What’s up? 10 top TV tips for Saturday October 17th

What’s up? 10 top TV tips for Saturday October 17th
What’s up? 10 top TV tips for Saturday October 17th
There’s the Strictly Come Dancing Launch Show, Little Mix The Search has its first performance episode, more Sicilian sniffing with Inspector Montalbano, and some cracking movies for a Saturday night at home at the cinema. . .

Choice of the day

Strictly Come Dancing Launch Show 2020, 19.50 Uhr, BBC One

After Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman watched the best moments of the show for several weeks, they presented the start of Strictly Come Dancing 2020. Should be interesting to see how they present the show in these Covid-19 times.

You will be joined in the ballroom by Judges Motsi Mabuse, Craig Revel Horwood and Shirley Ballas, plus 12 brand new celebrities who promise a night of dance to remember.

In addition to this year’s pairings, there are two spectacular group routines by the Strictly professionals, a very special music performance by Joel Corry and MNEK, and the return of reigning champion Kelvin Fletcher.

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Do not miss

Inspector Montalbano, 9pm, BBC Four

A Swedish film company comes to direct a period drama in Vigata, and of course Augello immediately stages the female lead in the production.

When Montalbano intervenes in a bullying case at a local school, a townsperson asks the inspector to uncover the story behind a collection of mysterious home videos in his dead father’s attic.

Little Mix The Search, 18.50 Uhr, BBC One

Little Mix’s six bands make their debut in the series’ first performance episode, competing for impression and going head-to-head for the first time.

Only five of the hopeful deeds make it to next week and stay in the race for the prize.

New or recurring shows

The Apollo, 21.00 Uhr, Sky Arts & NOW TV

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Discover the unique story of Apollo – one of New York’s most iconic theaters – in this Emmy Award-winning documentary.

See archived footage from some of the most memorable appearances on the Apollo stage over the years, including Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder, The Jackson 5, Jimi Hendrix, and Pharrell Williams. You can also enjoy a fascinating insight into the background of this famous building.

Guy Martin’s war machines, 7:15 p.m., Channel 4

The moderator looks back on engineering projects with military vehicles, including the restoration of a Mark 1 Spitfire and a replica of a tank from the First World War.

Film selection

Iron Man 3, 9pm, RTÉ2

The armored avenger faces a terrorist whose plans include a drug that makes humans indestructible. Superhero adventure sequel with Robert Downey Jr and Gwyneth Paltrow.

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The Shining, 21.15 Uhr, BBC Two

A caretaker tormented by evil spirits rages murderously. Stanley Kubrick’s horror is based on the Stephen King novel starring Jack Nicholson and Shelley Duvall.

Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation, 9:15 p.m., Channel 4

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The agents of the Impossible Mission Force become refugees in order to overthrow a shadowy society of assassins. The sequel to the spy thriller starring Tom Cruise and Jeremy Renner.

Mission: Impossible – Fallout, 21.45 Uhr, RTÉ One

Ethan Hunt, the IMF team and a CIA assassin try to prevent a disaster caused by a group of terrorists. Action thriller sequel starring Tom Cruise.

Family movie

Jumanji: Welcome to the jungle, 6:35 p.m., RTÉ One

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Fantasy action comedy in which four students are drawn into the jungle of a video game. With Dwayne Johnson and Karen Gillan.

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