Kildare face Meath, followed by Dublin v Wexford in the football; Monty Python: And Now For Something Rather Similar looks with relish at the much-anticipated reunion, while Glastonbury concludes.
The Sunday Game Live
3.40pm, RTÉ One
Michael Lyster is joined by Joe Brolly and Pat Spillane for a live Leinster Football Championship double bill from Croke Park as first up Kildare face Meath, throw-in 2.00pm, with commentary from Marty Morrissey and Kevin McStay. That's followed by Dublin v Wexford, throw-in 4.00pm, with commentary from Ger Canning and Martin Carney. Later this evening, in The Sunday Game (10.05pm, RTÉ One) Des Cahill is joined by Kevin McStay, Tomás Ó Sé, Liam Sheedy and Tomás Mulcahy for a look back at all the weekend's Football and Hurling Championship action.
imagine... Monty Python: And Now For Something Rather Similar
10.25pm, BBC One
The surviving Python crew prepare for the reunion, which John Cleese dismissed as "absolutely impossible", and which Eric Idle joked would only happen "if Graham Chapman came back from the dead". Alan Yentob meets the quintet as they pursue their individual projects, with exclusive access to the reunion rehearsal process.
Begins 12.00pm, see also 5.00pm, 7.00pm, 10.00pm, BBC Two/BBC Three
As Glastonbury 2014 draws to a close, Lauren Laverne, Mark Radcliffe and Jo Whiley will be speaking to some of the biggest acts taking part, giving the lowdown on the day's highlights and broadcasting performances from Pyramid Stage headliners Kasabian. Dolly Parton, The 1975, Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran are also part of today's coverage. Highlights in the final programme at 10.00pm on BBC Two (aside from Kasabian) include sets from Ellie Goulding, Disclosure and London Grammar.