There's a Paul McCartney night on BBC Two, more from Last Singer Standing and Strictly Come Dancing, The Late Late Toy Show Singalong and some classic movies . . .

Pick of the Day

Paul McCartney Night on BBC Two

Following on from last week’s ABBA night, here’s a strand of show featuring former Beatle Paul McCartney.

Paul McCartney at the BBC, 7.55pm, BBC Two

A compilation of TV appearances from the musician's post-Beatles career.

It features performances of songs including Band on the Run, Jet, Coming Up and Live and Let Die on programmes from Top of the Pops to the Electric Proms.

There is also rarely seen backstage footage and interviews, as well as appearances by a range of familiar faces, including an encounter with die-hard Beatles fan Bob Mortimer.

Don't know if it made the cut, but here's Paul performing The Long and Winding Road on Parkinson:

We need your consent to load this YouTube contentWe use YouTube to manage extra content that can set cookies on your device and collect data about your activity. Please review their details and accept them to load the content.Manage Preferences

Paul McCartney at the Cavern Club, 9.25pm, BBC Two

Here’s coverage of the legendary musician's 2018 performance at the Liverpool venue modelled on the long-gone original club where the Beatles played nearly 300 times from 1961 to 1963.

Around 250 people crammed in to hear a set featuring Fab Four classics, as well as songs from his solo album Egypt Station.

Idris Elba Meets Paul McCartney, 10.55pm, BBC Two

In a world exclusive, two of the biggest names in entertainment come together for a very special one-off show, as the music icon is interviewed by the Golden Globe-winning actor.

Idris (above) finds out what inspires Paul to continue to innovate creatively, on the eve of the release of his 26th post-Beatles album McCartney III, featuring Paul playing every instrument and writing and recording every song.

Don’t Miss

The Late Late Toy Show Singalong, 4.45pm, RTÉ One

This should get people in the mood for next Friday’s Toy Show.

Ryan Tubridy presents some of the best Late Late Toy Show musical performances in recent years, with the lyrics appearing across the screen so viewers can join in.

The host also reveals his favourite opening number of all time, from a selection including The Little Mermaid (2017), Beauty and the Beast (2015), Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (2010), Mary Poppins (2013), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2014), The Jungle Book (2016), The Greatest Showman (2018) and Frozen 2 (2019).

Last Singer Standing, 8.20pm, RTÉ One

Four new contestants join the other hopefuls battling it out in a bid to make it to the grand final.

This week's song selection options include everything from Eurovision classics to music from the movies.

Nicky Byrne (above) hosts, with Nadine Coyle, Joey Fatone, and Samantha Mumba offering guidance and industry experience.

Strictly Come Dancing, 6.35pm, BBC One

Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman (below) present the musicals special, with the remaining couples performing routines inspired by some of the most beloved movies and stage shows.

The programme opens with a routine by the professional dancers paying tribute to classic musical Cabaret.

New or Returning Shows

Queen of Speed, 9.00pm, Sky Documentaries

Streaming on NOW

Queen of Speed chronicles the incredible story of one woman’s battle to rise to the top of the male-dominated world of rallying in the 70s and 80s.

From the roads of Monte Carlo to the dirt races in Africa and America, Michèle Mouton defied the odds as she broke her way into the world of motorsport at a time when rallying was at its fastest and most dangerous.

Making history as the first and only woman to win rounds of the FIA World Rally Championship and the last woman to compete in top-level rallying, Mouton’s one of the greatest motorsport drivers of all time.

Classic FM’s Rising Stars with Julian Lloyd Webber, 9.00pm, Sky Arts

Streaming on NOW

Former cellist, conductor and broadcaster Julian Lloyd Webber (above) presents an all-star concert from the 18th-century Grade I listed church LSO St Luke’s, featuring some of today’s brightest classical stars.

Saturday Cinema

Kingsman: The Secret Service, 9.20pm, RTÉ2

This action comedy, based on a comic book, stars Colin Firth, Taron Egerton and Samuel L Jackson.

We need your consent to load this YouTube contentWe use YouTube to manage extra content that can set cookies on your device and collect data about your activity. Please review their details and accept them to load the content.Manage Preferences

A streetwise teenager is taken under the wing of his dead father's old colleague, an agent working for a super-secret spy organisation.

Will the youngster turn out to be a chip off the old block by proving useful during a battle against a twisted, hi-tech genius?

The Third Man, 1.15pm, BBC Two

Carol Reed's atmospheric thriller, written by Graham Greene and starring Joseph Cotten, Orson Welles, Alida Valli and Trevor Howard, is a joy from start to finish.

We need your consent to load this YouTube contentWe use YouTube to manage extra content that can set cookies on your device and collect data about your activity. Please review their details and accept them to load the content.Manage Preferences

American writer Holly Martins goes to post-Second World War Vienna at the invitation of his old friend Harry Lime, only to find he has died.

Once there, the author finds the circumstances surrounding his death fail to add up and goes in search of the truth - but is unprepared for the ugly secrets he uncovers.

Family Flicks

Inside Out, 6.35pm, RTÉ One

Here’s a hugely popular Pixar animated fantasy, with the voices of Amy Poehler and Phyllis Smith.

Inside 11-year-old Riley's head lives a team of five that controls her emotions.

We need your consent to load this YouTube contentWe use YouTube to manage extra content that can set cookies on your device and collect data about your activity. Please review their details and accept them to load the content.Manage Preferences

Led by the eternally upbeat Joy, they have always ensured she lived a happy life - but when Riley's parents move to a new city, she is plunged into depression and the emotions face a crisis that threatens their entire world.

Mary Poppins, 4.20pm, BBC One

We need your consent to load this YouTube contentWe use YouTube to manage extra content that can set cookies on your device and collect data about your activity. Please review their details and accept them to load the content.Manage Preferences

An absolute gem. Disney's musical fantasy based on PL Travers' novel, stars Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke, Glynis Johns, David Tomlinson, Karen Dotrice and Matthew Garber.

A practically perfect Edwardian nanny brings magical fun, laughter and adventure into the humdrum lives of a young brother and sister - much to the alarm of their disciplinarian father.

Click here for TV listings