Limerick take on Clare in the Senior Hurling semi-finals, with all the action on The Sunday Game Live (1.15PM RTÉ Two), while there is a hotly-contested final taking place in Dubai in Celebrity Masterchef Ireland, at 9.30pm on RTÉ One. Meanwhile, The Mill concludes on Channel 4 at 8.00pm.
The Sunday Game Live
1.15PM RTÉ Two
Michael Lyster is joined by Eddie Brennan, Liam Sheedy and Tomas Mulcahy for live coverage from Croke Park of the second of this year’s All Ireland Senior Hurling semi-finals as Munster Champions Limerick take on Clare (throw-in 3.30pm). Commentary from Ger Canning and Donal O’Grady. The Senior game is preceded by The All Ireland Minor Hurling semi-final between Limerick and Galway (throw-in 1.30pm.) Later that evening, watch the The Sunday Game, at 9.30PM, RTÉ Two. Des Cahill (pictured) is joined by Cyril Farrell, Donal Og Cusack and Michael Duignan for a look back at this afternoon’s All-Ireland Hurling semi-final.
8.00pm Channel 4
The final episode (first series - there may be more, of course) set in 19th-century England. Lucy and Esther (Kerrie Hayes, pictured) are convinced that Mr Timperley is responsible for Catherine's disappearance. They are determined to expose him, despite the obstacles. Meanwhile, in Liverpool, Esther's sister Martha finds one of the notes Esther left there and travels to Quarry Bank Mill in the hope of finding her. Robert arrives back at the Mill bearing the news that parliament has not passed the Ten Hour Bill, meaning children will continue to work 12-hour days. As political unrest escalates, Robert attempts to keep Daniel onside by offering him a half-share in the patent of their new loom. However, Daniel's loyalty is tested when John Doherty digs for more dirt on the Gregs and calls a key union meeting.
Celebrity Masterchef Ireland
9.30pm RTÉ One
Tonight, its roll of drums and rattle your ladles time, as Maia Dunphy, David Gillick and Aengus Mac Grianna battle it out in the final. Just one three-course meal stands between them and the chance to claim the title of first ever Irish Celebrity MasterChef Champion. Deep in the heart of the Dubai desert the three cooks will take over the Al Maha Resort state of-the-art-kitchen. So, now, who will Nick and Dylan crown Celebrity MasterChef Champion 2013?