Tonight's top telly includes Barry Gibb and Dolly Parton on The Late Late Show, the brilliant biopic Stan & Ollie, the return of Later . . . with Jools Holland, and the finale of It’s a Sin.

Pick of the Day

The Late Late Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Ryan Tubridy will be joined by music legends Barry Gibb and Dolly Parton on this week's show.

The stars will discuss their decades at the top of the industry, and why they have teamed up for a brand-new album.

Eve Hewson will be appearing to talk about her new Netflix thriller series Behind her Eyes, and her experience of growing up in Ireland as a daughter of U2's Bono.

Talented swimmer Trish Kearney was just 13-years-old when she first encountered George Gibney, who went on to sexually abuse her for years. She tells Ryan Tubridy her story.

Actor and comedian Pat Shortt and his daughter Faye Shortt will talk about teaming up together as a comedy duo, while vintage expert and Irish Pickers star Ian Dowling will be in studio to present some of the salvage items he’s found.

Dolly Parton

Don't Miss

Stan & Ollie, 8.25pm, BBC One

This is a wonderful biopic of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy, focusing on the events of 1953 as the comedy duo try to re-ignite their film careers by embarking on a gruelling tour of British variety halls (and a trip to Ireland).

Steve Coogan and John C Reilly are in top form as the legendary comics as they set out on their demanding schedule, with their wives back home in the US.

Stan is distracted by his attempts to pin down the producer of their proposed comeback film and Ollie tries to heal a rift caused by a perceived professional betrayal.

The build-up of pressure starts to tarnish their precious partnership.

Here's Harry Guerin's review.

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The Graham Norton Show, 11.15pm, BBC One

This week, Graham is joined by guests Oscar-nominated British star Rosamund Pike, acerbic chef Gordon Ramsay, Welsh rugby union great Gareth Thomas, Hugh Bonneville talks about playing Roald Dahl in To Olivia, while comedian and presenter Judi Love also guests.

Plus, Ella Henderson and Tom Grennan perform Let's Go Home Together.

New or Returning Shows

Later . . . with Jools Holland, 10.00pm, BBC Two

Jools Holland (above) open the doors to his south London recording studio, chatting to musicians about their favourite pieces of music.

Kicking-off this latest run of the show, he welcomes one of the year's most hotly tipped artists, singer-songwriter Arlo Parks, who performs a track from her critically acclaimed album Collapsed in Sunbeams.

Plus, there is a performance by Kings of Leon from the band's studio, while Sleaford Mods and Billy Nomates showcase their (quite excellent) single Mork n Mindy.

Raiders of the Lost Past with Janina Ramirez, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The always entertaining art and cultural historian Janina Ramirez brings to life the huge personalities and larger-than-life stories behind each find.

She also reveals the surprising fact that man's understanding of each treasure is still shaped by the interpretations of these men and their eras, whether that's the height of the British Empire, or Europe in the grip of turn-of-the-20th century nationalistic fervour.

In this episode, Janina heads to the blue seas and ancient palaces of the Greek island of Crete to discover the truth behind the myth of the minotaur.

New to Stream

To Olivia, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

In 1962, eccentric author Roald Dahl (Hugh Bonneville) and his Hollywood actress wife Patricia Neal (Keeley Hawes) have retreated to the English countryside to bring up their expanding young family.

Tragically, their lives are turned upside down by the devastating death of their daughter Olivia, and as the couple struggle through the unimaginable loss, their shared grief becomes a source of redemption and strength which changes their lives forever.

Here’s our review.

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The Muppet Show, Disney+

"It’s time to put on makeup! It’s time to light the lights! It’s time to get things started on The Muppet Show tonight!" Or something like that. My memory's shot.

Join Kermit, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Gonzo, the Swedish Chef and more in this groundbreaking twist on the classic variety show. All five seasons are on tap from today.

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Tribes of Europa, Netflix

In 2074, three siblings set out to change the fate of Europe after a global catastrophe fractures it into countless microstates fighting for dominance.

Ending Tonight

It’s a Sin, 9.00pm, Channel 4

It’s the final instalment of Russell T Davies' drama, starring Olly Alexander, Keeley Hawes and Lydia West. Don’t expect a happy ending . . .

This can’t end well.

The story's now up to November 1991 and the situation is darkening even further. Jill and Roscoe are working extra hours, while Ritchie clings to past success and even Carol finds a kinder side.

As the final days of the old gang unravel, everyone must face up to the spectre of Aids and the prejudice and fear that walk alongside it.

When Valerie goes on the warpath, terrible confrontations are made and it falls to Jill to find hope and reconciliation for Ritchie in the darkest days of their lives.

All Walks of Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

In the final show of the series, charity worker Siobhán Wilson talks to former President Mary McAleese, reflecting on her life on a walk along ancient paths near Loughcrew, county Meath.

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