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

Liz Bonnin explores Ireland’s geological history in The Island, David Attenborough explores frozen regions in Frozen Planets II, Jason Manford hosts a new Unbeatable game show, and North Sea Connection continues. . .

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The Island, 6:30 p.m., RTÉ One

Liz Bonnin explores the geological history of Ireland, examining how it was formed from two entirely separate lands that originated south of the equator.

It reveals how these ancient continents swallowed an ocean as they slowly approached each other over millions of years, and how the point of collision where they crashed eventually became Ireland.

Don’t miss

North Sea Connection, 9:30 p.m., RTÉ One

Last week’s opening episode of this drama about an Irish fishing family caught in the nets of drug traffickers was a great watch.

This week, Swedish narcotics detective Tuva Palsson heads to Roskillane, where Sgt Egan is skeptical of her theory that someone in her village might be involved in smuggling.

Meanwhile, Aidan goes to find Ciara in the secluded cove where she will land an illicit shipment – but Quinn, Bryan and Evie have a plan for a completely different outcome.

Keys to my life, 8:30 p.m., RTÉ One

Singer and host Majella O’Donnell (below) takes presenter Brendan Courtney on a nostalgic journey to meaningful homes and places that shaped his life.

A return to her childhood home in Thurles evokes memories of her rocky relationship with her father, while in Tenerife she recalls how her life changed when she met a certain Daniel in an Irish bar local.

The meaning of life, 10:25 p.m., RTÉ One

Joe Duffy meets musician and former Pogues bassist Cáit O’Riordan (below, with Ray D’Arcy), who talks about her wild and rambunctious youth in the Irish music scene of 1980s London.

Along with her music career, Cáit tells Joe about her addiction to alcohol and the end of her long-term relationship with Elvis Costello.

New or returning shows

Frozen Planet II, 8 p.m., BBC One

Get ready for a stunning visual experience as David Attenborough explores frozen regions around the world.

The first episode begins in Antarctica, where emperor penguin chicks are abandoned by their parents in early spring and must find their way through dangerous sea ice to the rich waters of the Southern Ocean.

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In the Himalayas, the world’s fluffiest cat hunts gerbils and voles, while in the boreal forests that surround North America, Europe and Asia, a Siberian tiger lies in wait black bears.

Unbeatable, 6:00 p.m., Virgin Media One

This is a brand new general knowledge quiz, hosted by Jason Manford.

Over three rounds, contestants compete to find the single “unbeatable” answer and beat the others to advance to the finals where they can win a cash prize.

South America by Simon Reeve, 9 p.m., BBC Two

Adventurer Simon Reeve (below) embarks on a journey across the continent, starting in the remote and little-visited northeast.

In Venezuela, Simon meets some of the thousands of migrants fleeing their country’s economic collapse, as he learns that neighboring Guyana may be on the brink of its own oil boom.

He also meets a former armed warlord who is now one of Suriname’s most successful businessmen, and ends his journey in French Guiana, where he travels to the Space Agency’s launch site. European.

Ceol on Chlann, 10:30 p.m., TG4

Following the continued success of TG4’s Ceol ón Chlann series, this fourth season explores six famous Irish musical families who have taken their music to every corner of the world.

Each story is presented through rare footage from the BBC, ITV, TG4 and RTÉ archives, and previously unseen private family footage.

The first are siblings Smyth Seán, Cora and Breda who grew up in Straide, County Mayo, surrounded by a strong family tradition of Irish music and during that time collectively won over 50 titles across the Ireland.

They each earned their medical degrees while participating in Galway’s exciting music scene while studying at UCG.

The series is narrated by Pádraigín Ní Uallacháin.

New to feed

Clandestine Passage, Sky Cinema and NOW

Ruby Rose and Frank Grillo star in this intense and tense action thriller.

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It is about a tenacious and troubled young woman who inherits a luxury yacht from her father and must fight to survive when it is hijacked by thieves.

Unable to escape and trapped on a yacht on the high seas, the prey becomes the hunter as she turns the tables on the intruders and takes matters into her own hands.

Sunday cinema

The Invisible Man, 9 p.m., RTÉ2

Writer/director Leigh Whannell’s thriller stars Elisabeth Moss, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Harriet Dyer.

An abused woman flees to save her life and takes refuge with a family.

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It later emerges that Cecilia Kass’ ex has committed suicide and she is to inherit a fortune, but the fact that he is experimenting with an invisibility suit makes her think he came after her.

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