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What's on Now & Next (2021-02-27)
RTE One
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06:30TeleshoppingBuying goods from the comfort of home
07:05NationwideNews stories from around the country, covering the latest topical issues
RTE2
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23:55First Dates IrelandA professional croupier, a nurse, a tattooed bad boy and a history teacher are among the hopefuls looking for love in the restaurant this time around. Chef Andrew from Co Antrim prepares something special for Patrick from Wicklow. For this series the game of love has new regulations - daters are suitably distanced, contact is strictly off the cards and background diners are all from their family bubbles
07:05MolangPiu Piu and Molang are shepherds. However Kiki, their little goat has the urge to freely run about. Escaping from the pen, she leads them to a strange maze
Virgin Media One
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23:45Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?Another line-up of contestants answer questions that could change their lives - with lifelines, including Ask the Audience, Phone a Friend and 50-50 available to them if they get stuck
07:00Cash TrappedQuiz hosted by Bradley Walsh in which six contestants battle it out across a series of fast-paced question rounds where the players must actively try to sabotage their opponents by beating them to the buzzer and trapping them out of the game. In the final round, the person who has earned the most cash will go head to head against the rest of the group to try to take their winnings home
TG4
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00:15Ceol ar an ImeallThe music show returns with performances by Wyvern Lingo and Ham Sandwich, and an interview with producer Mark Ronson. Presented by Cian Ó Cíobháin and Eithne Shortall
07:00Cúla 4 na nÓg
Virgin Media Two
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23:50Celebrity JuiceGuest team captain Amanda Holden and Paddy McGuinness are joined by the Vamps' Brad Simpson and James McVey, actors Max Beesley and Patsy Kensit and comedy actress Emily Atack
07:30Britain's Got TalentAnt and Dec host the 14th series of nationwide talent search, which sees a wide variety of acts, from comedians to contortionists, singers to spoon players, compete for the chance to win £250,000 and a coveted slot at the Royal Variety Performance. Simon Cowell, Amanda Holden, Alesha Dixon and David Walliams are once again on hand to judge this week's applicants, and each of them has the chance to put their favourite contestant straight through to the live semi-finals by awarding them the Golden Buzzer
Virgin Media Three
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22:00The SyndicateLeanne's past catches up with her and she is thrown into a panic when Stacey goes missing - and Stuart's attempts to help only cause domestic problems of his own. Bob has flown out to South Africa in the hope of prolonging his life, a budding romance helps to heal Denise's wounds and Jamie uses his winnings to enter the erotic-dancing business. But things begin to look bleak for the brothers when one of the women thinks she may have worked out the robbers' identities. Drama, starring Joanna Page, Matthew McNulty, Lorraine Bruce and Matthew Lewis
07:00TeletubbiesA balloon appears in Teletubbyland, and the gang decide to catch it - without much success, before watching some children picking flowers
BBC One
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22:20Match of the DayGary Lineker presents highlights of the latest Premier League fixtures, including Manchester City v West Ham United at Etihad Stadium and Leeds United v Aston Villa at Elland Road. The Citizens were looking to reinforce their status as title-favourites against a West Ham side that have performed well this term, while the Villans were hoping to avenge a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Leeds at Villa Park in October. Plus, West Bromwich Albion v Brighton & Hove Albion and Newcastle United v Wolverhampton Wanderers
10:00Saturday Kitchen LiveThis week Saturday Kitchen is hosted by Matt Tebbutt and he's joined by chefs Dr Rupy Aujla and Georgina Hayden plus special guest Emily Atack. Plus great moments from the BBC food archive including clips from Rick Stein, Keith Floyd, Nadiya Hussain & Sam Evans & Shauna Guinn. This week drinks expert, Helen McGinn, joins via video link and is picking the wines to go with the studio dishes
BBC Two
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06:40Marrying Mum and DadIn south Wales, sisters Chloe and Kelsey plan the muddiest wedding in the show's history. There's a zorb rugby match in a 20,000-seat stadium, surprise rugby superstars and Mum getting launched into the air to catch the ball
07:10The DengineersThe den-builders come to the aid of 12-year-old Will, who had to give up playing rugby after developing Langerhans cell hystiocytosis, and is seeking a way to stay in the game
Channel 4
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06:40The Big Bang TheoryPenny is stunned when Sheldon announces he is about to go on his first-ever date, and is even more surprised to find herself tagging along. Meanwhile, Leonard and Raj take a trip to the hospital after Howard's new robotic arm creates problems
07:05The SimpsonsDepressed at getting old, Bart wears a T-shirt to school bearing an adult joke, and is accosted by a marketing manager wanting to promote the new product. Meanwhile, Homer helps Lisa build a nuclear bomb for a school science project. Eric Idle guest stars
E4
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06:10Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USAGordon Ramsay revisits three previous restaurants he tried to save - Handlebar, Casa Roma and the Black Pearl - to find out whether his advice has been put to good use
07:05Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USAChef Gordon Ramsay goes back to two restaurants - Giuseppi's and Sante La Brea - to check in with the owners he helped in the past and find out whether his advice has been put to good use. Will he be pleased with their progress? Plus, an update on Finn McCool's from season one
Sky One
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06:30Monkey BusinessThe jungle team in Vietnam goes exploring around the area chosen for the new primate rescue centre
07:00Monkey BusinessJim and Alison Cronin from Monkey World in Dorset visit a Thai gibbon sanctuary, where they uncover disturbing evidence of wildlife-smuggling
Sky Two
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06:30TeleshoppingA chance for viewers to purchase goods from the comfort of home
07:00Ninja WarriorThe world's leading athletes and wrestlers compete against amateurs in one of the most demanding physical challenges ever devised
Virgin Media Sport
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00:30UEFA Champions League - A Short History 2019-20A look back at the Champions league since its inception in 1992
07:00Six Nations HighlightsIreland v France. Action from the match in the second round of fixtures at Aviva Stadium. Plus, a look back at England v Italy and Scotland v Wales
BBC Four
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00:00Top of the Pops: 1990Gary Davies hosts the edition first aired on September 13, with performances by artists including Londonbeat, Sonia, Janet Jackson, INXS, Bass-O-Matic, Maria McKee, the KLF, Steve Miller Band and Faith No More
19:00Full Steam AheadThe team discover how the combination of increased leisure time and affordable rail transport brought a new kind of freedom for working-class Victorians. Ruth Goodman travels along the south Devon coast from Paignton to Kingswear, where she helps prepare a paddle steamer for a journey up the River Dart, while at Swanage, Peter Ginn finds out what it was like to work on the excursion trains and the impact mass tourism had on the area
More4
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23:05Murder in the Outback: The Falconio and Lees MysteryIn the third episode, former criminal defence lawyer Andrew Fraser questions the verdict of the murder trial, that saw Bradley Murdoch found guilty of murder. The programme examines other potential suspects, including an eyewitness account of a couple talking to a man who matched the police description of the killer, as well as considering theories that Falconio is still alive, since his body was never found and several people have reported encountering him
08:55Food UnwrappedJimmy Doherty is in the US state of Maryland to find out why soft-shell crab is such a delicacy, Kate Quilton asks what in nature provides the bright blue dye used in sweets and Matt Tebbutt reveals why there is jelly in pork pies and the lengths scientists go to in order to put it there