Wednesday's TV Highlights: Veg-growing tips, and a gripping kidnap drama feature among today's best

Wednesday's TV Highlights: Veg-growing tips, and a gripping kidnap drama feature among today's best
Suranne Jones and Lennie James in 'Save Me Too'

In a new daily feature, Arts editor Des O'Driscoll lists the best things on the box for the evening ahead

Grow Cook Eat

Attempts to grow purple sprouting broccoli don't quite succeed, but they have more luck in a polytunnel.

There's also a visit to Hanako Flowers near Inchigeelagh, where a German couple are growing rare, organic blooms.

  • RTÉ One, 7.30pm

Save Me Too

Episode two of the dark but decent drama features the beginning of the trial of the man accused of grooming the girl that main character Nelly rescued in season one.

  • Sky Atlantic, 9pm

Máthair

The enjoyable series concludes with possibly the least-known of the Irish mothers who feature, but the life of Alice McElwee is as interesting as any of the others.

Unfortunately it was also marked by tragedy.

She faced the hearbreaking situation of seeing her son, Thomas McElwee, deteriorate and eventually die as the ninth republican hunger-striker to lose his life at the H Blocks in 1981.

  • TG4, 9.30pm

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