Murder Most Foul
Cracking Crime – Cold Cases Tuesday, 9.35pm, RTÉ One
This new series revisits investigations into four shocking murders. The first episode looks at the murder of Irene White, a Dundalk mother-ofthree who was killed in broad daylight.
Agatha Christie’s Poirot
8PM, UTV A repeat of The Clocks, one of the best recent Poirot adaptations, in which Poirot investigates the killing of a man found stabbed to death in a blind woman’s house, surrounded by clocks.
Martin & Paul’s Surf ’n’ Turf
8.30PM, RTÉ ONE In tonight’s episode, Martin and Paul head north to Co Louth’s Cooley peninsula and the beautiful medieval town of Carlingford.
24 Hours In A&E
11.30PM, RTÉ ONE The inmates of a girls’ correctional facility in Illinois in the US get the rare chance to express themselves through a musical based on their lives. The process of writing and performing makes them confront their past deeds, a rare process recorded by filmmaker Heather Ross.
9PM, CH4 Moving as ever, the series tonight focuses on the bond between parent and child. While a new mother worries about her desperately ill son, a grown daughter waits to hear about her elderly father, and how his condition will affect their relationship – and a pair of teens accompany a boy with an injured hand, so that he won’t be alone in hospital.
A History Of The World In Three Colours
9PM, BBC4 The series continues with a look at blue, a colour not widely used in Western art until the Middle Ages, and takes in its use from Giotto’s Arena Chapel to Picasso’s blue period – and even photographs of Earth from outer space.
Girls On The Wall
The Good Wife
10.30PM, RTÉ TWO While Alicia takes a case involving a suicide captured on video, three Lockhart Gardner employees try to capitalise on Will’s absence. Meanwhile, Peter may have to compromise his ethics to get an important keynote address.
New Forest – A Year In The Wild
7PM, BBC2 This second of three lyrical films set in spectacular British landscapes follows a year in the lives of some of the creatures – animal and human – that live in the unique, historic environment of Hampshire’s New Forest.
The Great British Story: A People’s History
9PM, BBC2 The penultimate instalment finds Michael Wood travelling Britain and Northern Ireland to explore the roots of the Industrial Revolution – from flax mills in Northern Ireland to tin mines in Cornwall – and the social changes that followed from it.
Soham: A Parents’ Tale
9PM, UTV Tomorrow marks the tenth anniversary of the deaths of ten-year-old Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. In this poignant documentary, Holly’s parents, Nicola and Kevin, talk about their daughter, and the impact of her murder on three generations of her family.
10PM, SKY ATLANTIC One of the best US imports of recent years, this Prohibition drama returns to our screens with a repeat of season two. It opens with political boss Nucky (a subtly sinister Steve Buscemi) facing betrayal by his former allies.
11.40PM, CH4 Comedian Lee Kern tries to dupe gullible celebrities into believing outlandish stories in this new, six-part comedy series. In tonight’s opening episode, he poses as a scientist.