Tonight's top telly includes the final of The Masked Singer, more chat on The Tommy Tiernan Show, the last of the blind auditions on The Voice UK, and some cracking movies . . .

Pick of the Day

The Masked Singer: The Final, 7.30pm, Virgin Media One

Joel Dommett hosts the final of the daft but oddly entertaining singing contest in which the panel and the studio audience must guess the last three famous faces behind the elaborate costumes.

Regular panellists Rita Ora, Jonathan Ross, Davina McCall and Mo Gilligan are joined by last year's winner Nicola Roberts, while all 12 of this year's masked singers will be returning for a grand finale.

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The Tommy Tiernan Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

This show has been one of the tonics of the lockdown as Tommy continues to be a remarkably engaging host with his surprise guests. Who'll be in the other chair this week?

Last Saturday, former rugby international Brian O'Driscoll , who is married to actress/writer Amy Huberman, opened up about the pure joys of parenthood. 

"Kids don’t remember nice hotels or any of that stuff," O’Driscoll told Tiernan."They remember the friendships and the great times."

Here’s to another cracking bit of chat tonight.

The Voice UK, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Emma Willis hosts the final round of this year's blind auditions, with Anne-Marie joining the coaching panel alongside old hands Olly Murs, Tom Jones and Will.i.am.

The coaches will be judging tonight's contestants on their voice alone, listening out for that perfect performance that inspires them to spin their chairs and pick one more act for their team.

Perry and Croft: Made in Britain, 8.10pm, BBC Two

The celebration of legendary British comedy-writing duo David Croft and Jimmy Perry continues.

This week there's an examination of how their sitcoms chronicled the UK's class system in the 20th century, looking at its depiction in Dad's Army (above), It Ain't Half Hot Mum, Hi-de-Hi! and You Rang, M'Lord?

Saturday Night at the Movies

The Little Stranger, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Here’s a spot of horror, starring Domhnall Gleeson and directed by Lenny Abrahamson.

Set in the 1940s, a doctor is called to a house in Warwickshire he first visited as a boy, which has become home to a chilling secret that haunts the inhabitants.

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The Deer Hunter, 10.00pm, BBC Two

This is a classic Oscar-winning drama, starring Robert De Niro, Christopher Walken and Meryl Streep.

Co-written and directed by Michael Cimino - who went on to direct the magnificent Heaven’s Gate - it follows the lives of three American steelworkers and their families are torn apart by the Vietnam War.

Sliding Doors, 11.20pm, BBC One

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Looking for a date movie? You can’t really go wrong with this comedy drama, presenting two versions of a character's life, starring Gwyneth Paltrow and John Hannah.

The film alternates between two storylines, showing two paths the central character's life could take depending on whether or not she catches a train.

Mulholland Drive, 9.30pm, TG4

Typically, this David Lynch noir-ish drama divided opinion. Well, I think it’s great. So there.

A superb Naomi Watts and Justin Theorux star in a tale of an actress finds an amnesiac stranger in her room, and the pair set out to discover how she got there.

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My Left Foot, 11.50pm, RTÉ One

Here’s a late-night cracker if you fancy staying up well after midnight.

Starring an Oscar-winning Daniel Day-Lewis and Brenda Fricker, it’s a biopic of Dublin writer and artist Christy Brown, who had cerebral palsy and learned to write and draw with his . . . left foot.

Family Flick

Pete's Dragon, 7.05pm, RTÉ One

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This fantasy adventure, starring Bryce Dallas Howard, should keep all the gang entertained for the evening.

It’s all about a young boy orphaned by a car crash and left alone in a forest, who befriends a giant, fire-breathing dragon.

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