Tonight's highlights include the final edition of The Heart of Saturday Night, Kerry v Tyrone, Michael Parkinson looks back on his career in Parkinson at 50, as well as Stormzy, Oisin McConville and Pen15 . . .

Pick of the Day

The Heart of Saturday Night, 9.30pm, RTÉ One

It’s the sixth and final show of this musical smorgasbord, which has been a huge hit with viewers this summer.

Once again, Una Healy and Loah share presenting duties from the Round Room at the Mansion House in Dublin.

This week there are performances by James Vincent McMorrow, Mick Flannery and Susan O'Neill, and Una Healy. Liam O'Flynn will be remembered with music from Louise & Michelle Mulcahy with Donal Lunny.

Don’t Miss

Parkinson at 50, 8.30pm, BBC One

The now retired chat show host Michael Parkinson (below) looks back on his career with his son and producer Mike, and examines how his talk show went from being a 10-week filler to an iconic Saturday night staple.

He discusses his first celebrity interview, with Mick Jagger, how the management of movie stars' public images shifted over the years, and reflects on the loss of the show's entire first run - including an appearance by John Lennon and Yoko Ono.

The programme also looks back on some of the most memorable moments from the show, including his multiple encounters with Billy Connolly and Muhammad Ali.

Meanwhile, BBC Two are showing some of his greatest interviews from 9.30pm.

The Saturday Game Live, 2.30pm, RTÉ2

Joanne Cantwell is joined by Ciaran Whelan, Eamonn Fitzmaurice, Pat Spillane and Sean Cavanagh for live coverage form Croke Park of the All Ireland Football semi-final between Kerry and Tyrone.

Commentary from Ger Canning and Dessie Dolan, with the throw-in at 3.30pm.

Mayo are waiting in the wings after their defeat of Dublin in the other semi, as a strong Kerry side may fancy their chances of making the decider given all that's gone on in the Tyrone camp.

This semi-final is happening 13 days on from when the sides were originally due to meet, Tyrone's preparations have been thrown into disarray by an an outbreak of Covid-19 in the camp.

Can the Ulster champions put one over on the Kingdom despite their recent misfortune? With the Sam Maguire so close, anything could happen here.

New or Returning Shows

Pen15 - Jacuzzi, 9.00pm, Sky Atlantic

Streaming on NOW TV

Maya and Anna make a fleeting return with this stand-alone episode of the critically-acclaimed comedy.

Before the second season resumes later in the year, we catch up with the two struggling high-schoolers, which follows the two best friends as they head to Florida on a family trip with Anna's dad.

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While there, the pair are introduced to even more crippling insecurities. The girls try to ignore them, but a mystical turn makes their self-doubt impossible to forget.

Sports Stories: Oisin McConville, 9.00pm, Virgin Media Two

Growing up in The Troubles in south Armagh, Oisin McConville (below) went on to become a legend of his county as he recovered from a missed penalty to score the winning goal in their only All-Ireland success.

And he did it all whilst suffering from a gambling addiction that almost took his life. He lays it all out in this moving and inspiring story.

Stormzy @ Reading & Leeds 2021, 11.55pm, BBC One

Here’s something to keep your Saturday night going. Though it won’t suit all tastes.

The rapper and grime pioneer Stormzy (below) performs on Main Stage East at Leeds, as the festival returns after a year out with a sell-out crowd of 90,000.

The show features hits from his albums Gang Signs & Prayer and Heavy Is the Head.

Bettany Hughes' Treasures of the World, 8.00pm, Channel 4

The historian presents a guide to ancient artefacts from around the world. The first episode focuses on Greece, including a visit to the archaeological dig at the site of Alexander the Great's birthplace in Aegae.

Her journey also takes her to Athens, Nafplio, Sparta and Olympia, and to a dig at Epidaurus, where an underground snake pit used for healing has been discovered and an ancient theatre turns out to still be acoustically perfect.

New to Stream

Tom & Jerry, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

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Chloë Grace Moretz and Rob Delaney are the real-life stars here as a legendary rivalry reemerges when Jerry moves into New York City's finest hotel on the eve of the wedding of the century.

This forces the desperate (and completely inexperienced) event planner (Moretz) to hire Tom to get rid of him.

As mayhem ensues, the escalating cat-and-mouse battle soon threatens to destroy her career, the wedding, and possibly the hotel itself.

Saturday Cinema

Skyfall, 9.00pm, RTÉ2

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Sam Mendes directs the 23rd instalment in the spy franchise, starring Daniel Craig as 007, with Javier Bardem, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Naomie Harris and Ben Whishaw.

James Bond pursues a mysterious criminal mastermind who has orchestrated a terrorist attack on MI6 headquarters and exposed the identities of undercover agents around the world.

The trail leads to a rogue former operative who has a personal vendetta against the intelligence organisation's leader M - who is also facing calls to retire.

Family Flick

Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, 6.00pm, BBC One

Medieval action adventure, starring Kevin Costner, Alan Rickman, Morgan Freeman, Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio, Christian Slater and Mike McShane.

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English nobleman Robin of Locksley returns home from fighting in the Crusades, only to discover that his father has been murdered and his lands seized.

Meanwhile, the local populace are living in fear under the tyrannical rule of the Sheriff of Nottingham.

Branded an outlaw for his defiance, Robin and his Moorish travelling companion go into hiding in the forest, where they recruit a group of bandits.

They organise themselves to fight for justice, protect the downtrodden, and foil the Sheriff's plan to seize the throne while the king is away at war.

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