What's up?  The 10 best TV and streaming tips for Sunday

What’s up? The 10 best TV and streaming tips for Sunday

The All-Ireland Hurling Final takes place in mid-summer, Iain De Caestecker stars in new BBC drama The Control Room, Pamela Adlon is back with More Better Things and Dublin Zoo is getting its first pack of dholes. . .

choice of the day

The Sunday game live, 2 p.m., RTÉ One

Joanne Cantwell presents coverage of the All-Ireland Senior Hurling Championship Finals, taking place at GAA HQ Croke Park (drop-in 3:30pm).

Limerick are the defending champions, having beaten Cork in last year’s final, and are targeting a third straight All-Ireland.

Meanwhile, Kilkenny are the most successful team in the history of the competition with 36 titles, but the last of those came in 2015.

It’s all set for a cracker.

do not miss

The Summer Show, 6:30 p.m., RTE One

Derek Mooney and Nuala Carey head to Kerry to walk the Cosán na Naomh pilgrimage route, which means “Path of the Holy” in English.

It is an 11 mile trail starting at Ventry Beach and ending below Mount Brandon.

Along the way, folklorist Shane Lehane shares tales of the Battle of Ventry and the famous voyages of St Brendan the Navigator, while Nuala swims in the sea at Mná na Mara and Derek visits Rockabill Island to find out how a migratory bird population is fighting extinction .

The Zoo, 7 p.m., RTE One

In today’s show there is a chance to meet the very first pack of dholes at Dublin Zoo.

They are Asian wild dogs and you can see them adjusting to their new habitat.

The Humboldt penguins that lay their eggs for the breeding season are also caught.

Meanwhile, Bosu, the western chimpanzee, got into an argument with Marlon, the alpha male, and Helen and the team’s intermediary to bring him to the practice for urgent treatment.

New or returning shows

The Control Room, 9pm, BBC One

With The outlaws Late last week here’s the latest show to land on BBC One in that prestigious 9pm Sunday slot.

Iain De Caestecker and Joanna Vanderham star in this new thriller about a Glasgow emergency responder

Gabe is an ordinary guy whose world is turned upside down when he receives a desperate life-and-death call from a woman who seems to know him.

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Pressured to find out who she is, he makes a decision that can have devastating consequences, forcing him to confront a past he would rather forget.

“I would say it’s one of the most exciting scripts I’ve ever read and it was a page turner from start to finish,” says Iain De Caestecker.

“I just had to know how it ends. Nick has a way of using very relatable and universal themes and emotions. The characters are not two-dimensional.”

Better Things, 10.15pm, BBC Two

This is the fifth and final season of the drama about Sam Fox, an actress trying to balance her career with raising her three daughters in Los Angeles, created by and starring Pamela Adlon.

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First, Sam helps Max find a place to live, visits a genealogist with her brother Marion, and gives her best friend Rich a shoulder to cry on.

In the second episode at 10:50 p.m., Sam’s day starts with a supermarket shootout and doesn’t get much better when she learns that Phyllis has been scammed, but things improve when she makes a decision about work.

Big Cat Country, 6 p.m., Sky Nature

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At the end of the Great Rift Valley in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley, two neighboring packs lay claim to the land.

The nature filmmakers Nathan Pilcher and Sam Davies are right in the middle of the action, deeply embedded in the park for three months.

Can these packs beat the odds and survive the biggest challenge of their lives?

New to stream

Take a breath, Sky Cinema & NOW

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Here’s a drama starring Amanda Seyfried, Finn Wittrock, Jennifer Carpenter, Michael Gaston, Amy Irving and Paul Giamatti.

Kind, warm-hearted, best-selling author Julie Davis’ books are about uncovering childhood fears, but she has yet to unravel the dark secret that has plagued her own life.

But when her second child is born, events unfold that will unveil this mystery and with it a devastating, powerful struggle for survival.

Cinema on Sunday

Blade Runner 2049, 10.30pm, BBC One

Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi thriller, the sequel to Ridley Scott’s 1982 classic, starring Ryan Gosling, Harrison Ford, Ana de Armas and Sylvia Hoeks.

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An android hunter working for the Los Angeles Police Department uncovers a long-buried secret.

This leads him to track down former detective Rick Deckard, who has been missing for 30 years and is linked to the case.

The Vow, 9:30 p.m., RTE One

Here is a romantic drama starring Rachel McAdams, Channing Tatum, Jessica Lange and Sam Neill.

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A newly married couple is involved in a car accident and the wife wakes up with no memory of her husband.

As he tries to get her to fall in love with him again, she is reunited with her separated parents, who never approved of the marriage and see her condition as an opportunity for a fresh start.

family movie

The Railway Children, 1.50pm, BBC Two

ace The railroad kids are returning When it hits theaters, here’s your chance to see the original 1970 film.

It is a family drama based on E Nesbit’s story of the same name, starring Jenny Agutter, Sally Thomsett, Gary Warren, Dinah Sheridan, Bernard Cribbins, William Mervyn and Iain Cuthbertson.

Three Edwardian children are forced to leave their comfortable middle-class London home and head into the Yorkshire wilderness after their father is wrongly imprisoned for treason.

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