Britain's Got Talent

18th May
7.30pm on Saturday 18th May (1 hour 20 minutes) on ITV.

Ant and Dec host as more performers take to the stage to try to impress judges Bruno Tonioli, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon and secure their place in the live semi-finals, with the ultimate prize a life-changing 250,000 in cash and a spot on the bill of the Royal Variety Performance.

 

Bradley Walsh: Comedy Legends (Rpt)

18th May
11pm on Saturday 18th May (1 hour 30 minutes) on Channel 5.

Bradley explores the world of stand-up, talking about his own experiences before celebrating the routines and comedians that influenced him as well as those he thinks are geniuses, from Tommy Cooper and Bob Monkhouse to Caroline Aherne and Lee Mack. Bradley also explores the shock tactics of Jimmy Carr and the storytelling prowess of Billy Connolly and Victoria Wood.

 

Randall and Hopkirk (Deceased) (Rpt)

22nd May

10pm on Wednesday 22nd May (1 hour) on Great TV.

That's How Murder Snowballs. Series 1, episode 5. Jeff enlists the help of ghostly partner Marty to find out who switched a stage magician's blank bullets for the real thing, turning a harmless illusion into a horrific and highly public killing. Comedy drama, starring Mike Pratt, Kenneth Cope and Annette Andre.

 

When 80s TV Goes Horribly Wrong (Rpt)

24th May

11.30pm on Friday 24th May (1 hour 55 minutes) on Channel 5.

Anita Dobson narrates this look back at some 1980s TV moments that many celebrities would rather forget. Footage includes a halloween stunt that went wrong for magician Paul Daniels, Des O'Connor's bite on the nose from Elaine Paige's pooch, and some less-than-perfect TV-am moments from Chris Tarrant and Timmy Mallett.

 

Britain's Got Talent

25th May
7.30pm on Saturday 25th May (1 hour 25 minutes) on ITV.

Ant and Dec host as more performers take to the stage to try to impress judges Bruno Tonioli, Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon and secure their place in the live semi-finals, with the ultimate prize a life-changing 250,000 in cash and a spot on the bill of the Royal Variety Performance.

 

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