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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

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

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

The Design Doctors (RTÉ One, 8.30pm) 

Interior designers Aoife Rhattigan and Garry Cohn help a single mum give her childhood home a facelift in a bid to make her fall back in love with the property all over again. #DesignDoctors

Inside Job (RTÉ One, 11.30pm)

This Matt Damon narrated documentary examines the 2008 financial crash, and won the Oscar for best documentary to boot. It makes its Irish premiere tonight and will be the talk of Twitter no doubt #InsideJob

Witnesses (Channel 4, 10pm) 

The highly anticipated French drama makes its debut tonight on Channel 4. In French with English subtitles, it tells the tale of a lead detective and a series of interesting findings. #Witnesses

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Everybody’s talking about… Obama saying goodbye to John Stewart last night

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On last night’s show, the Pres dropped in for his final interview on The Daily Show. You can watch it here and Obama says “Jon Stewart can not leave” at the end. Awww.

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Or switch over for…

  • The Devil’s Own (3e, 10pm) Brad Pitt and his questionable Belfast accent aside, this Harrison Ford movie is action-packed and a decent watch
  • Don’t Tell the Bride (BBC One, 8pm) She’s hoping for a “small, elegant” event and he’s planning a movie premiere style wedding. Should be interesting.
  • Storyville: The Whale that Killed (BBC Four, 9.55pm) The excellent Storyville series looks into the tragic tale of a whale at a sea park with a dark side.

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