Get your weekend started with a host of Stevie Wonder imitators, a helping of sci-fi horror and some fast-paced county cricket.
'Sings Stevie Wonder' 9pm, BBC Four
The man himself might be inimitable, but plenty of people have tried over the years. This clip show includes footage of a host of famous names having a crack at a Stevie Wonder classic, including Cilla Black, Dionne Warwick, The Osmonds, Art Garfunkel, India Arie and James Morrison.
Ed Sheeran is also on hand to play tribute to the great man. If this gets you in the mood, tomorrow sees Wonder play a sell-out concert in London's Hyde Park. All the tickets may have gone, but we're sure you'll be able to hear Superstition, Isn't She Lovely and all the other classics from somewhere nearby.
'Prometheus' 9pm, Film4
Ridley Scott returns to the 'Alien' universe 30 years after the original with this, a precursor to one of the best sci-fi horror films of all time.
Of course it can't match the original in terms of chills – what can? – but there's still fun to be had, courtesy of the all-star cast that includes Idris Elba, Charlize Theron and Michael Fassbender.
They're the crew of a spacecraft sent out to find an extraterrestrial race that may hold the secrets of the origins of mankind. As you can expect, things don't go quite according to plan, with other motives for the mission starting to emerge, and an unexpected welcome once they land on a faraway planet. It's not vintage Scott, but still worth a watch.
'Live NatWest T20 Blast Cricket' 6pm, Sky Sports 2
Surrey take on Somerset in the South Division match, broadcast live from The Oval in London. Both teams have had impressive seasons, so expect a fiery encounter in a battle to reach the knockout stages.
If you're yet to experience Twenty20, it's a lot faster-paced than normal cricket, with each team having only one inning each consisting of a maximum of 20 overs. Games typically last about three hours.