DailyEdge.ie rounds up the TV shows that you’ll be tweeting about tonight and talking about tomorrow.
The Great British Bake Off (Channel 4, 8.00pm)
The 10 remaining contestants have a bread-off, including the largest bread sculpture challenge ever set in the tent.
William & Harry (Virgin Media One, 9.00pm)
How Princes William and Harry have shaped and modernised the British royal family in recent years, taking the lead from their deceased mother, Princess Diana.
Wanderlust (BBC One, 9.00pm)
Second episode of a new series starring Toni Collette as a therapist who has decided to have a sexually open relationship with her husband. They put their plan into action and reveal to other people about their unusual marital arrangement with surprising results.
Everyone’s talking about: Jamie Lee Curtis being in Dublin
The US actress will be at Dublin’s Lighthouse Cinema next month on 5th October for a screening of the new Halloween. She starred in the original film 40 years ago. Jamie is reprising her role as Laurie Strode, who is confronted again with the masked figure of Michael Myers who has haunted her for 4 decades.
Jamie will participate in a Q&A with Irish academic, writer and broadcaster Sinead Burke, which will take place at 6pm. Tickets are on sale now.
I am ludicrously excited.— Sinéad Burke (@TheSineadBurke) September 11, 2018
Thanks to Dave, Sandra and the Universal team for trusting me with this. https://t.co/Z6Bp70NqIK
Halloween will open in Irish cinemas on 19th October.
Or flick over for …
- The Life Swamp Adventure (RTÉ 2, 8.35pm) A fun-loving Welsh office worker swaps with a .
- Princess Margaret: The Rebel Royal (BBC Two, 9.00pm) Part one of a two part documentary profiling the Queen’s only sibling whose life reflected the sexual and social revolution that changed British society in the mid 20th Century.
- Naked Attraction (Channel 4, 10.20pm) Anna Richardson helps contenstants through the game of choosing a partner naked, as they must whittle six contenders down to one for a date.
- The Truth About Stress (BBC One, 11.40pm) The World Health Organisation has called stress the ‘health epidemic of the 21st century’, and it’s been seen as contributing to illnesses like diabetes and dementia. Fiona Phillips investigates if it’s an inherently bad thing.
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