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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

Here are the shows that will be on your Twitter timeline this evening.

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

The Snapper (TV3, 9pm) 

It’s in the constitution that The Snapper must be shown a minimum of three times on Irish telly per year, and tonight we’re calling in one of those chips. Sharon, Georgie, the Spanish sailor and co will brighten up the darkest of Mondays. (Just don’t tell Roddy Doyle. He might write on of his dreadful Facebook poems).

Bridget and Eamon (RTÉ 2, 10pm) 

Mary McEvoy and Keith Walsh guest star in tonight’s episode, which sees Mary playing Bridget and Eamon’s neighbour and Keith playing Eamon’s brother Phelim who’s just home from America. Bridget and Eamon have been chosen as the poster couple for the upcoming Divorce Referendum…

The Docklands Bomb: Executing Peace (BBC 1, 9pm)

A one-off documentary telling the story of the Canary Wharf bomb that ended the IRA’s 17 month ceasefire, and the follow up investigation to track down those responsible.

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Everybody’s talking about… The Super Bowl (well, the half time show and the ads)

Beyoncé showed just who run the world with her halftime takeover, while Liam Neeson and a Doritos-loving baby featured in the ads.

Source: Funny Commercials Compilation/YouTube

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Or switch over for…

  • The Big Picture: Ireland’s Economy (RTÉ One, 9.35pm) If you dare…
  • How the Rich Avoid Tax (Channel 4, 8pm) If your blood pressure isn’t high enough already…
  • Mary Berry’s Foolproof Cooking (BBC2, 8.30pm) Please Mary, cuddle us close to you comforting baking bosom
  • University Challenge (BBC 2, 8pm) The quarter finals continue

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Emer McLysaght

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