Lots of music to choose from tonight, ranging from the Shine event on RTÉ One, The Voice Kids final on Virgin Media One, as well as some cracking movies and documentaries . . .

Pick of the Day

Shine, 8.15pm, RTÉ One

Filmed at the Iveagh Gardens, the National Concert Hall and at RTÉ over a couple of summer days, the programme features performances from artists including Dermot Kennedy, Denise Chaila, Villagers, the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Celine Byrne and Emer Barry, and more. 

Threaded throughout, there is powerful commissioned spoken word and poetry from John Boyne, Jane Clarke and others. The show will be presented by John Creedon.

Shine On will be available on RTÉ Player from Sunday 30 August and will be available to watch for a year. 

Don't Miss

When Bob Marley Came to Britain, 9.45pm, BBC Two

In the 1970s, Bob Marley (below) rose from humble beginnings to become a global superstar. It was a journey that took place not just in his homeland of Jamaica but also in Britain - the place he came to regard as his second home.

Featuring rarely seen archive and interviews with people who met him, this documentary examines Marley's special relationship with Britain and reveals how his presence influenced British politics, culture and identity during a time of massive social and civil unrest in the UK - and how his universal message of one love and unity helped inspire a generation of black British youth.

The Beatles, Hippies & Hells Angels, 7.00pm, Sky Arts

Here's the fascinating - and quite bizarre - story of Apple Corps, the multimedia corporation founded by the Beatles that became one of the most colourful, outlandish and chaotic companies that ever existed.

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New or Returning Shows

The Swamp, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

Directed by Daniel DiMauro and Morgan Pehme (Get Me Roger Stone), The Swamp provides a look behind the curtain of Washington politics.

It follows three renegade US Republican Congressmen over the course of a pivotal year in politics as they champion President Trump's call to 'drain the swamp’.

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Sharon Shannon: Live at De Barra’s, 11.25pm, RTÉ One

A late-night musical treat, particularly for traditional music fans, as the much-loved Shannon Shannon performs live, in a concert filmed in February, just before the lockdown began.

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Ready or Not, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

This hugely enjoyable horror/satire offers ideal weekend viewing as a new bride battles old money. It's pretty gore galore though!

Blushing bride Grace (Samara Weaving) joins her new husband’s rich, eccentric family for a get together at their estate, as they embark upon a time-honoured tradition: a game of hide and seek.

But there’s a deadly twist - Grace is the one hiding, and she needs to survive the night while the rest of the family hunt her down. There’s a theme of class warfare running through this extremely black and bloody satire, but you’ll be too busy either laughing out loud or peering through your fingers to pay it too much mind.

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Ending Today

The Voice Kids, 7.20pm, Virgin Media One

Emma Willis hosts the grand final of the junior version of the talent show.

Over the past eight weeks, the acts have been whittled down to four finalists, one chosen by each of the four members of the judging panel.

Tonight, these acts compete to impress both their mentors, Paloma Faith, Danny Jones, Pixie Lott and Will.i.am (below), and the viewing public for the chance to be named this year's Voice Kids champion.

Family Flick

Wallace & Gromit: The Wrong Trousers, 6.30pm, BBC One

Nick Park's Oscar-winning animation featuring the bumbling inventor and his faithful dog, whose lives are turned upside down after foolishly offering board and lodgings to villainous penguin Feathers McGraw. Featuring the voice of Peter Sallis.

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Movie Picks

Sully, 8.30pm, BBC One

Clint Eastwood's fact-based drama, starring Tom Hanks as pilot Chesley `Sully' Sullenberger, who rose to fame in January 2009.

Sullenberger achieved fame when he safely landed US Airways Flight 1549 in New York's Hudson River after the plane lost all engine power shortly after take-off - an event that captured the imagination of the world.

Also starring Aaron Eckhart, Laura Linney and Anna Gunn.

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Logan, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Here’s a superb fantasy adventure, arguably the best of the many comic book movies of recent decades, starring Hugh Jackman, Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen and Stephen Merchant.

In the near future, Wolverine (Jackman) cares for an ailing Professor X (Stewart) somewhere on the USA/Mexican border.

But the razor-clawed hero's attempts to hide from the world are turned upside down when a young mutant arrives, pursued by cyborg bounty hunters in the employ of a sinister corporation.

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