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David Baddiel explores the impact social media is having on people, there’s another grim tale on The Case I Can’t Forget, Walk the Line continues, while Succession and You Don’t Know Me conclude . . .

Pick of the Day

David Baddiel: Social Media, Anger and Us, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The comedian and author explores the impact social media is having on people’s behaviour on and offline, with outrage and angry exchanges frequently dominating.

Baddiel analyses the angry and hateful tweets he receives, interrogating his brain’s responses to these messages in an MRI scan.

He also goes cold turkey for a fortnight to see if a life free of social media leads him to enlightenment.

Don’t Miss

The Case I Can’t Forget, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Retired Garda sergeant Pat Treacy and Superintendent Martin Walker recall the murders in September 1992 of Esther McCann and 18-month-old Jessica (above), who died in a house fire.

What seemed like a tragic accident took a more sinister turn when Pat and Martin uncovered a series of threats against Esther’s husband Frank McCann, but a web of deception emerged with Frank at its centre.

Walk the Line, 8.30pm, Virgin Media One

Maya Jama hosts the musical game show in which acts compete for a prize pot of £500,000, with Gary Barlow, Alesha Dixon, Dawn French and Craig David judging.

Tonight’s champion will have to decide whether or not to cash out of the competition or compete again against four new challengers tomorrow night.

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