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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.  

Live UEFA Champions League (TV3, 7.30pm)

Football is back with a bang and tonight sees Liverpool kick off their Champions League campaign with a match against German side Hoffenheim.

Child Genius (Channel 4, 8pm)

Day two of Child Genius sees more improbably bright children go head to head in a series of challenges in a bid to be crowned the smartest kid in Britain. Seriously, these children will put you to shame.

Flights from Hell: Caught on Camera (Channel 4, 9pm)

A documentary about people behaving badly on planes that will make you feel a whole lot better about your bad travel experiences.

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Everyone’s talking about… The Mooch

Anthony Scaramucci appeared on  Late Night with Stephen Colbert last night and it was exactly as weird as you’d expect. Scaramucci discusseed the Trump administration and the weekend’s events in Charlotteville.

His walk on music? Bohemian Rhapsody. (“Scaramucci, Scaramucci, can you do the fandango?”)

Source: Daily Politics News/YouTube

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Or flick over for…

  • Seven Days in Summer (Countdown to Partition) (BBC Two, 9pm) A programme about India and Pakistan’s partition.
  • Quacks (BBC Two, 10pm) A comedy about Victorian medics. How novel!
  • The Leftovers (Sky Atlantic, 10.10pm) The last ever episode airs on Sky Atlantic tonight.
  • Lone Survivor (Film Four, 9pm) Navy Seal drama starring Mark Wahlberg.

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