÉ One

Activist and journalist Joanne O'Riordan looks at women's sport in Ireland, examining if there a level playing field for females and what more can be done in terms of progress.

There are profiles of the likes of Dublin footballer and Ireland rugby player Hannah Tyrrell and boxer Amy Broadhurst.

Joanne also explores the potential financial upsides for sponsors and players, as well as questioning what really is the difference between male and female.

Don't Miss

Don’t Look Now, 12.00am, BBC Four

What a fantastic film!

Nicholas Roeg's masterful supernatural thriller based on Daphne du Maurier's short story, with Donald Sutherland and Julie Christie, is deservedly regarded as a classic, arguably the great British film ever made.

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Sutherland and Christie play John and Laura, an emotionally brittle couple trying to get over the death of their daughter.

They take a trip to Venice when John gets a gig restoring a church, and there they are shocked by a psychic's claim that the child is trying to contact them.

Although the wife believes her story, the husband remains sceptical - until he begins to be troubled by spectral visions of his own.

The Fast Show, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Classic rapid-fire comedy sketch show from the 1990s, featuring words of wisdom from soccer pundit Ron Manager and Forrest Gump as he has never been seen before.

With Paul Whitehouse, Charlie Higson, Arabella Weir and the late, great Caroline Aherne (above).

Gavin & Stacey, 10.30pm, BBC Four

More classic comedy, this time from the late Noughties, starring Joanna Page and Mathew Horne (below) and a great supporting cast including Alison Steadman.

Dave is unhappy about Nessa's plans to let Smithy see the baby, while Stacey ensures Gavin sticks to his promise as she tries to find a new job.

Meanwhile, Dawn and Pete join Pam and Mick for a beer and curry night.

New or Returning Shows

The Love Box in Your Living Room, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Harry Enfield and Paul Whitehouse take inspiration from documentary-maker Adam Curtis as they celebrate the BBC's centenary.

The comic duo tell the true story of Britain's political and social evolution over the last century through the life of the Beeb.

By turning complete fictions into a staggering array of hard facts, they reveal details about the BBC that have been buried for decades.

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Hector - Balkans go Baltics, 9.30pm, TG4

Ireland’s most intrepid traveler Hector Ó hEochagáin returns to his travels after 18 months grounded.

The adventurer, banter-er and mischief maker in chief is primed for another set of epic adventures as he takes on an amazing trip from the Balkans of Eastern Europe to the Baltics of the North.

Hector takes viewers on a journey of 3000km beginning in Istanbul in Turkey, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Poland and Lithuania before finally ending up in Riga, Latvia.

Beginning in one of the standout locations of the world Hector lands in Istanbul to explore a city famous for its hair transplants and Turkish baths.

He lands in Bulgaria to explore the culture, sport, music, and history of Europe’s oldest country, immerses himself in Roma community in Romania, reflects on the tragic events of the past in Auschwitz, visits a fascinating eco village in Latvia and brushes up on his tennis skills at the Novak Tennis Centre in Serbia.

Libby, Are You Home Yet? 9.00pm, Sky Crime

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This three-parter tells the story of Libby Squire, a 21-year-old student, who was abducted and murdered walking home from a club in her university city of Hull in 2019.

Libby's disappearance sparked the largest manhunt in Humberside Police history, which culminated in the arrest of a local man who had been leading a double life.

New to Stream

Dubai Bling, Netflix

The title tells you all you need to know.

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Step off the private jet and into a high-flying social circle in Dubai, where lavish parties, stunning skylines and jaw-dropping fashion are the norm.

Family Reunion: Part 5, Netflix

The McKellans grow in more ways than one as unexpected struggles put their strength to the test. But no matter what, it's still family over everything.

Earthstorm, Netflix

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Storm chasers, survivors and first responders recount their harrowing experiences with volcanoes, tornadoes, hurricanes and earthquakes.

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