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SPORT ON RTÉ2 Week 48 The 2015 EirGrid International Rules Test between Ireland and Australia is this week's sporting highlight on RTÉ2
THE RAY D’ARCY SHOW The Ray D’Arcy Show features an irreverent mix of chat, comedy and music alongside guests from all walks of Irish life.
IRELAND’S FITTEST FAMILY In Episode 4, we're back in Killary with four more families where three families will go through to the semi-final.
STETSONS AND STILETTOS In this episode we join Crystal Swing's Dervla Burke in the build up to her very own country themed wedding.
FAIR CITY WEEK 48 Eoghan makes a shocking discovery, Heather continues to play mind games with Max and Farrah, Dan is surprised by Sally’s reaction when he admits he has feelings for her, while Caoimhe attempts to get her marriage back on course.
BRESSIE’S IRONMIND *New Two Part Series* Enlisting the help of experts in everything from psychology to nutrition Bressie is taking on the task of training four ordinary people with their own mental health challenges to compete in a gruelling half-Ironman event, having never trained for one before.
THE MARIO ROSENSTOCK SHOW From the man who brought you an unfortunately unforgettable take on “Wrecking Ball”, The Three Miriams and Keith Duffy’s Buddies, comes a mash up of entertainment; comedy sketches and the best of live Irish music guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
BAZ: THE LOST MUSLIM ***CONCLUDING PART*** Concluding part in series, in which Baz embarks on a personal journey of discovery, hoping to re-embrace his Egyptian heritage.
THE LATE LATE TOY SHOW UNWRAPPED ***NEW SERIES*** As the nation gears up for the most magical night of the television year, The Late Late Toy Show Unwrapped looks at the history of Ireland's favourite show stretching right back to when it was first introduced in the 70s to the present day and hears from the famous names who've appeared on it.
10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT… In episode three of 10 Things to Know About... we look at the brain. It's the most complex organ in the human body, producing every thought, action, memory, feeling and experience. But what happens when the brain goes wrong?