In a new daily feature, Arts editor Des O'Driscoll lists the best things on the box for the evening ahead
A new series opens with the case of Charlotte and Linda Mulhall, the Dublin women who were labelled the 'Scissor Sisters' by tabloid newspapers in 2005 when they killed and dismembered their mother's boyfriend Farah Swaleh Noor.
30th March 2005 a member of the public spotted a leg with a sock on the end floating in the Royal Canal just a few hundred yards from Croke Park. SCISSORS SISTERS one of the most notorious crimes in recent history. @RTE_Scannal ANOCHT @RTEOne 8pm
Bígí Linn pic.twitter.com/awaYc3kP7q— RTÉ_Scannal (@RTE_Scannal) April 7, 2020
Among the three houses on tonight's show are that of French architect Loic DeHaye, who lives in Ballinlough, Cork, with his two daughters.
Three years ago, he renovated and extended the 1940s-built home, retaining some original features.
To mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the German concentration camp, Jonathan Dimbleby visits the site from where his father Richard made a radio broadcast that shocked the world with its description of the scenes he witnessed.
Originally, the BBC wouldn't broadcast the piece, refusing to believe the scenes of horror could be true.
Breaking news: New landmark documentary BELSEN - THE RETURN commissioned from @MultiStoryTV, part of ITV Studios, on the horrors of Nazi concentration camp Belsen, marking 75 years since it was liberated by Allied troops.March 18, 2020