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What to watch on TV tonight: Friday

You made it to Friday! Congrats.

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

The Big Narstie Show (Channel 4, 11.05pm)

Stars of Love Island Jack, Alexandra, Samira, Rosie and Eyal join the the grime MC and co-host Mo Gilligan. Plus Jonathan Ross, Katherine Ryan, Iain Stirling, Stefflon Don and KSI also help discuss the week’s news, TV and trends. Last in the series.

Runaway Bride (RTÉ Two, 9.00pm)

A disreputable journalist hopes to get his ailing career back on track by writing an article about a commitment-shy woman famed for ditching bridegrooms at the altar – but complications arise when the pair meet on the eve of her latest attempt at marriage. Romantic comedy, starring Julia Roberts and Richard Gere, with Joan Cusack, Hector Elizondo and Rita Wilson.

Room 101: Extra Storage (BBC One: 11.05pm)

An extended version of the comedy panel show in which Frank Skinner invites comedian Jimmy Carr, writer Steven Moffat and singer Rochelle Humes to express their anger over individuals, events and objects that upset them, hoping to curry the host’s favour and see them consigned to oblivion. Their gripes include sandy beaches, other people’s opinions and being Scottish.

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Everyone’s talking about: The Great British Bake-Off

A sneak peek at the ninth series was unveiled this week, featuring bunny-shaped cupcakes, Yorkshire puddings and scones singing along to, eh, Christina Aguilera’s ‘Beautiful’.

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Or flick over for…

  • Stan Lee’s Lucky Man (Sky Atlantic, 9.00pm) Harry teams up with a master thief to break into the police station and wipe his prints from the gun
  • Lock Up (TV3, 9.00pm) Thriller, starring Sylvester Stallone, Donald Sutherland, Darlanne Fluegel and Tom Sizemore.
  • Rhod Gilbert’s Work Experience (BBC Two, 11:05pm) New series. The comedian tries his hand at being a classical musician with the help of the BBC National Orchestra of Wales.
  • Horns (Channel 4, 12:35am) Horror based on Joe Hill’s novel, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Juno Temple.

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