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What to watch this weekend.

Strictly: The Best Of...

Saturday, 7:30pm, BBC One

A selection of the nation's favourite moments from themed weeks on Strictly, beginning with Movies. Hosted by Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman, each special will see the judges - Craig Revel Horwood, Motsi Mabuse, Shirley Ballas and Bruno Tonioli - as well all the Strictly professional dancers and special guests, reminisce about the iconic dances, the high-octane group numbers and the standout moments from the movie-themed weeks over the years.

Britain's Got Talent

Saturday, 8pm, ITV

Ant and Dec host the third semi-final of this year's talent contest, making a return to screens following the auditions episodes broadcast in the spring. Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon, David Walliams and Ashley Banjo are on the judging desk, as the acts that impressed them the most return, including the golden buzzer acts - singer Fayth Ifil, comedian and singer Jon Courtney, choir Sign Along With Us, comedian Nabil Abdulrashid, and mother and daughter singing duo, Honey and Sammy. Eight acts perform in each semi-final, with two finalists selected by the judges and the votes of viewers.

Just One Night

Sunday, BBC Three

After a successful pilot, Just One Night is back for a full series ( 6 x 30) on BBC iPlayer. A dating show with a difference, one couple, whose relationship is in need of help, date someone new for one night only. They’ll then decide if they’re going to stick together or split forever.

This series was filmed before the Government and medical guidelines for coronavirus were implemented.

Family Fortunes

Sunday, 8pm, ITV

Gino D'Acampo takes over hosting duties on this revamped version of the popular game show, which sees two families trying to guess the answers to survey-based questions posed to 100 people. And for anyone who hasn't seen it, the family who score the most points go through to the final round, where they play for the a £30,000 jackpot.


Sunday, 9pm, BBC One

Douglas and Connie Petersen look forward to a holiday of a lifetime, touring Europe with their teenage son Albie before he leaves home for university. However, the trip soon becomes a desperate quest to save the couple's marriage. The holiday begins in Paris, where Douglas and Connie struggle to hide the tension between them from Albie, who's already less-than-thrilled to be backpacking with his parents. On the family's first night abroad, Albie exchanges an evening spent with his mum and dad for time alone on the streets of Paris with his guitar. Drama based on the novel by David Nicholls. Starring Tom Hollander, Saskia Reeves and Tom Taylor.


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