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Staying in tonight? Here's what to watch on the box


No point in even pretending that you're going out tonight. Here's what to watch on the telly - when you get back from that 10km run, of course


TV3, 10pm, UTV/ITV, 9pm

One of those shows that inspires absolute devotion from its fans, Broadchurch makes a very welcome return this evening. The second series of the murder mystery runs for eight weeks and if it’s anything like the first, it’ll quietly amass a whole following.

In terms of plot, things are very sketchy as the writer Chris Chibnall isn’t giving anything away. The stars have had to sign confidentiality agreements and the script was only released to the stars in snippets.

What we do know is that many of the key players of series one will return. David Tennant and Olivia Colman reprise their roles as police officers Alec Hardy and Ellie Miller, while Jodie Whittaker and Andrew Buchan are back as the parents of the dead boy, Danny Latimer.

And that’s about it.

Tune in and prepare to be transfixed.


MOTD Live AFC Wimbledon v Liverpool

BBC1, 7.30pm (KO 7.55pm)

Liverpool travel to London to take on AFC Wimbledon in tonight's third round encounter at the Cherry Red Records Stadium.

Of course, long time Reds fans will remember - through gritted teeth - the 1988 FA Cup final when hot favourites Liverpool were beaten 1-0 by Wimbledon FC.

Although tonight's opponents are not the same club, they'll no doubt take their inspiration from the Crazy Gang as they seek one of the greatest Cup shocks in history. Expect Steven Gerrard to be particularly fired up as the domestic cup competitions offer him his only chance at silverware in his final season as a Liverpool player.


We Need to Talk About Porn

RTE1, 9.35pm

NEW series, part one of two. Documentary examining the scale and impact of pornography consumption in Ireland last year, questioning what it might mean for adults and young peo¬ple. The programmes will consider the avail¬ability of porn, who watches it and how, and consider the effect of pornography on attitudes towards sex and relationships.


Agnetha: ABBA & After 

BBC4, 10pm

Documentary on Agnetha Faltskog’s music career as a member of the Swedish pop group and a successful solo singer. Including inter¬views with Gary Barlow, who features on her 2013 album, plus Abba’s Bjorn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson.


Richard Wilson on the Road

UTV, 11.10pm

THE One Foot in the Grave star tours the UK in a 1960s car using guidebooks first published in the 1930s. Beginning in the heart of the Derbyshire countryside, the actor learns about the Kinder Scout uprising that led to the free¬dom to roam the Derbyshire Dales. He also visits an animal sanctuary where he feeds the otters, and stops off at the historic towns of Buxton and Bakewell, turning his hand to cook¬ing one of their famous puddings.


Nips, tucks and Tattoos

CH4, 10pm

NEW series. Katie Piper returns with another investigation into face and body modification, hearing from those who regret their decisions and others determined to undergo various procedures. In the first programme she meets 35-year-old Lee, a man with tears tattooed on his face as the result of a drunken dare that cost him his job. Lee then meets Charlie, a 20-year-old who is planning on getting his face tattooed. Katie also meets Leon, who wants his tattoo removed, but only if Katie gets rid of hers at the same time. There’s also Amy and her sliced earlobes and Cammy, an ink addict