Tonight's top TV tips include the season six finale of Line of Duty, Christy Dignam in Keys to My Life, Reeling in the Years, Call the Midwife and Animal Emergency . . .

Pick of the Day

Line of Duty, 9.00pm, BBC One

It’s the season six finale – and quite possibly the last-ever episode of Jed Mercurio’s drama about 'bent coppers’.

With time running out, AC-12 attempt to unmask H, the fourth individual commanding the network of corrupt officers behind the murder of Gail Vella.

As ever, sinister and powerful forces appear intent on orchestrating a cover-up. Steve Oram (Sightseers) guest stars alongside show regulars Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure.

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Don’t Miss

Reeling in the Years, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This week we’re up to the news and music archives from 2013, which simply has no right to be eight years ago.

It’s a year when the horsemeat scandal rocked Europe, Northern Ireland hosted the G8 summit of world leaders, Ireland's women's rugby union team won the Grand Slam and Wicklow singer/songwriter Hozier (below) released Take Me to Church.

Call the Midwife, 8.00pm, BBC One

Down Poplar way, Dr Turner and Sister Hilda are both bewildered and concerned by a patient's unexplained symptoms, and try to get to the bottom of her ill health before it impacts her pregnancy.

A woman expecting her third child is worried about her recent weight gain and turns to Lucille for support, leading to an unexpected discovery.

Bowie at the BBC, 10.00pm, BBC Two

Here’s a chronology of clips from the BBC archive giving an overview of David Bowie's career from 1964 until his death in 2016, offering a series of snapshots into his rapidly evolving career across music, films and the theatre.

Among the many clips are performances for Top of the Pops, The Old Grey Whistle Test and Later with Jools Holland, plus Bowie in interviews about his roles in The Elephant Man, Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence and Labyrinth.

New or Returning Shows

Cork Folk Festival, 9.30pm, TG4

This brand new music series comes from the heart of Cork City.

Despite the pandemic the best of Irish music gathered last Autumn to celebrate one of Ireland’s best loved music Festivals.

Doireann Ní Ghlacáin (below) will bring us an hour of music and song from legendary artists, while also showcasing some of stars of the future.

Filmed at iconic venues such as The Cork Opera House, Kino, Cork City Gaol and St Luke's, this episode features Dublin's The Bonny Men, Fiona Kelleher with Jim Murray, young Piper Cian Smith & Concertina and fiddle couple Edel Fox and Neill Byrne.

Hitler’s Secret Sex, 9.00pm, Sky History & NOW TV

Here we are – yet another angle on WWII and those nasty nazis.

In the first of four parts, the aim is to unravel the myriad rumours, theories and disputed historical accounts surrounding - Jesus, Mary and Joseph and the wee donkey - Adolf Hitler’s sexual psychology.

There’s no shortage of experts on Hitler’s sex life who consider the Fuhrer’s predictions to be a barometer of the dictator’s twisted psyche.

From incest, to stalking women as a youth, and from masochism to murder as he tried to hide his sexual past, Hitler’s Secret Sex Life delves deeper than ever before into the primal mindset of history’s most destructive man.

Ending Tonight

Keys to My Life, 7.30pm, RTÉ One

In the last show of the current run, Brendan Courtney calls on singer Christy Dignam.

Starting out from the beautifully tranquil Zen-like home Christy shares with his wife Kathryn on the fringes of Dublin's Phoenix Park, Brendan takes the 60-year-old Aslan front man on a journey through the turbulent halls of his past.

From the Corpo house in Finglas where Christy grew up to the terraced house he bought for just £14,000 as a struggling young newlywed - and sold on for £25,000 as a rising rock star - Christy unravels the thread that links childhood sexual abuse with his adult heroin addiction.

Revisiting his spectacular fall from grace in 1988, the derailing of his American dream and his love for the woman who saved him from himself, Christy Dignam emerges as a grateful survivor who’s made peace with his past.

Animal Emergency, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

In the last episode of the season, an old English Sheepdog puppy, Jessie, has narrowly avoided death but now must undergo emergency surgery.

Elsewhere in the Hospital, owner Alan is determined to give his 13-year-old crossbreed Jessica as comfortable life as possible as she battles terminal kidney disease.

Coco the Alsatian is examined to see if she is a candidate to become a blood donor while Mary the Heifer is operated on to correct a problem with her leg.

Sunday Cinema

Bridget Jones's Baby, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

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Romcom sequel, starring Renee Zellweger, Colin Firth, Patrick Dempsey, Emma Thompson and Sally Phillips.

Bridget's focus on single life and her career is interrupted when she finds herself pregnant, but with one hitch - she can only be 50 per cent sure of the identity of her baby's father after a pair of one-night stands.

Is the dad old flame Mark Darcy or US dating guru Jack Qwant?

The Bourne Legacy, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

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Spy thriller sequel, featuring Jeremy Renner, Rachel Weisz and Edward Norton.

The leaders of a secret government agency plan to eliminate several agents as part of a cover-up when they face having their dark secrets exposed.

One of the targets is able to evade his fate and go on the run - but his escape is threatened by his dependence on drugs to boost his physical and mental capabilities.

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