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What to watch on TV tonight: Saturday

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

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

My Left Foot (RTÉ 2, 9.30pm) 

Daniel Day Lewis’s Oscar-winning turn as Christy Brown and Brenda Fricker’s similarly awardworthy role as his mother makes for an Irish classic. “You break my heart Christy Brown. Sometimes I think you are me heart”. #MyLeftFoot 

The Saturday Night Show (RTÉ One, 9.55pm) 

Micheál Martin, former Wales rugby captain Gareth Thomas and Slane castle gatekeeper Henry Mountcharles will be on. #SatNightShow

Walking Through History: Nazi Occupation – Channel Islands (Channel 4, 8pm) 

Tony Robinson goes to Jersey and Guernsey to look into the story behind the Nazi’s occupation of the channel islands during World War II. #WalkingThroughHistory

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Everybody’s talking about… High Maintenance

Vimeo original show High Maintenance has just premiered its second season. It’s about a weed delivery man called Sinclair, and his array of clients. You can watch the 13 old episodes for free, and pay €1.49 to watch each new one. It’s worth it; they’re short, accomplished and original.

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Or switch over for…

  • Strictly Come Dancing (BBC One, 7pm) The action moves to Blackpool Tower Ballroom
  • The X Factor (UTV/TV3, 8.15) The shambles continues, and this week it’s… sigh… Big Band Week
  • Chronicle (Channel 4, 10pm) An origins film with a difference. Not a bad yarn
  • The Fall (RTÉ 1, 11.15) Last week’s episode repeated

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