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The timings for shows such as Gladiators and The Masked Singer will be slightly different to normal on Saturday 3rd February as BBC One and ITV1 alter their schedules.

On Saturday 3rd February at 4pm, presented by Gabby Logan, BBC One will be showing live coverage from the Principality Stadium as Wales and Scotland get their Six Nations campaigns under way.

As a result, Gladiators has been pushed back to the later time of 7:10pm, followed by Michael McIntyre's Big Show at 8:10pm and Casualty at 9:10pm. The Weakest Link and Pointless Celebrities will not air this night.

Over on ITV, its primetime programming has been moved half an hour earlier than previous weeks. Wheel Of Fortune will air at 5:25pm, followed by The Masked Singer at 6:25pm and Ant & Dec's Limitless Win at 8pm.

At 9pm, ITV will show a new episode of It'll Be Alright On The Night narrated by David Walliams. It's unclear whether this is a one-off episode or the start of a new series. It will be followed by the penultimate episode of Big Zuu's 12 Dishes In 12 Hours at 10pm.

ITV have been repeating episodes of Bradley & Barney Walsh Breaking Dad and Gordon, Gino And Fred Road Trip in the 9:30pm slot on Saturdays since January due to a gap left by The John Bishop Show not returning and the since-canned project of Emission Impossible after filming was suspended last year.

Episodes of It'll Be Alright On The Night were originally planned for Friday nights in October last year on ITV1, before they were replaced by simulcasts of the Big Brother Live Evictions.

All titles mentioned above will be available on BBC iPlayer and ITVX respectively.


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