Murder Most Foul

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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.

Board­walk Em­pire

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.

Celebrity Bed­lam

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.

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