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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

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

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

My Big Day: Home or Away (RTÉ 2, 9.30)

The first in a new series. A couple are given two wedding planners – one of whom will plan a wedding in Ireland while the other organises a ceremony and reception abroad. But which one will impress the soon-to-be newlyweds?

The Woman with No Face (3e, 10pm)

This documentary tells the story of Tambudzai Makinzi, a model from Cape Town who developed a form of bone cancer which ultimately causes excessive cartilage growth in her face. Viewers will follow Tambudzai as she travels to London where she seeks the help of Professor Iain Hutchison of charity Saving Faces.

Who Speaks for British Muslims? (Channel 4, 8pm)

In the ongoing fight against terrorism, police, local authorities and various other public bodies are attempting to reach out to Muslim groups in the UK, but how much communicating is actually being done? John Ware investigates.


Everyone is talking about… Room To Improve

In one of the most memorable episodes in the show’s history, Dermot Bannon came head to head with school teacher, Katie, who was keen to turn her Tipperary home into the kind of gaf that could rock a hot pink chaise longue.

And it was car crash television.

Let alone not being on the same page style-wise, this pair weren’t even speaking the same language.

And as Dermot and Katie butted heads, and Katie’s husband, Padraig, shuffled awkwardly in the corner, a nation of viewers united against a school teacher with a worrying grá for china teacups.

After months of back and forth, Katie and Dermot finally settled on a home the former was only delighted with, and Dermot frantically wiped the memory of the project from his mind.


Or flick over for…

  • The Tonight Show (TV3, 11pm)
    Ivan Yates and Matt Cooper offer their insight into the day’s biggest news stories.
  • The Duff (E! 9m)
    Comedy starring Mae Whitman and Robbie Amell, a teenager girl seeks to reinvent herself after learning that the entire student body considers her the least attractive pupil in the school.
  • Gypsy Kids: Our Secret World (3e, 12am)
    The second episode in a new series, 12-year-old Ben funds his own flying lessons while Alivia and Alicia face eviction for the second time in a year.
  • The Queen: Her Commonwealth Story (BBC One, 9pm)
    The history of Elizabeth II’s relationship with the Commonwealth is analysed in a documentary hosted by George Alagiah.

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