Check out RTÉ TEN's top TV picks for Saturday February 2.

Take Me Out, 8.30pm, UTV
Paddy McGuinness pulls out all the stops to wow his 30 girls tonight - but will he be able to land them their dream fella? Tonight’s brave bachelors include Gavin, a guitar teacher from Huddersfield; Stuart, a 999 call operative from Bristol; Sen, a choir leader from London; and Russell, a butcher from Belfast. Plus all the latest dating news from the Isle of Fernando’s.

RTÉ Six Nations, 12.30pm, RTÉ Two
RTÉ Two live coverage from Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium. The Welsh opened the 2012 campaign with victory over Ireland in Dublin before going on to complete their third Grand Slam in seven years. But since then they have lost their Test series in Australia 3-0, before suffering four defeats in the Autumn Internationals series, and they also lost to Samoa. Declan Kidney's, Jamie Heaslip-captained side will be looking to build on the promise they showed last time out with our 46-24 victory over Argentina in November. Tom McGurk is your presenter with panellists George Hook, Brent Pope and Shane Horgan. Kick-off 1.30pm.

Jamie Heaslip

Borgen, 9.00pm, BBC Four
The Prime Minister's daughter's health is deteriorating and her psychiatrist suggests admitting her to a private psychiatric hospital to avoid long waiting lists. However, as part of the government's major reform package, Birgitte's government is removing the tax advantages of private health insurance, so Birgitte must pay for the treatment herself, rather than through Philip's health insurance. During Laura's illness, Birgitte and ex-husband Philip have grown closer to each other, despite the fact that he is still with Cecilie. Double episode as always.