From Johnny Logan to Gene Kelly, Liz Bonnin to Marlon Brando, Danish drama to time travel, there's loads to watch on the box this Sunday . . .

Pick of the Day

Keys to My Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Brendan Courtney meets Eurovision legend Johnny Logan who traces his life through homes in which he has resided.

As a singer, Logan is no stranger to travel and has made home in various locations including Copenhagen, Howth, Drogheda and London.

Here's Johnny winning the Eurovision with that great Shay Healy tune, What's Another Year?

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Don't Miss

Blue Planet Revisited: Great Barrier Reef, 5.35pm, BBC One

Liz Bonnin's back as scientists find out what the future holds for the Great Barrier Reef, monitoring green turtles, following families of breeding birds and meeting the reef's curious residents.

New or Returning Shows

Ride Upon the Storm, 11.05pm, Channel 4

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Danish drama about devoutly religious family Johannes, Elisabeth and their sons August and Christian. Johannes' favouritism for August, and his disappointment with Christian, forces both into making desperate choices in order to either gain his love or break free from him. Lars Mikkelsen stars.

Jaqueline Wilson: Four Kids, It and Me, 7.00pm, Sky Arts

An interview with the author at her home in East Sussex, where she speaks about her love of E Nesbit and reveals how she created her own adaptation of Five Children and It - which is available on Sky Movies Premiere and NOW TV.

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Uncovered: the McMartin Family Trials, 9.00pm, Sky Crime

Documentary taking a close look at the infamous McMartin family case, in which accusations of child abuse against a prestigious school in 1983 resulted in the longest and most expensive trial in American history - yet no convictions. Was it all a hoax?

New to Download

Future Man, Amazon Prime Video

Season three of the time-travel fantasy, produced by Seth Rogan, about a janitor and his favourite game's two main characters travel through time to change the future.

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Repeats of the Day

Bee Gees at the BBC and Beyond, 11.00pm, BBC Four

A compilation of classic performances by the legendary pop trio from the BBC archive. Including renditions of the brothers' most popular hits, 1960s appearances on European television performing I Started a Joke, footage from a Top of the Pops staging of World, and some later concerts from the 1990s.

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All the Goals of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, 4.05pm, RTÉ2

A look back at the tournament in Brazil, which was heralded as one of the best of all time, and saw a total of 171 goals scored in the 64 matches played.

Gene Kelly: To Live and Dance, 8.00pm, Sky Arts

Archive footage lifts the lid on the life of actor, dancer, singer, choreographer and director Gene Kelly, featuring insights from his son and eldest daughter.

Daytime Film Choice

Mutiny on the Bounty, 2.10pm, RTÉ One

Marlon Brando, Trevor Howard and Richard Harris star in this high seas adventure.

Royal Navy captain William Bligh uses brutal methods to keep his crew in line, to the horror of his second-in-command Fletcher Christian. When the strict discipline starts to have fatal consequences, Christian leads the sailors in revolt against their cruel commander.

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Prime Time Movie Pick

A Monster Calls, 10.30pm, BBC One

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Based on the award-winning book by Patrick Ness, this dark coming-of-age drama stars Lewis MacDougall, Felicity Jones, Sigourney Weaver and Toby Kebbell, with the voice of Liam Neeson.

Young Conor struggles to deal with his mother's terminal illness, the decidedly cold grandmother he has to stay with, and the bullying he receives at school.

This culminates in a recurring nightmare about a tree monster at his bedroom window, telling him a series of stories.


Late Late Flick Pick

Enough Said, 12.20am, Channel 4

An absolute gem of a film, this realistic romantic dramedy features superb turns from James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

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The latter plays a masseuse anxious about her daughter leaving home who finds romance with a man (Gandolfini) also coming to terms with an empty nest. She later befriends a bitter divorced client, who turns out to be her new partner's ex-wife. Read John Byrne's review of this fine 2013 movie here

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