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What to watch on TV tonight: Thursday

This is the telly everyone will be talking about tomorrow. rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about today and talking about tomorrow.

Women On the Verge (RTE 2, 10.30pm)

A new sitcom starring Kerry Condon, Nina Sosanya, and Eileen Walsh. Created by Sharon Horgan, it tells the story of three friends struggling with the need to sort their lives out. One is getting back with an ex she doesn’t love, one is considering artificial semination, and the other is dealing with her own drama.

The Great House Revival (RTE 1, 10.15pm)

The restoration of an 1840s Dublin townhouse from start to finish, all done by the owner himself. Intriguing. 

The Rotunda (RTE 2, 9.30pm)

More scenes from the maternity hospital. A couple are anxious when their premature son is taken into intensive care. Get the tissues ready, it’s emotional. 


Everyone’s talking about… this BURN on Gogglebox Ireland 

Poor Richard Chambers. The Virgin Media One reporter was sent down to do a report on the new Krispy Kreme opening in Blanchardstown and the havoc surrounding it. 

Little did he expect to appear on Gogglebox Ireland where he was pretty much ripped apart. 

Everyone’s a critic. 


Or flick over for… 

Strangers (Virgin Media One, 10pm) The drama about a man who finds out about his wife’s secret life when she dies.

Strictly, It Takes Two (BBC 2, 6.30pm) We all know why we want to watch this. 

Body Clock, What Makes Us Tick? (BBC 2, 9pm) A look at how our body clocks work and if we can improve them. 

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