No need to explain what Love Island: The Reunion is all about, camogie's big day out take place in Croke Park, there’s India 1947: Partition in Colour, and Fire and Blood: The Vikings in Ireland . . .

Pick of the Day

Love Island: The Reunion, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

After a long hot summer in the villa, this year’s bunch of Love Islanders return from Majorca and come together for a big celebration.

As the class of 2022 are reunited for the first time, Laura Whitmore will be asking all the big questions of the winning couple, finalists and all the Islanders who made a splash on the island.

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They’ll include: is love still on the cards, what happened when the cameras stopped rolling, and who's been secretly hooking up?

Comedian Darren Harriott joins the show behind the Reunion's Reasonably Priced Bar to share his highlights from the show’s recent run and serve up cocktails and chat with some of the most iconic Islanders.

Fans can expect exclusive interviews, behind the scenes VTs, sketches, and all the gossip.

Don’t Miss

The Sunday Game Live, 4.00pm, RTÉ2

Following coverage of the Junior (11.45am) and Intermediate (1.45pm) finals, here’s the big one between Cork and Kilkenny (throw-in 4.15pm).

Cork's Amy Lee

Marie Crowe presents coverage of the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship final from Croke Park at the climax of the inter-county season.

With analysis from Anna Geary, Anne Marie Hayes and Ursula Jacob, commentary by Marty Morrissey and Sarah O'Donovan, and reports from Damian Lawlor.

New or Returning Shows

Fire and Blood: The Vikings in Ireland, 6.30pm, RTÉ One

This is a two-part docudrama about the Scandinavian seafarers' impact on the Irish nation, revealing how the Viking dynasty built an empire and changed the course of Irish history.

A 2018 discovery on Rathlin Island offered a fascinating new perspective on the first Vikings to attack Ireland, while in 2020, archaeologists investigated the remains of Dublin's massive Viking harbour.

Match of the Day 2, 10.30pm, BBC One

The Beeb’s additional highlights show returns.

Mark Chapman reviews the day's English Premier League action, including West Ham United v Manchester City at London Stadium and Manchester United v Brighton & Hove Albion at Old Trafford.

Manchester City's Erling Haaland

City start their title defence against a West Ham side that held them to a draw here last term, while their neighbours played their first competitive match under new coach Erik ten Hag.

Plus, Leicester City v Brentford and a round-up of yesterday's goals.

India 1947: Partition in Colour, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Colourised archive footage and archive documents tell the story of the division of British-ruled India into the independent dominions of India and Pakistan, and the subsequent outbreaks of violence and refugee crisis.

The first episode begins in 1946, as the shrinking British Empire struggles with post-war reality.

Facing bankruptcy in the aftermath of the Second World War, the British Government presents its draft plan for independence, with recently appointed viceroy Lord Mountbatten (above) announcing Britain Indian exit in just 10 weeks.

Revolution of Sound: Tangerine Dream, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Electronic music pioneer Edgar Froese founded the band Tangerine Dream at the end of the 1960s, on a life-long mission to find the ultimate sound.

He used heartbeats and breathing sounds, and experimented with synthesizers and sounds recorded in space by NASA and ESA.

Their supporters, fans and friends included Salvador Dalí, David Bowie, Richard Branson and Hollywood directors such as Ridley Scott, Michael Mann and Kathryn Bigelow, with whom they produced numerous film scores.

Here, previously unpublished, private film footage and interviews with close acquaintances, band members and fellow artists trace the unique story of Tangerine Dream in a tribute to Froese, who died in 2015.

Give it a look if you don't nod off during this clip:

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New to Stream

Blue Bayou, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

From award-winning writer/director Justin Chon, Blue Bayou is the moving and timely story of a uniquely American family fighting for their future.

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Antonio LeBlanc (Chon), a Korean adoptee raised in a small town in the Louisiana bayou, is married to the love of his life Kathy (Alicia Vikander) and step-dad to their beloved daughter Jessie.

Struggling to make a better life for his family, he must confront the ghosts of his past when he discovers that he could be deported from the only country he has ever called home.

Sunday Cinema

Skyfall, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Sam Mendes directs the 23rd instalment in the spy franchise, starring Daniel Craig as 007, with Javier Bardem, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw.

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James Bond pursues a mysterious criminal mastermind who has orchestrated a terrorist attack on MI6 headquarters and exposed the identities of undercover agents around the world.

The trail leads to a rogue former operative who has a personal vendetta against the intelligence organisation's leader M - who is also facing calls to retire.

Star Trek Beyond, 10.00pm, Channel 4

This is the third of the rebooted sci-fi franchise films, starring Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Idris Elba.

The USS Enterprise sets out on a rescue mission which turns out to be a deadly trap set by a mysterious warlord.

The crew are left stranded on an unexplored planet, and join forces with a fugitive alien scavenger to find a way off the hostile world and prevent a terrible weapon being unleashed upon the galaxy.

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Midnight Special, 11.35pm, BBC Two

If you fancy a late one, this should keep you going into the early hours.

It’s a pretty good sci-fi adventure, starring Michael Shannon, Jaeden Lieberher and Kirsten Dunst.

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A boy develops strange powers that he cannot understand, attracting the attention of religious extremists.

The boy's father is determined to keep him safe, and together they go on the run from the fanatics in the hope of finding out the true purpose of his abilities.

But they attract the attention of government agents, who have their own plans for the child.

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