There's a new BBC drama called You Don't Know Me, American Rust continues on Sky Atlantic, there's more from Ireland's Fittest Family, and Bernard Brogan hails Dubs legend Kevn Heffernan in Shoulders of Giants . . .

Pick of the Day

You Don't Know Me, 9.00pm, BBC One

The BBC’s been on a great run with Sunday night dramas and this is the latest addition.

It’s based on Imran Mahmood's novel about a man standing trial for murder who fires his barrister during the court case, in favour of representing himself in court.

Deciding to abandon the version of events he had been told would be in his best interests, he instead presents his own version of events, revealing how a law-abiding car salesman is in the frame for murder.

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Don’t Miss

American Rust, 10.05pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW and Sky Box Sets

Last week’s opening two episodes set up this gloomy US drama – think Mare of Easttown, but this time with Jeff Daniels playing lead as a cop – and it’s not a pretty picture.

Grace enlists help in her effort to unionise the dressmakers. The sheriff gets an anonymous tip about the murder in the steel mill.

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Then, Isaac befriends someone who teaches him the rules of the road. The sheriff searches for evidence in Billy and Grace’s trailer.

Billy then tells Lee what happened in the steel mill.

Ireland's Fittest Family, RTÉ One

Four families tackle the elements - and each other - as they take a trip to a cold icy lake, all desperate for a place in the semi-final.

The dreaded Pontoons of Pain is back again this week, with two members of each family racing to win top points for their clan.

Hidden Assets, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

While her team follows the money trail in Ireland, Emer and Christian discover the identity of the bombers, as this Irish-Belgian drama continues.

Then an unexpected source provides the investigation with vital information.

Shoulders of Giants, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Bernard Brogan (above) goes on a very personal journey to find out more about his hero Kevin Heffernan, whose GAA achievements inspired Bernard to become a gaelic football star.

Other, Like Me: The Oral History of COUM Transmissions and Throbbing Gristle, 10.35pm, BBC Four

Here’s something to send you off to slumberland with something to think about instead of counting sheep.

It’s a documentary about the 1970s performance art collective COUM Transmissions and its music off-shoot Throbbing Gristle.

drawing on the group's rich archive of photographs and video, and exploring the ways in which lead artists Genesis Breyer P-Orridge and Cosey Fanni Tutti explored sex, pornography, and violence.

BBC Proms 2012, 8.30pm, BBC Four

If you like a good tune, this repeat is an absolute treat.

It’s a concert from the 2012 Proms, in which conductor John Wilson and his orchestra are joined by the Maida Vale Singers to pay tribute to the composers and arrangers responsible for creating the Broadway Sound.

The g such leig includes gendary tunesmiths such as Jerome Kern, Cole Porter, Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, Frank Loesser and Leonard Bernstein (above).

The concert includes show-stopping songs from Show Boat, On Your Toes, Brigadoon, Porgy and Bess, West Side Story and Fiddler on the Roof. Presented by Katie Derham.

The Snowman, 3.25pm, Channel 4

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Okay, we’ve all seen this bags of times. But it’s just wonderful.

Raymond Briggs' festive favourite, a wordless animated fantasy telling the story of a small boy whose snowman magically comes to life and whisks him off on the journey of a lifetime to the North Pole.

Howard Blake's score includes the award-winning song Walking in the Air, which was taken to number five in the charts by a young Aled Jones, but is here sung by Peter Auty.

New or Returning Shows

The Granny Killer, 9.00pm, Sky Crime

Streaming on NOW

In 2005, John Wayne Glover - the infamous Granny Killer - committed suicide while in prison for the sadistic murders of six elderly women in the affluent Sydney suburb of Mosman.

But just before he died, Glover left a cryptic sketched confession: there were nine more murders to be solved - a shocking tally that if true would make him Australia’s most prolific serial killer.

In a double bill special, investigative Journalist Caroline Overington joins a former FBI Profiler Kris Illingsworth, as they re-open the Granny Killer files to solve those nine murders and find answers to a host of heinous crimes linked to Glover.

Sunday Cinema

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

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Comedy sequel, starring Reese Witherspoon, Sally Field, Bob Newhart, Bruce McGill and Regina King.

The dizzy blonde heroine graduates as a qualified lawyer and heads straight for Washington, DC determined to persuade Congress to put a stop to the testing of cosmetics on animals.

She also swiftly proves her mettle in fighting adversity as well as red tape.

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