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What to watch on TV tonight: Monday

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

A Bangladeshi woman survivor is lifted out of the rubble by rescuers after the collapse of Rana Plaza.
A Bangladeshi woman survivor is lifted out of the rubble by rescuers after the collapse of Rana Plaza.
Image: AP/Press Association Images

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

Clothes to Die For (BBC 2, 9pm)

Documentary telling the stories of survivors of the Rana Plaza garment factory collapse in Bangladesh. 1,150 were killed in April 2013, while 1,436 were pulled alive from the wreckage. Primark and Matalan are among the companies that were supplied by the factory. #RanaPlaza #ClothesToDieFor

Drivers Who Kill (BBC 1, 8.30pm) 

A Panorama investigation into whether the UK’s justice system is ‘going soft’ on dangerous drivers, and examines in-car technology and the associated distractions. #DriversWhoKill #Panorama

My Left Foot (RTÉ One, 11.20pm) 

If you’re staying up late you could do worse than rewatching this Irish classic starring Brenda Fricker and Daniel Day-Lewis as Christy Brown and his mother Bridget. #MyLeftFoot 

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Everybody’s talking about… #MontyPythonLive

The final ever Monty Python show was broadcast on Gold last night, with Dara O’Briain at the helm.

He was forced to defend some delicate censoring of the ‘almost live’ show, explaining:

The bit that was removed was 2 extra verses of ‘Isn’t it Awfully Nice to Have a Penis?” about bottoms and lady-gardens. Not at 7.46pm.

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Or switch over for…

  • Royal Marines Commando School (Channel 4, 9pm) The new recruits try to make it through three weeks of training 
  • Deirfiúracha na hEolaíochta (RTÉ One, 7.30pm) Looking at the life of Irish scientist Kathleen Lonsdale
  • University Challenge (BBC One, 8pm) How many can you get right?
  • Glasgow Girls (BBC 3) Musical drama about a fight to save a friend from deportation
  • Kevin Dundon’s Modern Irish Food (RTÉ One, 8.30pm) Chicken terrine and potato gratin. Yes please.

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