Angela Scanlon talks to Anne Robinson, Marty Morrissey and Carl Mullan, Pointless returns with a star-studded special, There's Jimi Hendrix Experience: Music, Money, Madness in Maui, Father John Misty and more World Cup action . . .

Pick of the Day

Angela Scanlon's Ask Me Anything, 9.45pm, RTÉ One

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Broadcaster Anne Robinson, GAA commentator Marty Morrissey and 2FM presenter Carl Mullan are guests.

Anne Robinson is set to talk about getting a facelift, why it's so important for women not to learn how to iron, and she reveals some of her most scathing put-downs. She's also confronted by an audience member who appeared on The Weakest Link and wants an apology!

Marty Morrissey will recount the time a bunch of women climbed onto the roof of an outside broadcast van chanting his name, he also teaches Robinson a few hurling moves and tells Scanlon about the time he had transient global amnesia.

Carl Mullan will chat about how applying to be a Rose of Tralee escort is more stringent than joining MI5, and explains how laughter is big at home, but, if his dad laughs hard enough he faints.

Don't Miss

Pointless Celebrities, 5.30pm, BBC One

Alexander Armstrong and Richard Osman present a special edition of the star-studded general knowledge quiz to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the BBC.

Contestants Tony Blackburn, Scott Mills, Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Chris Lintott, Peter Purves, Lindsey Russell, Shanequa Paris, Mobeen Ahzar and Floella Benjamin try to come up with the least likely correct answers to a series of questions posed to members of the UK public.

New or Returning Shows

Jimi Hendrix Experience: Music, Money, Madness in Maui, 9.00pm, BBC Two

Documentary about the legendary guitarist and his band's visit to Hawaii and how they became ensnared with ill-fated movie Rainbow Bridge, which was produced by their manager Michael Jeffery.

Featuring footage of performances by the band and interviews with bassist Billy Cox and drummer Mitch Mitchell, as well as Warner Brothers executives and several Rainbow Bridge cast members and director Chuck Wein

Followed at 10.30pm by Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child. Bob Smeaton's film charts the life and career of the guitarist using archive footage and clips of his performances.

Father John Misty at 6 Music Festival 2022, 12.45am, BBC Two

The American singer-songwriter's concert at St David's Hall in Cardiff, when he was accompanied by the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.

New to Stream

The Outfit, Sky Cinema & NOW

Mark Rylance, Dylan O’Brien, Zoey Deutch, Johnny Flynn, Nikki Amuka-Bird Sand imon Russell Beale star in this thriller written and directed by Graham Moore.

It’s the tale of an expert tailor (Rylance) who must outwit a dangerous group of mobsters in order to survive a fateful night.

Saturday Cinema

Taken, 9.30pm, RTÉ2

Here’s the movie that turned Liam Neeson into an unlikely macho hero on the big screen.

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An American teenager travelling through Europe is abducted by a gang of sex traffickers.

But what the kidnappers do not realise is that the girl's father – played by Neeson - is a former CIA agent, who employs all his old skills as he searches for the criminals and tries to rescue his daughter.

Hidden Figures, 6.05pm, Channel 4

Fact-based drama, starring Taraji P Henson, Octavia Spencer, Janelle Monae and Kevin Costner.

As the space race reaches fever pitch in the early 1960s, a trio of female African-American mathematicians attempt to overcome prejudice and find work with NASA.

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Their remarkable skills prove vital in getting an astronaut into orbit and bringing him safely back to Earth, but to realise their potential they must overcome deep-seated prejudice in the space programme and society as a whole.

This is on at a bad time. If you haven’t seen it before, record it and enjoy it at your convenience.

The Equalizer 2, 9.25pm, Channel 4

Action thriller sequel, starring Denzel Washington, Pedro Pascal and Ashton Sanders. It’s much better than the first Equalizer film and worth a look.

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Robert McCall divides his time between cab driving and looking after a young man who is mixing with a bad crowd.

When a CIA friend is murdered, the former black ops agent sets out to avenge her death, and winds up fighting for survival in his hurricane-battered home town.

Family Flick

Despicable Me 3, 7.00pm, RTÉ One

Animated sequel, with the voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Trey Parker and Miranda Cosgrove.

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Dismissed from the Anti-Villain League after botching a mission, Gru sets off to meet his long-lost twin brother for one final criminal mission.

World Cup Watch

FIFA World Cup Live, RTÉ2

Streaming on RTÉ Player

Tunisia v Australia (Kick-off 10.00am). Coverage of both sides' second Group D match, which takes place at Al Janoub Stadium in Al Wakrah. The programme starts at 9.30am.

Poland v Saudi Arabia (Kick-off 1.00pm). The second round of fixtures in Group C gets under way with this clash at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan. Preview begins at 12.30pm.

France's Killian Mbappé

After that, it’s France v Denmark (Kick-off 4.00pm). Coverage of the Group D match from Stadium 974 in Doha begins at 3.30pm.

Finally there’s Argentina v Mexico (Kick-off 7.00pm). All the action from both teams' second Group C match, which takes place at Lusail Stadium. Preview begins at 6.30PM.

Today’s highlights are at 11.10pm.

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