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FAIR CITY WEEK 8 Wayne comes up with a plan to buy the garage, Jane attempts to reconcile with Callum and things go from bad to worse for the Brennans when they have an unexpected visitor.
ROOM TO IMPROVE At Sutton in North Dublin, Dermot extends a 1960s suburban house, changing a beloved childhood home into a sumptuous new one for Hannah, James and their twin sons.
NATIONWIDE – WEEK 8 This week on Nationwide, presenter Anne Cassin visits Shannon in County Clare to see how it has evolved since it was developed in the 1960s; the programme travels to Australia to meet some of the young and not-so-young who have set up home there; and we learn about home-baking meeting some of those who love to create their own delicious baked goods.
THEN COMES MARRIAGE? Three more couples road test their relationship in under the guidance of psychologist Allison Keating and psychoanalyst Dr Ray O'Neill.
TOUGHEST PLACE TO BE… A Bus Driver In this award winning factual entertainment format Toughest Place To Be… an ordinary Irish worker leaves their day job behind to travel abroad to experience their job in some of the toughest conditions on the planet. In episode 2 proud Dubliner Christy Carey is going on the ultimate busman’s holiday. Christy, a larger then life bus driver with Dublin Bus, is swapping his number 27 route and the Walkinstown roundabout for the chaos and colour of Kathmandu.
EAR TO THE GROUND Helen Carroll reports from the Louth/Monaghan border where custom officers search for drivers using green diesel. Darragh McCullough looks at the implications for Irelands agrifood industry.
BLUE BLOODS “Guilt by Association” – When a key witness in Danny’s case is killed just before testifying, Erin angers Danny by enlisting Anthony (Steve Schrippa) to help him find the killer. Also, Robert Lewis (Michael Imperioli) tries to force Frank to publicly support the Attorney General’s investigation of the use of excessive force by police, and Eddie and Jamie get the call for an attempted suicide.
THE WORKS PRESENTS: FIONA SHAW In the fourth episode of the series, host John Kelly meets actor and director Fiona Shaw to discuss her successful career in theatre and film.