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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday
This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow. rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.

Harry & Meghan: The First 100 Days (Virgin Media One, 9pm) 

A peak into the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s new life together, examining how Meghan is adjusting to life as one of the western world’s most famous women. 

Killer in Our Classroom: Never Again (BBC ONE, 10.45pm)

Documentary following the aftermath of the school shooting in Parkland, where 14 children who were pupils and 3 adults who were staff members were killed by a 19-year-old young man with a semi-automatic rifle. Survivors of the shooting take on the establishment to demand changes in gun laws.

Don’t Tell the Bride (Virigin Media One, 10:40pm) 

Last episode of series 7, where Groom Colm plans a 1920s-themed wedding for Jane, complete with gangsters, gambling and flapper fashion.  


Everyone is talking about…Emma Willis’ unsympathetic interview with Roxanne Pallett 

There’s been a heap of drama going on in- and outside of the Big Brother surrounding ex-soap opera actor Roxanne Pallett and current soap opera actor Ryan Thomas – read about it here if you need a brief synopsis. 

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Emma Willis interviewed Roxanne about the week’s happening and got praise for not going easy on Roxanne, and saying to her face that she could have ended Ryan’s career by over-exaggerating her story.

You repeatedly called him a liar to various people, and that he was manipulative and calculating.

The truth hurts, but it sets you free. 


Or flick over for…  

  • Suits (RTÉ 2, 11:40pm) Alex confesses about his shady past to Mike. 
  • The Life Swap Adventures (RTE 2, 8.35pm) A nurse from Nottingham trades places with a B&B owner in Alaska. 
  • We Are British Jews (BBC 2, 9pm) Documentary exploring what it means to be Jewish in Britain today.  
  • Wanderlust (BBC One, 9pm) Toni Collette stars as a therapist trying to maintain a spark with her husband after a cycling accident that puts their sex life on ice.
  • The Great British Bake Off (Channel 4, 8pm) Week two sees the remaining 11 bakers display their cake skills.     

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