Music fans should lap up the various strands of Global Citizen Live: Music Festival for the Planet, there's more from Strictly Come Dancing, while James Vincent McMorrow features on Soundtrack to My Life . . .

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Global Citizen Live: Music Festival for the Planet, 5.30pm, BBC One

Saturday night party soundtrack sorted.

Here's live coverage of the one-off 24-hour event begins early and continues throughout the night.

Emma Willis and Ade Adepitan will be introducing the star-studded worldwide concert which covers six continents and aims to unite people in tackling poverty and climate change.

Hugh Jackman reveals his involvement, whilst Roman Kemp, Clara Amfo and Ana Matronic are backstage in London, New York and Paris.

Elton John (above) performs at the foot of the Eiffel Tower, Rag 'n' Bone Man and Kylie Minogue are in London, and there is an exclusive from BTS in Seoul.

Coverage continues with Ed Sheeran in Paris and Duran Duran in London (9.20pm, BBC One), and then Stormzy, Nile Rodgers and CHIC (10.10pm, BBC Two).

Don’t Miss

Strictly Come Dancing, 7.00pm, BBC One

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present the first proper show of this year's run of the hugely popular series.

They’ll be introducing the 15 celebrities as they perform their first routines, eager to be this year's Bill Bailey - and not another Ann Widdecombe.

Judging their efforts are Shirley Ballas, Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse and king of the ballroom Anton Du Beke, now settled in as a permanent panelist.

No one will be leaving tonight - but the judges' scores will be carried over to next week’s show.

Soundtrack to My Life, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

James Vincent McMorrow (below) performs the songs that mean the most to him with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra.

He will also duet with Gemma Dunleavy, and invites Dublin band the Scratch to collaborate with the orchestra on a heavy metal track.

He also chats to Niall Breslin about how releasing his first album was a make or break moment and reveals how he dealt with his subsequent success.

New or Returning Shows

The Graham Norton Show, 10.00pm, Virgin Media One

If you missed this last night on BBC One, here’s the opening episode of the new season of Graham Norton’s long-running chat show.

The sofa has a major 007 look to it, as Graham is joined by the stars of the long-awaited James Bond film No Time to Die.

Daniel Craig (above) - making his final appearance as 007 - is joined by Lea Seydoux, Lashana Lynch and Rami Malek.

Graham also chats to global superstar Ed Sheeran, who performs his new single Shivers.

Britain’s Forgotten Wars with Tony Robinson, 8.20pm, Channel 4

Tony Robinson (below) looks back at conflicts Britain was involved in during the second half of the 20th century.

Will Northern Ireland get a mention?

The story begins with Operation Desert Storm in 1990, when 35 nations retaliated against the Iraqi occupation of Kuwait.

Service personnel share their memories of one of the first wars to be televised live across the globe, and reflect on how many of the same armies would find themselves back in Iraq a decade later.

New to Stream

Into the Labyrinth, Sky Cinema & NOW

Dustin Hoffman and Toni Servillo star in this intriguing Italian mystery thriller.

When a kidnapped girl is found 15 years after her abduction, a celebrated psychiatrist and a retired detective risk everything to piece together the mystery and find a vicious killer.

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Saturday Cinema

Pulp Fiction, 9.45pm, RTÉ2

Although not as impressive (or lean) as his debut film, Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino’s second feature is a hugely enjoyable crime caper.

The film rejuvenated John Travolta’s career, and also stars Samuel L Jackson, Uma Thurman, Bruce Willis, Ving Rhames, Tim Roth and Amanda Plummer.

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It follows a series of interlinked stories about the Los Angeles underworld. Primarily, a hitman plays minder to his boss's wife, and he and his partner deal with a dead body following a mishap with a gun.

Meanwhile, a washed-up boxer goes on the run after refusing to throw a fight, and two lovers plot a hold-up in a diner.

The King's Choice, 9.00pm, BBC Four

Here’s a really good historical drama, focuses on King Haakon VII and the Norwegian Royal Family in the days before and immediately after the German invasion of Norway in April 1940.

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As Hitler’s Third Reich’s army continue to advance on Norway, the king faces a decision that will change his country forever.

It’s in Norwegian, Danish and German, but you’re well used to subtitles by now, eh?

Deadpool 2, 9.20pm, Channel 4

Here’s an enjoyable action comedy sequel, starring Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Julian Dennison and Zazie Beetz.

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Marvel’s wisecracking anti-hero meets Russell, a gifted youngster pursued by a heavily armed cyborg from the future.

With the aid of fellow mutant Domino and five less lucky teammates, they attempt to defeat the villainous Cable.

Family Flick

Johnny English Strikes Again, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

Always good for a laugh, this is the third movie in the spy spoof comedy series, starring Rowan Atkinson, Ben Miller and Olga Kurylenko.

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This time around, a sinister cyber attack reveals the identity of all active undercover agents in Britain.

Hapless secret agent Johnny English is sent on a mission to the South of France to protect Queen and country, and find the mastermind hacker responsible.

What could possibly go right?

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