Tuesday 25 October 2016

Dead on their feet

rte1, 8.30pm

New series. Rick and the group are back - and trapped in a train car awaiting a grim fate at the hands of the Terminus inhabitants. Starring Andrew Lincoln.

Teenage terror

joan of arc: god's warrior

bbc2, 9pm During the Middle Ages, a 17-year-old girl came from nowhere and fronted an army in a world that believed that women could neither fight nor lead. In this film, Helen Castor reveals the reasons Joan of Arc was able to do what she did in a tale of military and religious events mixed with psychological courtroom drama.

Talent spotting

britain's got talent

tv3/utv, 7.30pm THE tension mounts during the second live semi-final hosted by Ant and Dec. The 2015 contenders are hoping they have what it takes to follow in the footsteps of last year's winners, Collabro, by taking their place on stage at the Royal Variety Performance and winning a life-changing cash prize of £250,000. The results are at 9.30pm. Continues tomorrow.

Growing pains...

kirstie and phil's ove it or list it

Channel 4, 8pm In Brixham, Northamptonshire, rugby fan Ian wants to leave the property that he and wife Sarah bought together two years ago. With a toddler and a couple of dogs, their two-bed rural semi is bursting at the seams. However, Sarah believes the house has the potential and wants to stay - if they can sort out their dingy ground floor. Kirstie wants to open up the downstairs, but will Ian and Sarah like the idea?

My son, the serial killer

we need to talk about kevin

bbc Four, 9pm (2011, General Movie/Drama) A mother leads an isolated life after her teenage son commits multiple murders. Tormented with guilt and grief, she begins to pick apart the key events of his childhood, trying to work out if she ever truly loved him, and if she is responsible for turning him into a monster. Drama based on Lionel Shriver's novel, starring Tilda Swinton, John C Reilly and Ezra Miller.

New series. As the cookery show returns for a new series, Donal Skehan (inset)heads to Lifford and visits Donegal Rapeseed Oil. He talks to boss Austin Duignan about the success of the company's produce, including a range infused with various flavours such as garlic, chili, and lemon. Donal also heads for Kinnegar Brewery, which produces Pale ale, Amber ale, India pale ale, Rye ale and Porter.

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