Looks like the sun may have disappeared for a while so you may want to know what's happening indoors on the telly box this weekend. Or you know, make plans, whatever, we're breezy.

Here's what you should be watching anyways!


The Late Late Show
RTE1: 9.35pm

There's a bit of an Irish acting legend on The Late Late Show on tonight as Mr Gabriel Byrne himself joins Ryan for the chats on what he's been up to lately. As well as himself, This Morning presenter Christine Bleakley will chat to Ryan about her move to New York with fiancé Frank Lampard and her adventure travelling along the Wild Atlantic Way. She always seems like a nice lady. They still have another two hours to fill after this so we will keep you updated on any more additions we hear about!

*UPDATE: Richard E. Grant has also been added to the lineup.

The Graham Norton Show
BBC1: 10:35pm

It's pretty much an Avengers themed night on The Graham Norton Show as the host invites Avengers: Age of Ultron stars Mark Ruffalo, Jeremy Renner and Elizabeth Olsen on for a chat.... Robert Downey Jr mustn't have been in the mood for interviews anymore. As well as that lot, The Last Leg comedian Josh Widdicombe will be on talking about the new series of the current affairs comedy show, while music will be provided by the legends that are Blur, ahead of the release of their new album The Magic Whip. Lovely!

BBC1: 8.30pm

Final of this year's series tonight where after seven weeks of challenges, the search for the country's best amateur cook reaches its peak. The final three must pull out all the stops for their last three courses and then it's over to judges John Torode and Gregg Wallace to decide which of the trio deserves to succeed last year's victor Ping Coombes and be crowned MasterChef Champion 2015.


The Million Euro Challenge
RTE1: 7.30pm

Yes, we have The Million Euro Challenge as a TV highlight, but there's a good reason. Somebody only goes and wins a million on Saturday night's show, actually €1,018,000 to be precise, the highest amount ever given away on an Irish game show. Take that Winning Streak! The grand prize goes to a taxi driver from Kildare, who apparently wrote a poem a few weeks ago about how he would go on the show and win the million. We need to start writing more poems dammit....

The Saturday Night Show
RTE1: 9.35pm

Brendan O'Connor's days are numbered on The Saturday Night Show so may as well fit in as much awkward banter from the fella as we can until then. It's an alright lineup too as he is joined by former Saturdays singer Una Foden ahead of the The Voice of Ireland final this Sunday. Hector will be on chatting about his latest business adventure and his plans to return to the airwaves, while there will also be some honest-to-God farmers on, chatting about, you guessed it, farming!

Britain's Got Talent
TV3: 8.00pm

It's the third week of the audition show, and so far there has been some pretty impressive acts seen by the judges, and even a few gold buttons pushed. Although a lot of red buttons pushed too. The search continues tonight for judges Simon Cowell, David Walliams, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon as they hope to find the act that will follow in the footsteps of previous winners Collabro, Diversity and of course, Pudsey the Dog.


The Voice of Ireland
RTE: 6.30pm

At long last it's The Voice of Ireland finale, why is it this show seems to drag on forever and eternity? Anyways, it had its moments and God forgive us we do always end up tuning in for at least half an hour or so of a Sunday. Tonight will see the four finalists battle it out to be crowned this year's winner, and hopefully NOT follow in the footsteps of previous winners because we can't name one off the top of our head.

BBC1: 9.00pm

We've got quite used to seeing Aidan Turner's abs of a Sunday evening but sadly this is the last in the current season of Poldark. Don't worry though, it is definitely coming back for another season, the BBC know when they are on to a ratings winner. This finale will see Ross reluctantly forced to fold the smelting company when he no longer can compete with George who's after buying a new ship. However, when the vessel is wrecked on the rocks, Ross exacts his revenge by rallying the local poor to plunder its contents. G'wan the Poldark.

UTV Ireland: 8.00pm

This series of the detective drama comes to an end tonight with the story of dock water Owen Thorne, who plunges from the roof of a car park on the way to pick up his daughter from her school prom, and of course our girl Vera immediately detects foul play. They think they have their guy, but his alibi holds... or does it?? Vera is on the case!

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