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SPORT ON RTÉ One & RTÉ2 Week 29 The RDS Dublin Horseshow, the Irish Oaks from the Curragh plus both the Ulster and Leinster Football Finals all live this week.
OTHER VOICES: GAVIN JAMES SPECIAL The hour long special, presented by Annie Mac and Huw Stephens, will include songs from Other Voices Dingle 2015 where Gavin performed material from his debut album Bitter Pill.
CRIMINAL MINDS: BEYOND BORDERS When a woman vacationing in Mexico with her family is the victim of foul play, the International Response Team investigates her husband as the prime suspect when he flees.
SECRET EATERS This week, sisters Lauren and Stephanie from Essex are under the Secret Eaters’ spotlight. These twenty-something siblings are mystified by their weight gain, having each put on two stone over the last two years resulting in them tipping the scales into the overweight category. Lauren is even training for the marathon but has yet to lose a pound! The girls think they eat healthily but Stephanie’s grab and go habits plus Lauren’s social suppers suggest otherwise.
THE WALKING DEAD ***NEW SERIES*** Season Six starts with Alexandria's safety shattered by multiple threats. To make it, the people of Alexandria will need to catch up with our survivors’ hardness while many of Rick’s people will need to take a step back from the violence and pragmatism they've needed to embrace. These reversals won't happen easily, or without conflict.
HOUDINI AND DOYLE Small-town Ontario. A minister wakes to find everyone in his village dead, without the slightest sign of violence. Was this retribution for past acts of evil, as the local natives believe? And if not, how else to explain why the man of God was the only one spared?
CSI CYBER When a jogger’s body is found, the Cyber team use the fitness tracker she was wearing at the time of the murder to retrace her steps for the entire night leading up to her death.
THANK GAA IT’S FRIDAY It's hurling quarter-final weekend and ahead of the big games we meet Wexford star Conor McDonald, Connacht Rugby captain John Muldoon talks about winning a minor All-Ireland with Galway and in Tubber, on the border of Clare and Galway, Banner legend Eamonn Taaffe on the fluid lines between the counties.