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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.
HIDDEN IMPACT: RUGBY AND CONCUSSION Hidden Impact: Rugby and Concussion is a fascinating one hour documentary investigating the troubling issue of concussion in rugby. With contributions from Ronan O'Gara, Johnny Sexton, Conor O'Shea and players who have been affected by concussion as well as the medics trying to tackle the problem, this documentary looks at the macho culture that encourages players to carry on regardless and asks what can be done to make the game safer.
GARDA DOWN UNDER ***FINAL*** In the final episode of Garda Down Under: Joe is reunited with his dog, Riggs. Ciaran makes an alarming find during a drugs search and Michael and Sarah finally tie the knot.
INSIDE SHANNON Tonight in Shannon we find out how John Francis, Head of Security keeps the airport safe for staff and passengers and we go behind the scenes with Operations Director Niall Maloney as HRH Prince Charles and The Duchess of Cornwall arrive at the airport.
THESE WALLS CAN TALK These Walls Can Talk is a landmark first for Irish television - an intimate portrayal of the Irish Deaf Community, told through their unique experience of St Joseph's School for Deaf Boys in Cabra.