What’s new ? 10 best TV and streaming tips for Tuesday

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Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby returns with a trip to a volcanic place in Iceland, there are new seasons of Private Eyes and New Life in the Country by Sarah Beeny, and the conclusion of Three Families. . .

Take of the day

Amazing Hotels: Life Beyond the Lobby, 8:00 p.m., BBC Two

With overseas travel appearing to be limited again, here’s another look at some high-class accommodation around the world.

Back for another race, Monica Galetti and Giles Coren visit the ION Adventure Hotel in Iceland, a design hotel levitating from a dormant volcano.

Guests visit here expecting the adventure of a lifetime, exploring lava flows and glaciers, where snorkeling in nearly icy water reveals secret and amazing rock chasms between the tectonic plates of the Earth.

So, visitors learn how to stay safe on an erupting volcano while enjoying what is definitely the trip of a lifetime.

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Do not miss

One Foot in the Grave, 8:30 p.m., BBC Four

Curious comedy from the BBC vaults with the legendary couple Richard Wilson (below) and Annette Crosbie.

The Meldrew foyer echoes to the sound of laughter, as Margaret joins the local amateur drama society and Victor begins writing a sitcom screenplay.

But his mother-in-law’s bath-time accident and an altercation with British Telecom soon left our bittersweet hero in a joking mood.

Mark Lawson chats with Richard Wilson, 9:30 p.m., BBC Four

” I do not believe it ! Here, the actor reflects on the success and downsides of his most popular role, Victor Meldrew in the BBC sitcom One Foot in the Grave.

He also talks about his childhood in Greenock, his jobs before becoming an actor, his most recent roles and his upcoming projects.

New or old shows

Sarah Beeny’s New Life in the Country, 8 p.m., Channel 4

It’s season two as this documentary continues to follow the real-life adventures of real estate expert Sarah Beeny, her husband Graham Swift, and their four sons.

They left their life in London for a former dairy farm in Somerset.

The hull of their mini mansion is built but the house is far from ready, and they tackle inside one room at a time.

The first is the large hallway – but first the ground floor needs a concrete floor. Away from construction, Sarah adds a second beehive and the Maple family dog ​​has a surprise in store

Private Eyes, 9:00 p.m., witness to the sky

Broadcast on NOW

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The bizarre team of former ice hockey star Matt Shade and private investigator Angie Everett take on another streak of affairs as Private Eyes returns for a fifth and final season.

Things start with Angie recovering in hospital from an injury. But there is no rest for the wicked as there is a mystery to be solved from the hospital bed.

New to broadcast

Summit of the Gods, Netflix

A Kodak camera lures a photojournalist on an adventure on Mount Everest in this adaptation of a manga series based on a 1998 novel.

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Plus the Merrier, Netflix

Here’s a comedy about sexual self-discovery, directed and co-written by Paco Caballero.

It’s an anthology film made up of five interspersed stories, which seemingly offers a fun adventure through a night of sex and possibility in which nothing goes as planned but – slight spoiler alert – everyone gets what they need. .

Charlie’s Colorforms City: Classic Tales With A Twist, Netflix

Charlie changes the classic tales using different forms and he needs your help. Visit a fairytale lounge, mermaid ball and even space!

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Also released today: Charlie’s Colorforms City: Snowy Stories, where Charlie and his new friend Yetilda D Yeti team up on snowy adventures, and Charlie’s Colorforms City: The Lost Valentine’s Day Musical, where Charlie Cupid tries to spread love around Colorforms City in a special musical episode.

End today

Three Families, 10:15 p.m., RTÉ One

Here is the final part of the drama about the campaign to relax abortion laws in Northern Ireland.

Hannah is determined to change the law and launches into the campaign, catapulting her to the center of the debate.

Theresa gets her trial date, but still hasn’t told Orla she was risking jail for what they did, and first-time elderly mother Rosie learns there is no legal recourse to complications of her pregnancy.

Supergirl, 8:00 p.m., Sky Max

Broadcast on NOW

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In what promises to be an epic final episode of the DC Comics show, Supergirl is joined by familiar faces from the past to help her stop Lex and Nyxly for good.

Meanwhile, Alex and Kelly prepare to walk down the aisle.

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