There's more of Paula Yates’ life in Paula, Home of the Year continues, the Cheltenham Festival takes off, and it’s a wrap on Agatha Christie: Why Didn't They Ask Evans?

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Paula, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The second part of this documentary takes a look at Paula Yates' career as a writer, the importance of motherhood to her persona, and the criticisms she faced.

It also examines how she coped - or not - in the aftermath of sudden death of her lover, INXS front man Michael Hutchence (below).

Featuring recordings of personal interviews with her from Martin Townsend in which she opened up about grief, family issues and her efforts to get help ahead of her death due to accidental heroin overdose in 2000.

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Home of the Year, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Streaming on RTÉ Player

Hugh Wallace, Amanda Bone and Sara Cosgrove examine a Victorian home in Down, a contemporary newbuild in Dublin and a property in Cork.

Sara and Neil Austin (above) live in a Victorian home in Down, along with their two young sons.

The house was built in 1896 and is a double fronted Victorian property. When the family moved into the home in 2020 they redecorated and modernised every space.

Mags and John Phelan (above) live in a contemporary country home along with their two teenage sons.

The home is a farm building conversion, made up of a barn at one end, cow shed at the other and a stone cottage. They bought the house in 2015 and began renovating the home and have been working on it ever since.

Roisin and Stephen Whyte (above) live in a contemporary new build family home in Dublin along with their four young children.

The couple started the project in 2018 and completed the home in 2020 and used ICF (Insulated Concrete Form) to build their home.

Roisin describes the interior style as fun, eclectic and with a modern farmhouse twist.

Food Unwrapped, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Kate Quilton finds out if there is any difference between soft and crusty bread rolls, and Andi Oliver reveals why chocolate chips don't melt when baked in cookies.

Andi also asks why pre-made sandwiches always seem to have mayonnaise in them, Matt Tebbutt uncovers some of the secrets of ready meals, while Briony May Williams discovers the surprising science of how canned food can last so long.

New or Returning Shows

Jack B. Yeats: The Man Who Painted Ireland, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Here's a documentary that was on RTÉ One last year.

Wexford author Colm Tóibín undertakes a revelatory and philosophical exploration of the legacy of Jack B Yeats, brother of the poet William, with input from contributors from Ireland's sphere of culture and academia.

Live Racing, 1.00pm, Virgin Media One

Ed Chamberlin presents coverage of day one of Cheltenham Festival, including the 3.30 Champion Hurdle.

With analysis from Mick Fitzgerald, AP McCoy and Ruby Walsh, betting news with Brian Gleeson, reports by Matt Chapman, Alice Plunkett, Luke Harvey and Rishi Persad.

Commentary is provided by Richard Hoiles, social stable thoughts with Oli Bell, and all the news around the racecourse from Chris Hughes.

Emma, Oti & Rylan's Big Red Nose Day Challenge, 9.00pm, BBC One

Emma Willis, Oti Mabuse and Rylan attempt to climb the Cairn Gorm mountain in the Scottish Highlands to raise money for Comic Relief.

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Starting from Braemar, the climbers receive a heroes' send off as they head away from the historic town and the toilet facilities.

Their three-day expedition does not go as smoothly as they had hoped as 80mph winds threaten to end their journey before they barely get started.

The Holy Land and Us: Our Untold Stories, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This is a two-part documentary in which co-presenters Rob Rinder and Sarah Agha, along with others of Jewish and Palestinian heritage, explore how their families' histories were impacted by the founding of the state of Israel in 1948.

They begin by meeting a father and son who follow in the footsteps of their ancestor, who became caught up in Israel's War of Independence, and a woman whose grandmother survived one of the most notorious episodes of the Nakba.

Skinner & Mina’s Literary Road Trip: Pope & Swift, 8.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Frank Skinner (below) and Denise Mina follow in the footsteps of Alexander Pope and Jonathan Swift, two of the most brilliant humourists in the history of literature.

They’ll journey to the places where Pope and Swift’s friendship blossomed and delve into the new wave of satire they created, which still influences comedians and writers today.

New to Stream

Ariyoshi Assists, Netflix

Hiroiki Ariyoshi, one of the most famous and popular hosts in Japanese TV today, will assist 10 guest hosts, including artists and professional athletes, who will each host their own episode.

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Ending Today

Agatha Christie: Why Didn't They Ask Evans? 10.15pm, RTÉ One

Streaming on RTÉ Player

This period murder-mystery, starring Will Poulter and Lucy Boynton and directed by Hugh Laurie, has been great fun.

As Frankie and Bobby dig deeper, they begin to uncover a dark conspiracy as they try to finally find the meaning behind the dying man's fateful question.

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