Tonight's top telly tips include the return of Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, Tommy Tiernan (of course!), The Wall Versus Celebrities and some cracking movies . . .

Pick of the Day

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway, 7.00pm, Virgin Media One

One of the slickest shows on TV pre-lockdown, Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway offers an ideal Saturday evening watch - but the lack of an up-for-it audience is diminishing it as an uplifting experience.

Still, Ant and Dec are consummate pros, so there’s still lots of fun to be had here.

The dynamic duo present a special mystery edition of their entertainment show, in which they attempt to unmask a criminal mastermind kidnapping members of the British aristocracy.

With the likes of Gary Barlow (below), Stephen Mulhern, Fleur East, Harry and Jamie Redknapp all joining them in this season-opener, it is set to be one hell of a show.

Don't Miss

The Tommy Tiernan Show, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

You know the drill by now. Enjoy!

Mind you, it’ll take some doing for this week’s show to outdo last week’s, as Marian Keyes was both hugely entertaining and rawly honest.

Just makes us love her more, really.

New or Returning Shows

Celebrity Mastermind, 5.35pm, BBC One

Back after a week off, John Humphrys (below) returns to ask the questions as four famous faces brave the black chair in the classic quiz where celebrities donate to their chosen charities.

Impressionist Jon Culshaw, Richie Anderson from BBC Radio 2, broadcaster Rachel Johnson and actor Denis Lawson answer questions on Doctor Who, The Saturdays, The Laconia incident and Miles Davis.

The Wall Versus Celebrities, 6.40pm, BBC One

Danny Dyer hosts this special celebrity edition of the game show.

Contestants include football legend John Barnes and football pundit Chris Kamara teaming up to win as much cash as possible for their chosen charities.

But their chances rest on the unpredictability of the Wall and their unflinching trust in one another.

New to Stream

Classmates Minus, Netflix

The plight of middle-aged men is told through the individual yet intertwined stories of four high school classmates dealing with personal struggles.

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Saturday Night at the Movies

Mission: Impossible - Fallout, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Action thriller sequel in this slick and pulsating franchise, starring Tom Cruise and featuring former Superman Henry Cavill.

This time around, The Cruiser’s Ethan Hunt, the IMF team and a CIA assassin (Cavill) try to prevent a disaster caused by a group of terrorists.

Worth watching just for the helicopter fight scene.

Everest, 9.40pm, RTÉ2

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This fact-based adventure, starring Jason Clarke and Josh Brolin, will certainly put you off adding an Everest climb to your post-lockdown bucket list.

Read our review of Everest. 

It’s the tale of two expeditions climb the mountain, only to get caught in one of the fiercest snowstorms ever recorded.

Broken Flowers, 11.30pm, TG4

This quirky comedy drama, starring Bill Murray and Jeffrey Wright, is well worth a look.

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The ever-reliable Murray is in great form as a womaniser who learns that he might have a teenage son, so he tracks down his old girlfriends to find out which of them is the mother.

Stronger, 11.25pm, BBC One

Need a bit of uplifting drama that isn’t cliche-ridden? Look no further than this movie, based on a true story, and starring Jake Gyllenhaal.

It tells the story of how a man's life changes radically after he is seriously injured in the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombings.

Family Flick

Tomorrowland: a World Beyond, 4.00pm, BBC Two

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Not for the very young, this is a pretty impressive fantasy adventure, starring George Clooney, Britt Robertson and Hugh Laurie.

A boy genius in the 1960s finds his way into a spectacular futuristic metropolis while attempting to promote his idea for a jetpack.

Decades later, he’s a disillusioned adult, but a girl with the talent and enthusiasm he lost also finds her way into this strange new world, and together they attempt to uncover its secrets.

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