RTÉ One, 7pm
Consumer show with Conor Pope and Santis O’Garro. Each episode focuses on a different topic, including transport, housing and energy. But it begins with food, revealing that price hikes are already starting to bite. A single mother from Carlow discusses her concerns before visiting food bank volunteers.
Two sisters present their maternity-wear business to potential investors, and will a new type of fizzy cocktail prove to be the Dragons' taste? An entrepreneur pitches an idea to help businesses become more accessible for anyone with a disability, and a builder believes that he's come up with a game-changer for the construction trade.
GP Dee (61) from Westmeath meets with healthcare worker James (64) from Mayo. 6’6” Chris (27) from Dublin and 5’3” Áine (26) from Limerick are paired together; Lisa (55) from Dublin dines with Aidan (67) also from Dublin. And Masters student Caoimhe (23) from Armagh is matched with hotel receptionist John (23) from Cavan.
Michael Kirk and his team reveal the inside story of what led to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, examining the events that shaped Vladimir Putin and the grievances that drive him.
Artist Daniel O’Neill is the subject of a retrospective exhibition at the Farmleigh Gallery — curator Karen Reihill joins Seán Rocks to discuss.
Answering the questions of nature — why do leaves fall off of some trees but not off of others?
Dan Hegarty presents a live set from indie outfit Soda Blonde, recorded at Dublin’s Vicar Street last month as part of the Choice Music Prize ceremony.