Today's highlights include new talent show The Big Deal, Ireland’s latest World Cup qualifier, an Only Fool and Horses special, Beyonce, The Hit List Celebrity Special and some cracking movies . . .

Pick of the Day

The Big Deal, 8.00pm, Virgin Media One

Hosted by Vogue Williams, this brand-new format devised by Fox Entertainment gets its worldwide debut.

Episode one introduces a variety of talent from all across the country.

Each act will try their best to impress a celebrity judging panel featuring Boy George, JLS singer Aston Merrygold, Deirdre O'Kane, breakout music star Lyra and Jedward, in the hopes of winning a top prize of €50,000.

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On The Big Deal the performers are in control, as each act is offered a money deal to walk away from the competition.

If they take the money they must leave immediately. But if they turn down the deal, then the judge's votes will decide their fate.

In tonight's show a singer from Ratoath in Meath aims to wow the judges with his powerful voice, and two dancers from Dublin bring their unique style to the competition.

Other acts auditioning include a flying trapeze couple, a singing family, a circus duo and an illusionist who aims to play mind games with the judges.

Plus, a real-life couple that sang for the frontline workers every week during lockdown step onto a theatre stage for the first time in over a year. Will they take the money or will they take a chance?

Don't Miss

European Qualifiers World Cup 2022, 4.00pm, RTÉ2

It's Ireland v Azerbaijan (KO 5pm) in a Group A encounter at the Aviva Stadium.

And this time the fans are back. It’ll be the first time under Stephen Kenny that Ireland play a home game in front of a crowd.

Ireland got their campaign off to a poor start with defeats against Serbia and Luxembourg before last Wednesday’s heartbreak in Portugal, but should earn a welcome win here.

Kenny’s crew will be expecting to make home advantage count and claim a first victory in this qualifying campaign against a side more than 60 places below then in the FIFA World Rankings.

The Story of Only Fools and Horses, 8.00pm, BBC One

First shown in December 2002, David Jason, Nicholas Lyndhurst and writer John Sullivan team up for a behind-the-scenes documentary exploring how the classic sitcom first arrived on TV.

Celebrity fans discuss the show's appeal, and some of the most memorable scenes are remembered.

It’s followed at 9pm by a classic episode, which features one of the greatest-ever sight gags. Unmissable.

Beyonce: Live at the BBC, 8.00pm, BBC Two

Trevor Nelson presents highlights of a concert by the singer and her 12-piece band in front of a specially invited audience on an outdoor stage at BBC Television Centre.

Songs performed include Deja Vu, Baby Boy, Ring the Alarm, Irreplaceable and Crazy in Love.

Followed at 8.30pm by Beyonce at the BBC, and then Beyonce at Glastonbury (9pm).

New or Returning Shows

The Hit List Celebrity Special, 7.15pm, BBC One

Marvin and Rochelle Humes present a special celebrity edition of the music-based quiz show.

The contestants are Kiri Pritchard-McLean, Lady Leshurr, Shane Richie (above), Russell Watson, Will Kirk and Shazia Mirza, who are trying to name as many hit songs and artists as possible under intense pressure, with a £10,000 jackpot up for grabs for the charity of their choice.

Across three rounds, their knowledge is put to the test, as they attempt to identify huge hits from across the years.

Whether it's a song from the swinging 60s or the number-one track in today's charts, the teams must prove their ability to recognise songs from across many genres of music.

The Hunt for a Killer, 9.00pm, BBC Four

This is a Swedish crime drama, based on the real-life disappearance and subsequent murder of a 10-year-old girl in 1989.

Five months after the murder, a body is found in a lay-by, leading to suspicions the same killer is responsible for both murders.

Episode two follows at 9.45pm.

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New to Stream

Let Him Go, Sky Cinema & NOW TV

Tense neo-Western crime thriller directed, produced and written by Thomas Bezucha, adapted from the book of the same name by Larry Watson.

Based in 1960s’ Montana, a retired sheriff (Kevin Costner) and his wife (Diane Lane) are grieving over the loss of their son.

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But when their grandson and former daughter-in-law are put in danger from her new husband and his dangerous Dakota family, the elderly couple are forced to leave their ranch and head off the grid to rescue them.

Saturday Cinema

Key Largo, 1.40pm, RTÉ One

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Marvellous John Huston-directed thriller from 1948, starring Humphrey Bogart, Edward G Robinson, Lauren Bacall, Lionel Barrymore and Academy Award-winner Claire Trevor.

Life at a run-down Florida hotel is thrown into disarray by the arrival of a mobster and his gang of thugs, who hold the guests hostage until they can make their getaway - oblivious to the tropical storm about to strike.

Spectre, 9.40pm, RTÉ One

Timely slice of 007, with the new Bond movie just around the corner.

Daniel Craig stars as James Bond goes rogue after receiving a cryptic message that sets him on the trail of a secretive criminal network.

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While his colleagues face a new threat closer to home, 007 embarks on a globetrotting journey in search of the elusive mastermind behind the syndicate.

Bond then discovers that his target may have links to his own past and had involvement in previous events during some of Bond's most dangerous missions.

Family Flick

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, 7.05pm, RTÉ One

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This Oscar-winning animated adventure, with the voices of Shameik Moore and Nicolas Cage, is well worth a look.

After being bitten by a radioactive arachnid, student Miles Morales develops incredible abilities, and becomes a version of Spider-Man.

Read our review and watch our interview with the producer and director here.

When a super collider device opens a gateway to other dimensions, Miles crosses paths with five counterparts to stop a threat for all realities.

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