What's up?  The 10 best TV and streaming tips for Saturday

What’s up? The 10 best TV and streaming tips for Saturday

Angela Scanlon talks with 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. . .

choice of the day

Ask Me Anything by Angela Scanlon, 9.45pm, RTÉ One

Streaming to RTE Player

Guests include broadcaster Anne Robinson, GAA commentator Marty Morrissey and 2FM presenter Carl Mullan.

Anne Robinson will talk about a facelift, why it’s so important for women not to learn how to iron, and reveals some of her most crushing failures. She is also confronted with a spectator who was performing The weakest link and want an apology!

Marty Morrissey will recount how a group of women climbed onto the roof of an outside broadcast van and called his name. He also teaches Robinson a few slingshot moves and tells Scanlon about the time he had temporary global amnesia.

Carl Mullan will be speaking on how to apply to be an a Rose of Tralee More stern than joining MI5, Escort explains how big the laughs are at home, but when his father laughs hard enough he faints.

do not 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 BBC’s 100th anniversary.

Contestants Tony Blackburn, Scott Mills, Maggie Aderin-Pocock, Chris Lintott, Peter Purves, Lindsey Russell, Shanequa Paris, Mobeen Ahzar and Floella Benjamin attempt to find the most unlikely correct answers to a series of questions posed by members of the UK become audience.

New or returning shows

Jimi Hendrix Experience: Music, Money, Madness on Maui, 9 p.m., BBC Two

Documentary about the legendary guitarist and his band’s visit to Hawaii and how they became involved in the ill-fated film Rainbow Bridge, produced by their manager Michael Jeffery.

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

At 10:30 p.m. followed by Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Kid. Bob Smeaton’s film chronicles the guitarist’s life and career through archival footage and clips of his performances.

Father John Misty at 6 Music Festival 2022 00:45 BBC Two

The American singer-songwriter’s concert at St David’s Hall in Cardiff, 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 and Russell Beale star in this thriller written and directed by Graham Moore.

It’s the story of a skilled tailor (Rylance) who must outmaneuver a dangerous group of gangsters in order to survive a fateful night.

Saturday cinema

Recorded at 9:30 p.m., RTE2

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

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An American teenager traveling through Europe is kidnapped by a gang of sex traffickers.

What the kidnappers don’t know, however, is that the girl’s father – played by Neeson – is a former CIA agent who uses all his old skills to search for the criminals and try to rescue his daughter.

Hidden Figures, 6:05 p.m., Channel 4

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

As the space race reaches its climax in the early 1960s, a trio of African-American mathematicians try to overcome prejudice and find work at NASA.

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Their remarkable abilities prove crucial to getting an astronaut into orbit and safely returning them to Earth, but to realize their potential they must overcome deep-seated prejudices in the space program and in society at large.

This is bad timing. If you’ve never seen it, record it and enjoy it at your leisure.

The Equalizer 2, 9:25 p.m., Channel 4

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

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Robert McCall divides his time between driving a cab and mentoring a young man who mingles with an evil gang.

When a CIA friend is murdered, the former black ops agent sets out to avenge her death and ends up struggling to survive in his hurricane-ravaged hometown.

family movie

Despicable Me 3, 7:00 p.m., RTE One

Animated sequel starring Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Trey Parker and Miranda Cosgrove.

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

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FIFA World Cup Live, RTE2

Streaming to RTE Player

Tunisia-Australia (kick-off 10am). Covering the second match of Group D of both teams, taking place at Al-Janoub Stadium, Al Wakrah. The program starts at 9.30 am.

Poland v Saudi Arabia (kick-off 13:00). This clash at Education City Stadium in Al Rayyan kicks off Group C’s second round of play. Previews begin at 12.30pm.

Frenchman Killian Mbappe

Then it’s France versus Denmark (kick-off 4pm). Coverage of the Group D game from the 974 Stadium in Doha begins at 3.30pm.

Finally, there’s Argentina-Mexico (kick-off 19.00). All the action from both teams’ second game of Group C, taking place at Lusail Stadium. The preview begins at 6:30 p.m.

Today’s highlights are at 11:10 p.m.

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