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What to watch on TV tonight: Bank Holiday Monday

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.  

The Flag (RTE 1, 9pm)

Pat Shortt and Moe Dunford team up for this comedy. When a man returns to Ireland for a family funeral, he learns his granddad may have been one of the men who raised the flag over the GPO during the 1916 Rising. Feeling like a bit of a failure, he tries to steal the flag from army barracks in London to restore his family pride.

Eden Paradise Lost (Channel 4, 10pm)

We’ve all heard about this show. Last year, in March, 23 men and women went to live in the remote Highlands, cutting off all communication from the outside world. Creating a new society from scratch wasn’t so easy, with Channel 4 cutting off coverage of the show after the first few months. This is what happened when it all went wrong.

Game of Thrones (Sky Atlantic, 9pm)

SHHH. No spoilers.


Everyone is talking about… THAT moment in Game Of Thrones

Without spoiling anything, there is a new ICONIC moment in tonight’s GoT that the internet just can’t stop talking about.



Or flick over for…

We’re The Millers (RTE 2, 9pm) A drug dealer hires a family to travel to Mexico to pick up drugs to disguse himself as a family man.

Brendan Grace Live (TV 3, 9pm) Because it’s not a bank holiday without it.

World Athletics Championships (BBC 1, 8.30pm) Coverage from the day’s events.

Made in Chelsea, Ibiza (e4, 9pm) Rich people!

Nadiya’s British Food Adventure (BBC 2, 8.30pm) The GBBO winner cooks up a storm.

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