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RTÉ TEN's TV Picks for February 19

1 of 1 Ellie Goulding guests on the BRITS
Ellie Goulding guests on the BRITS

The BRIT Awards 2014 (8.00pm ITV) sees David Bowie nominated 30 years after winning his first BRIT award - will he win, and if so, will he be there? Performances promised from Arctic Monkeys, Bastille, Rudimental, Bruno Mars, Disclosure, Ellie Goulding and more. There's a new run of Justified (11.30pm TG4) based on the fiction of Elmore Leonard, and Champions League Live  (7.30pm RTÉ Two) sees Bayern Munich up against Arsenal.

The BRIT Awards 2014, 8.00pm ITV

Performances are promised from Arctic Monkeys (pictured), Bastille, Rudimental, Bruno Mars, Disclosure, Ellie Goulding, Lorde and Katy Perry. Electronic music duo Disclosure and four piece rock band Bastille appear in four different categories. Both their respective debut albums reached Number 1 on the UK chart and received critical acclaim in America. Meanwhile, David Bowie is nominated 30 years after winning his first BRIT award. James Corden is your host.

Justified, 11.30pm TG4

New run of the cracking series based on the fiction of Elmore Leonard. In Lexington, Raylan is teamed with Rachel Brooks to find Jimmy Earl Dean, a paroled sex offender whom Walt McCready suspects is harassing his fourteen-year-old daughter, Loretta. But after Loretta cleverly eludes Dean, the news that his daughter’s tormentor is working for a marijuana operation headed up by the powerful Bennett family makes Walt suddenly reluctant to cooperate with the marshals.

Champions League Live, 7.30pm RTÉ Two

Bill O’Herlihy presents live coverage of  Arsenal v Bayern Munich in their Round of 16, first Leg tie. Commentary from George Hamilton and Ronnie Whelan. (kick off at 7.45pm). The programme also includes highlights of AC Milan v Atlético Madrid. Available in High Definition on RTÉ Two HD.

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