Tonight's top TV tips include Anne Frank Remembered, the latest on Ireland's Fittest Family, Rhod Gilbert: Stand Up to Infertility, and the finale of David Attenborough's A Perfect Planet . . .

Pick of the Day

Anne Frank Remembered, 9.00pm, Sky History & NOW TV

Part of Holocaust Memorial Month on Sky History, Anne Frank Remembered is the only truly comprehensive, eye-witness account of the life and legacy of the iconic child diarist, Anne Frank.

The 1995 Oscar-winning feature documentary that was hailed a 'masterpiece’ by media documents how young Anne and her family attempted to survive Nazi persecution in Amsterdam by hiding in her father's office building, aided by trusted friends.

Featuring the voices of Glenn Close and Kenneth Branagh, the award-winning film includes interviews with those close to the Frank family.

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Ireland's Fittest Family, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

The first quarter-final takes to the families to the Lake, where they compete in another selection of gruelling physical challenges.

The competition began with sixteen families now only eight remain. Across the next two weeks four families will take each other on in each episode with one family going home each week leaving just six families to battle it out in the semi-final. 

In the first of the quarter finals, Davy (below) is competing with the Mahoneys from Wexford, Anna is competing with the Doyles from Derry, while Derval is competing with both the Cullens also from Wexford and the Mileys from Meath 

Magnum PI, 9.00pm, Sky One

As a major hurricane hits the Island, Magnum and his friends find shelter inside La Mariana, along with two armed killers also escaping the dangerous storm.

Also, Rick must confess to TC that he let the insurance lapse on the bar.

Roger E Mosley, who played TC in the original Magnum PI, makes a returning appearance in this episode as Booky.

Incredible Journeys with Simon Reeve, 8.00pm, BBC Two

The globetrotting presenter recalls some of the most dangerous experiences of his travels, from coming under fire in war-torn Mogadishu to squaring off with a female wrestler in Mexico City.

Among the past destinations featured are a police cell in the far east of Russia, and the programme also looks back at his encounters with ambulance crews in San Salvador and anti-smuggling police in Italy.

New or Returning Shows

Rhod Gilbert: Stand Up to Infertility, 10.00pm, BBC Two

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With he and his wife struggling to conceive, the comedian Rhod Gilbert investigates male infertility.

He sets out to discover why nobody seems to be addressing the issue despite it accounting for around 50 per cent of all fertility cases.

He discovers that the fact men don't want to talk about infertility is doing just as much harm as the condition itself.

Kingdom of the Tide, 8.00pm, Sky Nature & NOW TV

In the space at which the ocean meets the land, lies one of the toughest environments on earth – the intertidal zone.

Locked in a struggle for survival, the creatures who inhabit the realm at the ocean’s edge have evolved in bizarre and extraordinary ways.

Their success is critical, because this is one of the most important habitats on the planet; a vital connection between worlds.

In a race against the tides, scientists explore the alien realm that make up the ocean’s edge.

The Misadventures of Romesh Ranganathan, 10.30pm, BBC Two

Another chance to see this series, where comedian Romesh Ranganathan heads to more countries that are rarely visited by tourists to get a sense of the local culture and find out if they deserve their reputation.

In this first edition, he heads to Zimbabwe in the aftermath of Robert Mugabe's rule, to discover whether British people should be holidaying in the southern African country once again.

Sunday Night Movie

The Bourne Supremacy, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

Action thriller sequel, with Matt Damon and Brian Cox.

This time around, the amnesiac assassin is framed for a botched CIA operation and faces a fight for survival as he tries to uncover his past.

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Ending Tonight

A Perfect Planet, 8.00pm, BBC One

David Attenborough narrates a look at the effect human activity is having, revealing how the carbon dioxide being produced is destabilising life on Earth.

There is footage of rescued orphaned elephants in Kenya, victims of ever-worsening droughts, while ocean patrols off the coast of Gabon fight to save endangered sharks.

In the Amazon, wildlife teams are saving animals in the shrinking rainforest, and in San Diego a zoo is freezing the DNA of endangered species before they go extinct.

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Lance, 11.00pm, BBC Two

It’s the second and final part of this personal examination of the rise and fall of American cyclist Lance Armstrong.

The series examines the young Texan cyclist's rise to fame, his struggle with testicular cancer and subsequent emergence as a global icon with seven consecutive Tour de France titles.

Ultimately it deals with his eventual downfall when he was revealed as being at the centre of one of the biggest doping scandals in sporting history.

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