There's lots on TV this week, so if you're planning a night in, here's our pick of the best!
The Kids Who Can't Stay Awake
Channel 4, 22.00
We love a good documentary here at SHEmazing! and this one is definitely on our list – telling the stories of three British children and teens who unexpectedly started showing symptoms of narcolepsy, causing them to fall asleep due to certain emotional and physical triggers.
The People's Strictly for Comic Relief
BBC One, 21.00
We've already met the six nominees, Strictly fans with incredible stories who've been selected to appear in the first ever People's Strictly Come Dancing. Tonight's they night they'll take to the ballroom to strut their stuff with their Strictly partners. Len Goodman, Bruno Tonioli, Darcey Bussell and Anton Du Beke will be judging, but their scores are just a guide as the winner will be chosen by public vote and revealed this Friday during Comic Relief.
No Limbs, No Limits
RTÉ One, 22.35
Joanne O'Riordan is one of just 7 people in the world living with the rare condition tetra-amelia syndrome, meaning she was born with no arms or legs – but she has overcome her physical obstacles to campaign for disability funding and awareness with the Taoiseach and the United Nations among others. This documentary follows Joanne on her journey to a UN summit in New York where she will address a group of the most influential women in technology.
The Late Late Show
RTÉ One, 21.35
With Amy Poehler in Dublin this Friday, there's been LOTS of speculation that she'll pop out to Montrose to chat with Ryan Tubridy – we won't be missing it!
Channel 4, 21.00
Expect your Twitter timeline to be full of Bridesmaids quotes this Saturday night! If you haven't seen it (WHAT?!) it stars SNL's hilarious Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy and Rose Byrne. Trust us – just watch it!
Other Voices: Hozier Special
RTÉ 2, 22.50
Ireland's breakout star Hozier is interviewed by Love/Hate's Aiden Gillen and BBC Radio 1 presenter Huw Stephens. He'll be discussing his career, his debut performance at the 2013 Other Voices, and his musical influences. There'll be a few tunes too no doubt!