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Live International Football: Republic of Ireland v Estonia

RTE2, 7pm (Kick-off 7.45pm) Fresh from their stunning first leg win in Tallinn, Trap's boys need to secure their place at the Euro finals with their second game against Estonia. Surely nothing could go wrong at this stage . . ? Bill O'Herlihy is joined by those princely pundits John Giles, Eamon Dunphy (left) and Liam Brady.

eat for health

The Food Hospital

Channel 4, 8pm Pixie McKenna examines the effectiveness of energy drinks, while the consultants boost the fertility of a man desperate to become a father (now there's food for thought). They also help a teenager redefine her relationship with food following gastric bypass surgery.

in from the cold

Double Agent: The Eddie Chapman Story

BBC2, 9pm

Tales of derring do as Ben Macintyre revisits the story of wartime double agent Eddie Chapman, who, during the Second World War, was able to dupe the Nazis so successfully that he was awarded the Iron Cross.

The programme includes footage from an interview given by the former spy three years before his death in 1997.

The write way

Imagine: Alan Ayckbourn -- Greetings from Scarborough

BBC1, 11.05pm Alan Yentob meets playwright Alan Ayckbourn as he premieres his 75th work, Neighbourhood Watch, in Scarborough. Yentob also speaks to actors and directors who have worked with him, including Peter Hall, Michael Gambon, Richard Briers and Catherine Tate.