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“Tonight on TV, David Attenborough explores the beautiful sounds of nature.”

Secret World of Sound With David Attenborough

On Sunday at 8pm, tune into Sky Nature.

Increase the volume to hear David Attenborough’s captivating symphony of the sounds of nature. This three-part series showcases eight animals per episode, filmed in 4k ultra-high definition with 360-degree sound, providing an immersive experience in the natural world. The first episode features buff-tailed bumblebees using their wings to release pollen, the great grey owl’s ability to hear the movement of voles with its asymmetrical ears, and musical displays from bottlenose dolphins, kangaroo rats, and lions.

Death in Paradise
9pm, BBC One

This week’s installment of Death in Paradise covers murder, mojitos, and a surprisingly high number of killings. The story follows a newly engaged couple and their illegal cryptomining business, which is disrupted by a tragic death. The body of a person who was electrocuted is discovered, and there are three potential culprits. However, all three were together when the incident occurred. DI Neville Parker and DS Naomi Thomas need to be called in to investigate. Written by Kayleigh Dray

Call the Midwife
8pm, BBC One

Olly Rix’s final season on the show will have fans worried for his character Matthew as he faces challenges with his family’s financial troubles. Meanwhile, the trainees have created paintings of the female anatomy for educational purposes. HR

Trigger Point
9pm, ITV1

Vicky McClure in Trigger Point.

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In the second to last episode of the thrilling series, Lana (Vicky McClure) is seen biting her nails and engaging in playful banter. She is then shown drilling through a filing cabinet in a kitchen and expressing her thoughts on workplace aspirations. However, her tough demeanor may lead to more peril.

Into the Congo With Ben Fogle
9pm, Channel 5

Another successful working holiday for the man who has discovered a desirable role for himself traveling the globe on behalf of Channel 5. Fogle journeys to isolated areas in DR Congo, immersing himself in the tribal culture and fulfilling a long-standing aspiration of observing gorillas in their natural habitat. Phil Harrison

The Dry
10.20pm, ITV1

Every relationship is hanging by a thread at this point in the Irish dramedy. Shiv wakes up from her night with ex Jack, then heads to work – where her boss is Jack’s pregnant girlfriend. Elsewhere, Caroline and Rory have an eye-popping discussion over breakfast that leads them to open up their relationship. HR

Film choice

The classic film “Roman Holiday” directed by William Wyler in 1953 will be airing on Film4 at 4:35pm.

Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck in Roman Holiday.

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Audrey Hepburn’s debut in Hollywood resulted in a breakout performance. In this film, she portrays Ann, a princess from Europe who is tired of her diplomatic obligations while on tour. While in Rome, she meets Joe, played by Gregory Peck, a journalist looking for a big story. Keeping their true identities a secret, they embark on an adventure through the city and discover the joys of living a normal life. Director William Wyler effectively utilizes the stunning locations and Hepburn’s charming personality complements Peck’s amiable character.

Bobi Wine: The People’s President (Christopher Sharp, Moses Bwayo, 2022), 11pm, National Geographic
Given added resonance by Alexei Navalny’s death, Christopher Sharp and Moses Bwayo’s bold documentary shows what can happen when the will of the people comes up against tyranny. Bobi Wine is a socially engaged pop star in Uganda who turned his attention to politics. President Yoweri Museveni has had a total grip on power for three decades – but Wine’s charisma and popular appeal threaten his autocratic rule. Cameras follow the brave singer and his team though a presidential campaign disrupted by arrests, state violence and murder. SW

Live sport

The final match of the Carabao Cup between Chelsea and Liverpool will take place at 2pm on Sky Sports Main Event, held at Wembley. Liverpool’s captain for the game will be Virgil van Dijk, in a rematch of the 2022 final.

The Six Nations Rugby Union match between France and Italy will take place at 2:15pm on ITV1, at Stade Pierre-Mauroy in Lille.

Source: theguardian.com