TV TOP picks

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Sun­day

1 When Calls the Heart 8 p.m. on (CBC) In a new episode called “A Telling Si­lence,” El­iz­a­beth (Erin Krakow) takes a spe­cial in­ter­est in one of her young stu­dents, Ros­aleen Sul­li­van (Mamie Lave­rock), who has not spo­ken since the mine dis­as­ter that killed her fa­ther and who seems ter­ri­fied of drunken Wen­dell Backus (Dun­can Olleren­shaw). Else­where, Jack (Daniel Liss­ing) looks into the mys­te­ri­ous cir­cum­stances sur­round­ing the burn­ing of Coal Val­ley’s only church. Another new episode im­me­di­ately fol­lows.

2 Daily Planet 8 p.m. on (DIS) As Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel Canada opens its wildly suc­cess­ful sum­mer pro­gram­ming stunt Shark Week, co-hosts Ziya Tong and Dan Riskin step up with their own nightly lineup of ab­sorb­ing pro­gram­ming re­volv­ing around all things “shark.” As al­ways, ex­pect cut­ting-edge tech­nol­ogy and in­sight­ful rev­e­la­tions to be a part of these new episodes, along with, you know, a lot of fun.

3 The Simp­sons 8 p.m. on (GLO) Ever get an e-mail claim­ing a mem­ber of for­eign roy­alty wants to cut you in on a for­tune? Moe (voice of Hank Azaria) did, and he wants to re­claim the money that was scammed from him in “The Princess Guide.” He thinks the Nige­rian princess (voice of Yaya DaCosta, “Whit­ney”) be­ing guarded by Homer (voice of Dan Castel­lan­eta) can help. Joe Man­tegna reprises his voice role as Fat Tony. En­tre­pre­neur Richard Bran­son voices his an­i­mated like­ness.

4 Celebrity Fam­ily Feud 9 p.m. on (ABC-B) It’s surely a fam­ily af­fair as sib­lings Penny and Garry Mar­shall head a team in the first con­test of this new episode. The movie di­rec­tors and sev­eral rel­a­tives com­pete against Dr. Phil McGraw and his clan — in­clud­ing wife Robin, a sta­ple of his syn­di­cated weekday show. Then, “Glee” alum Kevin McHale leads fam­ily mem­bers against some of vet­eran com­edy ac­tor Fred Wil­lard’s, who’s been re­cur­ring lately on “Mod­ern Fam­ily.” Steve Har­vey is the host.

5 Jonathan Strange & Mr Nor­rell 10 p.m. on (M1) Mr. Nor­rell’s (Ed­die Marsan) mag­i­cal il­lu­sions mys­tify the French navy, win­ning him the sup­port of Sir Wal­ter Pole (Sa­muel West), but the ma­gi­cian’s spell to res­ur­rect Lady Pole (Alice En­glert) in­ad­ver­tently has re­leased a ma­lign faery spirit (Marc War­ren) known as The Gen­tle­man with the thistledown hair into Sir Wal­ter’s house­hold. Mean­while, Jonathan Strange (Ber­tie Carvel), his pow­ers grow­ing, comes to Lon­don hop­ing to ap­pren­tice with a de­cid­edly re­luc­tant Nor­rell in the new episode “How Is Lady Pole?.”

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