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THE RAY D’ARCY SHOW Ray is one of Ireland’s best known and best loved presenters and The Ray D’Arcy Show will play to his strengths by featuring an irreverent mix of chat, comedy and music alongside guests from all walks of Irish life.
JOE DUFFY’S SPIRIT LEVEL Earlier this year, Pope Francis delivered his so called Green Encyclical to the UN Congress in America. Joe and the panel will discuss. "Green" chef Kevin Aherne makes Smoked Cheese Gnocchi with wilted salad greens and tomatoes and Tommy Fleming performs.
SPORT ON RTÉ2 Week 41 The Republic of Ireland v Germany in Euro 2016 qualifying action is among the sporting highlights on RTÉ2.
FAIR CITY WEEK 41 Ama reveals her secret to Shane, Wayne and Orla’s living arrangement start to cause serious tensions between them and when Nina weaves a web of lies, Charlotte puts a plan in place to expose her double life.
CLEAN BREAK Injured and on the run Danny Dempsey desperately needs somewhere to hide. With word spreading quickly about the kidnapping it won't be long before someone figures out who else is involved. Meanwhile, the kidnappers have to take drastic action to keep their hands on the money and stay out of the clutches of the law.
THE FEAR In episode four Irinka is back with her talk show "Irinka On Every Corner', Billy the kid finds out about the birds and the bees, The Nun gets addicted to codeine and our very special guest Martin Maloney from the Hardy Bucks does his best Danny Dyer impression.
THE MEANING OF LIFE WITH GAY BYRNE Tánaiste Joan Burton talks to Gay Byrne about adoption, her early influences, politics and morality.
NATIONWIDE This week on Nationwide, the programme celebrates National Bread Week with visits to Tipperary, Louth and Mayo to meet a variety of successful bakers; we meet a highly experienced Judo practitioner in County Galway who has adapted the sport to suit the needs of special needs children; reporter John Kilraine visits the Drimnagh Boxing Club which has trained some of the country's best known champions over the years; and Mary Kennedy learns about ReCreate, a recycling centre at Ballymount in Dublin where companies donate unused excess materials that would have gone to landfill that members can then take away for use as arts materials.
SCANNAL Even as Irish scandals go - Ivor Callely's stands out - after 22 year in the Oireachtas, he was jailed for fraudulently claiming mobile phone expenses. A shameful end to an ambitious, if ever controversial, political career.
VIKINGS The victorious Wessex/Viking forces return to Wessex but there is rancour in the Viking camp - Floki is angry over the alliance with Ecbert and is resentful the influence that he feels Athelstan has over Ragnar.