From Beatle tunes to Tiger Woods, DWTS judge Loraine Barry to Dragons Den and some tasty films, there's loads to enjoy on TV this Easter Sunday . . .

Pick of the Day

Yesterday, 8.00pm, Sky Cinema Premiere

There are better films on today, but Danny Boyle's comedy, starring Himesh Patel and Lily James, was written by Richard Curtis, a man who knows which buttons to push to get people smiling.

And smiling’s what we need nowadays.

Patel stars as a struggling musician who gets hit by a bus during a mysterious event where everyone in the world simultaneously blacks out.

When he regains consciousness, he finds that he is the only person who can remember The Beatles, and sets out to exploit the opportunity by passing their hits off as his own compositions.

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Don't Miss

Keys to My Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Presenter Brendan Courtney travels to Cabra, London and Italy with ballroom dancer and Dancing with the Stars judge Loraine Barry.

It’s an emotional journey for Barry, who has had an amazing life since she first hit the dance floor as a child.

The Nest, 9.00pm, BBC One

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It’s the penultimate episode of this multi-layered drama starring Line of Duty’s Martin Compston. Yet another Sunday night must-see show from the Beeb.

Everyone is still reeling from the traumatic fallout of the prom, with social workers worried about Kaya as she seems so emotionally disconnected, and Detective McClelland keen to reinvestigate a previously closed case.

The baby is in a critical state and Dan keeps vigil by her side, but his wife is nowhere to be seen.

Devastated by the months of lies and betrayal by those closest her, Emily feels unable to trust anything but her own instincts, leading her to make a shocking discovery.

New or Returning Shows

Golf: The Masters, 5.00pm, BBC Two

On the day that should have been the final round in the 2020 Masters, here’s The Masters 2019: Tiger Roars Again, a look back at Tiger Woods' memorable victory at Augusta National Golf Club last year.

This was Tiger’s this tournament for the fifth time in his career, and raise his overall tally of Major victories to 15.

Limmy's Homemade Show, 10.45pm, BBC Two

Here’s a rough-and-ready self-made comedy show, which is about all you can expect in these pandemic times.

Limmy worries about getting a real job, spots something terrifying in his mirror and gives terrible advice to DJs - advice that might result in being hit by a flying bottle.

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Ending Tonight

Dragons' Den, 9.00pm, BBC Two

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Entrepreneurs pitch the final money-making ideas to panellists Sara Davies, Touker Suleyman, Deborah Meaden, Tej Lalvani and Peter Jones.

Two Syrian refugees share their alternative to Cypriot halloumi, a couple showcase some virus filtration gadgets, and a charitable entrepreneur has a plan for second-hand clothes.

Repeats of the Day

Albert Finney: Talking Pictures, 4.25pm, BBC Two

A retrospective look at TV appearances made over the years by award-winning actor Albert Finney, with interviews from the archive and classic clips capturing the milestones and highlights of his life and career. Narrated by Sylvia Syms.

Creedon's Atlas of Ireland, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

John Creedon explores the true meanings behind some of Ireland's place names, beginning in Derry, where he meets Mickey Bradley and Paul McLoone of legendary local band, The Undertones.

Wolf Hall, 10.00pm, BBC Four

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Great to see this exceptional historical drama back on the box.

Adapted by Peter Straughan from Hilary Mantel's Booker Prize-winning novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies, and starring Mark Rylance, Damian Lewis, Claire Foy and Jonathan Pryce.

Henry VIII is desperate to end his marriage to Katherine of Aragon, but Cardinal Wolsey's efforts to persuade the pope to grant an annulment are fruitless - much to the dismay of Thomas Cromwell, a lawyer dependent on Wolsey's patronage.

The king's new mistress is rumoured to be Anne Boleyn, who has sworn vengeance on Wolsey after he refused to let her marry Harry Percy, so Cromwell visits her in the hope of swaying her to the cardinal's side.

Daytime Film Choices

Easter Parade, 3.45pm, RTÉ One

Let’s face it: anything with Judy Garland in it is worth watching. Here she stars alongside Fred Astaire, Judy Garland, Peter Lawford and Ann Miller in a memorable musical from 1948.

A dancer abandoned by his usual partner trains a chorus girl as a replacement. The new pairing is a great success but, although he strives to keep their relationship strictly professional, he begins to fall head over heels in love with her.

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Casablanca, 2.00pm, RTÉ One

The Christmas TV perennial gets an Easter dusting-down as Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman, Claude Rains and Paul Henreid do their thing.

You know the plot backwards by now: an American expat owner of a Moroccan nightclub is reunited with his old flame during the Second World War.

Now married to a Czech freedom fighter, she needs his help to get them safely out of the country before they are captured by the Nazis - but the former lovers find it difficult to forget Paris.

You'd have to be heartless not to let this wonderful film wrap its celluloid arms around you.

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Death on the Nile, 2.10pm, BBC Two

All-star Agatha Christie adaptation, starring Peter Ustinov, Bette Davis, Maggie Smith, George Kennedy, Mia Farrow, Jane Birkin, Olivia Hussey, Angela Lansbury and David Niven.

Detective Hercule Poirot investigates a murder on board a paddle steamer in Egypt. The victim was an unpopular heiress, at odds with most of her fellow passengers during a cruise on the Nile.

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ET the Extra-Terrestrial, 2.30pm, Sky Cinema Hits

Steven Spielberg's sci-fi fantasy classic just oozes charm, and stars Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore, Dee Wallace and Peter Coyote.

A lonely boy befriends an alien who has been left stranded on Earth. The two develop a psychic connection as the boy helps the extraterrestrial to contact his own people and call for rescue.

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Prime Time Movie Picks

The Theory of Everything, 9.00pm, RTÉ 2

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Biopic of Stephen Hawking, starring an Oscar-winning Eddie Redmayne, with Felicity Jones and David Thewlis.

The film explores the renowned astrophysicist's romance with future wife Jane during their time at university in the 1960s and his initial diagnosis with motor neurone disease, which doctors believed would leave him dead within two years.

Les Misérables, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe and Anne Hathaway head this spectacular and much-loved musical.

A former prisoner tries to lead an honest life in post-revolutionary France, despite being pursued everywhere by a fanatical police inspector.

He promises a poverty-stricken factory worker that he will raise her child, a relationship that gives his life new meaning, but both of them are drawn into an uprising against the reinstated monarchy.

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The Italian Job, 9.00pm, Sky Cinema Thriller

"You’re only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!’

Crime comedy, starring Michael Caine, Noel Coward, Benny Hill, Tony Beckley and John Le Mesurier.

A crook assembles a motley gang to steal millions in gold bullion from an Italian armoured car, which brings Turin to a standstill and enables the robbers to make a quick getaway in a fleet of Minis - but they end up falling foul of the Mafia along the way.

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Up, 10.00pm, Sky Movies Disney

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One of Pixar’s greatest, this animated adventure, with the voices of Ed Asner, Jordan Nagai and Christopher Plummer.

An old man attaches thousands of balloons to his house so he can fly it to South America, and fulfil his late wife's dream of exploring the jungle.

Once airborne, he discovers an unwanted stowaway in the shape of an excitable boy scout.

Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation, 9.00pm, Film4

Thrill-a-minute spy action starring MI regulars Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, Rebecca Ferguson and Simon Pegg.

The team of secret agents faces being shut down when the head of the CIA convinces the US Senate that it is too dangerous.

The operatives of the Impossible Mission Force become fugitives when they defy orders and plot to bring down a shadowy society of assassins.

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A Fish Called Wanda, 10.30pm, BBC Two

This superb comedy stars John Cleese, Jamie Lee Curtis, Kevin Kline, Michael Palin and Tom Georgeson.

A stuffy English barrister representing a jewel thief is targeted by his client's partners in crime - a seductive American crook and her dim-witted would-be philosopher lover who will go to any lengths to discover where the diamonds from their last heist have been hidden.

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Late Late Flick Picks

Walk the Line, 11.10pm, Sky Cinema Greats

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Biopic of country singer Johnny Cash, starring Joaquin Phoenix and an Oscar-winning Reese Witherspoon.

Traumatised by the death of his brother as a child and scorned by his father, Cash leaves Arkansas to serve in the US Air Force in Germany, where he starts to write songs.

Although reaching a high point in his career, he descends into drink and drug addiction, with fellow singer and future wife June Carter the only person standing between him and self-destruction.

The Old Man & the Gun, 12.20am, Sky Cinema Drama

Forrest Tucker, a criminal since the age of 15, has escaped from most of the prisons that tried to hold him. At the end of his career, he has become a gentleman bank robber. However, cop John Hunt becomes determined to catch him.

Writer/director David Lowery's light hearted drama based on a true story, starring Robert Redford (in his final role before retiring), Casey Affleck and Sissy Spacek.

The Towering Inferno, 1.35am, TCM

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Classic disaster movie, starring Paul Newman, Steve McQueen, Faye Dunaway, William Holden, Fred Astaire, Richard Chamberlain, Susan Blakely and Robert Vaughn.

The world's tallest building goes up in flames during the opening celebrations. While the architect who designed the skyscraper tries to save the party-goers trapped on the 135th floor, a fire chief leads a valiant attempt to quell the blaze.

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