Today's TV tips include the latest from Line of Duty and All Creatures Great and Small, Beat the Chasers, Animal Emergency and Jesse Buckley in Romeo & Juliet . . .

Pick of the Day

Line of Duty, 9.00pm, BBC One

Jed Mecurio’s complex cop drama continues its sixth season.

On the strength of evidence from a new witness, Jo brings Terry Boyle back in for questioning about Gail Vella's murder.

Kate is torn between loyalty to Jo and wanting to assist AC-12's investigation - and tensions only increase when she encounters a face from the past with links to organised crime.

Don’t Miss

All Creatures Great and Small, 7.30pm, RTÉ One

This perfectly-pitched reboot has been a real Sunday night cheerier-upper. It’s as cosy as a cardigan, a cup of tea and a Hobnob.

This week, James' workload doubles when Siegfried takes ill during a harsh winter. Among his many patients is Dick Rudd's prized cow, which has an abscess in its throat and is on the brink of choking to death.

Dick is devastated, having risked everything on the animal, leaving James determined to save the animal by any means. Mrs Hall discovers it is James' birthday, and Tristan tries his best to cheer him up by arranging a double date.

New or Returning Shows

Beat the Chasers, 7.00pm, Virgin Media One

Bradley Walsh (above) hosts a spin-off from The Chase in which contestants take on two, three, four or all five of the quiz's resident experts Mark Labbett, Anne Hegerty, Paul Sinha, Jenny Ryan and Shaun Wallace at once.

Members of the audience are called out to face five multiple choice questions, with the chance to bank up to £5,000, but if they get the first question wrong they are out.

Next, contestants are given the option of playing between two and all five Chasers for increasing amounts of money, but with a decreasing time advantage against them.

Animal Emergency, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Here’s some real-life versions of James Herriot, as this fly-on-the-wall series follows the work of veterinary surgeons.

In the first episode, a French bulldog arrives at the Vet Hospital for specialist spinal surgery to help him walk properly.

Plus, staff in the large animal department have to decide if a wild seal's eye is able to be saved, and nurse Clodagh and vet Myles have to look long and hard to find a magnet in a parrot's gizzard.

Queen Elizabeth and the Spy in the Palace, 9.00pm, Channel 4

The story of Anthony Blunt, royal appointed art expert and KGB spy, who worked as Surveyor of the Queen's Pictures for 27 years.

The programme examines how he was previously employed by George VI to loot art treasures from Germany in the aftermath of the Second World War.

But despite Blunt's protestations of loyalty to the monarchy, classified documents have since revealed that he provided damaging information about the royal family to his Soviet employers.

Romeo & Juliet, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

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Josh O’Connor and our own Jesse Buckley star in this production, which was originally planned to premiere at London’s National Theatre in August 2020.

Instead, the National has transformed its Lyttleton theatre into a film studio to present this new production of William Shakespeare’s tragic tale.

Reconceived by director Simon Godwin in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the production also features Adrian Lester, Lloyd Hutchinson, Colin Tierney and Ella Dacres in supporting roles.

A Wilderness of Error, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

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Critically acclaimed filmmaker Errol Morris examines one of the most litigated and publicised true crimes in US history.

It’s all about the murders of Jeffrey MacDonald, who claimed the lives of his pregnant wife and two young daughters on an Army base in 1970.

MacDonald - who currently remains incarcerated - has always proclaimed his innocence, claiming instead that the murder of his wife and daughters was committed by four drug-crazed intruders who were led by a girl in a floppy hat.

In a wilderness of conflicting evidence and interpretations on MacDonald’s case, Errol Morris visits MacDonald’s family home in an attempt to unravel the truth.

Sunday Cinema

Some Like It Hot, 1.50pm, RTÉ One

One of the greatest films ever made – which is something you could say about several movies directed by the legendary Billy Wilder.

The classic romantic comedy, starring Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis and Marilyn Monroe, is an absolute hoot from start to finish. And the last line is one of the most-quoted in cinema history.

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After witnessing a Mob hit in Chicago, two male jazz musicians (Lemmon and Curtis) don drag and hide out with an all-girl band to evade the gangsters pursuing them.

Inevitably the pair struggle to disguise their attraction for the beautiful lead singer – played by a magnetic Monroe - while one of them catches the eye of a smitten millionaire (Joe E Brown).

The Simpsons Movie, 3.40pm, Channel 4

The voices of Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright and Yeardley Smith all feature in this cinematic slice of Springfield life.

Homer unwittingly pollutes Lake Springfield, so the US government decides to isolate the city underneath a giant dome.

The Simpsons manage to escape and plan to start a new life in Alaska - but learn Springfield is about to be destroyed, and return to save their friends.

Ending Tonight

Top Gear, 8.00pm, BBC One

In the final episode of the current run, Freddie Flintoff, Chris Harris and Paddy McGuinness confront the male mid-life crisis by buying the perfect sports cars for a middle-aged gentleman.

Meanwhile, back at the track, Chris Harris tests out the raucous new Toyota GR Yaris hot hatch.

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