Pointless Celebrities 5.50PM, BBC1 Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman present a celebrity news edition of the general knowledge quiz. Alastair Stewart and Charlene White, Emily Maitlis and Nick Robinson, Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid, and Rageh Omaar and Cathy Newman are the teams.
Top Gear 8PM, BBC2 Matt LeBlanc faces one of the show’s most daring challenges yet as he drives an eightwheeled rescue vehicle from Russia, while Chris Harris reviews the new Porsche Cayman. Jamiroquai front man Jay Kay is the guest.
At Your Service 8.30PM, RTÉ ONE When Bonnie and Martin Bellamy moved with their family from London to Crookedwood House near Mullingar, Co. Westmeath, last year, they had big plans for the property’s 10 acres, including growing their own vegetables and keeping chickens. However, their new home also came with a disused restaurant and eight B&B rooms which have been closed for over decade – and with no hospitality experience, the Bellamys have no idea what to do with them. Luckily, John and Francis Brennan are on hand to advise the family on how to make the most of Crookedwood House. Line Of Duty 9PM, BBC1 AC-12 find a new angle to pursue their case against DCI Roz Huntley as this gripping crime thriller continues. But after being destroyed by their suspect in the interview room last week, Superintendent Hastings is determined not to make the same mistake. Dragons’ Den 9.30PM, RTÉ ONE Entrepreneurs are challenged to come up with innovative business ideas and try to persuade potential investors to part with their cash for a stake in the enterprise.
The Boss 2.15PM, BBC1 Susan Calman presents this new daytime quiz, where it pays to be cut-throat. We are promised ‘clever questions, cunning contestants and laugh-out-loud moments’. MasterChef 7.30PM, BBC1 The BBC is certainly getting its money’s worth from MasterChef this week, with two episodes tonight, and further instalments on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. There are just 14 contestants left, but the route to the final is about to get a lot trickier. The Peter Mark VIP Style Awards 2017 8PM, TV3 Highlights of the ceremony celebrating Ireland’s most stylish women and men, hosted by Darren Kennedy at the Marker Hotel in Dublin. Trump’s First 100 Days 9PM, BBC1 The Panorama team take a look back at the Donald’s first 100 days in the White House – which were eventful, to say the least. Ordinary Lies 9.35PM, RTÉ2 The workplace drama returns for a second series, and this time the action shifts from a car showroom to a sporting goods warehouse, where all the employees seem to be keeping secrets. The first episode focuses on Head of Sales Joe (Con O’Neill), who is the life and soul of the office – until he arrives home from work early one day to find his wife Belinda (Jill Halfpenny) behaving very oddly. Convinced she’s having an affair, the increasingly paranoid Joe installs hidden cameras to monitor her movements, but is he fully prepared for what the footage might reveal?
Bake Off: Creme De La Creme 8PM, BBC2 The teams’ first challenge is to finely craft two batches of perfectly uniform miniature patisseries, before they must reinvent the pavlova. So, who will keep a steady hand? Peter Kay’s Car Share 9PM, BBC1 Everyone else can see that John and Kayleigh should be together – apart from John and Kayleigh, of course. And, as this warm-hearted comedy continues, the pair grow even closer when they get up to some monkey business after taking a day off work. Horizon 9PM, BBC2 In the first of a new series of the science strand, the comedian Rory Bremner is on a personal mission to uncover the science of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), a condition he suspects he has. First Dates 10PM, CH4 At 90, Raymon is the oldest dater to visit the restaurant of love. His date is ballroom dancing enthusiast Cecelia. Will Raymon still have the moves to waltz her off her feet? Blue Bloods 10.15PM, RTÉ ONE Danny and Baez investigate the murder of a man who killed a mother and son while driving drunk – and then walked away scotfree thanks to a high-priced lawyer. Meanwhile, Anthony is facing problems of his own as he is asked to wear a wire.
Me And My Dog: The Ultimate Contest 8PM, BBC2 It’s the grand final as the best human-canine partners are crowned – but not before they complete more fiendish challenges. Gogglebox Ireland 9PM, TV3 The telly addicts pass comment on the week’s programmes including entertainment, drama, movies and news from the comfort of their living rooms. Second Chance Summer: Tuscany 9PM, BBC2 It is the start of autumn in Tuscany, and time for the olive harvest at La Banditaccia. Initially, the team pull together, but interest soon wanes after the scale of the task hits home. It wasn’t meant to be this hard, was it?
Confessions Of A Junior Doctor 9PM, CH4 The second episode of this startling series looks at junior doctors who are under increasing pressure trying to deal with an unprecedented number of patients.
Peaky Blinders 11.20PM, RTÉ2 Thomas is still looking to expand the family business as the Shelbys hire a neighbourhood boy called the Digbeth Kid to be arrested for gambling and help the local cops meet their quota – but the plan has a tragic outcome. Meanwhile, Tommy and John meet with Billy of the Black Country Boys and tell him to round up his men to go to work in Camden Town for Alfie Solomons. Arthur is threatened by the mother of the boy he killed, Polly gets to know her son, Michael, and the Shelbys go to the auction to purchase a horse.
The Supervet 8PM, CH4 Andi and Michaela have a nerve-racking wait while their Rhodesian ridgeback has an operation on her spine. But, with Noel Fitzpatrick in charge, she’s in safe hands.
Home Of The Year 8.30PM, RTÉ ONE They’ve whittled the contenders in this fascinating interiors show down from 21 to just seven finalists. Now judges Declan O’Donnell, Deirdre Whelan and Hugh Wallace put their heads together at Palmerstown House in Co Kildare to decide which property is the ultimate winner.
Joanna Lumley’s Postcards 8.30PM, UTV In this week’s trip down memory lane, Joanna looks back at the absolutely fabulous times she’s had travelling across Greece, from the Acropolis in Athens to the magnificent mountain monasteries of Meteora.
The Restaurant 9PM, TV3 Broadcaster Anton Savage becomes head chef for the day, serving Dover sole with Dublin Bay prawns and samphire, and slow-braised beef cheek.
The Last Kingdom 9PM, BBC2 In the penultimate episode, Uhtred and Siegfrid come face to face for the first time since the northmen’s banishment from Northumbria, and Uhtred is confronted with a decision that will define the fate of Wessex.
Born To Kill 9PM, CH4 In the second part of this disturbing psychological drama, the death of a patient at the hospital has aroused suspicion around troubled teen Sam (Jack Rowan), and he must keep his murderous desires in check. For now...
Tracks And Trails 8.30PM, RTÉ ONE Annalise Murphy won a silver medal in the Women’s Laser Radial sailing competition at the 2016 Rio Olympics, but sporting success runs in the family – her mother, Cathy McAleavey, competed in the Seoul Olympics in 1988. Now, the two women are teaming up to walk along the Royal Canal. Once a major passenger and cargo route from Dublin to the River Shannon, it fell into decline following the advent of road and rail. But since the 1990s, it has been restored, and Annalise and Cathy learn more about its past and present during their journey.
Have I Got News For You 9PM, BBC1 For the second episode of the incredible 53rd series, team captains Paul Merton and Ian Hislop are joined by guest host Kirsty Young, with panellists including Jon Richardson.
Versailles 9PM, BBC2 While King Louis’s bad example is blamed for the nobility’s immorality, and Philippe prepares to meet his new bride, another victim of poisoning confounds Marchal as this raunchy period drama continues.
Sarah Millican: Outsider 10PM, CH4 Love her or loathe her, Sarah Millican has established herself as one of the UK’s biggest comedians. Recorded live last year in Brighton, the jocular Geordie shares her thoughts on bonding with cats and getting a rescue dog.
The Graham Norton Show 10.35PM, BBC1 Joining the genial host on the sofa this week are Oscar-winning Hollywood royalty Goldie Hawn and the Star Wars star John Boyega; plus, Lucie Jones performs the UK’s Eurovision entry, Never Give Up On You.
Nature’s Epic Journeys 7.10PM, RTÉ2 Liz Bonnin concludes the series by following thousands of zebras as they embark on Africa’s longest land migration to reach Nxai Pan National Park. The distance isn’t the only challenge, as the zebras also face lions, dogs and starvation.
Rugbaí Beo 7.15PM, TG4 Treasa Ní Dhubhghaill presents all the action from the PRO12 encounter between Connacht and Scarlets, which takes place at the Sportsground (kick-off 7.35pm).
Billionaire’s Paradise: Inside Necker Island 8.10PM, RTÉ2 Documentary going behind the scenes at Richard Branson’s Necker Island, one of the world’s most exclusive holiday destinations where guests can pay more than £40,000 a night.
All Round To Mrs Brown’s 9.20PM, RTÉ ONE AND BBC1 Most Haunted presenter Yvette Fielding lends her ghost-hunting skills to Dermot and Buster during their Celebrity Haunted House tour. It’s the last edition of the current series, and the Brown family are also joined by West End star Michael Ball, actress Sunetra Sarker and The Vamps.