Tonight's top TV tips include the return of Call the Midwife, more Reeling in the Years and Line of Duty, a celebration of President’s Higgin’s 80th, and Linda Martin on Keys to My Heart . . .

Pick of the Day

Call the Midwife, 8.00pm, BBC One

The Beeb’s much-loved period drama returns for a tenth season, amid controversial plans to introduce a private clinic to Nonnatus House.

The proposition leads to the first disagreement in 20 years between Sister Julienne, who sees the potential to generate income, and Dr Turner, who opposes private healthcare on principle.

Shelagh feels caught in the middle of their conflict, while Trixie is delighted by the opportunity of working at the new clinic.

Sister Monica Joan's crisis of faith continues to trouble her, a baby is born with no legs below the knees, and Lucille helps Cyril find the perfect accommodation that will benefit him and the Church.

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Don’t Miss

Reeling in the Years, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This week’s show takes a look at music and news from 2011, a year when Ireland hosted visits from Britain's Queen Elizabeth and US president Barack Obama (below).

In local politics, a Fine Gael-Labour coalition took power, and Dublin's gaelic footballers celebrated a first All-Ireland victory in 16 years.

Featuring music by Imelda May, Rihanna and Calvin Harris, Sarah Bareilles and Ingrid Michaelson, Florence & the Machine, Ed Sheeran, Maverick Sabre, One Direction and Adele.

Line of Duty, 9.00pm, BBC One

Expectations are high after last week’s jaw-dropper of an episode, and with Anna Maxwell Martin (below) returning as Detective Chief Superintendent Patricia Carmichael.

AC-12 link Gail Vella’s murder with a historic case of police corruption, and Kate hatches a plan to tell once and for all if Jo is bent.

They are closer than ever to cracking the case, but when Hastings’ authority is undermined it leaves his team in a potentially dangerous situation.

Keys to My Heart, 7.30pm, RTÉ One

Brendan Courtney invites 1992 Eurovision winner Linda Martin to revisit places she have lived in that have shaped her life, including her childhood home on a tough council housing scheme in protestant East Belfast and the apartment she shared with Louis Walsh in Dublin.

Animal Emergency, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

More veterinary adventures as Bonnie, a Labrador pup, must undergo life-saving heart surgery while Ragdoll cat owner John needs to uncover what is wrong with his favourite feline.

New or Returning Shows

Ómós - Michael D @ 80, 9.30pm, TG4

TG4 honours President Michael D Higgins (above), on the occasion of his 80th birthday, with a one-hour special featuring some of Ireland’s finest poets, singers, musicians, thinkers, playwrights, and dancers.

Those featured include Van Morrisson, Iarla Ó Lionáird, Tolü Makay, Laoise Kelly, Rita Ann Higgins, Steve Cooney, Mary Robinson, Máirtín O’Connor, Ivana Bacik Paddy Keenan, Thomas McCarthy, Doireann Ní Ghríofa, Gary Hynes and Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh.

The Murder of Lee Irving: Disability Mate Crime, 9.00pm, Sky Crime & NOW TV

This is the story of Lee Irving, whose body was discovered dumped on a patch of grass in Newcastle in 2015 with catastrophic injuries.

Irving was 24, but due to a learning disability, had what had been described as a significantly younger mental age. He was brutally murdered by people he believed to be his friends.

With harrowing testimony from his family, the investigating detective and those closest to him, one of the most despicable crimes and tragic cases of recent times is exposed.

Hymn, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

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Adrian Lester and Danny Sapani star in Lolita Chakrabarti’s acclaimed powerful and poignant depiction of male bonding, directed by Blanche McIntyre.

Two men meet at a funeral. Gil knew the deceased. Benny did not. Benny is a loner anchored by his wife and children. Gil longs to fulfil his potential.

They form a deep bond but as cracks appear in their fragile lives they start to realise that true courage comes in different forms.

Sunday Cinema

Rosie, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

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Director Paddy Breathnach’s acclaimed drama with a screenplay by Roddy Doyle, starring Sarah Greene, Moe Dunford and Ellie O'Halloran.

A mother tries to protect her family after their landlord sells the house they were renting, leaving them homeless.

Over the course of the next 36 hours, she struggles to find a room for the night - but time and options are soon rapidly running out, leaving her faced with impossible choices.

Now You See Me 2, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

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Here’s a fun and flashy caper sequel, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Mark Ruffalo, Daniel Radcliffe and Morgan Freeman.

A gang of magicians-turned-criminals is reunited for a comeback performance by a ruthless technology magnate, whose actual goal is to force the team into carrying out a seemingly impossible heist on his behalf.

The illusionists realise their only hope of avoiding the law is to perform one last unprecedented stunt to expose the businessman's illegal activities.

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