Today's highlights include new Irish crime drama Kin, the return of shows such as Keys To My Life, Antiques Roadshow and The Meaning of Life – and there’s the camogie final from Croke Park . . .

Pick of the Day

Kin, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

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Here’s a brand new Irish drama starring Aidan Gillen, Emmet . Scanlon, Ciarán Hinds, Maria Doyle-Kennedy and Clare Dunne.

The Kinsellas are a small but tight-knit crime family in Dublin, increasingly at odds with a powerful drug cartel.

When the hotheaded son of Frank Kinsella gets into a violent confrontation - the drug cartel retaliate.

Don’t Miss

The Sunday Game Live, 4.00pm, RTÉ2

It’s Cork v Galway (throw-in 4.15pm) as Evanne Ní Chuilinn (below) presents live coverage from Croke Park of the All Ireland Senior Camogie final.

Analysis of the game will come from a panel consisting of Anna Geary, Anne Marie Hayes and Ursula Jacob.

New or Returning Shows

Keys To My Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Streaming on the RTÉ Player

Brendan Courtney invites more celebrities to reveal how the places they have lived in have shaped their lives, beginning with broadcaster Fr Brian D'Arcy (below).

The two of them take a trip back to the tiny village of Bellanaleck in Fermanagh where the priest grew up and found his vocation.

He revisits Ireland's best-known ballroom where he once heard the confessions of showband stars before they went on stage, and muses on the part he played in creating sitcom Father Ted.

Antiques Roadshow, 8.00pm, BBC One

Fiona Bruce (below) presents the show from Ham House in the London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, where an 18th-century robe could be an important piece of Chinese history.

Other items brought in include a portrait by Indian-born artist FN Souza, a collection of silver from the Gulf state of Oman, and two goblets engraved with images of the Crystal Palace.

There’s also a dressing gown made by from a blanket by a German prisoner of war, and a photo album that documents the moment British atomic bombs were tested in 1956.

The Meaning of Life, 10.30pm, RTÉ One

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In his second season at the helm, presenter Joe Duffy invites eight more public figures to look back at their own lives and careers, and to reflect on how their life’s journey so far has shaped the person they are today.

In episode one of the new run, screen legend Jane Seymour (above) reflects on how her parents’ experiences of World War Two – her father liberating his own relatives in Bergen-Belsen and her mother’s internment in a Japanese prisoner-of-war camp – influenced her upbringing and continues to shape her personal philosophy.

'Sé mo Laoch, 9.30pm, TG4

A new run of the show that casts an eye on some of Irish traditional music's heroes.

This programme looks at the life and career of Donegal traditional singer an fiddle player Mairéad Ní Mhaonaigh (below).

A founding member of the supergroup Altan, Mairéad has brought the music of her native Donegal to stages the world over.

She is also a member of the groups Na Mooneys, String Sisters and Sí Fiddlers.

New to Stream

Pixie, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

Quite a few familiar faces in this, including Chris Walley, Colm Meaney, Dylan Moran and Alec Baldwin.

Pixie Hardy (Olivia Cooke, from Bates Motel) sets out to avenge her mother's death and attempts a heist that will give her the means to leave her small-town life behind.

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When the plan goes horribly wrong, she's forced to team up with a pair of misfits who are clearly in over their heads.

On the run from a criminal gang of priests and nuns, the trio tries to scheme and swindle anyone they come across along the way.

Sunday Cinema

Thunderball, 6.00pm, RTÉ2

!960s’ spy adventure, starring Sean Connery as Secret Agent 007, along with Claudine Auger, Adolfo Celi and Lois Maxwell.

This time around, James Bond travels to the Bahamas on the trail of two nuclear warheads stolen from a British aircraft.

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The lethal weapons have fallen into the hands of international crime syndicate Spectre, which plans to fire them at the US coast unless an exorbitant ransom is paid.

Sorry to Bother You, 11.00pm, BBC Two

Boots Riley's often brilliant and bonkers comedy, starring Lakeith Stanfield, Tessa Thompson and Danny Glover.

In an alternate version of present-day Oakland, California, impoverished African-American telemarketer Cassius Green finds his career taking a sinister turn after he has success using his ‘white voice’.

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Family Flick

Brave, 3.10pm, BBC One

Pixar's animated fantasy, with the voices of Kelly Macdonald, Emma Thompson and Billy Connolly.

A princess defies her mother's plans to secure peace by marrying her off to the son of one of their allies.

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A witch provides the rebellious royal with a magic spell to change her fate, but the enchantment backfires disastrously when the queen is transformed into a bear.

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