Tonight's top telly includes the Dancing on Ice final, the RTÉ Choice Music Prize 2021, the latest from Smother, Singing in the Rain, and the explosive finale to James Nesbit's Bloodlands . . .

Pick of the Day

Dancing on Ice, 6.00pm, Virgin Media One

The greatest show on ice draws to an epic conclusion as the final three celebrities battle to be crowned this year’s iceskating champion. 

Each couple will have to perform a showcase dance choreographed by Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean and recreate their favourite routine of the series, but just two couples will get to preform their own take on the Bolero.

Then there will be a performance from Jayne Torvill and Christopher Dean before welcoming back the full class of 2021 to the ice for once last time.

Here are some funny moments with Torvill and Dean:

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Don't Miss

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

This week, John Creedon visits the Burren to see if local cave Pollnagollum might have inspired JRR Tolkien's character Gollum from The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings.

All Creatures Great and Small, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

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This reboot of the much-loved BBC series from the 1970s and '80s has been a joy to watch so far, offering ideal, undemanding Sunday evening entertainment. It’s like Call the Midwife with cattle.

This week, Siegfried applies to become attending vet at Darrowby racecourse - but the position comes with conditions, and he is torn between his ambition and his loyalty to the practice.

Smother, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

As the Dervla Kiran-starring drama continues, her character Val struggles to understand Grace's recent erratic behaviour.

Meanwhile the Gardaí are taking a closer look at the Aherns as the investigation moves away from treating Denis's death as an accident.

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New or Returning Shows

RTÉ Choice Music Prize 2021, 11.00pm, RTÉ2

The 16th annual RTÉ Choice Music Prize celebrating the best in Irish recorded music, a prize that has become a music-industry highlight since its inception in 2005.

Perhaps the most notable winner was Denise Chaila, whose album Go Bravely beat off the opposition, which included the likes of Roisin Murphy, Fontaines DC, and Pillow Queens.

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Comhluadar Ceoi, 8.30pm, TG4

This is a music series where Dáithí Ó Sé meets with some of Ireland's musical bands and families.

There will be plenty of chat, and of course top class music in each programme.

In this episode, Dáithí meets with The O' Connor Family - Gerry, Dónal, Siúbhán and Finnian.

Sunday Cinema

Singing in the Rain, 2.35pm, BBC Two

Now, here’s an absolute treat.

Not just a superb musical, Singing in the Rain is one of the greatest movies ever made, with all involved at the top of their game.

Gene Kelly heads the cast as a silent-movie star who tries to win the heart of an aspiring actress (Debbie Reynolds) as the introduction of sound changes the film business for ever.

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The cast also includes Donald O'Connor, Jean Hagen - excellent as the dim Lina Lamont - and there’s some fantastic dancing from Cyd Charisse in the Broadway Melody sequence.

There’s also a fine collection of songs including Make 'em Laugh, Good Mornin’ and the title number, which provides the inspiration for one of the most iconic moments in cinema history.

Enjoy!

Doctor Zhivago, 1.40pm, RTÉ One

On another Sunday I’d be raving about David Lean's epic drama, starring Omar Sharif and Julie Christie. But it’s up against Singing in the Rain.

A hugely popular film when it was released back in the 1960s, this gripping romantic epic is about a physician torn between loyalty to his wife and his love for another woman during the Russian Revolution.

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Ending Tonight

Bloodlands, 9.00pm, BBC One

James Nesbit has been brilliant in this crime drama based in Northern Ireland.

In the finale, his character Tom Brannick enlists the help of Heather Pentland to find out what Jackie Twomey knows about the murderous Goliath.

Tori Matthews and Izzy put pressure on Tom to get to the truth. With lives on the line, Goliath must be unmasked before it gets too late.

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Sruth, 9.30pm, TG4

Narrated by legendary singer Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill,  Sruth unearths eight of today's most exceptionally talented young musicians from Ireland and Scotland.

Creating a platform to showcase their skills, it provides the opportunity to collaborate with figures such as Niall Vallely and Griogair Labhruidh.

Featuring Kim Carnie, Martin Meehan, Hamish Napier and Lucy Kerr.

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