What's on TV tonight? Shows to watch on Saturday 28 April from Britain's Got Talent to The Keith and Paddy Picture Show

Britain’s Got Talent, 8pm, ITV

This show wouldn’t be the same without Ant and Dec in the wings during the auditions, and the pair continue to amuse us on the sidelines as more of the country’s great and good perform their talents to the judges.

Will anybody be able to top Ant and Dec’s (right) golden buzzer-winning magician Marc Spelmann?

He brought Ant, Amanda Holden and Alesha Dixon to tears (what’s wrong with you, Simon!) with the emotional story about his miracle daughter and her predictions.

And can any dance troupe impress as much as Ashley Banjo’s mini protégés DWJ?

The Keith & Paddy Picture Show, 9.20pm, ITV

The boys just had to tackle Pretty Woman. Keith gives it his all as Vivian, the role made famous by Julia Roberts, even if Paddy wants to gloss over her profession.

Philip Glenister and Louise Redknapp join in the fun, while Amanda Holden plays a snooty Rodeo Drive shop assistant.

Civilisations On Your Doorstep, 9pm, BBC Two

She may have described herself as a “creaky old lady with long grey hair”, but we’re still in love with Mary Beard (above) and the way she makes art and history so accessible.

In this latest part of the Civilisations series, Mary investigates the stories behind extraordinary works of art, such as Egyptian mummies, that live in Britain.

Performance Live! Akala Presents The Ruins of Empires, 10pm, BBC Two

Inject a bit of culture into your Saturday night with this brilliant performance of hip-hop artist Akala’s (below) poem, The Ruins Of Empires, which looks at human history through the eyes
of a “knowledge seeker”.

It may sound deep, but with artists, dancers and actors all part of the crew bringing the verse to life, it’s a feast for the eyes too.

Harry Hill’s Alien Fun Capsule, 7.30pm, ITV

If you were to look up ‘zany’ in the dictionary, you may well find a description for this bonkers panel show.

Which is lucky because we still don’t really understand the concept.

This week, Johnny Vegas, Samantha Giles, Sue Johnston and Jimmy Osmond (l-r) join Harry (centre) for more daft fun.

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