Tonight's TV is dominated by the Eurovision Song Contest live from Rotterdam, but there’s also a look at the imminent return of live music in The Live Revival, Pat Shortt, Paddy McGuiness and some cracking movies . . .

Pick of the Day

Eurovision Song Contest, 8.00pm, RTÉ One & BBC One

Coverage of the final of the competition from the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, with Edsilia Rombley, Chantal Janzen, Jan Smit and Nikkie de Jager presenting the 65th staging of the contest after last year's event was called off due to the pandemic.

Unfortunately, there’s no one here bar commentator Marty Whelan (and a bottle of Bailey's) to represent Ireland, as Balbriggan singer Lesley Roy, with her song Maps, failed to make it out of last Tuesday’s semi-final.

A friend of mine is making a real night of it, with a gazebo in the back garden, a big TV screen and a gang invited round. I hope the weather holds up for you Buzz!

Here's Iceland's entry:

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Don’t Miss

I Can See Your Voice, 7.10pm, BBC One

To think people used to complain about the silliness of shows such as Stars in Their Eyes and The Price is Right. Nowadays we just embrace it.

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

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Regular celebrity investigators Jimmy Carr, Alison Hammond and Amanda Holden are joined by guest Alexandra Burke, as they assist two brothers from Middlesbrough in picking out the best singers from a line-up that includes a scientist, a prison officer and an electrician.

Marty's Magical Eurovision Moments, 6.55pm, RTÉ One

If you need a little encouragement to get you over the Eurovision line (you know you want to watch it), this nostalgia piece from last year is just the ticket.

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RTÉ Eurovision commentary king Marty Whelan takes viewers through the highs and lows of the contest, from Ireland's title of most-wins in the competition to stand-out winners such as Israel's Dana International.

Pat Shortt's Music from D'Telly

Here's another chance to view rarely seen performances and much-loved songs from six decades of RTÉ music television production, all in the company of Pat Shortt (below).

Pat’s first-ever programme in the series features a glittering array of musical memories, including Paul Weller and the Jam's only RTÉ appearance, when in 1978 they performed Down in the Tube Station at Midnight.

New or Returning Shows

The Live Revival, 9.00pm, Sky Arts & NOW TV

In the first of a three-part documentary series, Sky Arts brings together well-known artists alongside up-and-coming acts to shine a light on the beating heart of the music scene in the UK and an industry under genuine threat.

Performances include Paul Weller, David Gray, Sleaford Mods, Amy McDonald, The Fratellis, Frank Turner and James.

Not a bad line-up, in fairness.

New to Stream

The Roads Not Taken, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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Sally Potter (Orlando, The Party) directs this drama inspired by a painful chapter in her own life, which received mixed reviews when it was released.

The film follows a day in the life of Leo (Javier Bardem) and his daughter Molly (Elle Fanning) as she grapples with the challenges of her father’s chaotic mind.

As they weave their way through New York City, Leo’s journey takes on a hallucinatory quality as he floats through alternate lives he could have lived, leaving Molly to wrestle with her own path as she considers her future.

Also starring Salma Hayek and Laura Linney, so the cast is certainly impressive.

Saturday Night at the Movies

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, 7.30pm, BBC Two

Forget the daft title and wrap yourself up in this enjoyable period drama, starring Lily James, Tom Courtenay and Katherine Parkinson.

In London, 1946, author Juliet Ashton's career has taken off but she is not enjoying promoting her detective stories to eager audiences on a book tour.

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When she receives a letter from a Guernsey pig farmer inviting her to attend a meeting of his literary society, she eagerly accepts.

What Juliet discovers about her new friends and their secrets leads to her staying on the island much longer than she planned.

Anthropoid, 9.15pm, RTÉ2

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Starring Irish pair Jamie Dornan and Cillian Murphy, this is a Second World War drama based on the true story of Operation Anthropoid, the mission to assassinate SS general Reinhard Heydrich.

He was the main architect behind the Final Solution and the Third Reich's most senior officer in command after Hitler and Himmler.

Heydrich is based in Prague and becomes an obvious target for the Czech government, exiled in London.

Sicario 2: Soldado, 9.30pm, Channel 4

This is a thriller sequel, starring Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro and Isabela Moner. If you're into slick macho movies, this is for you.

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The story this time revolves around a drug war on the US-Mexico border that has escalated as the cartels have begun trafficking terrorists across the US border.

Federal agent Matt Graver re-teams with operative Alejandro Gillick to fight the enemy forces.

Loving, 11.00pm, BBC Two

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Director Jeff Nichols' critically acclaimed fact-based drama, starring an Oscar-nominated Ruth Negga, with Joel Edgerton, Will Dalton and Michael Shannon.

In late-1950s Virginia, interracial couple Richard and Mildred Loving are targeted by the authorities and arrested, leading to a momentous legal battle that would end with the Supreme Court's historic 1967 decision.

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