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IRELAND’S FITTEST FAMILY Episode 6 of Ireland’s Fittest Family goes to Dublin’s docks for the first of the semi-finals of where our families go head to head in extreme weather conditions in their bid to make it to the final in Croke Park.
FAIR CITY WEEK 49 Cristiano feels the pressure as Will tries desperately to meet him. Ger and Sharon clash. Ray's attempt to help Mondo lands them in trouble. As Damien supports Cristiano, Mairead cuts all ties with Will.
TASTES LIKE HOME Catherine Fulvio travels to Osijek, Croatia to learn how to cook an iconic Croation dish 'Sarma'. She experiences local culture before returning to teach the Matkovic family, their favourite taste from home.
10 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT Episode 4 looks at air pollution and meets the scientists who are striving to tackle the issue.
NEVEN’S WATERFORD CHRISTMAS ***New*** For Irish Christmas food, Neven heads to Co Waterford. In the Faithlegg Hotel, Neven's dishes include Glazed Ham, Turkey Breast marinated in Buttermilk and Chorizo Butter, and Spiced Beef Croquettes with Celeriac Remoulade. And for a vegetarian option, Neven heads to the GIY Café at Grow HQ in Waterford City.
HOME RESCUE Róisín and Peter visit the picturesque and colourful Rainbow Cottage in Adare, Co. Limerick – shared by former adventurer Mary McKeon, her daughter Leah and their three dogs.
DONAL’S SUPER FOOD IN MINUTES In this episode Donal serves up a One Pan Chicken Parmesan that really hits the spot and sets himself another five-minute challenge.
SUNDAY BEST – 40 YEARS OF THE SUNDAY GAME For 40 years, The Sunday Game has been bringing Gaelic Games to Irish audiences, provoking countless Monday morning arguments along the way. Featuring a starry team sheet of producers, presenters, pundits and players, this is the story of how a GAA highlights show became a national institution.
EAR TO THE GROUND Ella McSweeney is in Cork to find out what the options are for farmers who struggle to house spring calves. Helen Carroll examines award-winning produce in Offaly and in Mayo Darragh McCullough seems sheep being fetched from mountain commonage.
THE WORKS PRESENTS… Brought up in Derry’s Bogside, actress and musician Bronagh Gallagher’s childhood was one filled with books and music that made a lasting impression and strongly influenced her career.