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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

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

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

The Fast Show Special Part Two (BBC2, 9pm) will be a look back at one of the best sketch shows ever. Will cheer up even the glummest of Monday evenings with the classic characters we all loved back in the 90s. #fastshow

The Family Project (RTE One, 8pm) sees the return of RTE’s education series. Six new mentors will work with families and projects around the country – inspiring parents to help their kids learn in fun and engaging ways. #rtefamilyproject

Britain’s Got Talent (UTV, 7.30pm and then 9.30pm for the results) is hotting up, with this being the first live semi-final. Ant and Dec present the show, and they’re always good – even if some of the contestants miss the mark. #bgt

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Every body is talking about: #Kimye

Reality TV star Kim Kardashian is honeymooning down in Cark with her new husband, Kanye West.

The couple headed there after their fancy nuptials on the continent. DailyEdge.ie have already rounded up all the stuff they absolutely HAVE to do while they’re in the Real Capital.

France Kardashian Wedding Kim with little baba North Source: AP/Press Association Images

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Or switch over for…

  • The Savage Eye (RTE2, 10pm) serves up some satirical Irish comedy, if you’re into Dave McSavage.
  • Goodness Gracious Me (BBC Two, 11.05pm) is also reuniting for a one-off special. We’re spoiled here.
  • Modern Family (Sky One, 8.30pm) is always good for a laugh.
  • East Enders (RTE and BBC, 7.30pm) is doing its thang really well at the moment.
  • Man Vs Weird (Channel 4, 10pm) this week tackles levitation and human fish. 

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