Limerick face Galway in the All-Ireland hurling semi-final, there’s Joe Lycett's Big Pride Party, David Walliams returns with It’ll Be Alright on the Night, and a zebra’s in trouble on The Zoo . . .

Pick of the Day

The Sunday Game Live, 2.30pm, RTÉ2

With just one place left up for grabs in this year’s All-Ireland, Joanne Cantwell presents coverage of the second Senior Hurling Championship semi-final at Croke Park.

This is Limerick's fifth semi-final in a row, and only their surprise loss to Kilkenny in 2018 is stopping them from a potential five-in-a-row of All-Ireland wins.

Can Galway stop them? Their recent All-Ireland semi-final record is hit and miss, winning in 2015, 2017 and 2018 - but missing out in 2016 and in 2020, their last time at this stage of the competition.

Today’s game comes with analysis from Davy Fitzgerald, Donal Og Cusack and Ursula Jacob, and commentary by Marty Morrissey and Brendan Cummins.

Don’t Miss

The Zoo, 7.30pm, RTÉ One

Having undergone a dental procedure on the last episode, Kildare the zebra is still struggling to stand up after being under anaesthetic.

The team face race against time to save the elderly animal.

After a routine dental check, Jasmina the Red Panda undergoes a quick dental procedure. And when she returns to her habitat, she finds a new male in town.

Elsewhere, Tundra the Amur tiger is to receive a contraceptive chip.

Having given birth to two beautiful cubs in 2019, the studbook keeper has decided that she is now sufficiently represented in the international breeding programme.

The Outlaws, 9.00pm, BBC One

Christian and Esme receive a surprise visit from their mother, and Rani's parents make a generous offer.

Diane shares her findings with Haines, who is surprised to realise the trainee Special Constable might actually be onto something.

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The net closes around Myrna and Greg with their respective deceits, leading one to turn to Frank for help, and the other to finally come clean.

After weeks of work, the Outlaws think they've found the light at the end of the tunnel - until The Dean closes it.

New or Returning Shows

Joe Lycett's Big Pride Party, 9.00pm, Channel 4

UK comedian Joe Lycett (below) hosts a live show in his native Birmingham to celebrate 50 years of Pride.

He's joined by guests including Mawaan Rizwan, Rosie Jones, Mae Martin, Boy George, Kelly Holmes, Julian Clary, Danny Dyer, Joan Collins, Tom Allen, Self Esteem, Gina Yashere, Tia Kofi, Lawrence Chaney, Adam All, Steps and the stars of Heartstopper.

Plus, Joe will be pulling off one of his most ambitious stunts to date, which involves a load of MPs and an impromptu statue in Westminster.

It’ll Be Alright on the Night, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

David Walliams (above) returns with more TV disasters, including Joanna Lumley nearly falling off a ship and the Good Morning Britain studio getting invaded by ants.

Lights Up, 9.30pm, BBC Four

A century after the formation of the first Northern Irish women's football team, Tara Lynne O'Neill's debut play, enacted by an all-female cast.

It chronicles the courage and determination of the women who became known as the suffragettes of soccer.

Filmed at the Lyric Theatre, Belfast, with a socially distanced audience.

New to Stream

Zola, Sky Cinema & NOW

From acclaimed writer/director Janicza Bravo, Zola's stranger than fiction saga, which she first told in a series of viral, uproarious tweets, comes to dazzling cinematic life.

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Zola (Taylour Paige), a Detroit waitress, strikes up a new friendship with a customer, Stefani (Riley Keough), who seduces her to join a weekend of dancing and partying in Florida.

What at first seems like a glamorous trip full of "hoeism" rapidly transforms into a 48-hour journey involving a nameless pimp, an idiot boyfriend, some Tampa gangsters and other unexpected adventures in this wild, see-it-to-believe-it tale.

Sunday Cinema

Olympus Has Fallen, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

This action thriller stars Gerard Butler, Aaron Eckhart and Morgan Freeman.

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A secret service operative is reassigned from Presidential Protection after a tragic accident.

As he prepares to leave his assignment, terrorists take control of the White House and hold the president hostage.

The agent is trapped in the building, and uses his inside knowledge to rescue the head of state.

Rain Man, 11.15pm, BBC One

Barry Levinson's multi Oscar-winning drama, starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman, with Valeria Golino, Gerald R Molen and Jack Murdock, is worth watching just for the Cruiser's performance.

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He plays brash yuppie car dealer Charlie, who discovers his deceased father has left the family fortune to Raymond (Hoffman), the autistic elder brother he never knew he had.

In a bid to get his hands on the money, he tracks down and abducts Raymond - but the ensuing cross-country journey proves to be a profound learning experience for them both.

Dunkirk, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Here's the best movie on tonight.

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Christopher Nolan's wartime drama, which he wrote, directed and produced, stars Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance and Fionn Whitehead.

Allied soldiers from Belgium, the British Empire and France are surrounded by the German army, and face a tense wait for evacuation, during a fierce battle in northern France during the Second World War.

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