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

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

There’s the I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! Final, Simon Schama’s History of Now, a new three-part documentary about film noir, and the latest action from the World Cup. . .

choice of the day

I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! Closing, 9pm, Virgin Media One

It’s the finale of the survival challenge for the famous faces after three weeks of facing their fears and defying everything thrown at them at their camp in Australia.

Matt Hancock, Jill Scott and Owen Warner were confirmed as the cast last night I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! Finalists 2022.

The final three were revealed on Saturday after Mike Tindall became the eighth celebrity to quit the hit ITV reality show.

Which of them will Ant and Dec (above) crown as this year’s king or queen of the jungle?

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The Late Late Toy Show, 3:15 p.m., RTÉ One

Streaming to RTE Player

Another chance to catch Ireland’s favorite and most-watched television event with Ryan Tubridy hosting the annual festive extravaganza.

This year’s theme is The Wizard of Oz, so follow Ryan down the Yellow Brick Road!

As always, he’s joined by an army of testers from all corners of the country, unveiling the year’s hottest new toys.

There are performances by dancers and musicians in the biggest show on Irish television calendar, along with a number of surprise guests.

Stanley Tucci: In Search of Italy, 7.30pm, BBC Two

The American actor heads to the Liguria region, a narrow strip of mountainous land between the Alps and the Apennines, fringed with rugged landscapes and breathtaking coastal vistas.

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Once a prosperous trading empire, the capital Genoa now offers cuisine as rich as personalized stamped pasta and its most internationally recognized export, Genoese pesto.

Tucci discovers how the Ligurians learned to adapt to life in this difficult landscape and found ingenious solutions to survive and thrive.

Arena, 10.15pm, BBC Four

This is the story of influential African musician Fela Kuti.

He is known not only as the creator of the Afrobeat genre, but also as an outspoken political revolutionary who criticized the military regimes in his native Nigeria.

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A counterculture revolutionary, he fought injustice with his music and provoked society with his lifestyle, once marrying 27 women in a single ceremony.

When he died in 1997 from HIV, a disease that carried a lot of stigma in Africa, there were fears his legacy would die with him, but this film shows the impact of his life and music is still being felt today .

New or returning shows

Simon Schama’s History of Now, 9.15pm, BBC Two

The historian and author Simon Schama looks back on the major events of his life around the world.

It is filled with stories of artists and writers who have been on the front lines of fighting for truth and democracy, often at great personal cost.

He begins with Picasso’s Guernica, painted in response to the Nazi bombing of a small town in the Spanish Civil War in 1937, before joining George Orwell’s son Richard Blair in Barcelona.

There he hears the story of how a disinformation campaign waged by Stalin against the Spanish left cost the lives of many of Orwell’s friends and comrades.

Film Noir, 9 p.m., Sky Arts

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This three-part documentary explores the origins and legacy of the iconic film genre, film noir, with the help of a panel of film historians.

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The series begins with a look at the origins of the cinematic term, which comes from pulp fiction crime novels and is visually indebted to the German expressionist films of the silent film era.

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Italy 90, 9 p.m., Sky documentaries

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Told by an international list of famous interviewees, including Paul Gascoigne, Roger Milla and Lothar Matthäus, this is the final chapter in the definitive history of this World Cup.

Cinema on Sunday

The Titfield Thunderbolt, 2.30pm, BBC Two

This is one of the many great Ealing comedies starring Stanley Holloway, George Relph, John Gregson, Godfrey Tearle and Sid James.

The villagers try to save their railway branch from closure by taking it over as a public company – but the owners of the local bus company try to sabotage their plans, forcing them to resort to more underhanded methods.

A classic 1960’s comedy precedes at 1pm school for villains, with Ian Carmichael. This is also worth a look.

2nd Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, 9.30pm, RTE One

Starring Dev Patel, Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and Richard Gere, this feel-good drama sequel should put a smile on your face — even if you’ve seen it a dozen times.

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After the original Best Exotic Marigold Hotel was a smashing success, owner Sonny decides the time has come to expand his business empire.

But to do that, he and the rest of the residents will have to pull out all the stops to impress a potential investor scrutiny — a task that proves easier said than done.

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FIFA World Cup Live, RTE2

Streaming to RTE Player

All match coverage begins 30 minutes before kick-off (ie: 9:30am for a 10am start).

The second round of group matches continues.

Japan-Costa Rica (kick-off 10:00 CET). Coverage of the day’s opening Group E match coming out of Al Rayyan’s Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium.

Belgium-Morocco (kick-off 1pm). Group F game coverage coming out of Al Thumama Stadium.

Croatia-Canada (kick-off 16:00). Coverage of the second Group F game of the day from Doha’s Khalifa International Stadium.

Spain v Germany (kick-off 19:00). All the action from the other Group E game today, which took place at Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor.

Today’s highlights are at 11:05 p.m.

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