Today's top telly includes All Creatures Great and Small, Gentleman Jack, The Great House Giveaway returns, and the concluding episode of Ken Burns' Muhammad Ali documentary . . .

Pick of the Day

All Creatures Great and Small, 7.35pm, RTÉ One

This really is perfect Sunday night viewing, and arguably an improvement on the classic BBC series.

This week, when a familiar face from Helen's past returns to Darrowby, James worries that he has to compete for her attention.

As a result, he steps up at Mrs Pumphrey's annual cricket match.

The rest of Skeldale House are apprehensive as the game can be a brutal affair.

Siegfried tries his best to train James and also get a typically reluctant Tristan to step in, but it's not looking good for their Darrowby team.

Don’t Miss

The Great House Revival, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

Architect Hugh Wallace meets historical re-enactors Liz and Gordon Jones (above), who have travelled from Connecticut to create their retirement home in Sigginstown Castle in Wexford.

They enlisted the skills of the Irish crafts community to help them fell oak trees for timbers, make their own bricks and fire their own tiles, just as the castle's original builders would have done.

Gentleman Jack, 9.30pm, BBC One

Suranne Jones continues to impress as Anne Lister, who is this week drawn back into her complicated past with Mariana during a trip to Lawton Hall.

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Determined to draw a line under the tempestuous 20-year relationship that Mariana is desperate to reignite, the women find themselves raking over past heartache.

Anne is shocked when Mariana confides ugly details about her marriage to Charles Lawton.

Back at Shibden with her in-laws, Ann Walker receives a visitor of her own, in a sneaky move by her meddling cousins.

New or Returning Shows

Attenborough's Wonder of Song, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

David Attenborough (below) examines seven recordings of animals singing, all documented in his lifetime - including one he recorded himself.

The songs are from species as varied as lyrebirds, lemurs and humpback whales, all providing an insight into the way these creatures communicate.

The programme also examines new evidence on the purpose of singing, which challenges the long-held belief that it is purely a mating ritual.

The Great House Giveaway, 7.00pm, Channel 4

The Bafta-winning show returns.

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Complete strangers paramedic Sarah and garment technologist Paige team up to transform a crumbling house bought at auction into a dream home.

The Victorian terrace in Stafford, the West Midlands, is packed with original features and - armed with a budget, a six-month schedule and advice from Simon O'Brien - they seem the perfect team.

But with money leaking like water from a broken pipe, will there be enough left to make a profit?

New to Stream

12 Mighty Orphans, Sky Cinema & NOW

This is the true story of the Mighty Mites, the football team of a Fort Worth orphanage who, during the Great Depression, went from playing without shoes - or even a ball - to playing for the Texas state championships.

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Over the course of their winning season these underdogs and their resilient spirit became an inspiration to an entire nation in need of a rebound, and catching the attention of US President Roosevelt.

The architect of their success was Rusty Russell, (Luke Wilson), a legendary high school coach who shocked his colleagues by giving up a privileged position so he could teach and coach at an orphanage.

This feel-good sports drama also starring Robert Duvall, Martin Sheen and Wayne Knight.

Ending Today

Muhammad Ali, 11.00pm, BBC Two

The conclusion of Ken Burns’ superb documentary about the boxer and activist reveals how he retired from fighting in 1981 at the age of 39, before being diagnosed with Parkinson's just three years later.

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The programme examines how he continued to travel the world spreading his Islamic faith, becoming a symbol of peace and hope, as well as his final two fights and his famous lighting of the Olympic torch at the 1996 Olympics.

Our Changing Planet, 7.00pm, BBC One

Another three more presenters visit threatened ecoystems around the world, including Liz Bonnin (above) in California, discovering how climate change has led to wildfires.

Gordon Buchanan reports from Brazil, joining a project to save the jaguar, while Ade Adepitan visits Kenya, and discovers how rising temperatures have led to droughts and limited rainfall, with severe implications for wildlife.

Sunday Cinema

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, 3.45pm, RTÉ One

Light Sunday afternoon viewing with this Howard Hawks' musical comedy starring Marilyn Monroe, Jane Russell, Charles Coburn and Elliott Reid.

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Lounge singers Lorelei and Dorothy embark on a transatlantic cruise to Paris in search of rich husbands.

While Dorothy falls for a penniless man, Lorelei thinks she has found the millionaire of her dreams, only for his father to hire a private eye to spy on her and prove she is a gold-digger.

And, yes, this is the film featuring Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.

Four Weddings and a Funeral, 11.00pm, Channel 4

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Richard Curtis's hugely enjoyable comedy, with Hugh Grant, Andie MacDowell, John Hannah, Charlotte Coleman, Kristin Scott Thomas, Simon Callow and James Fleet.

A London man's misfortunes in love look set to change when he meets an American beauty.

But the prospect of a transatlantic relationship succeeding seems slim, so the pair go their separate ways - only for him to realise he is unable to get her out of his mind.

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