herald

Tuesday 17 October 2017

tuck in

Sky ATLANTIC, 9pm

Martijn Kajuiter, chef at Co Waterford's Cliff House Hotel, prepares a 'surf and turf' dish that features Irish pork served with Norwegian king crab. Neven cooks chestnut and wild mushroom soup, along with beef Wellington.

surviving ebola

horizon

bbc2, 9pm

As the West Africa Ebola outbreak continues to claim lives, this special edition meets scientists and doctors from around the world who are looking for a cure to the deadly virus, and hears first-hand accounts of what it is like to catch - and survive - the disease.

saints on the street

the homeless shelter

tv3, 9pm

This documentary examining homelessness in Ireland, following those working hard to combat the problem and witnessing the daily struggles they encounter while trying to assist those who need help.

the plot thickens

scott & bailey

utv, 9pm

As the crime drama returns for a fourth series, a vulnerable young man is reported missing by his pub landlord boss. Syndicate 9 suspect Robin McKendrick may have been killed after a photo of him bound and gagged in a car boot appears online. However, the case takes an unusual turn when a body found in a flooded quarry turns out to be a woman's corpse. Meanwhile, battle-scarred from their conflict last year, Scott and Bailey are determined to move forward with honesty.

do the hucklebuck

a little bit showband

tg4, 11pm

Ronan Collins presents a six-part documentary series celebrating the careers of the stars who rose to fame during the country's showband era. This first edition focuses on Brendan Bowyer - often hailed as 'Ireland's answer to Elvis' - and lead singer of 1960s pop group the Royal Showband.

AS series three of the hit comedy concludes, viewers are treated to a double bill of the show loosly based on Armando Iannucci's The Thick of It. Having lost his job with the Maddox camp, Jonah begs his mother to talk to his uncle Jeff Kane, who controls the senior vote in New Hampshire. Meanwhile, Selina (Julia Louis-Dreyfus, right) has an interview with pretentious journalist Quincy Carter, who leaves his phone on her desk and records the team derisively discussing a $4,000 campaign donation. Selina realises that she is sunk, but Kent arrives from DC with some stunning news.

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