Sean Bean and Nicola Walker star in new drama Marriage, The Princess is a documentary about Diana Spencer, Afghanistan: Getting Out explores the USA's time there, and there’s Allison Janney earning an Oscar in I, Tonya . . .

Pick of the Day

Marriage, 9.00pm, BBC One

Award-winning sitcom writer Stefan Golaszewski (Him & Her, Mum) turns his hand to drama in BBC One’s prestigious prime time Sunday night slot.

The interesting pairing of Sean Bean and Nicola Walker star as a couple struggling to adapt to changes in their lives.

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Ian and Emma return from holiday in Spain and have to get used to the ways in which their career prospects have radically diverged since Ian was made redundant.

Then another new development comes in the shape of their daughter's new boyfriend.

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The Princess, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW

This will be a big deal for all those Diana fans out there.

Telling the story of Diana, Princess of Wales exclusively through contemporaneous archival audio and video footage, it arrives straight off its cinema release and in the month that marks the 25th anniversary of her death.

The relationship between Diana and Charles, the Prince and Princess of Wales (above), has been well documented.

From their seemingly fairytale marriage, to the fractured marriage that followed and ultimately Diana’s tragic and untimely death, her life appears to have been explored in its entirety.

But The Princess sets out to reframe her story by taking an entirely immersive approach, drawing solely from audio and video footage from the time.

It takes audiences back to these events as they happened, and in doing so, allows the narrative to unfold as if it were in the present.

New or Returning Shows

Afghanistan: Getting Out, 9.00pm, BBC Two

When America finally withdrew its troops from Afghanistan in August 2021, it was the culmination of almost 20 years of attempts to end the war.

This two-part documentary charts the troubled story of what started as an attempt to capture Osama Bin Laden resulted in four presidents trying to end a war that killed tens of thousands of people.

In this instalment the people at the heart of the decision-making tell their stories of President Obama's efforts to get the troops out.

A Very British Way of Torture, 10.00pm, Channel 4

Documentary exploring abuses committed by British colonial forces against the Mau Mau independence movement in 1950s Kenya.

Survivor testimony and analysis from a team of British and Kenyan historians pieces together an account of a regime of systematic torture - including murders, rapes and forced castrations.

Hide and Seek, 10.55pm, Channel 4

Here’s the latest from the superb Walter Presents stable.

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It’s a Ukrainian crime drama about two mismatched detectives, each concealing a traumatic past.

They are assigned to track down several missing children taken by a kidnapper who posts cryptic messages online.

The measures they take backfire, resulting in a casualty and the kidnapper managing to claim another victim. In Russian

Patagonia, 7.00pm, Sky Nature

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A groundbreaking new series from the producers of Blue Planet, Planet Earth II and Hostile Planet.

With deep purpose, Patagonia celebrates the astonishing landscapes, animals and people tough enough for Earth’s final frontier.

Nowhere else on Earth is there such diversity of landscapes, exuberance of wildlife and fascinating human stories as in Patagonia.

This series sets out to explore and document one of Earth’s most unexplored, spectacular, fragile regions in all its wild glory

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This drama follows an undercover British journalist in her quest to bait and expose a terrorist recruiter through social media.

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She is also trying not to be sucked in by her recruiter and lured into becoming a militant extremist herself.

The unconventional thriller plays out entirely on a computer screen in the Screenlife format, pioneered by Bekmambetov

Sunday Cinema

I, Tonya, 9.05pm, RTÉ2

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Director Craig Gillespie's comedy biopic, starring Margot Robbie, Sebastian Stan, and a superb Allison Janney, who won a Bafta and an Oscar for her performance.

Ice skater Tonya Harding rises through the ranks at the US figure skating championships.

But her future in the sport is thrown into question by a shocking incident after her ex-husband steps in.

Captain Phillips, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

Riveting fact-based thriller, starring Tom Hanks and Barkhad Abdi, with the latter putting in an impressive performance.

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An American cargo ship sets a dangerous course around the coast of Somalia, while inland, four men are pressed into service as pirates by the local warlords.

The captain (Hanks) is taken hostage when the raiding party hijacks the vessel, resulting in a tense five-day crisis.

Family Flick

Spies in Disguise, 3.45pm, Channel 4

This is a very enjoyable animated adventure, with the voices of Will Smith, Tom Holland and Karen Gillan.

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A secret agent branded a traitor tries to clear his name, with the aid of a socially awkward inventor he had fired for only developing non-lethal gadgets.

The scientist's latest invention gets out of control and transforms the spy into a pigeon - giving him the perfect disguise to prove his innocence.

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