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What to watch on TV tonight: Wednesday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

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

Once More With Meaning (RTÉ One, 9.35pm)

This year Gay Byrne is celebrating 60 years in broadcasting. This documentary will look back at some of that time and focus in particular on the show which made him the broadcasting legend that we all know and love – the Meaning of Life.

The Big Crash Diet Experiment (BBC One, 8pm)

Most of us have taken or will take a crash diet in our lifetime but does the research behind them stand up? Dr. Javid Abdelmonieum is going to put it to the test with 4 volunteers who will go on an extreme weight loss programme, eating just low calorie soups and shakes diet to see if it helps their weight releated issues.

Love In The Countryside (BBC Two, 9pm)

The dating series continues with farmer Richard  will choose one of the three men competing for his affection. The competition will see two of them compete in a sheep tagging competition to see which man would fit in best with Richard’s lifestyle and work. It’ll be worth tuning in just to see the sheep tagging I would say.

Everyone’s talking about… The stage invade on Britain’s Got Talent

It seems it’s all gone a bit mad at the semi finals of Britian’s Got Talent. The first semi final momentarily went off air due to technical difficulties while last night a stage invader managed to get near the judges table and hit 3 of the buzzers during Magnus Utopia.

In the aftermath Dec apologised saying ‘Some people just want to touch our buzzers’ while Amanda Holden just wanted a gin and tonic. Same girl. Same.

Or switch over for…

  • The Assassination of Gianni Versace (RTÉ 2, 9pm & 10pm) The series continues by taking a look at the different upbringings of Gianni Versace and his killer Andrew Cunanan.
  • Harold & Kumar Get the Munchies (Comedy Central, 10pm) Two weed loving friends go off in search of the perfect burger to quell their munchies and end up meeting some mad characters on the way.
  • Constance Smith Tragoid Hollywood (TG4, 9.30pm) Documentary following the story of Limerick born actress Constance Smith whose life spiralled out of control after losing her Hollywood fame.

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