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Here's what to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

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

Image: Ryan McNamara/Channel 4

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

Confessions of a Junior Doctor (Channel 4, 9pm)

This dramatic documentary series kicks off tonight and looks at the huge pressures and demands that junior doctors face in Britain’s NHS. It’ll feature a nervous doctor on her first day desperate not to make any mistakes that could put patients at risks suffer after a dramatic turn with her first patient that was completely out of her control. It shows young doctors struggling through 75 hour work weeks, feeling demoralized by funding cuts that leave them severely overstretched and the reality of the conditions doctors work in.

Ken and Me (TV3, 8pm)

A documentary looking back over the career of Bill Roche, the longest-serving TV soap star in the world known for his role as Ken Barlow in Coronation Street. For any Coronation Street fans it’ll be a nice change to look at how playing this role for over 50 years has affected his own life and the ways in which his character has changed over the years.

How to Live Mortgage Free with Sarah Beeny (Channel 4, 8pm)

Is the secret to this way of life simply being rich and extremely lucky? Let’s hope this isn’t another series that shares “tips and tricks” that involve receiving huge loans and inheriting money from relatives. However it never hurts to get some new ideas on how to budget  and this show will be looking at a number of individuals who have managed to avoid paying a mortgage by building their own homes and living in barges to save themselves paying rent.

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Everybody’s talking about… Netflix making an animated Carmen Sandiego series

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The new series based on the iconic children’s computer game will star Gina Rodriguez (from Jane the Virgin) and look at Carmen Sandiego’s past and what led to her becoming a super thief. It’ll also feature voices by Finn Wolfhard (Mike from Stranger Things). Sounds promising.

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Or flick over for…

Find Me a Home (RTÉ One, 8.30pm) Retired midwife Clíona attempts to sell her Greystones home to offer financial assistance to her first time buyer daughter.

Gogglebox Ireland (TV3, 9pm) Expect Ireland’s most beloved TV critics to check out The Late Late Show’s country special and some more quality Easter telly.

Me and My Dog: The Ultimate Contest (BBC 2, 8pm) A series of tests designed to test dog owner’s abilities to immerse themselves in their dogs world and compete in challenges in a bid to make it to the final. Let’s be real, you had me at dog.

Long Lost Family (Be3, 8pm) Davina McCall and Nicky Campbell help reunite families and track down loved ones lost through the years for various reasons.

Transporter 2 (3e, 10pm) The action movie responsible for Dennis and Mac’s breakup on It’s Always Sunny follows the chauffeur of a kidnapped politician’s son as he risks life and limb to return him to his father.

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