The top iPhone and iPad apps (and maker) on the App Store for the week ending Jan. 26:
v “Minecraft — Pocket Edition”: Mojang
v “Heads Up!”: Warner Bros.
v “Slayin”: FDG Entertainment
v “Afterlight”: Simon Filip
v “Cut the Rope 2”: ZeptoLab UK Limited
“Super Bowl’s Greatest Commercials 2014” (8 p.m., CBS): A look back at and a preview of, let’s face it, the sporting event’s main draw.
“Fleming — The Man Who Would Be Bond” (10 p.m., BBC): This snazzy new four-part miniseries explores the early life of author Ian Fleming, who brought James Bond to life. In the opener, our hero begins work with British naval intelligence.
“Hawking” (10 p.m., PBS): “Hawking” is a new documentary that chronicles the remarkable life and career of British physicist Stephen Hawking. With contributions from the man himself, and plenty of interviews with interesting folks, it basically shows why he’s so much smarter than us.
“American Horror Story: COVEN” (10 p.m., FX): Season 3 concludes with a new Supreme, and it’s not Diana Ross.
TV listings, B6
Chamber orchestra presenting concert
The Dana Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of John Wilcox, will present a concert at 4 p.m. Sunday in Christman Hall at Stambaugh Auditorium, 1000 Fifth Ave.
The program will include the popular St. Paul Suite featuring “Greensleeves” and “The Dargason,” and the Richard Strauss chamber version of the Metamorphosen for Strings. Dana faculty member Cicilia Yudha will be the featured soloist in a performance of Beethoven’s Third Piano Concerto to conclude the concert.
The concert will conclude before 6 p.m., leaving plenty of time to watch the Super Bowl. Tickets are $5 ($4 for students and senior citizens, free with a valid YSU ID) and can be ordered in advance by phone at 330-259-0555.
Latin music show featuring Charleen
Popular Latin recording artist Charleen and her band will appear at Belinda’s Night Club, 9613 Madison Ave., Feb. 15.
The Valentine’s Day performance will run from 10 p.m. until 2:30 a.m. Opening the show will be Cleveland band Grupo Escencia. Admission is $12 ($20 per couple). For information, contact Belinda’s at 216-651-1968.
Flavor Flav in court
A New York judge has released Flavor Flav without bail in his speeding case.
State police say the rapper, whose real name is William Drayton, was speeding and driving without a license en route to his mother’s funeral Jan. 9. The rapper pleaded not guilty Tuesday.
Drayton, who lives in Las Vegas, was accused of driving 79 mph in a 55 mph zone on Long Island. Police say the Long Island native also had a small amount of marijuana.
Drayton had to remove his trademark clock from around his neck to pass through the metal detector.