Tonight's top TV includes John Lennon: A Life in Ten Pictures as part of a tribute night on BBC Two, a Catchphrase Celebrity Special, The Broken Hearts Gallery, and I Can See Your Voice . . .

Pick of the Day

John Lennon: A Life in Ten Pictures, 9.00pm, BBC Two

This has been a fascinating series, looking at the lives of various stars from the frame point of a series of unrelated images. This week it's focus is on Beatle John Lennon.

It's a journey through the musician's life in ten defining photos, with their secrets revealed by those who were there, and those who knew the musician best.

The pictures show Lennon's lifelong search to find his place in the world, documenting his disaffection with living the life of a Beatle and his relationship with the woman who became the love of his life, the avant-garde artist Yoko Ono (below, with Lennon in their last-ever photo shoot).

Don’t Miss

John Lennon Special, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Another chance to see Steve Wright present a special edition of Top of the Pops, first broadcast in 2000 to mark what would have been the former Beatle's 60th year.

Featured songs include Imagine, Jealous Guy, Instant Karma (below), Mind Games and Stand By Me, and the programme includes an interview with Yoko Ono.

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Later at 10pm there's Lennon: The New York Years, which tells the story of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's move to New York City in 1971, as the singer sought to escape the mayhem of the Beatles era and focus on his private life.

Alan Yentob charts the ups and downs the couple faced - including their battle against the immigration services and Lennon's infamous 'lost weekend', when he left Yoko for their personal assistant and disappeared to LA for more than a year.

Game of Talents, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Vernon Kay hosts the game show, with two contestants pairing up with Joel Dommett and Oti Mabuse to try to win big money.

They must uncover the secret talents of mystery performers ranging from a speed-eater to a Rubik's cuber, and a Latin dancer to a spider wrangler.

Daft isn't in it!

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I Can See Your Voice, 7.40pm, BBC One

More nutty Saturday night telly as Paddy McGuinness hosts the mystery singing game show, 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 Heather Small, as they assist Caitlin and Kristen from Warrington in picking out the best singers from a line-up that includes a singing wrestler, a model and a dentist.

New or Returning Shows

Catchphrase Celebrity Special, 9.00pm, Virgin Media One

Stephen Mulhern (above) hosts a celebrity special of the classic game show, with contestants Phil Daniels, Steph McGovern and AJ Odudu 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.

Catching History's Criminals: The Forensics Story, 10.30pm, BBC Four

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An insight into the development of forensic science as a way of catching murderers over the past 200 years, charting the scientific breakthroughs that have changed the course of justice.

Surgeon and writer Gabriel Weston begins by looking at the difficulty of identifying the body in a murder case, from charred bones to bodies completely dissolved in acid.

She focuses on the use of teeth and bite marks to identify a victim or killer, traces the uses of insects to pinpoint the time of death, and meets the geneticist who pioneered the technique of DNA profiling.

New to Stream

The Broken Hearts Gallery, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you’ve ever been in?

The Broken Hearts Gallery is a romcom follows the always unique Lucy (Geraldine Viswanathan), a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder.

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After she gets dumped by her latest boyfriend, Lucy is inspired to create The Broken Heart Gallery, a pop-up space for the items love has left behind.

Word of the gallery spreads, encouraging a movement and a fresh start for all the romantics out there, including Lucy herself.

Saturday Night at the Movies

Brooklyn, 9.55pm, RTÉ One

Drama based on Colm Toibin's celebrated novel, starring Saoirse Ronan, Domhnall Gleeson, Jim Broadbent and Julie Walters.

An Irish woman living with her mother in the 1950s decides to make a fresh start in America. She makes her home in New York, and falls in love.

Eventually, her past catches up with her when she receives bad news from Ireland, and faces a harsh choice between her two homes.


Source Code, 11.20pm, BBC Two

Here's as ci-fi thriller, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Michelle Monaghan, Vera Farmiga and Jeffrey Wright.

A military pilot is the subject of a top-secret experiment that transfers his mind into the body of a man killed in a terrorist bombing on a train, but only for the last eight minutes of the dead man's life.

His mission is to use that time to find out who is responsible and if they intend to strike again.

Family Flick

Wonder, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

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Julia Roberts, Owen Wilson and Jacob Tremblay star in Stephen Chbosky's drama, based on the best-selling novel by RJ Palacio.

A ten-year-old boy with facial disfigurements that have so far required almost 30 operations takes on a whole new challenge when, after being home educated his entire life, enters mainstream school for the first time.

As he struggles to fit in, his fellow pupils and the community are forced to learn the power of compassion and acceptance.

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