Tonight's top telly tips include Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, The Tommy Tiernan Show, Bill Withers, Billy Connolly and some cracking movies . . .

Pick of the Day

Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway, 7.30pm, Virgin Media One

Last week’s otherwise excellent opener was blighted by audio problems that will hopefully be resolved by tonight.

This week, the lads are joined by Andi Peters for another helping of Takeaway, with big surprises, live games and musical performances, and Gordon Ramsay (below) in the Star Guest announcer booth.

The Pandas Bam and Boo make a return to the show after their popular debut in the previous season, and this time they are trying to make their escape from a teddy bear's picnic display in Hamleys.

Ant and Dec also embark on a brand-new adventure in clones-gone-rogue comedy serial Double Trouble.

Don't Miss

The Tommy Tiernan Show, 9.50pm, RTÉ One

Here’s more of what we’ve gotten used to: Tommy T in top form. We're spoiled rotten by this show, especially since staying in on a Saturday night in front of the telly became pretty much the only thing to do.

Fans will be delighted that the show has been extended by another six weeks, as tonight's show would otherwise have been the final one in this run.

Billy Connolly: Made in Scotland, 9.00pm, BBC Two

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Here's another chance to see this superb, two-part documentary following the acclaimed comedian, actor and musician, as he returns to the country of his birth.

There, he reveals the influences and motivations that helped him move on from being a welder in Glasgow to become `The Big Yin’.

The programme features deeply personal interviews with Billy himself, alongside contributions from some of the greatest names in comedy and popular culture, who talk about Connolly's lasting influence.

The second part follows at 10pm, and the series features contributions by friends, fans and colleagues including Eddie Izzard, Ross Noble, Micky Flanagan, AL Kennedy, Tracey Ullman, Val McDermid, Sharleen Spiteri and Eddi Reader.

The Great Songwriters, 8.00pm, Sky Arts

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The late, great Bill Withers, who wrote his Grammy Award-winning breakthrough single Ain't No Sunshine in 1971, discusses the pain of creation, and why he gave up recording and performing.

Worth watching just for Lean on Me, really, but he rarely put a foot wrong in terms of composition.

New or Returning Shows

Man in Room 301, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Here's a new Finnish psychological thriller, starring Antti Virmavirta. In Finnish, naturally, with subtitles.

Twelve years after the death of his grandson, Risto Kurtti receives a mysterious letter at his home in Helsinki.

Convinced that Leo is Elias Leppo, Risto panics when he learns that his grandson Kalle has gone climbing with him. Unsure about Risto's theory, Eeva calls Seppo to try to find out if Elias is still in Finland.

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Ending Tonight

Perry and Croft: Made in Britain, 7.00pm, BBC Two

It’s the concluding episode of the documentary celebrating the work of comic writing duo David Croft and Jimmy Perry.

It examines how Dad's Army, It Ain't Half Hot Mum, Hi-de-Hi! and You Rang, M'Lord? all encapsulated the end of an era, reflecting old ideas as they faded while a new British identity was being forged.

Saturday Night at the Movies

Star Trek Beyond, 9.00pm, Channel 4

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Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and Idris Elba star in this 2016 tale from the long and largely excellent Star Trek franchise.

The USS Enterprise sets out on a rescue mission which turns out to be a deadly trap set by a mysterious warlord.

The crew are left stranded on an unexplored planet, and join forces with a fugitive alien scavenger to find a way off the hostile world and prevent a terrible weapon being unleashed upon the galaxy.

Preceded at 6.30pm by its predecessor, 2013’s Star Trek into Darkness, which is well worth a watch too.

Boogie Nights, 9.30pm, TG4

Mark Wahlberg and Burt Reynolds star in this 1997 drama written and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Wahlberg plays high-school dropout Eddie Adams, who lands a job with a director in the porn industry under the pseudonym of Dirk Diggler - but discovers that fame comes at a price.

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Apocalypse Now: The Final Cut, 11.00pm, BBC Two

Extended version of Francis Ford Coppola's acclaimed Vietnam War drama - re-edited in 2019 by the director himself to mark the film's 40th anniversary.

Starring Martin Sheen, Marlon Brando and Robert Duvall, it’s about a US army captain sent on a top-secret mission into Cambodia, to find and assassinate a renegade colonel gone insane and worshipped by his followers.

But as his patrol boat journeys further upriver, the conflict and disarray surrounding him becomes increasingly disturbing and nightmarish.

Family Flick

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, 5.20pm, Sky Cinema Select

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This is my favourite Harry Potter film. Can’t believe it’s nearly 20 years old!

The third in the fantasy series, it stars Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, Rupert Grint, Gary Oldman, David Thewlis, Michael Gambon, Robbie Coltrane and Alan Rickman.

The teenage wizard Harry Potter is alarmed to learn a dangerous fugitive sorcerer is searching for him.

Meanwhile, a new teacher at Hogwarts helps the bespectacled youngster to protect himself from the school's soul-sucking security guards.

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