24 top telly tips, including the return of Britain's Got Talent, Simply Red star Mick Hucknall meeting Mrs Browne - and there’s a massive amount of great movies to watch this Easter Saturday . . .

Pick of the Day

All Round to Mrs Brown’s, 9.30pm, RTÉ One/9.15pm, BBC One

It’s the fourth episode of the latest run of Agnes Brown’s potty-mouthed chat show, and here she and the family are joined by former football manager and I'm A Celebrity winner Harry Redknapp.

'Arry’s always game for a laugh, and also on the sofa are BBC Radio 1 presenter Maya Jama, and legendary singer Mick Hucknall, who also performs live later in the programme with his band, Simply Red.

Don't Miss

The Tommy Tiernan Show, 10.35pm, RTÉ One

There’s always something to take away from this improvised chat show in which neither the presenter nor the studio audience are told the identity of the guests in advance.

With the comedian in the dark about who he will be interviewing until they walk out to greet him, anything can happen - especially if Tommy doesn't have a clue who they are.

Gavin & Stacey, 8.45pm, BBC One

The second episode into this welcome re-run and the couple have their first lovers' tiff. Gavin is so beside himself with worry he drives all the way to Barry Island to resolve things.

Stacey finally agrees to return to Billericay with him, prompting his proud mum Pamela to set about cleaning the house from top to bottom.

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New or Returning Shows

Britain's Got Talent, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

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Ant and Dec host the 14th season of the glitzy talent search show, which sees a wide variety of acts compete for the chance to win a huge cash prize and a slot at the Royal Variety Performance.

Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams make up the judging panel, looking for performers worthy of the Golden Buzzer and a slot in the semi-finals.

Easter

Easter Vigil Mass, 10.00pm, RTÉ 2

Easter’s a major event in the Christian calendar, and here Bishop Tom Deenihan celebrates the resurrection of Christ, with a vigil Mass in the Cathedral of Christ the King, Mullingar.

Beginning with the lighting of the Paschal candle, the liturgy, which signifies the triumph of light over darkness and of life over death, is likely to have particular poignancy in the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Easter from King’s, 7.00pm, BBC Two

Music and readings for Holy Week and Easter from the Chapel of King's College, Cambridge.

The world-famous choir sing some of the best-loved choral music for the season and the story of Jesus's death and resurrection is told by members of King's College, from the Bible and poems written by Patrick Carey and Malcolm Guite.

New to Download

Spider-Man: Far From Home, Sky Cinema Premiere & NOW TV

Your friendly neighbourhood Spider-man goes on tour in this latest outing in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

With the world recovering from the events of Avengers: Endgame, Peter Parker (Tom Holland) wants to get back to being a normal kid, go on a European school trip with his classmates and finally ask classmate MJ (Zendaya) out on a date.

But when a series of mysterious elemental attacks take place across Europe, Peter and his alter-ego are dragged into action alongside super-powered newcomer Quentin Beck (Jake Gyllenhaal).

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Music Repeats of the Day

What a Performance! Pioneers of Popular Entertainment, 10.30pm, BBC Four

If you’ve any interest in the history of the business called show, this is a must-see documentary series that’s as entertaining as it is informative.

Comedian Frank Skinner (below) and broadcaster Suzy Klein celebrate the history of live entertainment, beginning by exploring the origins of music hall in the 19th century.

Indie & Beyond with Shaun Ryder & Alan McGee, 12.30am, BBC Four

If you’re having a late one and fancy the company of Shaun Ryder and Alan McGee, this is pretty much essential viewing.

In Episode 4 of this series, the Happy Mondays frontman and Creation Records boss reveal a selection of their all-time favourite tracks.

Amid the eclectic tunes, Shaun also discovers his lost Tops of the Pops appearance and Alan declares an alternative Scottish national anthem.

Theirs is a blistering playlist of indie, punk and ska classics from Buzzcocks to the Specials, Junior Murvin to Marc Bolan, Orange Juice to Underworld and many more.

Pat Shortt's Music from D’Telly, 8.30pm, RTÉ One

Featuring archive performances by John Martyn, Paddy Reilly, Emmylou Harris, Eleanor McEvoy and Mary Black, plus a 1960s report on the perils of underage dancing in Limerick.

Shania Twain: Still the One - Live in Las Vegas, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

The Canadian country singer performs hits including I'm Gonna Getcha Good!, That Don't Impress Me Much and You're Still the One in a concert filmed during her residency at the Colosseum in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas.

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Daytime Film Choices

The Greatest Story Ever Told, 12 noon, BBC Two

Classic Biblical drama, starring Max von Sydow, David McCallum, Telly Savalas, Charlton Heston, Angela Lansbury and Sidney Poitier, plus several cameos including John Wayne.

The life of Jesus, from His lowly birth in Bethlehem and the miracles He performed, to His ultimate betrayal at the hands of disciple Judas Iscariot and His death by crucifixion.

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Half a Sixpence, 3.05pm, BBC Two

Energetic period musical based on HG Wells' Kipps, starring Tommy Steele, Julia Foster, Cyril Ritchard and Penelope Horner.

Steele plays a humble draper's assistant in Edwardian London unexpectedly inherits a fortune from his grandfather, and starts to drift away from his old friends in favour of high-society swells.

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Black Beauty, 3.25pm, RTÉ 2

Family drama based on Anna Sewell's much-loved novel, starring Sean Bean, David Thewlis, Jim Carter and Eleanor Bron, with Alan Cumming providing the voice of the horse.

A stallion recalls the events of his life and a succession of good and bad owners. His carefree youth on a country estate is brought to an end by a stable fire, and he ends up enduring a hard life pulling a hackney cab in Victorian London.

Clueless, 6.30pm, Comedy Central

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I must have seen this 20 times and it never fails to brighten up my day.

Inspired by Jane Austen's Emma, this teen dramedy stars Alicia Silverstone (who is fantastic), Stacey Dash, Brittany Murphy and Paul Rudd.

Silverstone plays Cher, a rich high-school student who uses all her charm and financial clout to boost an awkward new pupil's image, but soon finds that she has created a monster - while her own popularity suffers in the process.

Prime Time Movie Picks

Star Trek, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Eric Bana, Zoe Saldana and Leonard Nimoy star in the JJ Abrams reboot of Gene Roddenberry’s classic sci-fi classic.

The trainee crew members of the starship Enterprise embark on their maiden flight, which pits them against a Romulan commander from the future who is planning a horrific revenge on those he blames for a tragedy in his own time.

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Victoria & Abdul, 9.15pm, BBC Two

Judi Dench stars as the British monarch as Adbul Karim is whisked from his clerk's job in India to present a ceremonial coin to Queen Victoria for her golden jubilee.

Tired of her fawning courtiers, she takes a liking to the young man and promotes him to become her Munshi, or spiritual teacher - much to the resentment of her family and household.

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Sausage Party, 10.00pm, Comedy Central

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Adult animation featuring the voices of Seth Rogen and Kristen Wiig, which is very passable for Saturday night viewing.

When he hears life after the supermarket isn't much fun for groceries, Frank the sausage investigates.

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, 6.25pm, BBC One

Harrison Ford returns as the intrepid archaeologist who, with his young sidekick and a nightclub singer in tow, finds himself stranded in India.

Naturally, he takes on a mission to recover magical sacred stones from the hands of an evil cult engaged in human sacrifice and child slavery.

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Late Late Flick Picks

Quadrophenia, 12.55am, Film4

Phil Daniels, Leslie Ash, Sting and Ray Winstone star in this Mod drama based on the album by The Who.

Daniels is a teenager in 1960s' London unhappy with his lot in life, but believes he has found a place to belong in the mod subculture. It all builds up to pivotal trip to Brighton.

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The Breakfast Club, 12.15am, Sky Cinema Drama

John Hughes’ teen drama classic about five teenagers who occupy different areas of their school's social structure are thrown together for a Saturday morning detention.

The great cast includes Emilio Estevez, Judd Nelson, Molly Ringwald, Anthony Michael Hall, Ally Sheedy and Paul Gleason.

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Fury, 12.10am, Sky Cinema Hits

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In this pretty raw WWII drama, Brad Pitt plays a veteran American sergeant leads a tank crew on one final dangerous mission in the last months of the Second World War.

The assignment takes the soldiers behind enemy lines and into battle with overwhelming enemy forces, while the presence of an inexperienced new recruit in the team raises tension.

Goodfellas, 11.35pm, RTÉ One

Perhaps Martin Scorsese's finest crime drama, which stars Ray Liotta, Robert De Niro and an Oscar-winning Joe Pesci.

An Irish-Italian boy from a poor neighbourhood grows up idolising the glamorous lifestyle of the Mafia.

Taken under the wing of a mobster, he rises quickly in the world of organised crime.

But he soon has to face the realities of murder and treachery, while his involvement in drug deals puts him at risk from both sides of the law.

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Clouds of Sils Maria, 11.00pm, BBC Two

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Juliette Binoche, Kristen Stewart and Chloe Grace Moretz star in a zeitgeisty drama about a famous actress prepares to star in a new production of the play that made her career.

This time around she’s in a supporting part, with the lead role now played by a scandalous Hollywood star.

She and her assistant head to a cottage in the Swiss mountains to prepare, which leads her to reflect on the harsh truths about how her life has changed.

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