This weekend take to the night skies for the penumbral solar eclipse! Also there's football, cinema releases, new TV and live music from the Babyshambles.
Lastly don't forget this week Glee pay tribute to Cory Monteith in their new episode, The Quarterback.
Cinema Release: Turbo
He's fast. They're furious.
From the creators of Madagascar, Turbo is a fast moving, funny and inspiring family film about living the dream!
Turbo is a common garden snail who dreams of speed. After a freak accident involving a very fast car, he finds that he has become turbo-charged and can move faster than a rocket. Will this help Turbo achieve his biggest dream - winning the Indy 500?
Starring Ryan Reynolds as the voice of Turbo.
TV: Glee tribute to Cory Monteith - Sky 1, 8.00pm
The Quarterback is the tribute episode to actor Cory Monteith, who sadly died earlier in July.
The New Directions are united in grief after hearing of the sudden death of Finn.
Mr Schue encourages them to remember their friend the best way they can, through song, and former members of the group return to the school to help pay their respects.
Event: Penumbral Lunar Eclipse
A penumbral lunar eclipse will take place on October 18th, 2013, the last of three lunar eclipses in 2013. The eclipse will be visible in the night’s sky to those in Europe, Africa, parts of the Americas, and parts of Asia.
Those in Europe, Africa, and the Near-East will get the best show, as the eclipse will peak during the dark late-night hours. Those in the Americas can still see the eclipse, but given that it will still be relatively light when the eclipse peaks, the view of the moon will not be as clear.
The next significant eclipse — a total lunar eclipse — will be occurring on April 15, 2014.
Live Sport: Premiership Football
Pubs around the country will be filled with footie fans for today’s Premiership games which are scheduled as follows;
Arsenal v Norwich City - 3pm
Everton v Hull City - 3pm
Live Music: Babyshambles
Calendar Club’s home town of Exeter will tonight house the Babyshambles at the University’s venue, The Lemongrove.
The popular band, fronted by Pete Doherty will perform as part of their current tour to mark the release of their new album ‘Prequel to the Sequel’, released September 3.
Babyshambles last tour was back in 2008 so fans have been eagerly awaiting new material and shows. A show not to be missed!
TV: Karl Pilkington The Moaning of Life - Sky1, 9.00pm
Karl Pilkington travels the world in search of answers to some of life's most important questions. Beginning with the topic of marriage, Karl wonders whether he is wrong about not wanting to tie the knot with his long-term girlfriend.
He starts off in Delhi and gains an insight into arranged marriages by going on a date with a prospective wife... and her parents.
Followed by helping a pair of elite wedding planners, gaining insight into a scientific approach to finding the perfect partner in, and searching for an alternative way of getting hitched in Las Vegas.