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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.
Mar 4th 2019, 12:30 PM 6,614 0

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

Louis Theroux, The Night in Question (BBC 2, 9pm)

Louis examines sexual violence in US colleges, and what is currently being done to curb it. Louis travels to notorious college campuses and interviews those accused of sexual crimes, as well as the victims. 

Fleabag (BBC 1,  10.35pm)

Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s excellent comedy returns for a new series. Fleabag attends a dinner with her family to celebrate her father’s engagement, where she meets an intriguing priest played by Andrew Scott. Olivia Colman will also be making an appearance, what’s not to love? 

Bordering on Brexit (RTE 1, 9.35pm)

A look at the lives of citizens living both side of the border, as they watch Brexit negotiations unfold. 

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Everyone’s talking about… Dancing With the Stars 

If you missed it last night, Denis Bastick was eliminated from the show. The former Dublin footballer performed a paso doble to Carnivale de Paris, but were down to the final two with Cleila Murphy and was ultimately sent home. 

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At least he still has those All Ireland’s under his belt.

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Or switch over for… 

 

The Looming Tower (RTE 2, 9.30pm) New series about the efforts of the CIA and FBI to take down Al-Qaeda in the late nineties. 

Who Wants to be a Millionare? (Virgin Media One, 9pm) Jeremy Clarkson presents. 

This Time With Alan Partridge (BBC 1, 9.30pm) The second episode of Alan’s new show. 

Dispatches (Channel 4, 8pm) A look at knife crime in Britain. 

Celebs Go Dating (e4, 9pm) Weirdly entertaining, sorry. 

 

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