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What's on Now & Next (2019-05-20)
RTE One
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18:01RTÉ News: Six One and WeatherThe latest national and international headlines.
19:00NationwideNews stories from around the country, covering the latest topical issues.
RTE2
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18:30Home and AwaySun-kissed Australian soap charting the latest comings and goings of the Summer Bay residents.
19:00Will & GraceThe US sitcom about a man and woman sharing a flat - and a platonic relationship - returns after an 11-year break. Politics come between Will and Grace when he crushes on a Republican senator and she gets a new interior design contract - for the White House itself. Eric McCormack and Debra Messing star.
Virgin Media One
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18:00The Six O'Clock ShowChat show, featuring celebrity interviews, sampling food from leading chefs and guidance on a wide range of topics, from consumer affairs to the latest trends, with viewers invited to contribute with pictures, comments, stories and gossip.
19:00EmmerdaleLong-running soap following the ups and downs of village life amid the rolling scenery of the Yorkshire Dales.
TG4
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18:00Gilmore GirlsAfter visiting Stars Hollow where Lorelai lived when Rory was a baby, Emily is inspired to create what she believes to be a dream bedroom for her teenage grand-daughter. But she may be thinking too much about the material things in life. Drama, starring Lauren Graham and Alexis Bledel.
18:57An Aimsir LáithreachNational and international weather.
Virgin Media Two
[105]
18:00The ChaseBradley Walsh presents as Ian, Trudy, Chris and Arron pit their wits against ruthless quiz genius the Chaser in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. They work as a team and play strategically to answer general knowledge questions against the clock and race down the game board to the exit without being caught.
19:00The ChaseBradley Walsh presents as contestants Tee, James, Louise and Mel pit their wits against ruthless quiz genius the Chaser in the hope of winning a potential prize pot worth thousands of pounds. They work as a team and play strategically to answer general knowledge questions against the clock and race down the game board to the exit without being caught.
Virgin Media Three
[106]
18:00Doc MartinThe doctor spends his last day in Portwenn seeing an influx of patients as he prepares to close down the surgery and move to London. As he bids farewell to old friends and sets off to leave the village, he sees Louisa's teaching assistant Tasha fall from the Harbour Day stage and stops to help. But the bigger hold-up comes when pregnant Louisa is involved in a car accident. Martin Clunes and Caroline Catz star.
19:00VeraFollowing the suicide of Jeanie Long, the woman convicted of the murder of teenager Abigail Mantel 11 years earlier, new evidence comes to light exonerating her. DCI Vera Stanhope reinvestigates the case, but to find out who really killed Abigail, the detective must uncover the secrets of a close-knit community that is still coming to terms with the incident. Detective drama, adapted from Ann Cleeves' novel Telling Tales, guest starring Hugo Speer alongside Brenda Blethyn, David Leon, Wunmi Mosaku and Paul Ritter.
BBC One
[108]
18:30BBC Newsline; Weather
18:55Party Election BroadcastBy the Democratic Unionist Party.
BBC Two
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18:30The Farmers' Country ShowdownThe Kent County Show's sheep competition sees farmers Ed and Gemma take to the ring, where their daughter Poppy has her sights set on first prize.
19:00Undiscovered Worlds with Steve BackshallSteve Backshall searches for remains of the Mayan civilisation in the Yucatan, exploring a network of underground caves that were believed to be a supernatural world. The expedition uncovers a flooded cavern filled with the remains of human sacrifice victims, as well as artefacts that reveal a less disturbing side to this ancient culture. Last in the series.
Channel 4
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18:30HollyoaksDrama following the lives and loves of a group of teenagers and young adults in Chester.
19:00Channel 4 NewsIncluding sport and weather.
E4
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18:30The Big Bang TheorySheldon becomes concerned that his comfortable lifestyle is having an impact on his professional progress and is stopping him from achieving scientific greatness, so he asks the gang to make life more difficult for him. Meanwhile, Howard invents an unflattering game about Raj. Starring Jim Parsons and Simon Helberg.
19:00HollyoaksDrama following the lives and loves of a group of teenagers and young adults in Chester.
Sky One
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[HD:143]
18:30The SimpsonsMarge becomes frustrated with local government and decides to run for Mayor, and begins making Homer the butt of her jokes in attempt to win public support.
19:00The SimpsonsHomer and his friends re-form their old bowling team, only to end up in fierce competition with a team of arrogant millionaires.
Sky Two
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18:00SupergirlA copycat Toyman strikes, forcing Winn to team up with his estranged mum (Oscar-nominated Lady Bird star Laurie Metcalf).
19:00Stargate AtlantisMalcolm Tunney unveils a device that promises to extinguish the threat of global warming and his demonstration causes a storm. Meanwhile, Rodney asks Jennifer to attend a science conference with him.
BBC Four
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23:50TimeshiftDocumentary examining how post-war Britain went from being a place where eating out was more of a chore than a pleasure to a nation full of foodies who on average spend up to a third of their food budgets on restaurant meals. The programme investigates how Brits' palates have been slowly introduced to a range of culinary delights that once would have been considered `exotic' by successive generations of migrants opening eateries. Narrated by Rebecca Front.
19:00Beyond 100 DaysBBC News teams in Washington DC and London report on the events that are shaping the world.
More4
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17:55The SupervetA two-year-old Bengal cat is rushed in after being hit by a car, and when it turns out to have a broken back and a dislocated spine, Noel Fitzpatrick agrees to do what he can - but he makes no promises. A German shepherd requires a total elbow replacement, a difficult operation using a custom printed implant system, and a rottweiler puppy is treated for a genetic condition that has destroyed the cartilage on its ankle bone.
18:55Kirstie and Phil's Love It or List ItKirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer go head to head as they meet fed-up families whose homes no longer fit their requirements. After listening to their issues, Phil tries to persuade the owners to sell and upgrade on the property market, while Kirstie argues that investing, either by extending or redesigning, is the wiser move. In the first programme, Paul and Dawn, their three children, and his twin 17-year-old daughters from a previous relationship, find their current home isn't working for them any longer. While Kirstie suggests a complete overhaul, Phil is doing what he does best and finds a selection of alternative properties.