Tonight's top TV tips include I Can See Your Voice, Nomadland, Exterminate All the Brutes, the season finale of Keeping Faith, The Killing ten years on, and Mayo day . . .

Pick of the Day

I Can See Your Voice, 7.25pm, BBC One

In decades to come, future generations will see clips of this show and the likes of The Masked Singer and wonder what was going on.

Still, if you can’t have some silly fun on a Saturday night during a pandemic, when can you?

Former Phoenix Nights bouncer Paddy McGuinness hosts the mystery singing game show (another South Korean import), in which contestants aided by a celebrity panel must spot good singers without hearing them.

Regular celebrity investigators Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond and Amanda Holden are joined by guest Fleur East, as they assist two friends from London in picking out the best singers from a line-up that includes a singing acrobat, a princess and a karate champion.

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Don’t Miss

The Killing, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Ten years on from its debut on the Beeb, here's another chance to see this superb drama in which each episode covers one day of an investigation.

Copenhagen police inspector Sarah Lund says goodbye to her colleagues in the city's homicide department as she prepares to move to Sweden - but is forced to reconsider her plans when a teenage girl goes missing.

Sofie Grabol and Lars Mikkelsen star. The first three episodes are on tonight, so just turn off your phone and immerse yourself. Here are three hours you’ll never want back.

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New or Returning Shows

Exterminate All the Brutes, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries & NOW TV

Oscar-nominated director Raoul Peck revisits and reframes the profound impact of the Native American genocide and American slavery and the way it fundamentally informs the present.

It’s based on works by three authors and scholars - Sven Lindqvist’s Exterminate All the Brutes, Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz’s An Indigenous Peoples’ History of the United States, and Michel-Rolph Trouillot’s Silencing the Past.

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The four-part docu-drama series from HBO stars Josh Hartnett and explores the exploitative and genocidal aspects of European colonialism, from America to Africa, and its profound impact on US society today.

Through use of traditional documentary filmmaking, archive material and interpretive scripted scenes, this is a story where history, contemporary life and fiction are wholly intertwined.

Mayo Day - Ár bpobal, our people, 9.30pm, TG4

Eibhlín Ní Chonghaile (above) and Dáithí Gallagher celebrate all things Mayo.

They'll be joined by guests including Mike Ryan of the World Health Organisation, aeronautical engineer Dr Norah Patten, an exclusive performance by Matt Molloy and Laoise Kelly.

There will also be a very special performance by Billow Wood which includes an appearance by some very special guests. Lisa Canny will perform from London.

Motherland, 11.50pm, BBC Four

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Before Line of Duty, Anna Maxwell Martin was starring in this excellent comedy from Sharon Horgan, Graham Linehan and Helen Linehan about competitive, middle-class motherhood in London.

She plays Julia, a stressed working mother who moves out of her comfort zone and reluctantly invites the entire class to her kid's birthday party.

With her own mother refusing to help out, she relies on the fecklessly fearless Liz (Diane Morgan) and her party hacks, and the entertainment skills of Paul Ready’s eager-to-please Kevin.

Lucy Punch is pitch-perfect as unbearable alpha-mum Amanda, but everyone's on top form here really.

New to Stream

Nomadland, Disney+

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The big winner at the recent Oscars, Nomadland is a drama based on the 2017 non-fiction book Nomadland: Surviving America in the Twenty-First Century by Jessica Bruder.

Written, edited, produced, and directed by Chloé Zhao, it stars Frances McDormand as a van-dwelling working nomad who leaves her hometown after her husband dies and the sole industry closes down, to be "houseless" and travel around the United States.

A number of real-life nomads appear as fictional versions of themselves, including Linda May, Swankie, and Bob Wells.

Here's Harry Guerin's review.

Ending Tonight

Keeping Faith, 9.00pm, BBC One

It’s the season three finale of this quirky Welsh drama starring Eve Myles as the eponymous solicitor, Faith Howells.

Rose tries to force Faith into helping her with the repossession of Cindy's salon, unaware that her daughter is working with the police to gather evidence against her.

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Her campaign of revenge takes an even more personal turn when she kidnaps Alys and Megan from school and reveals their mother's darkest secret.

Osian falls into a coma, and the doctors do not expect him to recover, but Faith refuses to give up on him and insists on pressing ahead with the court hearing.

Saturday Night at the Movies

Ocean's 8, 9.40pm, RTÉ One

Crime caper, starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway and Mindy Kaling.

This time it's the girls' turn . . .

Following in the footsteps of brother Danny, light-fingered Debbie Ocean plans to steal the Toussaint, a $150million necklace from Vogue's Met Gala, with the `help’ of a famous actress.

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Warcraft, 9.10pm, RTÉ2

Fantasy adventure based on the best-selling computer game, starring Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton and Ben Foster. Strictly for Game of Thrones and/or Lord of the Rings fans.

A kingdom stands on the brink of war when it is invaded by a vast horde of creatures who have travelled through a portal from their dying world.

As dark magic works its influence on the world, two leaders from either side are set on a collision course with each other as they strive to protect their people.

Family Flick

Minions, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

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Hugely entertaining animated comedy, with the voices of Sandra Bullock, Pierre Coffin, Jon Hamm and Michael Keaton.

A race of strange, babbling yellow creatures has served the cause of evil throughout the history of the world.

In the 1960s, three of these eternal henchmen get a job working for a criminal genius who is hatching a plot against the British crown - but while carrying out her orders, they uncover a threat to their whole species.

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