Trust Me 9PM, BBC1 ))))
Recently announced as the new Doctor Who, Broadchurch star Jodie Whittaker takes the lead in this four-part drama. She plays dedicated nurse Cath Hardacre, who, after losing her job, finds herself stealing her best friend’s identity as a senior doctor and moving to Edinburgh to start a new life with her young daughter. After getting off to a shaky start, Cath soon finds her feet and realises that, in her new guise, she could finally have everything she’s ever wanted. However, when the past comes knocking at her door, Cath must fight to protect her present – and her future.
Get A House For Free 9PM, CH4 )))
Landlord Marco Robinson has made a fortune through his property empire; now, he wants to give something back. His idea is to give away a flat, worth around £120,000, to someone deserving. Now, all he has to do is sift through the 8,000 applicants who want a free roof over their heads…
Utopia: In Search Of The Dream 9PM, BBC4 ))))
In this wide-ranging, three-part series, the art historian Professor Richard Clay hops around the world to explore the idea of ‘utopia’ – a term first used by Thomas More in his 1516 book to describe a fictional island society – and how it has been reinvented by generations of writers and artists.
Duets Opry An Iúir 9.30PM, TG4 )))
A one-off special edition featuring the finest of the Opry Duets from the best of Irish country music stars.
The Nuncio And The Writer 10.35PM, RTÉ ONE )))
Everyone has a book in them, or so the old saying goes. And for those aspiring writers yet to release their novel or memoirs, take heart as this documentary focuses on Hubert Butler. He has become a publishing sensation at the age of 85.