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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

Here’s the telly that everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

The Restaurant  (TV 3, 9pm)

Ken Doherty cooks up a storm to impress his mother and wife. Expect cod on  bed of colcannon and curry with… toast. Ah, the Irish way.

Trump, the First 100 Days (BBC 2, 7.30pm)

In case you haven’t felt each and every single one of them, Trump has been President of the United States for 100 days today. Robert Moore takes a look at the difference they’ve made so far.

The Supervet (Channel 4, 8pm)

Noel Fitzpatrick is back! The Irish supervet treats labradoodle Mitzi, after she is hit by a car. Noel also attempts to help German pointer Hector, who is struggling to walk and needs spinal surgery. Prepare your tears.

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Everybody’s talking about… Alison Spittle on Cutting Edge

Comedian Alison Spittle joined Jackie Lavin and Emma Dabiri on Brendan O’Connor’s Cutting Edge last night to discuss issues such as race, gender, and millennials.

But it was this smack down of a tweet that people were REALLY taking about.

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Or flick over for…

Joanna Lumley’s Postcards (BBC 2, 830pm) New series following Lumley as she recalls some of her best adventures.

The Nightly Show with Dermot O’Leary (3e, 11.30pm) Dermot takes the reigns on the celebrity chat show tonight.

Road Riders (BBC 2, 10pm) A look at the lives of the men, women and families of Irish racing families.

Born to Kill (Channel 4, 9pm) A new drama series that follows a teen boy and his struggle with murderous thoughts.

First Dates Ireland (RTE 1, 9.30pm) A look back at the highlights of the first series.

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