The Graham Norton Show – BBC 1, 10.35pm
On Graham’s flourescent sofa this week: acting royalty Julie Walters, Chelsea striker Didier Drogba, Jessie J admits to not actually watching The Voice and Simon Amstell talks about new series Grandma’s House.
Maestro at the Opera – BBC2, 9pm
The 2008 series is back and four celebs - Strictly’s Craig Revel Horwood, Radio 1’s Trevor Nelson, mathematician and brainbox Marcus du Sautoy and comedian Josie Lawrence - compete for the chance to conduct an orchestra.
Each contestant is assigned a mentor and gruelling training ensues. Every episode one is eliminated, with the winner - picked by the orchestra itself – going on to conduct one act of a performance at the Royal Opera House.
The Bridge – BBC 4, 9pm
Saturday’s double-bill of the Scandi-crime drama, concentrates on the third of the five social ills - mental illness, with our rogue 'truth terrorist' convincing a bunch of paranoid schizophrenics to carry out his terrible deeds.
Detectives Saga and Martin hope a runaway teenage girl could be the break the case needs, but more importantly, Saga has to socialise, accidentally of course, with her Danish colleague and his family - much to the pleasure of his enraptured son.
The Voice – BBC 1, 7.10pm
Following in the footsteps of Will and Tom, this week it’s Team Jessie and Team Danny’s turn to shed a team member. And this week's controversy - Will.iam's constant tweeting, something he's very proud to defend....
Planet Earth Live – BBC 1, 7:50pm
This new series is a winner. It has all the cinematic beauty and detail of Frozen Planet brought to you in real-time.
Julia Bradbury and Richard Hammond present, with Julia starting off with black bears in North America and Richard with lions in Kenya.
The first of an eight-part series, the next episode is aired on Wednesday – so make sure you tune in.
Here are some wonderful pics to give you a taster...