Tonight TV tips include Paloma Faith: As I Am, Tommy Tiernan, World Cup qualifiers, the return of legal drama Keeping Faith, Dave Grohl and some cracking movies . . .

Pick of the Day

Paloma Faith: As I Am, 9.30pm, BBC Two

Documentary following the singer-songwriter as she balances the demands of a make-or-break tour with writing a new album, launching an acting career and being a first-time mammy.

The film observes Paloma's life both front and backstage in the midst of this pivotal year for her career, and sees her pitted against a music industry that does not always look too kindly on motherhood.

Don't Miss

The Tommy Tiernan Show, 9.35pm,RTÉ One

Enjoy! No matter who's in, Tommy's always on.

European Qualifiers World Cup 2022, 7.00pm, RTÉ2

It's Ireland v Luxembourg (Kick-off 7.45pm) and Darragh Maloney presents live coverage of the Group A encounter at Aviva Stadium.

Stephen Kenny has found wins (and a full-strength side) hard to come by, but will be expecting his side to claim a win this evening - which makes it a major potential banana skin.

This is the first meeting between the sides since 1987, when Ireland prevailed 2-1 at home and 2-0 away. Those results are close enough not to take this game for granted.

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

Alesha Dixon is on Star Guest Announcer duties, Ant and Dec are in hot water in the penultimate episode of comedy serial Double Trouble, and McFly are live in the studio for a spectacular End of the Show Show.

Plus, the Takeaway Rainbow will light up the skies once again somewhere in the UK, and another lucky player gets the chance to Win the Ads.

Catchphrase Celebrity Special, 8.30pm, Virgin Media One

Stephen Mulhern (above) hosts a celebrity special of the classic game show, with Larry Lamb, Sam Quek and Scarlett Moffatt all trying to guess the familiar phrases in the animated clues.

If they can  say what they see, they could get the chance to win a £50,000 jackpot for their chosen charity.

New or Returning Shows

Keeping Faith, 9.00pm, BBC One

After two seasons on the fringes of BBC One’s prime time scheduling, this Welsh legal drama starring Eve Myles as solicitor Faith Howells gets its chance in the spotlight.

An unwanted visitor returns, set to threaten Faith's future, while the custody battle goes from bad to worse as Evan fights to be granted shared custody.

Faith's new law firm is now firmly established, but she is already finding herself at loggerheads with an esteemed local judge.

The team's latest clients are the parents of a boy with a brain tumour, who wish to overrule the local hospital trust and seek out a controversial new treatment.

Here's Eve Myles on the story so far:

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Reel Stories: Dave Grohl, 10.30pm, BBC Two

The Foo Fighters front man and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl (below) joins host Dermot O'Leary to look back on his career.

The highlights will stretch from his first TV performance with Nirvana at the tender age of 22, right through to headlining Reading and Leeds Festival with Foo Fighters in 2019.

Saturday Night at the Movies

Passengers, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Here's a sci-fi drama, starring Jennifer Lawrence, Chris Pratt and Michael Sheen, which is kind of like Titanic in outer space rather than the Atlantic.

A spacecraft transporting thousands of people to a distant planet malfunctions. As woken travelling companions Jim Preston and Aurora Lane fall in love, they are soon on a collision course with more technical problems and a dark secret.

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Rush, 9.50pm, BBC Four

I can't stand motor sport and I thought this Ron Hoard-directed drama - starring Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl and Olivia Wilde - was superb.

The 1976 Formula One Championship season is dominated by a fierce rivalry between two contrasting racers, as daredevil British driver James Hunt takes on the methodical Austrian defending champion Niki Lauda.

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They both put their lives on the line to outdo each other on the track, with near devastating results.

Preceded by Hunt v Lauda: F1's Greatest Racing Rivals (9.00pm, BBC Four), a documentary examining the battle between James Hunt and Niki Lauda for the 1976 Formula 1 world drivers' championship, which was decided by the last grand prix of the season.

Family Flick

Sing, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

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Animated comedy, with the voices of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Scarlett Johansson, John C Reilly, Taron Egerton, Jennifer Saunders and Jennifer Hudson.

If the story doesn't get you and the gang smiling, the many hit songs featured sure will.

In a city of humanoid animals, a hustling koala's attempt to save his theatre with a singing competition becomes grander than he anticipates, while the finalists of the contest find that their lives will never be the same again.

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