Whether you're still nursing a hangover or have been up since the crack of dawn, there's no better way to pretend tomorrow doesn't exist than by sitting down in front of the box for a bit of top quality telly this evening.

From disadvantaged kids with a passion for fashion, to the man at the centre of the phone-hacking scandal, there's something for everyone in the schedules. You can enjoy two hours of top quality detective drama with a rather young Endeavour Morse over on UTV, and if you're a big theatre fan you may as well stick around to catch all the action from The Olivier Awards at 10.15pm.

As for us, well we've got our Sunday viewing planned well in advance as always. Here are our Top Three TV Picks:

3. Arsenal v Manchester United Sky Sports 1: 3.30pm
Imagine having to welcome your old pal home to the Emirates with a guard of honour? Sounds like it'd be great craic, and it probably would be too, if he wasn't playing for your mortal enemy. The Red Devils may already have the title in the bag, but that won't stop the Gunners from putting up a fight. They do want a top four finish after all.

2. The Voice of Ireland RTE One 6.30pm
Love it or loathe it, you can't avoid it. Sure don't we all want to see if Kelly Mongan will end up in labour mid song?

1. Love and Other Drugs
Channel 4 9.00pm
Jake Gyllenhaal
and Anne Hathaway team up for this RomCom that ain't really a RomCom. Love and Other Drugs is one tearjerker that could give The Notebook a run for its money. Expect flesh, and lots of it.

And if you're after a bit of nostalgia, stick around to to catch Dangerous Minds at 11.10pm. It's the Michelle Pfeiffer movie that gave us 'Gangster's Paradise'. Word.