Today's highlights include the new drama from the Line of Duty folk, some more Ruby Wax, Kathryn Thomas, Liam Gallagher, Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant – and a classic Bily Wilder movie . . .

Pick of the Day

Vigil, 9.00pm, BBC One

The always brilliant Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie star in this drama from the makers of Line of Duty. 'Nuff said.

This is a highly claustrophobic affair as a crew member is found dead under suspicious circumstances aboard a nuclear submarine.

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But the vessel is unable to return to port due to its status as part of the UK's nuclear deterrent, so a police inspector is sent on board to investigate.

Despite an initial diagnosis of accidental overdose, she suspects foul play, but finds the crew closing ranks against her.

Don’t Miss

When Ruby Wax Met, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Last week’s opener in this look back at Ruby Wax’s old interviews was fascinating.

This week she revisits revealing, entertaining and unguarded interviews with female guests, including two chats with Baywatch star Pamela Anderson.

Actress Sharon Stone talks frankly about fame, having a movie star alter-ego and ageing, Bette Midler bursts into song on an escalator, and Liza Minnelli misfires twice before bringing down the house with undeniable talent

Joan Collins is playful and down to earth, while the Spice Girls talk about the future before Ruby joins them on stage in a glorious display of girl power.

No Place Like Home, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

Kathryn Thomas heads to the Aran Islands, travelling by air, on four and two wheels, on foot and by boat and horse as she explores the island group and all it has to offer.

Plus, Maia Dunphy and her dad Tom push off from the dock in Carrick-on-Shannon and go down the river towards a series of fun experiences with a gentler twist than usual.

Liam Gallagher @ Reading & Leeds 2021, 11.35pm, BBC One

More late night music, this time it’s the former Oasis front man Liam Gallagher (above).

The singer headlines Main Stage East at the Reading site on the final night of the Reading Festival, performing tracks from his two solo albums alongside Oasis classics to a capacity crowd of 90,000.

New or Returning Shows

Murders at The Boarding House, 9.00pm, Sky Crime

Streaming on NOW TV

Dorothea Puente ran a boarding house in Sacramento, where she cared for the elderly and vulnerable - but her motives were far from honourable.

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Following a missing person’s report, Detective John Cabrera visited Dorothea’s boarding house where he was greeted with a friendly and cooperative Dorothea.

But after Cabrera discovers a body in her backyard, Dorothea goes on the run, leaving a web of twisted and shocking discoveries to be untangled.

Butt Heads - The Strange Story of Sheep, 7.00pm, RTÉ2

This is a documentary examining different kinds of sheep found across the world, from the hottest, driest deserts to some of planet's highest snowy mountain peaks.

New to Stream

Dreamland, Sky Crimes & NOW TV

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Eugene Evans (Finn Cole) dreams of escaping his small Texas town when he discovers a wounded, fugitive bank robber Allison Wells (Margot Robbie) hiding closer than he could ever imagine.

Torn between claiming the bounty for her capture and his growing attraction to the seductive criminal, nothing is as it seems, and Eugene must make a decision that will forever affect the lives of everyone he’s ever loved.

Sunday Cinema

Two Weeks Notice, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

This romantic comedy, starring Sandra Bullock, Hugh Grant, Alicia Witt and Dana Ivey, is a rather pleasant and undemanding way to finish off your weekend viewing.

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An idealistic lawyer catches the attention of a real-estate tycoon, who offers her a job.

She starts out thinking she can change his venal ways, but quickly tires of running his life for him. Finding himself in desperate need of her support, the self-absorbed millionaire pulls out all the stops to win her back.

Witness for the Prosecution, 4.05pm, BBC Two

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Billy Wilder is one of the greatest directors in cinema history, and this is one of his many great movies.

It’s an adaptation of Agatha Christie courtroom drama, starring Charles Laughton, Tyrone Power, Marlene Dietrich and Elsa Lanchester.

An ailing barrister defies doctor's orders to defend a man accused of murdering his mistress. The defendant is eventually acquitted but a series of surprise revelations convinces the lawyer that the verdict was the wrong one.

Family Flick

Beauty and the Beast, 3.35pm, BBC One

Here’s the live action remake of the Disney animated fairytale, starring Emma Watson, Dan Stevens and Luke Evans, with Ewan McGregor, Emma Thompson and Ian McKellen playing the Beast's entourage of living ornaments.

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A prince is transformed into a hideous monster as punishment for his selfishness, and can only regain his human form by finding true love.

Salvation comes in the form of a spirited village girl, who offers to take her father's place when he is imprisoned in the monster's castle.

But as romance blossoms between the unlikely pair, a jealous rival suitor only sees a beast to be slain.

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