Richard Arnold's Armchair Guide - September 4

Britain's Got Talent - Saturday, 8pm on ITV, then available on the ITV Hub.

Following the auditions in Spring, BGT is back for the semi-finals and grand finale.

Ant and Dec will host the semi-finals whilst Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams will be joined by Ashley Banjo at the judges’ desk. Eight contestants will perform in each semi-final and the judges will choose one act to go through. The second finalist will then be chosen via the public vote when the episode airs. 

Piers Morgan's Life Stories - Saturday, 10pm on ITV, then available to watch on the ITV Hub.

Vinnie Jones joins Piers Morgan for an intimate Life Stories special, ten years on from his first appearance on the show.

Vinnie opens up about how his life has changed irrevocably in that time, as he comes to terms with grieving for the loss of his wife, Tanya. Vinnie also looks back at some of the highlights of his football and movie careers and how he is hoping to help other people, particularly men, to cope with grief and what the future now holds. 

Soccer Aid for Unicef - Sunday, 6.30pm on ITV, then available to watch on the ITV Hub.

An England team of celebrities and footballing legends including Wayne Rooney, Olly Murs and Joel Dommett will go head to head with the Soccer Aid World XI featuring Harry Redknapp, Jason Manford and Mo Gilligan in aid of leading children’s charity Unicef.

Dermot O’Leary and Kirsty Gallacher host the pre-match build-up and all the action live from Old Trafford.

Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? - Monday, 9pm on ITV, then on the ITV Hub where all episodes are available to watch.

The one and only million-pound quiz is back for a brand new series.

You're in for a treat as a contestant will win the jackpot for the first time in 14 years. The episode will be available to watch on the ITV Hub along with all the episodes of the nailbiting gameshow.

TOWIE Turns 10: All Back to Essex - Sunday, 9pm on ITVBe, but you can rewatch the previous series on the ITV Hub.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Essex based reality TV show, viewers will be treated to a special series celebrating a decade of all things TOWIE.

A number of familiar faces will be returning to the show, including Joey Essex, Amy Childs and Nicole Bass.

The Masked Singer - Streaming now on BritBox.

As the nights draw in and the temperatures dip, why not settle down to watch the whole series of The Masked Singer.

Watch as Rita Ora, Davina McCall, Jonathan Ross and co try and guess which celebrity is behind the mask after their gripping performances.