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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

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

Ministry of Hope (RTE 1, 10.15pm)

In this new series, three chaplains working over three different Irish institutions are documented over a year. They reach out to people when they need it most. In this episode we’re introduced to Margaret Sleator, Philip McKinley, and Catherine Black.

Irish in Wonderland (RTE 2, 9.30pm)

Tonight is full of debuts. In this series, Yasmine Akram meets Irish people who have made a fortune in the likes of America and mainland Europe catering to the filthy rich. Think real estate agents, and helicopter pilots. GLAM.

Unbreakable, True Lives (TV 3, 9pm )

Part two of the series in which four Irish women document their experiences as the victims of sexual crimes. We see how the attacks impacted their lives and their current struggles to come to terms with what happened.


Everyone’s talking about… Channing Tatum on the Late Show

No, not the Late Late Show, the LATE SHOW. James Corden got a lesson from the Magic Mike star during his show last night and it, quite simply, is a must-watch.

Source: The Late Late Show with James Corden/YouTube



Or flick over for…

Seven Days With… (BBC 1, 8pm) It’s like Livin With Lucy, but British. Olympic swimmer Rebecca Adlington is up this week.

Invictus Games 2017 (BBC 2, 8pm) Coverage from the games.

The Supervet (Channel 4, 8pm) Noel Fitzpatrick is back to do some magic.

Educating Greater Manchester (Channel 4, 9pm) The search begins for a head boy and girl.

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