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IRELAND’S FITTEST FAMILY The third episode of the series returns to the deserted tannery in Portlaw to complete round two of the competition as Donncha and Anna’s three families take on the tyre challenge and fire truck pull respectively.
FAIR CITY – Week 46 Paul struggles to regain his family’s respect, Orla and Wayne fall out, Hayley puts Robbie straight about their relationship and Carol makes a life-changing decision.
TAKEN DOWN As suspicion mounts on those in the centre, there are signs that Esme may have been secretly working before she died. The police search for Flora, another girl who has disappeared from the same centre.
TASTES LIKE HOME The second episode begins overseas in Stockholm, where Catherine meets Anders who teaches us how to cook a Swedish Smörgåsbord with meatballs, lingonberry jelly and pickled cucumbers for his daughter Marie who now lives in the Gap of Dunloe in Kerry. Anders shows Catherine the old town and encourages her to eat some very unique foods before she checks in to a hotel that used to be an airplane.
10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT… ***New Series*** From the microbes in our soil and cells of the human body, to exploring the furthest reaches of outer space and the secrets of our deepest oceans… we continue to celebrate Irish science.
WHISTLEBLOWER: THE MAURICE MCCABE STORY *New two-part documentary* For the first time, and exclusively for RTÉ, Maurice and Lorraine McCabe will tell their personal story in a two-part TV documentary to be broadcast across consecutive nights on the 12th and 13th of November
CLAIRE BYRNE LIVE BREXIT SPECIAL Claire Byrne Live joins with the BBC's Stephen Nolan in this special live BREXIT programme broadcasting from both Belfast and Dublin.
JOHN PHILIP HOLLAND: SUBMARINE INVENTOR The incredible story of John Philip Holland, the Clare born inventor of the modern submarine.
GROWING UP LIVE *Across 3 nights on RTÉ One* Presented by Angela Scanlon live from an amazing Anatomy Museum in Dublin, Growing up Live will look at the extraordinary development of humans from birth to death, from infancy to old age.
PRESS ***New*** Following the staff of The Herald, a left-leaning broadsheet newspaper struggling to adapt to the age of digital news, and The Post, a thriving populist tabloid, who both occupy buildings in the same square and compete for the news of the day.