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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday
Here are the shows that’ll be on your Twitter timeline later.

EVERY WEEKDAY lunchtime, rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Living The Wildlife (RTÉ One, 7.oopm) 

Did you know about the terrifying beasts living in the woods of Tipperary? Well the last episode in the current series of Living The Wildlife is going to tell us all about the hairy wood ant and the other mini creatures that battle to survive on the woodland floor. Beautifully shot and fascinating.

Sister Act (E4, 8.00pm) 

“I will follow Hiiiiim, follow Him wherever HEEEEE MAY GOOOOOOOO”. Get practising your scales in time for E4′s Tuesday treat of Sister Act. We bow before you Sister Mary Clarence. #SisterAct

Later Live… with Jools Holland (BBC Two, 10.00pm) 

Now in its 44th season (FORTH FOURTH!) Paolo Nutini, Crowded House frontman Neil Finn, Brighton’s Royal Blood, Joan as Police Woman, Brooklyn group Lucius and jazz singer Zara McFarlane will all be joining Jools this evening. #LaterLive

Trending: Made in Chelsea and poor Binky

Poor old Binks from Made in Chelsea was the talk of Twitter last night after she was finally told the truth about boyfriend Alex’s cheating ways.


With Binky (real name Alexandra Felstead) being one of the more likeable characters among this cesspit of smug, the reactions were predictable. Catch up here.

 Or switch over for …

  • Champions League: Atletico Madrid v Chelsea (TV3 7.30pm) Semi-final first-leg clasg at the Estadio Vincente Calderon
  • From Boom to Maternity (RTÉ Two, 10.55pm) Repeat of Maia Dunphy’s look at the realities of having a baby in Ireland
  • The Man with the 10-Stone Testicles (Ch4, 10.15pm) This is a repeat, but what a repeat.
  • Tonight with Vincent Browne (TV3, 11.00pm) Join the grumpus and his guests.
  • Embarrassing Bodies: Live from the Clinic (Ch4, 8pm) Watch as strangers reveal their medical secrets to Dr Christian and the crew

More: Irish Sherlock parody is Republic of Telly’s finest work yet> 

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