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TV tonight: Saturday night's what to watch on the box

By The Citizen  |  Posted: January 25, 2014

Piers Brosnan stars in Die Another Day

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TV's top picks for Saturday January 25

There are fairly slim pickings for a Saturday night in. But a couple of good films on for the family...


7pm - 8.15pm - The Voice

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Third round of the blind auditions - always the best bit. And if you don't like the singing, you can always watch Kylie's face to see if any muscles actually move...


4.10pm - 6.20pm - Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang (2010)

Amusing comedy film starring Emma Thompson as the wacky Nanny in the sequel to the popular 2005 film

8.15pm - 9.30pm - Take Me Out

The popular dating game show is now in its sixth season, would you believe. The format is looking a bit tired but Paddy McGuinness keeps trotting out his 'let the flip see the flop'- style quotes. Blind Date lasted for 18 years. Pray God this show doesn't.

9.30pm - 10.30pm - Jonathan Ross Show

The smug host welcomes actor Robert Lindsay and comedian Rufus Hound, who are about to star together in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels in the West End, and stand-up comedian Seann Walsh to his green room. Also on the sofa are rapper Tinie Tempah and X Factor winner Sam Bailey and both will perform their latest singles.

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9.30pm - 10.30pm - Celebrity Big Brother

If you haven't tuned in yet this series, where have you been? There has been hot tub action, under the duvet action, arguing action, plenty of cat fight action... Now Linda Nolan has gone, her scrapping with Jim Davidson is also at an end. But will Lee Ryan give into temptation with model Casey? Who will Luisa stir up next? And will Made In Chelsea star Ollie Locke burst into tears yet again?


8.15pm - 10.30pm The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008)

Cranham star William Moseley performs Peter Pevensie as he and his siblings are summoned back to the magical land of Narnia to find centuries have passed in their absence. War is now brewing, and the young heroes must help Prince Caspian, the rightful king of Narnia, to overthrow his cruel uncle and reclaim the throne.


9pm - 11.45pm - Die Another Day (2002)

Easy viewing with this Piers Brosnan Bond film which sees Bond suspended from duty after being taken hostage in North Korea. Naturally he goes against orders to track down those who betrayed him. During the pursuit of the terrorist he was investigating before his capture, he discovers a connection with a British billionaire who has constructed a devastating weapon


9pm - 11.15pm - Terminator Salvation (2009)

Something for Sci-fi loving gents and Christian Bale-loving ladies here. Resistance leader John Connor fights to stop the creation of an advanced new terminator and searches for the teenager destined to go back in time and become his father. It's an underrated film... apparently.

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