It's snuck up on us so quickly, we can't even believe we're already halfway through March. Finger's crossed for a sunny Paddy's Day this year - if not, here's what you can watch on the box while hiding away from the hailstones.

Thursday, March 17

'St. Patrick's Festival Parade' | RTÉ

The Dublin parade is back with Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh and Des Cahill on had as presenters, joined by Emer O'Neill and Mícheál Ó Scannáil live from the streets of Dublin. This year's theme for the whole St. Patrick's Fesival is Connections/Naisc, so expect to see many wondrous artists and performers, and lots of surprises on screen. Catch the parade live on RTÉ One at 12.15 pm and on repeat on RTÉ 2 at 7 pm.

'Bad Vegan' | Netflix

Netflix has become synonymous with documenting the weird and the wonderful, and this docuseries most definitely falls into the former category. 'Bad Vegan: Fame, Fraud, Fugitive' chronicles the bizarre story of a woman who was dubbed the "Vegan Queen" of NYC - only for her to get swept up in a money-making scheme involving the immortality of herself and her dog. Yep, you read that right.

'The Late Late Show' | RTÉ One - 10.30 pm

Ah, sure where would we be without checking out who is in the line-up the special St. Patrick's Day edition of the Irish staple. Expect a wild and also very touching night this year, as RTÉ were on the lookout for Irish diaspora from around the world to get involved.

Friday, March 18

'Human Resources' | Netflix

Now that Paddy's Day is behind us, it's time to turn off that wired head of yours and turn on some cracking adult comedy. The spin-off series from 'Big Mouth' hits Netflix today, promising to be even more off-the-wall than the series filled with horny animated teenagers. All the usual voices are back, such as Maya Rudolph and Kroll, but also added to the cast this time around are Hugh Jackman, Helen Mirren, Henry Winkler, Chris O'Dowd plus many, many more.

'Comic Relief' | BBC One - 8 pm & 10.35 pm

A whole host of presenters will be leading this year's Comic Relief, which takes place over two specials this Friday. Lenny Henry, Paddy McGuinness, Alesha Dixon, David Tennant and Zoe Ball will head up the first comedy special, with Joel Dommett and AJ Odudu in charge for the later edition. Expect the usual hilarious sketches, live performances, big surprises, cameo appearances and stunning music acts, all for raising vital funds for projects in the UK and around the world.

'Ireland’s Greatest Small Music Festival: Other Voices' | BBC Four - 10 pm

Irish and international music fans are in for a treat this Friday night as BBC Four are showcasing a very unique 'Other Voices' special. Presented by former BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Macmanus, this special film will feature new performances by Fontaines D.C. Dermot Kennedy, Sigrid, Sam Fender, Villagers, John Grant, Orla Gartland and Kay Young. The special will also open the 'Other Voices' vault, with previous sets from recent BRIT award winner Little Simz and Mercury Prize award winner Arlo Parks.

Saturday, March 19

'Live: Guinness Six Nations' | Virgin Media One - 3.30 pm

Ireland's final Six Nations game against our neighbours Scotland kicks off at the Aviva Stadium at 4.45 pm. Catch all of the action from both teams' concluding match in this year's championship, which could see the victor of the tournament emerge.

'The Tommy Tiernan Show' | RTÉ One - 10 pm

The improvised chat show continues this weekend for another edition of Tommy Tiernan not knowing who he's going to be chatting with. So far in this sixth series, the comedian has had remarkable conversations with Gabriel Byrne, Des Bishop, Amy Huberman and Irish-Syrian journalist Razan Ibraheem.

'Peaky Blinders' | BBC One - 9 pm

In the episode titled 'Saphire', Tommy (Cillian Murphy) and his allies gather in the wake of their recent losses and prepare to seek revenge on their enemies. Driven to build a connection between crime and political power, Tommy also receives life-changing news from an unexpected source, which could have huge ramifications on his family.

Sunday, March 20

'Killing Eve' | BBC One - 9.25 pm

The final season of the darkly witty and action-packed series continues this weekend over on BBC One. Episode four, entitled 'A Rainbow In Beige Boots' sees Villanelle (Jodie Comer) turn to someone else for help after Eve's (Sandra Oh) rejection last week. Meanwhile, Carolyn (Fiona Shaw) is on the trail of a mysterious globetrotting torturer.

'Phoenix Rising' | Sky Documentaries & NOW

If you're really in the documentary mood this weekend, 'Rising Phoenix' will be an intense but thoroughly necessary watch. Evan Rachel Wood, the 'Westworld' actor and activist, is the subject of the documentary as we follow her journey of pioneering for the rights of women who have been abused by men.

'Room To Improve' | RTÉ One - 9.30 pm

This week's edition of 'Room To Improve' sees TV presenter and well-known architect Dermot Bannon invite three people to judge some of the most memorable builds from 2018 and 2019 - including a previous client and a superfan of the series.