Tonight's viewing highlights include Game of Talents, Paul Weller at the Barbican, Euro 2020, Robert De Niro in The Comeback Trail, and some cracking movie options . . .

Pick of the Day

Game of Talents, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

For better or worse, here’s the most 'Saturday night’ show on the box tonight.

Vernon Kay hosts the game show, with two contestants pairing up with Mel B and Michelle Visage to try to win big money by uncovering the secret talents of a range of mystery performers.

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With a knife thrower, a saxophonist and even a globe-of-death rider in the mix, the teams will have their work cut out.

But sure that’s half the fun.

As Vernon Kay himself said: "Imagine that a talent show and a game show meet in a bar . . . they get married and have a baby, well, Game of Talent is that game."

Absolute Marmite TV.

Don’t Miss

UEFA Euro 2020, 7.30pm, RTÉ2

Here's the last of the second series of games.

Peter Collins presents, with analysis from Damien Duff and Kevin Doyle, and commentary by John Kenny as Spain face Poland (KO 8pm) in a Group E fixture at Estadio La Cartuja in Seville.

The Spaniards drew their opener against Sweden, while Poland suffered defeat in their opening match, losing 2-1 to Slovakia, with Grzegorz Krychowiak getting himself a red card.

New or Returning Shows

Paul Weller Live at the Barbican, 8.30pm, BBC Two

Edith Bowman presents the singer-songwriter's concert at the London venue in May, Weller's first live gig in two years.

For this gig he was backed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra, with arrangements by conductor Jules Buckley.

It features songs drawn from Weller's long career, with classics from The Jam, The Style Council and his four decades as a solo artist, with guest appearances by Boy George, James Morrison and Celeste.

Followed by Weller at the BBC (10.30pm), a compilation of performances from his beginnings in mod-punk trio The Jam to the more soulful sound of The Style Council and finally on to his solo work including tracks from his latest album, Fat Pop.

New to Stream

The Comeback Trail, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

Screen legends Robert De Niro, Tommy Lee Jones and Morgan Freeman team up in this Sky Cinema Original comedy.

In debt to the mob and in need of a new money making scheme to save his skin, greedy grind-house film producer, Max Barber (De Niro) decides to produce a dangerous new film, all for the sake of killing his lead actor in a stunt so he can rake in the insurance money.

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But when he casts Duke Montana, (Lee Jones) an aging, washed up movie star as the lead, Max never expects the depressed old drunk to be revitalised by being in front of the camera again.

As Duke survives stunt after stunt, Max unwittingly starts making the best movie of his career

Saturday Night at the Movies

Hidden Figures, 7.30pm, Channel 4

Fact-based drama, starring Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae and Kevin Costner. As the space race reaches fever pitch in the early 1960s, a trio of female African-American mathematicians attempt to overcome prejudice and find work with NASA.

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Their remarkable skills prove vital in getting an astronaut into orbit and bringing him safely back to Earth, but to realise their potential they must overcome deep-seated prejudice in the space programme and society as a whole.

La La Land, 9.40pm, RTÉ One

Damien Chazelle's Bafta-winning musical, starring Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling and John Legend.

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Jobbing actress Mia (Stone) and struggling jazz pianist Sebastian (Gosling) fall in love and attempt to realise their respective dreams in Los Angeles - a city known for crushing hopes and breaking hearts.

But keeping the wolf from the door without compromising their beliefs proves harder than expected.

Taken, 9.50pm, Channel 4

The thriller, starring Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen and Maggie Grace, that started a franchise and made Neeson an unlikely hunky hero.

An American teenager travelling through Europe is abducted by a gang of sex traffickers.

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But what the kidnappers do not realise is that the girl's father is a former CIA agent, who employs all his old skills as he searches for the criminals and tries to rescue his daughter.

An Impossible Love, 10.00pm, BBC Four

Here’s a French drama based on Christine Angot's novel, starring Virginie Efira and Niels Schneider.

An office worker has an affair with a man from a wealthy bourgeois family in the 1950s, which results in the birth of a daughter.

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She is subsequently left to raise the child alone when he refuses to marry someone from a lower social class, and faces a 10-year struggle to persuade him to acknowledge his daughter.

Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, 11.40pm, Channel 4

If you fancy some late-night laughs and used to like Jackass back in the day, this should keep the night rolling a little longer.

Johnny Knoxville takes on his Irving Zisman persona once more, and the old man takes his grandson on a road trip, showing off his twisted approach to childcare along the way.

Family Flick

A Wrinkle In Time, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

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Family fantasy based on the Madeleine L'Engle novel, starring Storm Reid, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon and Mindy Kaling.

After the disappearance of her scientist father, three unusual beings send teenager Meg, her brother and her friend to space in order to find him.

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