Tonight sees the conclusion of submarine drama Vigil, there's more guns 'n' games on Kin, Liam Ó Maonlaí's the focus of Keys To My Life, while Catastrophe star Rob Delaney is the first to face Foxy's Fearless 48 Hours . . .

Pick of the Day

Vigil, 9.00pm, BBC One

Here’s the conclusion of the crime drama series from the folks behind Line of Duty, starring Suranne Jones.

It’s been patchy at times, but overall it’s been an engrossing watch. Here’s to a cracking finale.

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While Amy is trapped on the submarine and running out of time, on land, Kirsten chases down the traitor's accomplice.

And when the traitor on Vigil puts their plans into action, the crew are forced to fight for their lives.

Don’t Miss

Kin, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

Aidan Gillen (below) and the gang return for the latest instalment in this gripping crime drama.

The Kinsellas bury one of their own, as they prepare for an all out war with the Cunninghams. Michael and Jimmy set a plan in motion for revenge and Amanda orders her first hit.

Keys To My Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

This week, Brendan Courtney goes on a domestic journey with Hothouse Flowers frontman Liam Ó Maonlaí (below).

The pair travel from the remote Dingle cottage bequeathed to him by his parents to the impressive home where he grew up in the affluent Dublin suburb of Clonskeagh.

The Meaning of Life, 10.35pm, RTÉ One

Joe Duffy meets celebrated actor and writer Rupert Everett to talk about life and faith and his thoughts about life's purpose and meaning.

New or Returning Shows

Ireland's Historic Gardens, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

This two-parter looks like ideal Sunday evening viewing.

Robert O'Byrne (above) examines the history of Ireland's country house gardens over the past 400 years, during which time design has reflected political and social changes taking place within the country.

In this first edition he visits Muckross Abbey in Co Kerry, Lismore Castle in Waterford, Portumna Castle in Galway and the National Botanic Gardens in Dublin.

The Bambers: Murder at the Farm, 9.00pm, Sky Crime

Streaming on NOW

This promises to be a forensic look at a complex case that remains in the British public eye even after 35 years.

In August 1985, local police entered a secluded Essex farmhouse to find five dead bodies - a young mother Sheila Caffell, her twin sons, and her parents. They’d been shot and killed.

Initially it appeared to be the scene of a tragic murder-suicide committed by the troubled mother, Sheila, but fresh evidence would emerge to put Sheila’s brother Jeremy Bamber firmly in the frame.

Arrested, charged, and convicted of all five murders, he was sent to prison for life.

For the last 35 years, Bamber has been fighting his conviction from his maximum-security prison cell, consistently maintaining his innocence.

Foxy's Fearless 48 Hours with Rob Delaney, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The first in a series in which Jason Fox sets celebrities daring challenges designed to push boundaries and build resilience.

First up is actor and comedian Rob Delaney (above, you might remember him from co-starring with Sharon Horgan in Catastrophe), who is challenged to jump off a 40-metre-high abandoned viaduct.

To prepare him for this, he must first dive from a cliff into a flooded quarry, and cross a 300-foot long highline spanning a 250-foot-drop.

The Last Mountain, 9.00pm, BBC Two

The story of climber Tom Ballard, who died during an expedition to Pakistan's Nanga Parbat mountain in February 2019.

He had been following his sister Kate on a pilgrimage to the site to say goodbye to her brother.

The film explores what made Tom continue his ascent with Italian climber Daniele Nardi after the other two members of the expedition turned back.

Ending Today

Global Citizen Live Highlights: Music Festival for the Planet, 4.30pm, BBC One

Stevie Wonder (above) headlines the Los Angeles finale of Global Citizen Live, which took place in the early hours of this morning.

Plus, highlights of the previous 24 hours, featuring star-studded performances from six continents in the worldwide concert designed to unite people in tackling poverty and climate change.

Sunday Cinema

The Spy Who Loved Me, 6.40pm, RTÉ2

Just days away from the latest Bond movie, here’s the 1977 version, starring Roger Moore, Barbara Bach, Curt Jurgens and Richard Kiel.

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James Bond teams up with a KGB agent to recover missing British and Soviet nuclear submarines, before whoever stole them can use their warheads.

Unfortunately, 007 was responsible for the death of his new ally's lover - and she is determined to make him pay before their mission is complete.

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