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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow.

Image: amy rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.  

Women’s Rugby World Cup: Ireland vs. France (RTÉ 2, 7pm)

Tonight Ireland face France in a must-win match that will guarantee them a spot in the semi-finals. Can Ireland knock it out of the park? Light a candle, say a prayer, etc. #COYGIG

Who Do You Think You Are? (BBC One, 8pm)

In tonight’s episode, singer Lulu explores her family history to uncover the mystery of why her mother was sent to live with a different family as a child and, in doing so, learns some new information about her grandparents.

10 Puppies and Us (BBC Two, 8pm)

The world is a scary place so watch this programme charting the ups and downs of 10 puppies is exactly the balm we need. PUPPIES!

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Everyone’s talking about… This absolute lad

Students across the UK received their A Level results this morning and Good Morning Britain was on hand to film some of their reactions.

Shout out to this absolute lad who took a swig of a stiff drink.

If you can’t see the video, click here

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Or flick over for…

  • Child Genius (Channel 4, 8pm) Smart kids vs. other smart kids. Is there anything more compelling?
  • Taxi of Mum and Dad (Channel 4, 9pm) Ought to resonate with anyone who’s ever had to ask their Mam and Dad for a lift.
  • Insecure (Sky Atlantic, 10.35pm) Season two continues.
  • Top of the Lake: China Girl (BBC Two, 9pm) Ditto.
  • The Mash Report (BBC Two, 10pm) Topical comedy show hosted by Nish Kumar.

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