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The County Line The third and final episode in the series sees Vincent Woods travel to Co. Monaghan
Documentary on One: We Decide Who Lives or Dies Documentary on One examines Donegal car culture in a summer of road deaths. 
Céilí House LIVE from the Gig Rig at the Fleadh in Ennis, Co. Clare
Inside Culture Fionn Davenport speaks to producer Eoin O'Kelly about his upcoming documentary 'Bax, Ireland and 1916'
Sunday Sport Coverage of the final day of the Olympic Games
Late Date Including The Book on One at 11.20pm
Pantisocracy Host Panti Bliss opens Pantisocracy with the Panti Monologue, a personal observation on life as she sees it. In her parlour are guests, Donegal pro-surfer Easkey Britton, who shares stories teaching surfing to women in Iran with writer/actor Mark O Halloran whose new film Halal Daddy is about a Muslim family in small town Ireland. Scientist Shane Bergin critiques the myth of the left-right brain theory while singer/actor Maria Doyle Kennedy shares stories of her life in Canada. Maria and Kieran Kennedy entertain Panti Bliss, guest and the Pantisocracy audience with an intimate performance of her song 'The Most Beautiful People are Broken'.