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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

The telly everyone will be on about in work tomorrow.

DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

The Young Offenders (RTÉ 2, 9.30pm)

The season finale of the hit show sees Conor and Jock embark on a wild bus ride with the guards in hot pursuit.

My Baby’s Life: Who Decides? (Channel 4, 9pm)

The first in a two-part documentary. The programme follows the parents of children in Southampton Hospital’s Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, and the heartbreaking decisions they must make about their child’s future.

Young Sheldon (E4, 8.30pm)

After choking on a sausage, Sheldon begins to fear solid food. On a lighter note, he also discovers his first ever comic book.

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Everyone’s talking about… Cutting Edge

This first episode of the new series kicked off last night.

Host Brendan O’Connor was joined by Maia Dunphy, Jennifer O’Connell and Niall Boylan, with discussion focussing on homelessness and Mother and Baby homes.

Indeed, Niall went on to share his own experience of the latter in 1960s Ireland.

And if Twitter is anything to go, emotions ran high in viewers’ households as they watched the panelists share their views, and discuss the issues on the table.

Even Maia ended up in weighing in in the aftermath, with Niall responding and assuring her that remarks she made about the church gave him the courage to discuss his experience.

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Or flick over for…

  • The Gardaí: Policing Paddys (TV3, 9pm)
    With more than 100,000 revellers expected to fill the capital’s streets over the St Patrick’s Day weekend, an Gardaí Siochana have their work cut out for them.
  • Four Days That Shook Britain (UTV, 9pm)
    This documentary focusses on terror attacks which took place across Britain in 2017, and gives a voice to the people directly affected by the incidents.
  • Just Go With It (Comedy Central, 9pm)
    2011 comedy starring Nicole Kidman, Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler. A plastic surgeon finds himself in a web of lies when his philandering ways catch up with him.
  • Location, Location, Location (Channel 4, 8pm)
    The first in a new series, Kirstie and Phil set out to help first-time buyers, Tom and Timna, while second couple, Rich and Kirstie, contemplate a move back up north from the British capital.

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