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Wednesday 20 September 2017

SELf-HELP TEAM

DIY SOS TV3, 7.30pm A team of experts comes to the aid of amateurs whose projects have gone horribly wrong (not to be confused with the IMF bailout), helping them to finally bring their plans to fruition. Presented by cheeky-chappie Nick Knowles (left) and his merry band of beer- gut builders.

TV3, 7.30pm A team of experts comes to the aid of amateurs whose projects have gone horribly wrong (not to be confused with the IMF bailout), helping them to finally bring their plans to fruition. Presented by cheeky-chappie Nick Knowles (left) and his merry band of beer- gut builders.



taking the blame

My Child the Rioter: a wonderland film

BBC2, 9pm Interviews with parents of those involved in the riots that took place across England last August, revealing how their lives have been changed by the actions of their sons and daughters. They discuss how they felt when politicians and the media cited poor parenting as a major cause of the chaos.



Costa crisis

Terror at Sea: The Sinking of the Concordia

Channel 4, 8pm An investigation into the capsizing of cruise ship the Costa Concordia off the coast of Italy on January 13. The film uses computer graphics to reconstruct the events that led to the tragedy and features interviews with survivors, rescuers and experts. The programme also details accusations that flaws in the design of some modern cruise ships makes them vulnerable to this sort of event.



memory games

The Exit List

UTV, 8pm Game show hosted by Matt Allwright, based on an epic challenge in which a pair of contestants enter a 26-room maze containing varying amounts of money -- with only one room holding the coveted £100,000. Standing in their way is a set of questions and their answers are added to the Exit List, which the players must memorise to make their escape with the loot.

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