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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about.

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

Spencer, Vogue and Baby Too (E4, 9pm)

It kicked off to rave reviews from viewers, and tonight we reach the third episode in the series. Vogue and her husband, Spencer, are busy organising a naming ceremony for baby Theodore, but will a charity boxing match threaten to get in the way of preparations? 

A Year of British Murder (Channel 4, 9pm)

In 2017, 768 people died in Britain as a result of manslaughter or murder. Averaging at 14 people a week between January 1st and December 31st, this documentary seeks to establish what these figures suggest about modern Britain. With focus on the victims’ families as they navigate the judicial system in the aftermath, A Year of British Murder shines a spotlight on individual cases, and their implications as a whole.

Panorama (BBC One, 8.30pm)

In the 1990s, 450 patients at Gosport War Memorial Hospital had their lives cut short. An official enquiry established that a number were given fatal doses of painkillers, and tonight, Richard Bilton examines the cases and challenges those at its centre.


Everyone is talking about… Gillian Anderson

Whether you know her from The Fall or The X Files, it may come as a surprise to learn that Gillian Anderson is now set to play one of Britain’s most famous leaders; Margaret Thatcher.

The actress is said to be appearing as the former Prime Minister in the fourth season of Netflix’s The Crown.

And by the sound of things, people are conflicted.



Or switch over for…

  • One Deadly Weekend in America (RTÉ 2, 11.25pm) A look at America’s problematic relationship with firearms.
  • Don’t Tell The Bride (E4, 10pm) We have a Halloween-themed ceremony on our hands here.
  • Mission Impossible 2 (Sky One, 9pm) An action film of a Monday night, you know yourself.
  • Manhunt (Virgin Media One 9pm) The final instalment in the highly-acclaimed three-part series airs tonight.

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