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What to watch on TV tonight: Tuesday

Here are the shows people will be talking about tomorrow.

Image: RTE

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

Euro 2012: You’ll Never Beat The Irish? (RTÉ One, 7pm)

A look back on the group of death in Poland 2012, and the staunch Irish fans who went with the team all the way.

Big Brother: Live Launch (TV3, 9pm) 

Yep, it’s back. Another batch of wannabe stars will enter the Big Brother house this evening under the watchful gaze of host Emma Willis. Will we EVER return to the glory days of Brian, Nurinder and Kinga?

Rich Brother, Poor Brother (Ch 4, 9pm) 

One brother is a multimillionaire in a mansion, the other lives in van. The pair spend four days sharing each other’s lives in this Cutting Edge documentary.

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Everybody’s taking about… Carpool Karaoke

James Cordon, Lin-Manuel Miranda and some other Broadway stars took on One Day More from Les Mis (plus some Hamilton and Rent) in the latest installment and it is WONDERFUL.

Source: The Late Late Show with James Corden/YouTube

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Or switch over for…

  • Grey’s Anatomy (RTÉ 2, 9pm) Season 12 is drawing to a close and what’s to become of Sophia? 
  • Old House, New Home (Ch 4, 8pm) Like the renovation of old houses? Then you’ll love this
  • Jack Dee’s Referendum Help Desk (BBC2, 10pm) Comic Jack Dee is on hand for all things Brexit
  • Horizon: Why Are We Getting So Fat? (BBC2, 9pm) A geneticist puts some theories about obesity and eating to the test, looking at both the UK and the US.

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Emer McLysaght

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