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Up (2009) U 5.20PM, RTÉ ONE Pixar’s most heart-wrench­ing movie to date fol­lows an old man (above, voiced by Ed As­ner) who at­taches bal­loons to his house so he can ful­fil his late wife’s dream of trav­el­ling to South Amer­ica. How­ever, he later dis­cov­ers a stow­away…

Carol (2015) (15) 9PM , C4 Pre­miere. Two women from dif­fer­ent back­grounds fall in love in 1950s New York, but have to keep their re­la­tion­ship a se­cret. Ro­man­tic drama, star­ring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara.

Cal­vary (2014) (15) 9.30PM , BBC2 A priest tries to put his com­mu­nity’s af­fairs in or­der as he waits for a meet­ing with a man who has vowed to kill him. Drama, star­ring Bren­dan Glee­son (above).

Obliv­ion (2013) 12 9.15PM, RTÉ2 Sci-fi thriller, star­ring Tom Cruise as a re­pair man who his sent to sal­vage re­sources from Earth, which was aban­doned fol­low­ing a war with an alien race. Dur­ing his mis­sion, he dis­cov­ers a threat to the whole hu­man race.

The Foun­tain (2006) 12 11.25PM, TG4 Hugh Jack­man and Rachel Weisz (above) take mul­ti­ple roles in di­rec­tor Dar­ren Aronof­sky’s mind-bend­ing ro­man­tic sci-fi drama. The plot strands in­clude the tale of a con­quis­ta­dor on a mis­sion to find the foun­tain of youth.

Waverid­ers (2008) (PG) 12.25AM , RTÉ 2 )))) Doc­u­men­tary track­ing Ire­land’s pi­o­neer­ing roots in mod­ern-day surf­ing and the coun­try’s emer­gence as one of the world’s top des­ti­na­tions for the sport. Nar­rated by Cil­lian Mur­phy, while Joel Conroy di­rects.

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