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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

Here’s the telly that everyone will be talking about tomorrow. rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

The Restaurant (TV 3, 9pm)

Columnist and broadcaster Ciara Kelly is in the kitchen tonight. She’s making wild mushroom risotto for Marco Pierre White and his critic friends. Simple.

The Supervet (Channel 4, 8pm)

Irish vet Noel Fitzpatrick is back and saving more animals lives. This week, we meet an overweight boxer, a pug that needs emergency spinal surgery, and a dog with hip dysplasia. There will be tears.

Who Should We Let In? (BBC 1, 7.30pm)

This Panorama investigation addresses concerns about immigration and how the system might work in Britain after Brexit. Nick Robinson examines the NHS and Leave voters’ wishes and desired immigration policies.


Everybody’s talking about… mean musician tweets

We all love Jimmy Kimmel getting celebrities to read out mean tweets.

This latest music edition is just as great. It includes Niall Horan, TLC, Fall Out Boy, and more.

Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live/YouTube


Or flick over for…

Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie (RTE 1, 9.35pm) If you want to punish yourself.

One Born Every Minute (RTE 2, 10.45pm) Life at Liverpool’s women’s hospitals and the women who are there to give birth.

Inside KFC, the Billion Dollar Chicken Shop (3e, 9pm) A new series that looks at the fast food chain in depth.

My Hotter Half (e4, 7.30pm) Two people go up against each other to find out who is better looking.

Don’t Tell the Bride (e4, 9pm) The British version of the show includes a Wild West theme tonight.

American Crime Story, the Assassination of Gianni Versace (BBC 1, 9pm) The retelling continues.

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