New version inspired by Alexandre Dumas' classic story. They've dropped the 'three' from the title and have cast a bunch of pretty boys as the King's soldiers. Looks more style over substance, but does have the excellent Peter Capaldi as Cardinal Richelieu.
Don't Look Down
Documentary about the phenomenon of urban free climbers. These young men and women illegally climb tall buildings, cranes and other structures without any safety equipment. It's also called "Buildering" and dates back to 19th Century Oxbridge, as do so many other absurd rituals.
Heavily-advertised, new four-part Irish drama shown on consecutive nights this week. This concerns the disappearance of a 14-year-old girl and the devastating effect it has on her family. Stars Eva Birthistle and David Murray.
Are You Addicted To Sugar? Dispatches
The answer to that question for most of us is, unfortunately, yes. So now we need to know just how the addiction affects the rest of our lives. This documentary looks at the way hidden sugar in processed food can have an influence on the human brain.
More fodder for these food-obsessed times. New series of the show that goes behind the scenes of food production. This week, the team take a look at traditionally matured cheese and why re-heated rice can make you ill.
Russia On Four Wheels
New travel programme presented by Justin Rowlett and Anita Rani, who travel across the huge expanse of the world's biggest country, Mother Russia, in 4x4s. They begin in Sochi, host city of the 2014 Winter Olympics.
This week Duncan and the team take a look at the recent extreme storms and examine whether global warming is really a factor in changing weather patterns. He consults experts from Met Eireann and scientists from around the world.
A Gypsy Life For Me
Taking a lead from the huge success of Channel 4's series about Travellers, this reality show follows gypsies from all over England competing in Travellers Got Talent, a contest where people from the travelling community showcase their performance skills.
Rococo: Travel, Pleasure, Madness
Is Rococo the new rock 'n' roll? Probably not, but this series argues that the movement, far from being frivolous, marked the beginnings of the modern world. Presented by art critic Waldemar Januszczak.
Neven Maguire: Home Chef
This show is all about comfort food, and no better man than softly-spoken Neven Maguire to tell us about it. This episode has him visiting Ashford Castle for a masterclass from chef Stefan Matz. Also features trips to Mount Juliet and The Shelbourne.
Special episode of the nature programme has the team taking and answering queries from the audience. The presenters, Michaela Strachan and Chris Packham, also take a look at videos and photos sent in by viewers over the winter months.
Children On The Frontline
This documentary by acclaimed photojournalist Marcel Mettelsiefen tells the story of five children whose lives have been affected by the conflict in Syria. With 11,000 killed and one million child refugees, this programme puts a timely focus on the appalling problems caused by the civil war.
Fuaimrian Mo Shaoil
Sports broadcaster Ger Canning tells Daithi O Se about the soundtrack to his life, which includes music that reminds him of his father, of how he met and fell in love with his wife, and the tunes of his favourite country, Australia.
Deirdre Purcell: Play Next Door
Dublin-born writer of 20 novels, Deirdre Purcell writes her first play as part of this series. She was sent to the old-time grandeur of the Bray Head Hotel for one month and wrote Shine -- which is broadcast immediately afterwards.
How do you cash in on the current raging popularity of all things Sherlockian? Elementary my dear TV producer, do your own version of Conan Doyle's sleuth. This US version has Johnny Lee Miller and Lucy Liu as Holmes and Watson.
Jamie and Jimmy's Friday Night Feast
Channel 4, 8pm
The jolly cafe at the end of the pier plays host this week to actress Amanda Holden who shows off her culinary skills by rustling up a moussaka, while Jimmy tries out a homemade kebab -- can it match the post-pub classic? Jamie rustles up two-way chicken.
As Frank Skinner gets older he gets more cuddly -- still very funny though. The show has celebrities whinging about things they'd like to get rid of and condemn to Room 101, and this episode features Joan Bakewell, Richard Osman and comedian Roisin Conaty.
Born to be Wild: The Golden Age of American Rock
Including the era of MTV, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and John Cougar Mellencamp in a golden age seems a bit of a stretch. This episode looks at the birth of pop-metal and stadium rock and has decent tunes from the hilarious Poison and Van Halen.
The nail-biting continues as two more contestants pit themselves against The Cube, in tasks that can look pretty simple, until attempted, when their full complexity is revealed.
"The new Homeland" as it is persistently dubbed, continues, with Ellen continuing to thwart Duncan's intentions, while he hides his good-guy reality behind a convincing bad-guy persona.
The Saturday Night Show
Brendan O'Connor chats to Ross O'Carroll-Kelly creator Paul Howard, actor Laurence Kinlan, best-known as Elmo in Love/Hate, and the Wallace brothers, Richard, Paul and David. Music from trad supergroup The Gloaming.