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What's on Now & Next (2021-07-26)
RTE One
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23:30Silent WitnessPart two of two. The concrete-encased remains have been identified and the victim's family tracked down - but the team soon has another suspicious death on their hands when Clarissa's investigation leads her to a cryogenics facility, where a body has been frozen. A post-mortem is required to discover how the victim died and who is responsible for having the remains put on ice
06:15TeleshoppingBuying goods from the comfort of home
RTE2
[102]
21:00TakenAn American teenager travelling through Europe is abducted by a gang of sex traffickers. However, what the kidnappers do not realise is that the girl's father is a former CIA agent, who employs all his old skills as he searches for the criminals and tries to rescue his daughter. Thriller, starring Liam Neeson, Famke Janssen and Maggie Grace
09:00Tokyo 2020: DaytimePeter Collins presents coverage of day three of the Games, including the men's artistic gymnastics team final at Ariake Gymnastics Centre, where the likes of Great Britain, Russia, China and the hosts are expected to contend. Over at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre, American Katie Ledecky will be competing again. The women's 1500m freestyle is a new race at this year's Olympics, and as the longest race in the pool, it will be a real test of endurance - but no one will be better suited to it than Ledecky, who is the world record holder. Over at Makuhari Messe Hall, the gold-medal matches in the women's -67kg and men's -80kg Taekwondo disciplines take place. At the same venue, the women's sabre and men's foil individual fencing finals are held, while medals are decided in the mixed doubles table tennis at Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Virgin Media One
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23:05BancroftFree from the restrictions of her position, Elizabeth is determined to bring the true murderer to some form of justice. Armed with information to solve the case, she heads straight into the heart of the viper's nest. In a disturbing confrontation, she is forced to face her own demons. Crime thriller, starring Sarah Parish, David Avery and Charlotte Hope
06:10The Six O'Clock ShowChat show, featuring celebrity interviews, 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
TG4
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23:57An Aimsir LáithreachNational and international weather
07:00Cúla 4 na nÓg
Virgin Media Two
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00:00Emmerdale
08:30Pick Me!Lively, loud and energetic audience members compete for the attentions of host Stephen Mulhern. If he selects them to play they could win cash, or a major prize - but only if they come out on top in a dramatic, often hilarious game of knowledge, judgement and bluff
Virgin Media Three
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00:00Jekyll and HydeFantasy adventure series inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's novel. The grandson of the infamous Dr Jekyll returns to London from Ceylon in the 1930s when he receives an inheritance. As he delves into his family's mysterious past, he does not realise he is being pursued by members of a secret society - while a ruthless spymaster intends to use him as bait for a trap. Starring Tom Bateman and Richard E Grant
07:00TeletubbiesPo rides her scooter while the gang sit down to enjoy some Tubby custard and watch children hunt for chocolate eggs
BBC One
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22:25BBC Newsline; Weather
09:00Olympics 2020Hazel Irvine and Gabby Logan present coverage of day three of the Games, with Max Whitlock and the Team GB men's artistic gymnastics squad likely to feature in the team final from 11.00 at Ariake Gymnastics Centre. Great Britain finished an agonising fourth in Rio, and will need to be at the top of their game to overhaul the likes of Russia, China and hosts Japan in Tokyo. Over at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre, American Katie Ledecky and Britain's Freya Anderson will be competing in the pool. The women's 1500m freestyle is a new race at this year's Olympics, and as the longest race in the pool, it will be a real test of endurance - but no one will be better suited to it than Ledecky, who is the world record holder. Meanwhile, Anderson won 200m freestyle at this year's European Championships and is a rising star in British swimming - but the event looks to have one of the most competitive fields in Tokyo
BBC Two
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00:10Wild on WaterKaren Patterson discovers wildlife on Strangford Lough, and observes life on Bird Island, one of the most important nesting sites in Ireland
06:45PointlessQuiz in which contestants try to score the fewest points possible by giving the least obvious correct answers to questions. Presented by Alexander Armstrong, with Richard Osman
Channel 4
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00:05Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares USAThe chef again comes to the aid of failing American restaurants, starting in Fishtown, Philadelphia, where he tries to help the three owners of the Hot Potato Cafe, which has not made a profit in two years. Spurred on by a scathing review by an influential critic, he makes radical changes to alter the staff's attitudes and create food that is up to his own exacting standards
06:40Mike & MollyVictoria panics about her forthcoming 30th birthday, and drags Mike and Molly into the fray. Comedy, starring Billy Gardell and Melissa McCarthy
E4
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23:30DuncanvilleTo celebrate their anniversary, Jack and Annie visit a 1980s-themed club, Jing makes Duncan marry her, while Kimberly acts out for attention. Animated comedy revolving around a 15-year-old boy with a rich fantasy life
06:30HollyoaksScott and Sid realise that they have been told two different stories by Trish. Cher continues to confide in `Jade" about coming second to Mercedes in her dad's eyes
Sky One
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00:00BreedersAs Jim and Jackie's golden wedding anniversary party is plunged into darkness by a power cut, the growing tensions between Paul and Luke reach an explosive and terrifying climax
06:30FuturamaZapp Brannigan gets dropped from the service for wiping out a space conference, so decides to join the Planet Express team - inspiring Fry and Bender to raise a mutiny against Leela
Sky Two
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00:009-1-1: Lone StarA funeral takes an unexpected turn when another dead body makes an appearance. Owen and Tommy feel displaced as Gwyn moves into their home TK makes waves in his new position
06:30TeleshoppingA chance for viewers to purchase goods from the comfort of home
Virgin Media Sport
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23:00Bellator MMAAction froom the Ballator 258 event at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut, where the Bantamweight Championship bout between Juan Arculeta and Sergio Pettis headlined
07:30OTBAM LiveOff The Ball's sports breakfast show, every weekday morning bringing news, reaction and analysis along with feature interviews
BBC Four
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23:10Size MattersHannah Fry imagines a world in which things are smaller. She finds out what would happen if the Earth was half the size it is now, shrinks people to just 5mm tall and finds out the minimum size of the sun and other stars
19:00The Joy of PaintingAmerican artist Bob Ross offers tips and tricks as he paints an autumn scene, with a cool breeze blowing as trees reflect off a glistening pond
More4
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23:008 Out of 10 Cats Does CountdownJimmy Carr hosts as Sean Lock and Kevin Bridges take on Jon Richardson and Victoria Coren Mitchell in the words-and-numbers quiz. Spencer Jones joins Susie Dent in Dictionary Corner, while maths whizz Rachel Riley looks after the numbers and letters
08:55Kirstie's Vintage GemsKirstie Allsopp helps Amber and Colin turn their bedroom into a dream vintage haven. After an initial assessment, the presenter begins by getting rid of any mass-produced furniture