There's the season two finale of The White Lotus, The Irish Civil War continues, the final finalist in Strictly gets announced, and it’s the end of the road on Trailblazers: A Rocky Mountain Road Trip . . .

Pick of the Day

The White Lotus, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

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The second season of Mike White’s take-no-prisoners social satire comes to a conclusion.

This run of the show has been driven by the sexual desires - and frustrations - of its central characters, leaving a fair few questions requiring an answer in this finale.

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Is Jennifer Coolidge’s coke-fueled night with an Italian stallion about to cost her the ultimate price? Will Michael Imperioli’s Dominic Di Grasso and Adam DiMarco’s Albie clash tragically over their shared desire for Simona Tabasco’s Lucia Greco?

And that’s just for starters in this black dramedy series following the exploits of a variety of demanding and hugely annoying holidaymakers at a luxury resort in Sicily.

Don’t Miss

The Irish Civil War, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

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Brendan Gleeson narrates this second of a three-part documentary series telling the epic and often challenging story of the origins, conflict and legacy of the civil war that took place in Ireland in 1922 and 1923.

Strictly Come Dancing, 8.15pm, BBC One

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman (below) announce the results of the judges' scores and viewers' votes from Week 12.

Then the two couples with the lowest combined scores take part in a dance-off to decide who will be next to leave the contest and who will win the last place in next week's final.

Craig Revel Horwood joins the professionals for a special routine, and there is music from Lewis Capaldi.

Followed by Strictly: It Takes Two (9.00pm, BBC Two), where Rylan starts the countdown to the final by chatting to the latest couple to leave the competition, who agonisingly missed out on a place after being voted off in Sunday's show.

10 Things to Know About, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

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A timely episode given the current freeze, Kathriona Devereux and Jonathan McCrea explore ways to decarbonise heating, from public buildings to private homes.

They look at how district heating systems can be combined with heat pump technology to reduce Ireland's reliance on fossil fuels and reduce costs.

They also meet researchers who discuss the geology behind geothermal energy, highlight projects investigating potential sources around Ireland.

They include a few surprising locations that have been using geothermal for decades - and also discuss how heat from the Earth could form a crucial part of Ireland's supply-and-demand heating network.

June Brown: A Walford Legend, 8.15pm, BBC Four

Another chance to see this documentary where much-loved EastEnders actress June Brown looks back on her life and career in a special programme to mark her 90th birthday.

She touches on the reasons she believes she was cast as Dot Cotton - a role she played since 1985 - how in the early days a fellow cast member saw her as a rival, and the opportunities the soap has given her.

There are also tributes from friends and colleagues including Danny Dyer, Adam Woodyatt, Gillian Taylforth, Rudolph Walker, Lacey Turner and Natalie Cassidy.

It’s followed at 8.45pm by a very special episode of EastEnders from 2008, with June Brown as the only actor.

Alone with her thoughts and reminiscing about her life from childhood through her rocky marriage to Charlie, Dot finally manages to record an emotional message for Jim.

She tells him how happy he made her, how much she misses him, and explains why her decision was the most difficult she's ever had to make.

Selling Ireland's Dream Homes, 9.35pm, RTÉ2

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This episode offers a peek inside some of the country's most quirky, unusual and pricey properties, including the Wicklow home of film director John Boorman (below) and the best address in the Dublin 4 suburb of Sandymount.

New or Returning Shows

The Disappearance of April Jones, 9.00pm, Channel 4

This series tells the story of the investigation into the disappearance of a five-year-old girl and the challenges the police faced in trying to convict a local suspect.

The opening episode tells the story of the day when April first went missing.

People from all over the UK descended on Machynlleth to help search as police discovered that she may have been abducted, not by a stranger but by someone she knew.

Undercover: Sexual Harassment – The Truth, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This investigative report promises to be a bit of an eye-opener, though plenty of young women will know all about this kind of thing.

Reporter Ellie Flynn exposes the reality of sexual harassment in Britain today, by posing as a drunk reveler who has become separated from her friends, and going on dating apps pretending to be an18-year-old.

With moving testimony from women and girls who've been catcalled, groped, flashed, spiked and raped, this film demonstrates a worrying spectrum of sexual harassment.

A League of Their Own Christmas Special, 9.00pm, Sky Max

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The boys are back for another festive episode.

This year, while taking a look back at some of the best moments from past season, they’ll come together to take part in a special celebrity golf tournament that Romesh has organised as a Christmas present for Jamie (above): The Redknapp Cup.

After getting a golf lesson from Andrew 'Beef’ Johnston, Jamie and Micah will captain rival teams featuring Joel Dommett, Maisie Adam, Alex Brooker, Tony Bellew, Eve Muirhead, John Barnes, David Seaman and H from Steps.

After Christmas dinner, the tournament will build to a climax as they take on one final festive themed hole at night.

Ending Today

Trailblazers: A Rocky Mountain Road Trip, 9.30pm, BBC Two

Ruby Wax, Mel B and Emily Atack are inspired to step out of their own comfort zone as they prepare to emulate Isabella Bird's most impressive feat - summitting a 14,000ft mountain.

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They also meet African-American sisters blazing a trail through the male-dominated world of rodeo, howl with wolves at a wildlife sanctuary, and visit the spiritual and religious centres clustered around the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.

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