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IRELAND’S FITTEST FAMILY Tonight three families enter the last semi final in Hell & Back knowing only two of them will progress to next week’s Final in Croke Park.
FAIR CITY – Week 50 Sharon discovers Anto’s deceit, Darragh sees Erica in a new light, Hayley oversteps the mark with Carol and Robbie crosses a dark line.
PAT SHORTT’S MUSIC FROM D’TELLY This week's show features music from Mary Black and Hal Ketchum, Brendan O'Dowda, Don McLean and The Mavericks.
TAKEN DOWN***FINAL*** Abeni must decide if helping find Flora, Hope and Nina will be too great a risk for her family. As forensics examine the old brothel, Jen's team discover how she was killed. As the truth of Esme’s final moments are revealed we discover who really had a hand in Esme's death.
TASTES LIKE HOME***Series Finale*** Catherine closes series 3 with residents in Cavan where they cook son's favorite dish, before heading to Melbourne to re-create the dish and meet a few familiar faces from 'Neighbours.'
10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT This week's episode focuses on Bioenergy. The 10 Things Team learn all about what Bioenergy is and how it can benefit us.
DEATH AND NIGHTINGALES *** Final *** Billy is at odds with Beth when he learns of her deception. Ward and Beth set out on a voyage to the island, but will they reach their final destination?
AR SON NA POBLACHTA ***FINAL*** The series finale of Ar Son Na Poblachta reveals the story of torture and the way that both sides propagandised the killing of countless lives adding a final shocking layer to the story of Bloody Sunday.
HOME RESCUE***FINAL*** In this week's series finale the Home Rescue team head to the rescue of family in Meath. The family’s three bed house is filled with the fruit of Mum and Dad’s labour, leaving everyone struggling for space, surrounded by clutter with a kitchen that’s more like a workshop! Can the Home Rescue team of experts help transform their abode?
PRESS Holly is troubled by The Post's handling of a sensitive story. Amina announces that big changes are afoot at The Herald.