My Bhig Fat Dirty Féile and Peter Kay's Comedy Shuffle are among today's top picks.
Wagner Moura – possibly familiar for playing Pablo Escobar in Narcos – plays real-life UN diplomat Sergio Vieira de Mello, killed in a suicide bombing in Iraq in 2003.
Before his death, the Brazilian had established a reputation for acting in the interests of ordinary people, and we see how that was also one of the priorities of his final assignment in Baghdad in the wake of the US/British invasion. Cavan actor Brian F O’Byrne also features.
Fleadhed- My Bhig Fat Dirty Féile
Daráine Mulvihill looks at the evolution of Irish music festivals through the decades. She hears tales of Chuck Berry at The Boys of Ballisodare Festival in Sligo in 1981; and the famous events in Lisdoonvarna, Co Clare, that ran from 1978 to '83. Onwards into the modern era, the Féile festival in Tipperary gradually gave way to Witness (later Oxegen), and the current biggie Electric Picnic. Contributors include Philip King, Tom Dunne, and Fiachna Ó Braonái.
Hubble: The Wonders of Space Revealed
A documentary on the Hubble space telescope, and how its output since it was launched in April 1990 has transformed human knowledge of space.
Peter Kay's Comedy Shuffle
You may remember Peter Kay's appearance on the Late Late Show a couple of years ago when he sang a version of 'Make Me A Channel of your Peace' as he wandered around the audience.
That clip features in this ongoing greatest hits of archive material from his past 20 years in showbusiness. We'll also see Paddy McGuinness, the fellow Bolton-born entertainer who Kay helped get on the fame ladder through bringing him on shows such as Phoenix Nights and Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere.