Here are some tips on what's worth watching on the box between Friday and Sunday . . . As ever, there's loads on offer.

Pick of the weekend

Britain's Got Talent, 9.30pm/7.15pm Saturday, Virgin Media One/UTV

The long-running talent show returns for a 13th season and the big talking-point is that it marks the return of Ant and Dec to the small screen following the former's drunken car accident.

Let's hope it's not unlucky 13 for the lads!

McPartlin is reported as being "the happiest he's been for a long time" as he returns to co-host the show with his buddy. Meanwhile, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams return as judges.

Once again, all the judges and Ant and Dec will have the chance to put one contestant straight through to the live semi-finals as their Golden Buzzer act, taking them one step closer to achieving their dream of being crowned the BGT winner.

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New or Returning Shows

The Graham Norton Show, 11.05pm Friday, BBC One/11.00pm Saturday, Virgin Media One

Back once again for another run, Graham's guests this week include American actors Sally Field and Bill Pullman, who are appearing together on stage in Arthur Miller's All My Sons.

Graham Norton

Have I Got News for You, 9.00pm Friday, BBC One

Although it hasn't been on the box for nearly six decades, tonight marks the start of the 57th season of the satirical news quiz, starting off with former Question Time chair David Dimbleby guest-hosting Paul Merton and Ian Hislop's look back at the week.

Ian Hislop and Paul Merton

Joe Lycett's Got Your Back, 8.30pm Friday, Channel 4

Comedian Joe Lycett, famed for his epic battles with petty officials and dodgy scammers, fights for the consumer rights of the Great British public in this new series.

Jamie's Quick and Easy Foods, 8.00pm Friday, Channel 4

In this opening episode, Jamie Oliver serves up super-fast peachy pork chops; peas, beans, chilli and mint; and berry meringue ripple - a ridiculously easy, emergency pud. And to top it all off, the fastest roast chicken ever - Jamie's harissa chicken traybake.

Jamie Oliver

Let's Talk About Sex, 10.00pm Friday, Channel 4

Danny Dyer explains the birds and the bees, along with Miriam Margolyes, Alastair Campbell, London Hughes and Ulrika Jonsson.

This new three-part series presents the most outrageous, astounding and unintentionally hilarious sex education videos for both parents and pupils to then offer their uncensored take.

Danny Dyer

Pilgrimage: Road to Rome, 7.30pm Saturday, BBC Two

Eight well known personalities, all with differing beliefs and faiths, put on backpacks and walking boots, and set out to cover the Italian section of the ancient 2,000km Via Francigena, which starts in Canterbury and finishes in Rome.

Actors Les Dennis and Lesley Joseph, professional dancer Brendan Cole, comedians Stephen K Amos and Katy Brand, Olympic long jump champion Greg Rutherford, Eurovision winner Dana and TV presenter Mehreen Baig will live as modern-day pilgrims as they head for the Eternal City.

Unstoppable: Sean Scully and the Art of Everything, 9.00pm Saturday, BBC Two

From Washington to St Petersburg and Mexico City to Berlin, the film travels with the abstract British painter Sean Scully to 15 different exhibition openings in the world’s most prestigious museums and galleries - a journey that culminates in a major show at the National Gallery in London's Trafalgar Square.

Follow the Money, 9.00pm Saturday, BBC Four

This Danish drama's set in the murky world of economic crime. In the opener, Nicky hears surprising news about his five-year-old son Milas, someone he hasn't seen for two years. Meanwhile, police officer Alf follows the money trail of Nicky's drug business.

Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets, 9.00pm Saturday, Sky Arts

After a long time on the fringes, Pulp found fame on the world stage in the mid-1990s with anthems including Common People and Disco 2000. 25 years and 10 million album sales later, they return to play in their home town of Sheffield.

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Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins for Stand Up to Cancer, 9.00pm Sunday, Channel 4

12 well-known faces embark on one of the toughest tests of their lives, to raise money for Stand Up To Cancer. They're living and surviving together in an unforgiving ex-military base, high in the Chilean Andes.

Florida: America's Animal Paradise: Natural World, 9.00pm Sunday, BBC Two

With the help of pioneering scientists, will Florida’s wildlife continue to weather the storm of a growing human population and a cast of animal invaders?

New to Download

Incredibles 2, from Saturday, Sky Cinema Premiere and NOW TV

The world’s most incredible family of superheroes are back in the custom lycra, and this time they’re being stretched to their limit.

Mrs Incredible (Holly Hunter) takes centre stage when she heads out on a secret mission to save her superhero comrades, leaving Mr Incredible (Craig T Nelson) to take on the day-to-day family struggles of homework, teenage mood swings, and baby Jack-Jack.

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Unicorn Store, from Friday, Netflix

Brie Larson stars in this Netflix movie as Kit, a twenty-something dreamer who receives an invitation that would fulfil her childhood dreams.

Our Planet, from Friday, Netflix

Exhilarating visuals and stunning footage of rarely-seen animals mix with somber truths about humanity's impact on the planet's habitats and species.

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Quicksand, from Friday, Netflix

After a tragedy at a school sends shock waves through a wealthy Stockholm suburb, a seemingly well-adjusted teen finds herself on trial for murder.

Chilling Adventures of Sabrina: Part 2, from Friday, Netflix

Sabrina starts exploring her darker side, curious to learn more about her heritage, while struggling to maintain her friendships in the mortal world.

Romantically, she's caught in an unholy love triangle with between sexy warlock Nicholas Scratch and salt-of-the-Earth mortal Harvey Kinkle.

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Ending this weekend

Marty & Bernard's Big Adventure, 9.30pm Sunday, RTÉ One

This week the lads decide to take on the world of True Survival. They decide to set themselves the task of surviving a night out in the wilds, just like Bear Grylls.

These two men can’t even erect a tent, so how are they going to survive out in the wilds with no food, shelter or heat, while facing the challenges that have been set for them?

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The Voice, 10.30pm Sunday, Virgin Media One/8.40pm, UTV

It’s the live final (well, if you're watching on UTV) as the four remaining singers battle it out to win a recording contract with Polydor Records.

Jennifer Hudson, Tom Jones, will.i.am and Olly Murs will be taking to the stage with their acts in some unmissable duets and a fantastic coaches performance.

Weekend movies

Lady Macbeth, 10.25pm Saturday, BBC Two

If you enjoyed The Favourite you should love this delightfully messed-up period drama that owes more to Julia Davis (the genius behind Hunderby) than the darling of Sunday nights on BBC One, Jane Austen.

In her breakout role, a superb Florence Pugh stars as a young woman forced into a loveless arranged marriage who embarks on an affair that brings out an extremely dark side.

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The Squid and the Whale, 10.35pm Saturday, TG4

Noah Baumach's drama - apparently based on his own experiences – follows a dysfunctional New York family of two boys and their estranged parents, played by the dynamic duo of Laura Linney and Jeff Daniels.

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Gone Girl, 11.00pm Sunday, BBC Two

A terrific adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name, Ben Affleck features as the implicated husband of a young wife, played by Rosalind Pike, who goes missing after their fifth wedding anniversary.

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Don't Miss

Ireland's Got Talent, 7.30pm Sunday, Virgin Media One

Just as one  '. . . Got Talent' lands, another one passes. This one, of course, is dedicated to the Emerald Isle and has been every bit as good as the UK original.

As the second season comes to an end, Louis Walsh, Michelle Visage, Jason Byrne and Denise Van Outen will all be eager to see their act come out on top. Lucy Kennedy, meanwhile, will be there with a shoulder to cry on for those who miss out.

The final will also feature  Lewis Capaldi, as well as last year's winners RDC, with singer Lyyra.

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Box Set Binge

Community, All4

Here are all six seasons of this quirky comic delight starring the likes of Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie and Donald Glover.

When the legitimacy of his college degree is challenged, lawyer Jeff Winger (McHale) must return to school where he finds himself leading a misfit coalition of fellow community college students.

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