Bar BGT, it's largely a retro day on TV as repeats and great movies dominate the schedules, ranging from Take That to Mrs Brown, Gavin and Stacey to Louis Theroux - and stacks of celluloid for all sorts . . .

Pick of the Day

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

As usual, Ant and Dec host the talent search as all sorts compete for the chance to win a big stack of cash and a slot at the annual Royal Variety Performance.

Judges Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams cast a cold eye over this week's wannabes, and each of them has the chance to put one act through to the live semi-finals by awarding them the Golden Buzzer.

You just never know what kind of headers might turn up!

Don't Miss

Take That Live: Wonderland, 5.55pm, Sky One

A concert filmed at the O2 Arena in London, which was part of the band's 2017 tour in support of their eighth studio album Wonderland.

Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Gary Barlow played several nights at the venue, perfoming much-loved hits such as Relight My Fire, Patience, Pray, The Flood, and How Deep Is Your Love?

Louis Theroux: Gambling in Las Vegas, 9.00pm, W

The po-faced presenter takes a trip to Nevada, staying in Sin City's Hilton hotel - which played host to Elvis Presley for 800 consecutive shows and now regularly acts as a venue for packed-out concerts by Barry Manilow.

Among the high-rollers he meets is an elderly woman who lost $4million over the course of 10 years. Then it’s time for him to experience a long night on the blackjack table and learn how to play baccarat.

Gavin & Stacey, 7.00pm, Gold

Season two of this classic sitcom begins with the newlyweds returning from their honeymoon to a big welcome from both their families.

But Smithy seems disconcerted by his pal's return and Nessa makes a confession that spoils the happy occasion. Comedy, starring Mathew Horne, James Corden and Joanna Page.

Followed by episode two and three. Which is nice.

Finding Dory, 6.20pm, BBC One

Sequels don’t come too much better than this slice of animated magic from Pixar.

When Dory suddenly remembers her parents, it triggers a voyage across the ocean to find them. The only things she can recall are a place-name and that she misses them, but she is determined.

Marlin and Nemo accompany her, even though Marlin has had enough of crossing the ocean to find people he loves, because Dory is family.

Mrs Brown's Boys, 9.30pm, BBC One

Love it or not, this remains one of the most popular TV shows both here Ireland and in the UK.

In this repeat from season two, Agnes goes on a diet after her family's comments about her weight, but soon realises how difficult it will be to lay off the fish and chips.

Cathy's new partner seems more interested in her mother when he visits the Brown household, and Rory has a professional dilemma after he discovers illegal drugs at work.

New to Download

Dynasty: Season 3, Netflix

The modern-day reboot of the iconic soap that follows two of America's wealthiest families returns for a third run.

Ending Today

State of Happiness, 9.00pm, BBC Four

The Norwegian drama concludes with another double episode.

First up, Mayor Rettedal uses unorthodox methods to try and get Stavanger elected as the oil capital of Norway, while Anna does something she regrets at a party at the Esso Motor Hotel.

Later, it’s time for the parliament to vote on which city is to become the oil capital, and everyone in town is eager to hear the result.

Daytime Film Choices

Citizen Kane, 3.15pm, BBC Two

Here you go: the greatest film ever made.

Orson Welles’ outrageously innovative and utterly compelling directorial debut sees him star as the central figure, fictitious newspaper magnate Charles Foster Kane.

After the death of an influential newspaper magnate, an inquisitive journalist begins piecing together the details of his life.

As the story develops, it reveals an epic tale of ambition and conflict - all the while trying to discover the meaning behind the millionaire's enigmatic last word: Rosebud.

Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, 2.15pm, Sky Cinema Hits

Here’s the film that first brought JK Rowling’s much-loved books to the big screen.

Daniel Radcliffe stars as an orphaned boy endures a miserable childhood, until he discovers he has magical powers and enrols at a special school for young wizards.

But his suspicions are aroused by a sinister teacher who seems to be up to no good.

Queen of Katwe, 3.20pm,  RTÉ One

This drama, starring David Oyelowo, Lupita Nyong'o and Madina Nalwanga, tells the life story of a poor Ugandan youngster is changed for ever when she is introduced to the game of chess.

Family Flick

Sing, 7.05pm, RTÉ One

Animation, with the voices of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane and Scarlett Johansson, about a theatre-owning koala sets up a singing competition in a last-ditch bid to stay afloat.

Prime Time Movie Picks

Baby Driver, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Edgar Wright's music-themed action thriller, starring Ansel Elgort, Kevin Spacey and Jon Hamm.

After being coerced into working for a crime boss, a young getaway driver with tinnitus takes part in a heist doomed to fail.

How to Be Single, 9.35pm, RTÉ 2

Comedy, starring Dakota Johnson, Rebel Wilson, Alison Brie and Leslie Mann.

A woman, who has rarely been without a boyfriend, moves to New York following a break-up with her latest beau. She makes a fun-loving new friend, who introduces her to the city's nightlife and teaches her to enjoy the advantages of being single.

I Love You Phillip Morris, 10.05pm, TG4

Fact-based romantic comedy drama, with Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor.

A gay conman keeps his criminal career and his sexuality a secret from his family, until he ends up in prison for fraud.

While serving his sentence, he falls madly in love with a fellow convict and becomes determined to secure their future together.

Pitch Perfect 3, 9.20pm, Channel 4

Comedy sequel, starring Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson and Brittany Snow.

Following their win at the world championship, the now-separated Bellas reunite for one last singing competition at an overseas USO tour, but face a group who uses both instruments and voices.

Late Late Flick Picks

Educating Rita, 10.35pm, BBC Four

Comedy drama based on Willy Russell's stage play, starring Michael Caine and Julie Walters.

A Liverpool hairdresser unhappy with her marriage and her lot in life enrols on an Open University course hoping to expand her horizons.

The lively pupil provides some much-needed inspiration for her boozy, world-weary tutor, but over time, he begins to question whether his influence is entirely positive.

Django Unchained, 10.40pm, Sky Cinema Action

Quentin Tarantino's Oscar-winning Western, starring Jamie Foxx, Christoph Waltz, Leonardo DiCaprio and Samuel L Jackson.

A slave named Django is tracked down by eccentric German bounty hunter Dr King Schultz, who offers him his freedom in exchange for help bringing three criminals to justice.

The unlikely allies continue their partnership after the job is done, and fight to rescue Django's wife from a sadistic plantation owner.

Slumdog Millionaire, 11.15pm, Channel 4

Danny Boyle's Oscar-winning drama, starring Dev Patel and Freida Pinto.

An uneducated teenager from the Mumbai slums is only one question away from winning a quiz show, but the authorities are reluctant to believe a youngster from a humble background could succeed without cheating.

Under questioning, he tells a police inspector the eventful story of his life - and how he came to know so much.

The Age of Shadows, 12.45am, BBC Two

Period thriller, starring Yoo Gong and Kang-ho Song, set in Japanese-occupied Seoul in the 1920s, when the police try to infiltrate the Korean resistance as they plan an attack.

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