There will be tears aplenty tonight as the search for this year’s Britain´s Got Talent winner reaches its nail-biting climax as the British public crown their champion for 2015.
The series has seen even more of the good, the bad, the weird and the wonderful and has showcased the best talent on offer, from singers and magicians to dancers and comedians. The final 10 acts now go head-to-head as they make one last attempt to capture the public’s hearts and votes. The lucky winner will receive a cash prize of 250,000 pounds and a guaranteed slot at this year’s Royal Variety Performance.
Who will be crowned the winner? It is now up to Britain to decide.
If you´re looking for a bit of historical drama, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell on bbc 1 sees Jonathan Strange accesses ancient and troubling magic as he fights the Napoleonic armies, while Mr Norrell battles to keep his secrets hidden from Arabella and the increasingly disturbed Lady Pole.
In Armada: 12 Days to Save England, Anita Dobson stars as Elizabeth I, and Dan Snow takes to the sea to tell the story of how england came within a whisker of disaster in summer 1588.
Using newly discovered documents, Dan relives the fierce battles at sea and looks behind the scenes in the royal court of Elizabeth as the Spanish fleet prepares for full-on invasion.