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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

The TV everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

Image: RTE 2 rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow. 

First Dates Ireland (RTE 2, 9.30pm)

The highlight of our lives. Tuesday is the new Friday when it comes to TV excitement. Tonight, we meet Denise and Stephen, who look like an extremely suited pairing. We also meet Tara, a Cavan woman who lost her partner and baby girl back in 2012. It’ll be a sad one. Lawson, the dapper lad from last week who got stood up, is back for a second go.

Operation Transformation (RTE 1, 8.30pm)

Three of the leaders take to the scales to see how their new lifestyle is treating them. Why are their journeys so captivating?

What In The World? (RTE 1, 11.10pm)

In this new series, Peader King goes to Brazil to meet with the young people affected by crime in Sao Paulo. According to the United Nations, a young black man dies every 23 minutes in Brazil, with they are 12 times more likely to be killed than their white counterparts. King meets with some of the people affected by the violence.


Everyone’s talking about… First Dates

What else? Here’s a preview clip of tonight’s episode:


Or switch over for…

Grey’s Anatomy (RTE 2, 10.30pm) The drama continues.

Long Lost Family (TV 3, 9pm) If you fancy a cry.

Celebrity Big Brother (3e, 9pm) You know the drill by now.

Survivors (BBC 1, 10.40pm) More accounts from survivors caught in the Troubles.

Working Class White Men (Channel 4, 10pm) This documentary from Professor Green finishes up.

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