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THE RAY D’ARCY SHOW Airing every Saturday night broadcaster Ray D’Arcy marks his return to RTÉ television with a new prime-time Saturday night chat-show.
JOE DUFFY’S SPIRIT LEVEL In this week’s Joe Duffy’s Spirit Level we ask - What does marriage really mean to Irish people today? with Senator David Norris, Wendy Grace and Shiva and Lina Gautam. Lina also shows Joe how to make Spicy Lamb Choila and Chickpea Salad. Plus musicians and married couple Zoe Conway and John McIntyre perform their own composition.
SPORT ON RTÉ2 Week 42 Ireland's crucial Euro 2016 qualifier trip to Poland and the World Boxing Champions from Doha are the sporting highlights this week on RTÉ2
FAIR CITY WEEK 42 Wayne and Orla’s relationship goes from bad to worse, meanwhile Paul and Niamh continue to grow closer, Decco demands to know what Charlotte is up to. And while Dermot tries to cope without Jo; Jane stirs up some trouble for Tommy Dillon.
CLEAN BREAK The Rane family return home after their ordeal. While Desmond is keen for things to go back to normal Annette is still haunted by what has happened and can’t understand how detached both Desmond and Jenny appear to be. As the police continue with their investigation Danny is still in hiding and it appears that the kidnappers aren’t the only ones looking for him.
THE MEANING OF LIFE, WITH GAY BYRNE Gardener and television presenter is Gay's guest this week on the Meaning Of Life, With Gay Byrne.
TODAY with Maura and Dáithí Crammed full of the latest lifestyle and showbiz news , the Today team of experts will be giving you at home, practical tips every day.
NATIONWIDE This week on Nationwide, the programme focuses on new businesses around the country; presenter Anne Cassin marks the 10th year of ‘Open House Dublin’ with a sneak peek on her very own preview tour; reporter Barraí Mescall pays a visit to The Prince August Toy Soldier Factory in the West Cork Gaeltacht of Kilnamartra; and reporter Ciaran Mullooly visits County Offaly where one of the largest floral festivals in the country took place recently to mark the 200th anniversary of St. Catherine's Church in Tullamore.
SCANNAL This episode of SCANNAL looks back at the events leading to the 1984 Anglo-Irish Summit and its aftermath and talks to the key players on either side of this tense international drama, including: Wally Kirwan, Department of the Taoiseach; Michael Lillis, Department of Foreign Affairs; Noel Dorr, Ambassador to Great Britain; Alan Dukes, Irish Government Minister; and Sir David Goodall, British Cabinet Office.
PERSON OF INTEREST ***NEW SERIES*** The team must devise new ways to continue their work without being detected by Samaritan after they're forced to take on new identities in the fourth season premiere.