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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

DAILYEDGE.IE ROUNDS UP the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow. 

First Dates Ireland (RTE 2, 9.30pm)

Tonight, we have our first ever date carried out using sign language. John Charles is surprised to find that his date Stephen from Dublin is fluent is sign language, as he explains he usually has to communicate with his dates via a mobile phone, sending texts back and forth. Tune in to see if they’re a match.

Operation Transformation (RTE 1, 8.30pm)

We check in with the leaders to see how they’re getting on with their weight and lifestyle transformation.

Rhod Gilbert, Stand Up To Shyness (BBC 2, 9pm)

Comedian Rhod Gilbert opens up about his experience with social anxiety and explores how stand up helped him overcome it. He also looks at ways that might help other people overcome their shyness.

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Everyone’s talking about… Costa Coffee coming to Coronation Street

Fan of the soaps? Costa Coffee just arrived on the pebbles of Corrie and people are already sick of the sight of it.

It’s all a product placement deal, of course, but what of Roy’s Rolls?

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Or flick over for…

Grey’s Anatomy (RTE 2, 10.30pm) The medical drama continues.

Transformation Street (TV 3, 10pm) Following the journeys of people going through gender transitions.

Celebrity Big Brother Eviction (3e, 9pm) Who’s gonna go?

Love and Hate Crime (BBC 1, 10.45pm) A look at the actions of coast guard officer Adrian Loya who broke into an apartment of a married couple and opened fire.

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