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IRELAND’S FITTEST FAMILY In episode 2, Davy’s Hogans from Wexford, McComiskeys from Co. Down and Cookes from Co.Antrim take on Derval’s Dinans from Cork, Mandiangus from Dublin and Murphys from Wexford.
FAIR CITY – WEEK 45 Will is floored by Damien's threat. Damien is horrfied when Will turns Mairead against him. Will tries to guilt Cristiano into admitting he’s the abuser. Eoghan hears some surprising news.
FRANCIS BRENNAN – ALL HANDS ON DECK With 3500 guests to feed for 10 days, running the ships restaurants is one of the toughest jobs onboard. As Francis becomes Maitre’D, he will be silver servicing, making pizzas and put in charge of room service. After taking some guests on a bespoke tour of Helsinki can Francis get the champagne fountain ready in time for ‘formal night’. Will the cruise end on a high, on the high seas of the Baltic?
TASTES LIKE HOME ***New Series*** Chef Catherine Fulvio meets Drimnagh woman Rosemary and learns how to make her daughter's favourite dish before travelling to Paris to re-create it for her.
PULLING WITH MY PARENTS In episode two we meet Amy O'Flynn and Luca Lawless. Amy is looking for a trustwo rthy man she can have some fun with while Luca's parents would like to see him with someone who has their head screwed on.
CHILDREN OF THE TROUBLES *Documentary* In Children of the Troubles, Joe Duffy explores the lives and tragic deaths of the children who were killed during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
DONAL’S SUPER FOOD IN MINUTES *** New Series*** Donal Skehan returns with a new series to help people learn about tasty meals that can be cooked quickly for people's busy lives.
DUBLIN MURDERS In the aftermath of the Lexie reveal, the truth about who the housemates are, and the tensions and unsustainability of their life come to light. Meanwhile, just as all seems lost with Rob, he reaches a turning point, and something knits together back deep inside.
EAR TO THE GROUND In this episode the question of family farm succession is raised. Darragh McCullough visits an organic farm doing things differently. Ancient ruins leads to an archaeological dig.
AR AIS GO BERLIN ’89 Back in November '89 RTÉ Cláracha Gaeilge's daily programme CÚRSAÍ was the first and only RTÉ programme to hot foot it to Berlin to bring the story of the fall of the Berlin Wall to Irish viewers. Ar ais go Berlin '89 is more than just a nostalgic trip down memory lane, 30 years on so much has changed with global divisive identity politics.