There's live coverage of the hurling double-header at Croke Park, a look back at Britpop and its biggest battle, another group of punters trying to avoid The Void, and some cracking movie options . . .

Pick of the Day

The Saturday Game, 4.45pm, RTÉ2

Streaming on RTÉ Player

With the Euros now just a very happy memory for fans of Italian football, many viewers looking for sporting action on the box will be eyeing up gaelic games.

This double-header features the Joe McDonagh Cup and Leinster hurling finals (throw-ins 5.00pm and 7.30pm).

Joanne Cantwell presents coverage of the action, which takes place at Croke Park in Dublin.

Most attention will be on the later game, the Leinster Senior Hurling Championship final, with Kilkenny aiming to retain the title and Dublin looking for their first triumph since 2013.

Don’t Miss

Britpop at the BBC, 11.25pm, BBC Two

John Lennon used to maintain that nostalgia was for Sundays, so you can get ahead of the posse by 35 minutes with this welcome repeat.

A look at the vibrant form of indie music known as Britpop, which in the 1990s stamped its presence onto the UK cultural scene and led to the notion of Cool Britannia.

The movement was dominated by the battle between its biggest-selling exponents, Blur and Oasis (above), who in August 1995 did battle in a memorable bid for the number one spot in the singles’ chart.

The programme also features the bands Elastica, Sleeper, Suede and Menswear.

The Void, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

The channel of choice for Saturday fun (Tipping Point: Lucky Stars is at 7pm), here’s the second episode of the Ashley Banjo and Fleur East-hosted game show.

If you missed last week’s opener, contestants take on a wide range of demanding mental and physical challenges to win a jackpot of £25,000.

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The twist is they do that while navigating the terrifying prospect of falling into a huge tank holding 520,000 litres of water called - you’ve guessed it - the Void.

New to Stream

Words on Bathroom Walls, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

This romantic Young Adult drama starring Charlie Plummer, Andy Garcia, and Taylor Russell looks great.

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Diagnosed with a mental illness during his senior year of high school, a witty, introspective teen struggles to keep it a secret while falling in love with a brilliant classmate.

She inspires him to open his heart and not be defined by his condition

Come Away, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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Eight-year-old Alice (Keira Chansa), her mischievous brother Peter (Jordan A. Nash) and their brilliant older sibling David (Reece Yates) let their imaginations run wild one blissful summer in the English countryside.

Encouraged by their parents Jack and Rose (David Oyelowo and Angelina Jolie), the kids' make-believe tea parties, sword fights and pirate ship adventures come to an abrupt end when tragedy strikes.

Naomi Osaka, Netflix

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This actually dropped yesterday, but it's impossible to fit everything in here as Netflix tends to keep so much of its new stuff for Fridays. So here goes . . .

A must-see for tennis/sports fans, this promises to be an intimate series following Naomi Osaka as she explores her cultural roots and navigates her multifaceted identity as a tennis champ and rising leader.

Saturday Night at the Movies

Capote, 9.20pm, TG4

This biopic is worth watching just for Philip Seymour Hoffman’s performance in the title role as American writer Truman Capote.

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In 1959, Capote learns of the murder of a Kansas family and decides to write a book about the case.

While researching for his novel In Cold Blood, Capote forms a relationship with one of the killers, Perry Smith, who is on death row.

The Revenant, 9.40pm, RTÉ2

More of an endurance test than a movie, this masochistic western makes the rather violent The Equalizer (10pm, RTÉ One) look like a Carry On comedy in comparison. It’s tough going.

It features an Oscar-winning Leonardo DiCaprio, with Tom Hardy and Domhnall Gleeson.

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Leo plays a frontiersman leading a hunting party through the wilderness who gets mauled by a bear.

A travelling companion (played by Hardy) who pledged to stay with him until help comes, kills his son and leaves him for dead.

Against all odds, the wounded man survives his injuries and embarks on a gruelling quest for revenge that takes him through a harsh landscape.

Dunkirk, 9.00pm, BBC One

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Widely regarded as Christopher Nolan’s finest film, this is a wartime drama he wrote, directed and produced, starring Kenneth Branagh, Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance and Fionn Whitehead.

Allied soldiers from Belgium, the UK and France are surrounded by the German Army, and face a tense wait for evacuation, during a fierce battle in northern France during the Second World War.

Family Flick

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

Fantasy adventure sequel based on the much-loved books by JK Rowling, starring Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson and Kenneth Branagh.

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The young wizard and his friends return for their second term at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to discover a strange serpentine power is petrifying the other students.

Meanwhile, Harry is haunted by a sinister voice in his head urging him to uncover the dark force that is stalking the corridors of the school.

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