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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

This is the TV everyone will be talking about tomorrow. rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow. 

Extraordinary Teens: My Gay Life (Channel 4, 10.00pm)

Billy realised he was gay aged seven, and by 11 felt confident enough to appear dressed as Lady Gaga at Brighton’s Gay Pride, where he was spotted by a documentary producer. He has been filming himself ever since. Now 17, Billy reveals the story of what life was like for him and his family as he developed.

Scott & Bailey (RTÉ One, 11.00pm)

If you’re looking to fill the Doctor Foster-shaped hole in your life left by Suranne Jones, she’s back being a badass copper. In tonight’s opening episode of the new series, Rachel steps up to acting DI on a case that becomes bigger and more sinister than it first seemed. Meanwhile, Janet is glad of Rachel’s return, having not known how much she was going to need her friend.

Finding Me A Family (Channel 4, 9.00pm)

There are over 2,000 children in England in care, waiting to be adopted. Kids in sibling groups, some older than five, or from different ethnic backgrounds, or with additional needs, or several of the above, struggle the most with finding families. Many adopters have traditionally preferred babies or toddlers. So what if prospective parents were to meet face to face with children waiting to be adopted? Here cameras follow adoption activity days organised by the children’s charity Coram. It’s a party that could change the lives of both the kids and the adopters.

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Everyone's talking about: James Kavanagh

James Kavanagh has been announced as the host of Ireland's Got Talent's sister show, Ireland's Got Mór Talent (see what we did there?)

He'll be hosting alongside Xposé's Glenda Gilson, and has confirmed that judge Michelle Visage is *actually* a gas bitch. Thank God.

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Or flick over for ...

  • Kirstie's Homemade Christmas (Channel 4, 8.00pm) If you fancy feeling inferior this festive season!
  • After the Headlines - Charlie Bird (RTÉ Two, 9.35pm) What happens to the news after it stops being news?
  • Neven's Christmas Menu (RTÉ One, 7.00pm) Some dinner inspo, if you fancy.
  • The Man With The Golden Gun (ITV4, 10.05pm) The name's Bond, is it? And who's he when he's at home?

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