It's Wednesday, and if you're having trouble getting over the mid-week slump, you'll be delighted to discover that there's another night's worth of decent telly to keep you going. From gripping Irish tales to Alaskan adventures, top crime capers to thought provoking documentaries, tonight's schedule is pretty decent.

Here are our Top Three TV Picks:

3. Munich - BBC One 11.05pm
Get Eric Bana, Daniel Craig and a cracking cast together, and the result will be a movie like Munich. Not one for the faint hearted, this gripping drama tells the tale of the events which followed the 1972 Munich Olympics massacre, which left 11 Israeli athletes dead. It might come a bit too soon after the Boston bombings for some, but Munich is one movie that will have you hooked from start to finish.

2. Ten O'Clock Live - Channel 4 10.00pm
Charlie Brooker, Jimmy Carr, Lauren Laverne and David Mitchell return to our tellyboxes to give us the satirical spin on the week's news. Miriam, Claire and Pat ain't got nothing on this lot, who deliver your weekly dose of current affairs with a side of wit. We particularly enjoyed Charlie Brooker's Kony 2012 segment during the last series - watch it again here.

1. Champions League Live: Real Madrid v Borussia Dortmund - RTE Two 7.30pm
Barca may be in trouble after last night's 4-0 defeat to Bayern Munich, but there's a clean sheet for both Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund in Signal Iduna Park tonight. Could we be looking at an all German final in Wembley? Or will the Spaniards be able to break Dortmund's unbeaten season record? Kick off is at 7.45pm.

PS. If you're looking for something a little different, catch the Network Premiere of Letters to Juliet over on RTE Two at 9.35pm. It's one of my all time favourite chick flicks, and Nick from Home And Away is in it.