Tonight's top TV tips include Tommy Tiernan, Tupac Shakur, Paddy McGuinness's new show I Can See Your Voice, and New Order Live from Alexandra Palace . . .

Pick of the Day

The Tommy Tiernan Show, 9.45pm, RTÉ One

Getting comedians to host chat shows has worked for decades on US TV, but it took until recently before Ireland got in on the act.

A master of improvisation, Tommy Tiernan continues to draw huge audiences to his unique show, where neither the presenter nor the viewers are told the identity of the guests in advance.

At this stage, The Tommy Tiernan Show has become an essential part of Saturday night telly-viewing. It's as simple as that.

Don’t Miss

Tupac Shakur: A Life in Ten Pictures, 10.00pm, BBC Two

The late Tupac Shakur's (above) image is known around the world as he was one of hip-hop's most photographed figures.

But could just a handful of photos uncover new truths about someone we think we know?

This edition of A Life in Ten Pictures throws a lens onto an extraordinary life by focusing on defining images, from famous shots to private snaps, with their secrets revealed by those who were there, and those who knew the hip-hop star and actor best.

New or Returning Shows

I Can See Your Voice, 7.20pm, BBC One

Paddy McGuinness hosts this mystery singing game show, in which contestants aided by a celebrity panel must spot good singers without hearing them.

Celebrity investigators Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond, Amanda Holden and Danny Jones assist two contestants from Sheffield in picking out the best singers and winning up to £10,000.

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New Order: Live from Alexandra Palace, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

 Recorded live on 9th November 2018 - their only UK show of 2018 - New Order perform in front of a sold-out crowd at London’s Alexandra Palace.

Sonically and visually spectacular, the show joyously mixes New Order classics and tracks from their latest album Music Complete with Joy Division’s finest songs.

New Order's Bernard Sumner

Opening with Singularity from Music Complete, they follow with 1993’s Regret, to Love Vigilantes from 1985’s Low-Life, to Ultraviolence from 1983's Power, Corruption and Lies.

Later, they power through with sublime performances in the manner of the celebrated extended 12-inch remixes they are synonymous with - on True Faith, Blue Monday and Temptation before ending with a three-song Joy Division mini-set.

Celebrity Catchphrase, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Stephen Mulhern (above) hosts a celebrity special of the classic game show, with former footballer-turned-TV-presenter Dion Dublin, Countdown's Rachel Riley and comedian Tim Vine all trying to say what they see, as they guess well-known phrases for the chance to win a £50,000 jackpot for their chosen charity.

Britain's Brightest Celebrity Family, 6.30pm, Virgin Media One

Back for a second season, Anne Hegerty presents as eight more celebrities take part in the knockout tournament, with the families of Vanessa Feltz (below) and Matthew Wright competing in the first heat.

They'll face a number of fiendish general knowledge-based rounds as they attempt to make it to the semi-final. Who will make it through and get closer to the chance of winning £25,000 for their chosen charity?

BAFTA Film Awards Opening Night, 8.00pm, Channel 4

Clara Amfo and Rhianna Dhillon host from the Royal Albert Hall as the British Academy celebrates the hair and make-up artists, casting directors, costume and production designers who have been instrumental in creating the best films of 2020.

New to Stream

Archenemy, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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Max Fist (Joe Manganiello) is a local drunk who claims to be a superhero from the planet Chromium.

He tells anyone who will listen that he was pulled into a wormhole, falling through time and space, and dropped to earth without any of his powers.

No one pays any attention to Max except a teenager named Hamster who can’t get enough of Max’s stories.

When Hamster and his sister get in trouble with a vicious drug syndicate led by The Manager, Max takes to the streets as a brutal vigilante hellbent on proving himself as the hero no one believes him to be.

Saturday Night at the Movies

Alien: Covenant, 9.00pm, Channel 4

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Ridley Scott's sci-fi sequel, starring Katherine Waterston, Michael Fassbender and Danny McBride.

A crew of colonists sent to populate an alien planet have their mission diverted by a mysterious signal. After landing on a nearby world, they discover what became of the ill-fated Prometheus mission.

Family Flick

A Dog's Purpose, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

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This is a heart-tugging canine comedy drama, starring Dennis Quaid, with the voice of Josh Gad.

A dog is reincarnated as different breeds over several generations, with multiple owners and with a variety of names, but he is fated to be reacquainted, decades later, with his original owner.

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