If you're going no further than the sofa, here are some tips on what's worth watching on the box between Friday and Sunday. As ever, it's a busy one . . .

Pick of the Weekend

Oasis Night, from 9.00pm Saturday, Sky Arts & NOW TV

Oasis take centre stage on Saturday night, in a fascinating documentary and a momentous 1995 concert. Let's face it: it's some improvement on last week's Rush Night.

The evening starts with Dick Carruthers' documentary Oasis: There We Were, Now Here We Are, which charts the rise of the band from their early days in Manchester to spearheading the Britpop revolution, featuring journalists, friends, fans and fellow musicians including Burt Bacharach, Creation Records managing director Tim Abbott and the Gallagher brothers themselves.

Immediately after, Oasis: Live by the Sea presents the band's standout concert at Southend Cliffs Pavilion on April 17 1995, where they rocked the sell-out crowd with their hits that helped define the 1990s.

New or Returning Shows

Fake or Fortune, 9.00pm Sunday, BBC One

Can the team prove that a beautiful still life of a glass jug and pears is the work of celebrated British artist William Nicholson?

The investigation begins with viewer Lyn. A painting she owns recently suffered a seemingly fatal blow when it was rejected by the leading authority on William Nicholson and was left out of the official list of all his known works.

Lyn bought the paining in 2006 for £165,000, believing it to be a genuine Nicholson but now it's worth practically nothing, and this damning ruling has divided art world opinion.

Can Fiona Bruce and Philip Mould uncover enough new evidence to convince sceptics that this is a genuine Nicholson?

Dragons' Den, 8.00pm Sunday, BBC Two

Dragons' Den is back in business for its 16th run as Peter Jones, Deborah Meaden, Touker Suleyman, Jenny Campbell and Tej Lalvani take their seats to face a fresh batch of entrepreneurs hungry to strike a deal.

In this first show, the Dragons get hands on with a live anatomy dissection business, a musician with a singer-for-hire service, and a husband and wife team make a big entrance into the Den in a tuk tuk.

Mamma's Angel, 10.00pm Sunday, Channel 4

Walter Presents continues with what promises to be an atmospheric mystery thriller from Israel. After the premiere of episode one on Channel 4, the full series will be available, free to view or download, on All 4.

Mary from Dungloe, 7.15pm Saturday, TG4

Daniel O'Donnell hosts the annual festival from his native Donegal, with 14 women from Ireland and beyond competing for the title.

Match of the Day, 10.20pm Saturday, BBC One

Back for another season of English football, Gary Lineker is joined by Alan Shearer and Ian Wright to introduce highlights of today's six Premier League games, along with Friday night's curtain-raiser between Manchester United and Leicester.

Tottenham travel to Newcastle in one of the games of the day while Chelsea visit Huddersfield.

Sylvia Plath - Inside the Bell Jar, 9.00pm Saturday, BBC Two

This is the first documentary about Plath's classic semi-autobiographical novel. In the film Frieda Hughes talks about her mother in-depth for the first time on camera, and the filmmakers have unprecedented access to people who knew Sylvia Plath, many of whom are talking publicly for the first time.

Blending interviews, impressionistic reconstruction, unpublished letters and photographs - and a wealth of period archive that takes us back to the summer of 1953 - this film is the story of an age, a person and a unique novel.

Peng Life, 11.05pm Friday, Channel 4

The internet's sharpest restaurant critic, Elijah Quashie - AKA the Chicken Connoisseur - hosts a brand new review show that separates the street from the elite.

Joining Elijah are his twin mates Nelson and Wilson, and the trio hit the streets to test out some of the most deluxe experiences money can buy.

In this first episode, Elijah, Nelson and Wilson test out a Lamborghini Gallardo and Mazda MX5 to see which car has more bang for their buck.

Ending this Weekend

The Handmaid's Tale, 9.00pm Sunday, Channel 4

The second season of this dystopian tale concludes. It's been pretty grim going so far and the finale wouldn't be expected to be a kid's birthday party either.

All we can state is that Serena Joy and the other wives strive to make change; Emily learns more about her new Commander, and Offred (the outrageously impressive Elisabeth Moss) faces a difficult decision.

Travels in Trumpland with Ed Balls, 9.00pm Sunday, BBC Two

Rounding off Ed Balls' trip, his first stop tonight is literally US President Donald Trump's backyard: his very own private members club, Mar-a-Largo in Palm Beach, Florida. Here President Trump can be found playing golf most weekends.

To find out if ordinary working-class Americans believe that Trump is helping them get richer, Ed then travels to Dalton, Georgia, the former carpet capital of the world.

Here he meets factory mill workers Rik and Brodie, and tries his hand at hick hopping, a form of country rap music about the struggle in the Deep South, much to his new friends' amusement.

Nashville, 9.00pm Friday, Sky Witness

After six seasons it's the last-ever episode of this entertaining soapy drama about the lives of various singers, songwriters and record company folk involved in Nashville's country music scene.

So it's goodbye forever to Juliette Barnes, Scarlett O'Connor, Deacon Claybourne and the rest of the gang. Without giving anything away, the finale's set to feature a big reveal, a big return, a love triangle and a tense standoff.

Dicte: Crime Reporter, 9.00pm Friday, More 4

In the concluding episode of the Danish crime drama's third season, Dicte learns that she has a sister named Maj who lives in Aarhus, of all places.

Overcome with curiosity, and against advice, Dicte looks her up and, from the first time they meet, senses that Maj is hiding something.

With the help of the news crew and Nina, Dicte delves into Maj's secretive life, which turns out to be marred by stalking. But is everything as it seems?

My Family and the Galapagos, 8.00pm Saturday, Channel 4

In their last few weeks on The Galapagos, the Halls family investigate the fate of the shark and also get to know the marine iguana.

Monty takes Isla snorkelling with sharks, and joins a research expedition, travelling over 150 miles from human habitation to tag and photograph whale sharks.

New to Download

Insatiable, from Friday, Netflix

Debby Ryan and Dallas Roberts star in this new dramedy which has already generated controversy as over 100,000 people signed an online petition calling for Netflix to cancel Insatiable, accusing it of fat-shaming.

Ryan plays Patty, a bullied teenager who becomes a beautiful and popular girl to exact her revenge. She is helped by Bob (Roberts), a disgraced and dissatisfied civil lawyer.

La Casa de las Flores, From Friday, Netflix

In this dark Spanish-language comedy, a wealthy matriarch tries to maintain her family's facade of perfection after her husband's mistress exposes their dirty secrets.

Don't Miss

Blue Planet, 6.30pm Sunday, RTÉ One

Here's a welcome opportunity to catch one of the greatest TV spectaculars the BBC and David Attenborough have ever achieved.

Using cutting-edge technology, One Ocean takes viewers on a spectacularly visual journey from the intense heat of the tropics to our planet's frozen poles to reveal new worlds and extraordinary never-before-seen animal behaviours.

Weekend Movies

Kingsman: The Golden Circle, From Friday, Sky Cinema

Matthew Vaughn's outlandish spy caper gets an OTT sequel as Taron Egerton returns as street kid-turned-suave secret agent Eggsy.

This time he, Merlin (Mark Strong) and former mentor Harry (Colin Firth) - apparently not dead after all - are up against a 50s-obsessed psychopath (Julianne Moore) who's spiked the world's drug supply with a deadly toxin.

Thankfully there's help at hand from Kingsman's US-based affiliate Statesman, so say hello to starry support from the likes of Halle Berry, Channing Tatum and Jeff Bridges.

Jaws, 11.00pm Saturday, RTÉ2

Here's the 1975 film that changed Hollywood, igniting the career of now-legendary director Steven Spielberg and based on Peter Benchley's 1974 novel of the same name.

Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw and Richard Dreyfuss are all outshone by the shark that terrorises Amity Island, a fictional New England summer resort town.

Box Set Binge

Succession, Sky Atlantic & NOW TV

Succession is currently airing on Thursdays on Sky Atlantic - next week's is episode three - with all ten episodes from the opening season available on demand.

Brian Cox heads a wonderful cast in this King Lear-like drama about a fictional, dysfunctional American global-media family. It was created by Jesse Armstrong, of The Thick of It fame.

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