In the first episode, we get a truthful view into the world of security as we document one
company through their night shift.
During the night we also follow the local milkman of the greater Dublin area as he
ploughs along his shift delivering dairy products to all.
It’s 3am and for many it’s the middle of the night but for Joe Duffy the owner of
Smithfield’s oldest flower stall it’s time to get up and get ready for the busy day ahead.
This brand new TV3 fly on the wall documentary highlights the task in hand of working
through the night while the majority of the people sleep soundly.
Ireland By Night explores the night-shift workers as they go about their respective duties.
When a masked intruder tries to kill Rigsby and Van Pelt, they travel to Austin and
regroup with Lisbon and Jane.
Abbott gives them clearance to help the team track down the CBI killer.
Meanwhile, the body of Dan Becker, an anti-fracking advocate, has been found on a
fracking site west of Austin.
The locals are blaming the oil company for Dan’s death, but the corporation thinks that a
militant hacker group was behind the murder.
Patrick Jane (series star Simon Baker), an independent consultant with the California
Bureau of Investigation (CBI), has a remarkable track record for solving serious crimes
by using his razor sharp skills of observation and psychological manipulation.
Lads aged 12 and under are six times more likely than girls to be kicked out of school,
and 90 per cent of young offenders previously excluded from school, so it’s clear
something needs to be done to keep pre-teenage boys on the right track.
That’s the goal of Stephen Drew, the inspirational head teacher from Educating Essex.
If you missed last week’s opening episode, his mission in this series is to help 11 boys
whose behaviour is threatening their future by enrolling them - and their parents – in a
unique residential summer school.
The series continues a week into the project, and Mr Drew believes he has a good sense
of where each family’s problems lie. Beginning with 10-year-old Dominic, he is stunned
by video evidence of how he speaks to his mother.
There are also issues caused by the school’s healthy snacks policy, and a day at the
seaside leads to a battle of wills between 11-year-old Clark and Mr Drew.
Harry returns for his fourth year at Hogwarts to find someone has volunteered him for
a prestigious but potentially deadly magical tournament, which will see him competing
against the cream of the wizarding world’s other boarding schools.
To make matters worse, it appears the evil Lord Voldemort is planning a comeback, and
Harry and Ron face the even more terrifying prospect of finding dates for the Yule Ball.
It’s one of the best of the Harry Potter films – darker and more complex than the early
instalments, but easier to follow than the later movies, which can be a bit mystifying if
you haven’t read the books.
Young stars Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson rise to the challenge
admirably, while the supporting adult cast is chock full of some of Britain’s best
actors, with Brendan Gleeson proving a particularly welcome addition to the Hogwarts
Look out for a pre-Twilight Robert Pattinson as Harry’s rival Cedric. Following Ian
Brown of the Stone Roses cameo in Prisoner of Azkaban, this one features Jarvis Cocker
and members of Radiohead playing the Hogwarts Yule Ball.
Rabbit Hole is a 2010 American drama film starring Nicole Kidman, Aaron Eckhart, and
Becca and Howie Corbett mourn the death of their 4-year-old son Danny who was killed
in a car accident when he ran out into the street after his dog.
Becca wants to give away Danny's clothes, remove Danny's things, and sell their house,
but Howie is angry at Becca's elimination of anything that reminds them of their child.
Becca and Howie attend a self-help group, but Becca is irritated by some members of the
group, particularly by one couple who attribute their child's death to God's will.