Thursday's TV highlights: Man United, National Treasure and Whiplash

Thursday's TV highlights: Man United, National Treasure and Whiplash

Man Utd are in action in the Premier League, while Robbie Coltrane stars in a repeat of his National Treasure series.

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The Young Offenders are set to return to our screens later this month

The Young Offenders are set to return to our screens later this month

Series three of "The Young Offenders" will reach our screens on Friday the 24th of July at 9.35pm.

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Five Minutes With... Anna Nightingale and Alex Lincoln

Five Minutes With... Anna Nightingale and Alex Lincoln

The Emmerdale cast are back filming after a break during lockdown. Stars Anna Nightingale and Alex Lincoln tease what's in store for Andrea and Jamie.

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Five TV shows for the week ahead: edgy drama and new shows

Five TV shows for the week ahead: edgy drama and new shows

Top tips for the telly this week, courtesy of Arts Editor Des O'Driscoll.

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Five minutes with ... Rebel Wilson

Five minutes with ... Rebel Wilson

Rebel Wilson hopes to shine a light on Aussie comics with first-of-its-kind comedy series, LOL: Last One Laughing Australia. Gemma Dunn finds out more

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Five TV shows for the week ahead: 28 Days Later, Mary Kennedy and a return to the void

Five TV shows for the week ahead: 28 Days Later, Mary Kennedy and a return to the void

Arts Editor Des O'Driscoll serves up his top TV tips for the week ahead.

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Five minutes with... Nigel Havers

Five minutes with... Nigel Havers

Nigel Havers talks to Sherna Noah about The Bidding Room.

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Five TV shows for the week ahead: Samantha Barry, David Gray and World Cup action

Five TV shows for the week ahead: Samantha Barry, David Gray and World Cup action

A look at the week's telly highlights with Arts Editor, Des O'Driscoll.

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Gogglebox apologises to Eamonn Holmes after he said he was ‘hurt’ by the show

Gogglebox apologises to Eamonn Holmes after he said he was ‘hurt’ by the show

The TV presenter said that he would ‘move on’ from the incident.

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New Windrush scandal drama ‘needs to be seen by white people’

New Windrush scandal drama ‘needs to be seen by white people’

The story ‘needs to be told’, according to actor Patrick Robinson.

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Letters to the Editor: Threat of jail shows we’re not all in this together

Letters to the Editor: Threat of jail shows we’re not all in this together

We're all in this together. When presenters take a break from praising and congratulation each other we get an advertisement threatening us with jail if we don't cough up the licence fee to support their bloated salaries.

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Schitt's Creek to Shameless: 12 comedies to stream

Schitt's Creek to Shameless: 12 comedies to stream

Up for a laugh? Des O'Driscoll offers a selection of recent arrivals and classic you may have forgotten about.

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Sports Stadium recalled: 'It was the Carlsberg job, being paid to bring sport to the Irish people'

Sports Stadium recalled: 'It was the Carlsberg job, being paid to bring sport to the Irish people'

Larry Ryan talks to Michael Lyster, Stephen Alkin, George Hamilton, Maurice Reidy and Michael O’Carroll to recall the heyday of RTÉ’s flagship Saturday show ‘Sports Stadium’.

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Lockdown shields Normal People star Paul Mescal from fame

Lockdown shields Normal People star Paul Mescal from fame

Normal People star Paul Mescal has revealed how he has been been insulated from huge fame from his breakout role due to quarantine.

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5 Minutes with Fred Sirieix (First Dates Hotel)

5 Minutes with Fred Sirieix (First Dates Hotel)

As First Dates Hotel returns for another series, manager Fred Sirieix reflects on what was a joyful summer of love for its British singletons. And at a time like this, that hope is more important than ever, he tells Gemma Dunn.

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5 TV shows for the week ahead

5 TV shows for the week ahead

Arts Editor Des O'Driscoll gives his picks for the week on the small screen.

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Several Time Lords to feature in new Doctor Who story

Several Time Lords to feature in new Doctor Who story

Time Lord Victorious will be ‘set within the Dark Times at the start of the universe’.

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Irish soap success Red Rock returns to Virgin Media One

Irish soap success Red Rock returns to Virgin Media One

Virgin Media Television has announced that all 232 episodes of the award winning crime drama series ‘Red Rock’ will return to Virgin Media One from May 5.

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This Much I Know: Maura Derrane, broadcaster

This Much I Know: Maura Derrane, broadcaster

"I fell into broadcasting by chance. Growing up in rural Ireland in the 70s and 80s, careers in television weren’t exactly on our radar."

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Home of the Year: Three doors swing open tonight to offer us a welcome distraction

Home of the Year: Three doors swing open tonight to offer us a welcome distraction

Interiors voyeurism will never go out of style – not least when we’re all confined to barracks and eyeing up neglected corners of our own residences that could do with TLC.

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Save Me Too: What to expect from the Lennie James kidnap thriller

Save Me Too: What to expect from the Lennie James kidnap thriller

Lennie James tells Gemma Dunn what’s in store for the second series of his gripping kidnap thriller, Save Me.

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Disney+ to provide 'much needed respite' with Irish streaming launch

Disney+ to provide 'much needed respite' with Irish streaming launch

The service includes Star Wars, the Simpsons and Marvel, as well as decades of Disney's own classic material.

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RTÉ announces Irish and international 'box-set' additions to RTÉ Player

RTÉ announces Irish and international 'box-set' additions to RTÉ Player

Love/Hate, Frasier and original programming added this week to RTE's streaming video service.

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Sweet 16 as Masterchef returns

Sweet 16 as Masterchef returns

Cooking in the MasterChef kitchen is just as scary as you’d imagine, writes Georgia Humphreys.

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Doctor Who returns: TV bosses confirm start of new series

Doctor Who returns: TV bosses confirm start of new series

Fearsome monsters The Judoon and the Cybermen are making a comeback.

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Comcast defeats Fox in war for Sky

Comcast defeats Fox in war for Sky

Comcast has beaten Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox in the battle for Sky after offering £30.6bn (€26bn) in a dramatic auction to decide the fate of the pay-television group.

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Gareth O’Callaghan has emotional sign off: ‘Thanks for the memories’

Gareth O’Callaghan has emotional sign off: ‘Thanks for the memories’

Legend of the Irish airwaves Gareth O’Callaghan gave listeners to his final show on Classic Hits 4FM an emotional send-off yesterday.

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Sex, drugs, and poisoned chicken stories on new TG4 programme

Sex, drugs, and poisoned chicken stories on new TG4 programme

What’s the best way for a student nurse to stop a housemate stealing her food from a shared fridge?

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Cumberbatch: 'The hardest task was containing that amount of hurt and pain'

Cumberbatch: 'The hardest task was containing that amount of hurt and pain'

Benedict Cumberbatch stars in Patrick Melrose, a series based on the novels by Edward St Aubyn. He tells Gemma Dunn more about his character, who suffered an abusive childhood and drug-addled adulthood.

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Screening of Young Offenders finale goes down a storm in Cork's English Market

Screening of Young Offenders finale goes down a storm in Cork's English Market

The final episode of The Young Offenders, which was screened for the first time in Cork's English Market last night, attracted over 600 fans with 200 of the cast and crew also in attendance.

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Jeremy Clarkson to host new episodes of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

Jeremy Clarkson to host new episodes of Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?

There’s a new face confirmed for the reboot of the popular game show, which turns 20 this year.

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Your guide to what’s new on Netflix this weekend

Your guide to what’s new on Netflix this weekend

Here’s your one stop shop for what’s new on Netflix this weekend.

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