Today's TV tips include Finding Jack Charlton, We Need to Talk About Dementia, Tina, Smother, Line of Duty – and that show’s predecessor, Between the Lines . . .

Pick of the Day

Finding Jack Charlton, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Gabriel Clarke presents a profile of Ireland’s favourite Englishman, Jack Charlton, a World Cup winner for his country.

This moving documentary also looks at his special relationship with Ireland after becoming the national team's manager, his complicated relationship with brother Bobby, and his final battle with dementia.

It includes contributions from his wife Pat and son John, alongside celebrated Irish players, musicians, writers and politicians, including Larry Mullen, Roddy Doyle, Brendan O'Carroll, Paul McGrath, Niall Quinn, Mick McCarthy, David O'Leary and Andy Townsend.

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Don’t Miss

We Need to Talk About Dementia, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Having lost his mother, grandmother and aunt to dementia, broadcaster Martin King (below) aims to answer questions we all have about the condition.

As well as looking back at his own mother's life, he meets families who are living with dementia, and visits a care home to see the work they are doing to help people.

Martin also talks to medical experts about stigma, preventative measures, treatments and what is needed so that society can change the narrative around dementia to one of hope.

Line of Duty, 9.00pm, BBC One

Having opened an official inquiry into DCI Jo Davidson and Operation Lighthouse, AC-12 begin to suspect a cover up. Steve and Chloe dig into Gail Vella's controversial reporting for clues to her murder, and find links to previous AC-12 cases.

Their investigation takes a shocking turn when they begin to scrutinise Jo's personal life.

Martin Compston

 Smother, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

It’s episode four of this whodunit. With Calum missing, the Aherns question his recent violent behaviour and whereabouts on the night of Denis's death.

Meanwhile Grace sees Joe for the first time since she confronted him and Cathy at their home, and they discuss a difficult event from their past.

Elsewhere, Frank tells Jenny why he came back to Ireland to work with Denis, and despite the mess he has left them in, they reminisce about the good times.

New or Returning Shows

Tina, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

From her early career as the queen of R&B, to her record-breaking sell-out arena tours of the 1980s, Tina Turner draws back the curtain to invite us into her private world in a way she has never done before.

It's pretty much a celebration of a global superstar as well an intimate portrait of a woman who overcame extreme adversity - both personal and in showbiz - to define her career, her identity and her legacy on her own terms.

With a host of never-before seen footage, audio tapes, personal photos, and new interviews, Tina promises to be a dynamic, unvarnished and defining account of one of the greatest survivors in modern music.

Click here to read my review.

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Between the Lines, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Line of Duty fans should take a look at this.

It’s a timely re-run of the 1990s police drama, starring Neil Pearson as a police officer investigating corruption on the force.

Tony Clark is ordered to investigate allegations of widespread corruption at his own station, and begins by focusing on a group of officers believed to be profiting from the laundering of drug money.

Followed at 10.45pm by episode two, where armed police officers shoot a local youth, stirring up strong feelings among some sections of the community and leading to fears of violent reprisals.

Back from the Brink, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

Derek Mooney (above) is back on the box to present inspirational conservation stories from across Europe, including a team monitoring the population of the roseate tern on Rockabill Island off the coast of north county Dublin.

In Northern Ireland, there is a report on how natural foes have become unwitting allies, as the dramatic recovery of the predatory pine marten is finally changing the fortunes of the threatened red ssquirrel by pushing out the invasive non-native grey variety.

Sunday Cinema

The Barefoot Contessa, 1.40pm, RTÉ One

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Here’s a 1954 satirical drama in flashback format, with Ava Gardner, Humphrey Bogart, Edmond O'Brien, Rossano Brazzi and Marius Goring.

Three men gather at the funeral of a Spanish actress and countess who rose from peasant origins to become a Hollywood star.

A movie director recalls how he made her famous, a PR agent remembers her doomed romance with a millionaire, and her aristocratic husband contemplates the events that destroyed their marriage.

A Star is Born, 1.40pm, BBC Two

This is the 1954 version of the much-filmed musical drama (most recently with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper), this one starring Judy Garland, James Mason, Jack Carson and Charles Bickford. Directed by George Cukor, with songs by Harold Arlen and Ira Gershwin.

A Hollywood movie star with a drinking problem is captivated by an aspiring singer's performance. He falls in love with her and helps her become a star, but as her career blossoms, his falls into ruin.

Family Flick

Ice Age, 4.30pm, Channel 4

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Here’s an enjoyable animated adventure, featuring the voices of John Leguizamo, Ray Romano, Denis Leary, Goran Visnjic and Jack Black.

It's all about three mismatched prehistoric animals who join forces to return a human infant to its tribe - but as their journey unfolds, the creatures fail to anticipate the many perils and pitfalls that lay in store for them.

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