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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

Here are the shows that will be on your Twitter timeline later.

The Titanic engines under the sea.
The Titanic engines under the sea.
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EVERY WEEKDAY lunchtime, DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Titanic Belfast: City of a Thousand Launches (RTE One, 10.15pm) examines the legacy that the Titanic and ship-building had on Belfast through various lenses and down its history. Well worth a flick if you’re a history buff. Or if you just love the movie  either, eh? #titanicbelfast

My Social Network Stalker: True Stories (RTE 2, 9.30pm) is a documentary following the story of Ruth Jeffery who was stalked for years, with racy photos of her put up on adult websites and distributed to family and friends. Worst part? It turned out to be her boyfriend. #truestories

The Good Wife (RTE One, 11.20pm) returns to Irish television. We have heard from reliable sources, those cheeky streaming divils, that this is the best run of the series yet. It’s going from strength to strength – make sure to catch it. #thegoodwife

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Everybody is talking about: #Brian Dowling

Brian Dowling is going to be the face of TV3′s Saturday night telly. The former Big Brother housemate, well-loved for his star turns in pantos of late, has been confirmed as the host of the station’s new show Sitting On A Fortune.

Sitting On A Fortune will see three couples take turns to sprint to the games area to take on a fiendish puzzle. All the time they’re away from their chair, their rivals earn money. Forget the format – we’re looking forward to Brian’s bitchy comments.

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Or switch over for…

  • My Granny The Escort (Channel 4, 10pm) is another one of the station’s well-known shock docs. 
  • Food Inspectors (BBC One, 8pm) are investigating bacon this week. Yep. Must-see.
  • Super Garden (RTE One, 8.30pm) sees the show out the last in the series.
  • Hawaii Five Oh (Sky One, 8pm) is on, if you’re in the mood for a reboot.
  • Meet The Police Commissioner (Channel 4, 8pm) does exactly what it says on the tin. 

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