James Nesbitt's back with a new run of Bloodlands, Jo Brand delves into The Secret World of Ice Cream, RuPaul hosts new quiz show Celebrity Lingo, and Mary Kennedy’s the focus of Keys to My Life . . .

Pick of the Day

Bloodlands, 9.00pm, BBC One

Return of the Belfast-based crime thriller, starring James Nesbitt and Charlene McKenna.

The body of an accountant is found on the shores of Strangford Lough, and Tom Brannick and Niamh McGovern are assigned to the case.

The accountant is woven into the tapestry of Tom's tumultuous past, and now he must find out who the killer is and where the accountant had been hiding his gold all of these years.

Don’t Miss

Keys to My Life, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Brendan Courtney spends time with TV presenter Mary Kennedy, who tells him the stories of her life as they visit previous homes that hold special memories for her.

A return to her childhood home in Clondalkin reveals a serious, studious child who became the first member of her family ever to go to university.

And then Mary goes back to the futuristic Brittany apartment where fun and friendship blossomed for her.

North Sea Connection, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

Swedish narcotics detective Tuva Palsson continues her investigation into the possible drug smuggling and also makes inquiries about Bjorn.

Aidan takes delivery of the fish-processing plant equipment and waxes lyrical to Ciara about his plans for the business, only to be interrupted by a call from Shane about Lenny.

New or Returning Shows

Sunday Soccer, 4.30pm, RTÉ2

The top two in the Premier Division clash as Derry City host Shamrock Rovers (Kick-off 5.00pm) in the Extra.ie FAI Cup quarter-final at the Ryan McBride Brandywell Stadium.

Derry City's Will Patching and Jack Byrne of Shamrock Rovers

The Candystripes have recorded comfortable home wins over Oliver Bond Celtic and Cork City in the previous two rounds, but now face a much tougher task against the Hoops.

Hoping to avoid a European hangover from Thursday’s loss in Belgium, Rovers have already won away to Bangor Celtic and Drogheda United in this season's competition.

The Secret World of Ice Cream, 8.05pm, Channel 4

Jo Brand tells the nostalgic story of how people in Britain fell in love with ice-cream, in an episode that peeks behind the curtain of the frozen treat.

The heavyweights of the industry reveal the battles fought to dominate freezers, from the earliest innovations of Wall's and Lyons Maid, to the sophistication of Mars and the introduction of high-end luxury from Haagen-Dazs to Ben & Jerry's.

Junior Eurovision 2022, 8.30pm, TG4

The search for Ireland's entry for the 2022 Junior Eurovision is on!

Each year, the best young singers, aged 9-14, from across Europe compete in this huge event.

When we have our Irish winner, they'll head to Armenia in December to take on the rest of Europe.

It will be up to judges Niamh Ní Chróinín and Chris Greene to pick the winner. They’ll be joined by tonight's special guest judge - Niamh Kavanagh (above).

Hosted by Louise Cantillon and Darragh Ó Caoimh.

Celebrity Lingo, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Quiz hosted by RuPaul (below, second left) in which famous faces pair up and try to use their powers of deduction to fill in the blanks and find the missing words in the Lingo grids and Puzzlewords.

The celebrity teams will be playing for big money for their chosen charities up against the clock and their opponent.

The pairings for the first show are Joel and Hannah Dommett, Alan Halsall and Andy Whyment, and Andi Peters and Laura Tobin.

New to Stream

Mona Lisa and the Blood Moon, Sky Cinema & NOW

Kate Hudson stars in this drama as a struggling single-mother who befriends a mysterious mental institute escapee with supernatural powers (Jun Jong Seo), whom she sees as a lucrative opportunity to make some fast cash.

But when they draw the attention of a detective (Craig Robinson), their luck starts to run out as the cops close in on their crime-spree.

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Ending Today

Mind Over Murder, 9.00pm, Sky Crime

Streaming on NOW

This HBO six-parter conclides with a double bill.

As the Beatrice Six prepare to re-enter society, one of the exonerated remains convinced of their involvement in the crime despite scientific evidence to the contrary.

While many people in town strongly believe the six are guilty, a civil case raises troubling questions about law enforcement's use of coercive tactics to illicit false memories and confessions.

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Then in the series finale, as the town of Beatrice gathers to watch a stage performance of the murder investigation and its aftermath, residents, relatives of the accused and Helen Wilson's own grandchildren grapple with the town's complex legacy.

Then, director Nanfu Wang sits down for a frank conversation with lead investigator Burt Searcey.

Cúltír, 9.30pm, TG4

The Village Barn in Tyrrellspass is the venue for the final episode of the season, focusing on the rich musical and cultural heritage of Westmeath.

Foster and Allen (above) belt out another classic and there’s rising talents such as Eva Coyle and local favourite Colin Nea, along with other outstanding talent who take the stage for this evening of music.

A trip along Westmeath's famous lakes brings Aoife to Belvedere House while the ancient wonders of the Hill of Uisneach inspire Aoife to try her hand at a very modern artform - chainsaw carving.

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