Today's picks include The Songs of Leonard Cohen with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, the final All Round to Mrs Brown's, various music shows, and loads of great movies . . .

Pick of the Day

The Songs of Leonard Cohen with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, 10.30pm, RTÉ One

Highlights of a concert recorded at Dublin's Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, with Phelim Drew, Lisa Hannigan, Mick Flannery, Moncrieff and Suzanne Savage performing the songs and words of Canadian poet and musician Leonard Cohen.

The legendary Canadian singer, songwriter, poet, and novelist died in November 2016 at the age of 82. Cohen enjoyed something of a renaissance when he came out of retirement in 2008, playing three nights in a row at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, in Dublin.

Don't Miss

All Round to Mrs Brown’s, 9.35pm, RTÉ One/9.15pm, BBC One

In the sixth and final episode of the current run, Agnes and family are joined on the show by chat show host Jonathan Ross, barrister Rob Rinder - along with his mother Angie - and veteran singers the Nolans.

Plus, Fleur East performs her latest single live in Foley's.

Gavin & Stacey, 8.45pm, BBC One

The Shipmans drive to Wales for the Wedding Fayre, and after a momentous trip to the church for the reading of the banns, Nessa tells Stacey her big secret. Comedy, starring Mathew Horne and Joanna Page.

New or Returning Shows

Coldplay: Live in Sao Paulo, 8.00pm, Sky Arts

A concert film recorded in the Brazilian city in November 2017, capturing the climax of the band's record-breaking A Head Full of Dreams tour and featuring hits including Yellow, The Scientist, Paradise, Clocks and In My Place.

I'm not a fan, but this looks amazing:

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Becoming Matisse, 9.15pm, BBC Two

Documentary profile of the painter Henri Matisse, who turned his back on 500 years of academic tradition and became the first avant-garde artist of the 20th century.

The film uses a combination of animation and interviews with Joachim Pissarro, Genevieve Taillade and the artist's great-granddaughter Sophie Matisse.

Sophie tells the story of the artist's early life and retraces key places and moments in his biography, including his art school in Paris and the Spanish fishing village where he made his artistic breakthrough.

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Ending Today

Animal Rescue School, 4.35pm, Channel 4

As their training comes to an end, the RSPCA trainees are nearing graduation and the chance to work as inspectors.

Becky faces a life or death decision when treating an injured bird, and an investigation into a dog with a large tumour that may have been neglected takes an unexpected turn.

Repeats of the Day

Gino's Italian Coastal Escape: Amalfi, 1.30pm, Virgin Media 3

No more Italian holidays for the foreseeable, so get a load of this.

The chef Gino D'Acampo returns to his homeland of Italy to explore the Mediterranean coastline, kicking off his journey on the famous Amalfi coast.

Here, the chef visits the picturesque villages of Positano, Cetara and Minori, and learns how unique Italian food traditions are being kept alive by the locals.

Disco at the BBC, 10.30pm, BBC Four

Archive performances of disco classics by acts including Chic, Rose Royce, Labelle, Gladys Knight and Village People, from shows such as Top of the Pops, The Old Grey Whistle Test and Later with Jools Holland.

Take That: Odyssey Greatest Hits Live, 7.45pm, Sky One

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A concert by the hugely successful pop group at Cardiff's Principality Stadium, the final night of Gary, Mark and Howard’s 30th anniversary tour.

Robbie isn’t there in the flesh, but he does pop up on screen when the lads sing Everything Changes.

Daytime Film Choices

Spartacus, 1.25pm, RTÉ One

Stanley Kubrick's Oscar-winning epic, starring Kirk Douglas, Tony Curtis, Laurence Olivier, Jean Simmons, Charles Laughton and Peter Ustinov.

A slave trained to fight as a gladiator turns against his masters and leads an army of rebels in a fight for freedom against the Roman state. But as the rebellion gathers momentum, two senators do all they can to exploit the uprising for their own political ends.

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Fast Girls, 4.50pm, BBC Two

A fierce rivalry develops between a talented working class sprinter and the wealthy daughter of a former Olympic medal-winner as they compete on the track.

They are forced to settle their differences and work together when they are recruited for the same relay team. 

The Godfather Part II, 2.30pm, Sky Cinema Greats

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It’s a bit early in the day for Francis Ford Coppola's Oscar-winning crime drama sequel, starring Al Pacino, Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall, Diane Keaton, Talia Shire, John Cazale, Michael V Gazzo and Lee Strasberg.

But it’s never too late to catch up with this classic.

Mafia don Michael Corleone sets out to clinch a make-or-break deal with an ageing gangster - but his plans are blown apart by a traitor within the family.

Michael's story is intercut with flashback sequences chronicling the early life of his father Vito, as he makes the shift from immigrant grocery-store clerk to Mob kingpin.

Prime Time Movie Picks

Spy, 9.00pm, E4

Here’s a quite violent comedy adventure, starring Melissa McCarthy, Jason Statham and Rose Byrne.

McCarthy plays a desk-bound CIA agent who provides valuable background support for a dashing secret agent, but has never gone into action herself.

Everything changes when the spy mysteriously vanishes, and she leaps into action to take his place.

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Star Trek Beyond, 9.15pm, Channel 4

More sci-fi fun and games starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Idris Elba.

The USS Enterprise sets out on a rescue mission which turns out to be a deadly trap set by a mysterious warlord, leaving the crew stranded on an unexplored planet.

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Dirty Harry, 9.00pm, TCM

Americans and their guns, eh? Don Siegel's acclaimed thriller, starring Clint Eastwood, Harry Guardino and Andy Robinson, is pretty much a latter-day western.

Eastwood is Maverick San Francisco detective `Dirty' Harry Callahan, who sets out to capture a deranged sniper picking off victims at random.

Although his own tactics barely stay within the confines of the law, he’s determined the killer will face his particular brand of justice, regardless of his superiors' disapproval.

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Twelve Monkeys, 9.00pm, Syfy

Just one of Terry Gilliam's many great films, this sci-fi thriller stars Bruce Willis, Brad Pitt, Madeleine Stowe and Christopher Plummer.

A time traveller from 2035 journeys back to the 1990s to discover the cause of a deadly disease that ravaged the world, only to be thrown into an asylum.

He meets a fellow patient who may hold the key to his mission, but the longer he spends in the past, the more he comes to question whether he really is from the future or just deluded.

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The Big Short, 9.05pm, RTÉ 2

Christian Bale, Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt star in this fact-based drama about four investors aware of a flaw in the housing market that makes a financial crisis inevitable.

Each comes up with a plan to profit from the coming economic meltdown, but as their predictions come true, they are confronted with the devastating consequences for ordinary people.

Late Late Flick Picks

Love & Mercy, 10.30pm, BBC Two

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John Cusack, Paul Dano, Paul Giamatti and Elizabeth Banks star in this superb biopic of the Beach Boys' Brian Wilson, following the singer-songwriter at two periods in his life.

In the 1960s, he is at his creative peak, but haunted by inner demons that take their toll on his mental health. By the 1980s, he is a broken man dominated by a shady doctor, until a new relationship offers hope of a recovery.

A Film with Me in it, 11.35pm, RTÉ One

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A Withnail-ish black comedy, starring Dylan Moran, Mark Doherty and Keith Allen.

An out-of-work actor turns to a failed writer for help when a freak accident leaves him with a number of dead bodies on his hands.

Deciding that the situation looks too suspicious to go to the police, they decide to dispose of the corpses and put their creative minds to work on coming up with a foolproof plan.

The Borderlands, 12.10am, BBC Two

British found-footage horror movie, starring Gordon Kennedy and Aidan McArdle.

Two paranormal investigators working for the Vatican are sent to a remote church in the West Country to investigate reports of supernatural activity.

They set up a network of cameras in the building, but what they record proves far more terrifying than anyone expected.

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