ARE NIDGE'S DAYS NUMBERED?
(Sunday. RTE1, 9.30pm)
How on earth are newspapers going to fill pages now that the latest series of Love/Hate comes to a close tonight? In terms of plot Nidge has become increasingly edgy, with Spanish-based gangster Terrence and Traveller bomb-maker Patrick eager to put a halt to his gallop.
IRELAND TAKE ON SCOTLAND
EURO 2016 QUALIFIER
(Friday. RTE2, 7pm)
Let's see, the Republic of Ireland versus Scotland in Celtic Park with controversy already stoked about ticket allocations and Scotland manager Gordon Strachan saying that Aiden McGeady and James McCarthy can expect a hostile reception. What could possibly go wrong?
JOHNNY AT HIS BEST
JOHNNY CASH : THE MAN, HIS WORLD, HIS MUSIC
(Friday. BBC4, 9pm)
Robert Elfstrom's 1969 film captures the legendary musician at the height of his powers, having just completed the classic Live at Folsom Prison album and hosting his own TV show. Included is rare film of a duet with Bob Dylan.
sue's asian adventure
THE MEKONG RIVER WITH SUE PERKINS
(Sunday. BBC2, 8pm)
Sue Perkins is an ideal host for a four-part series in which she travels 3,000 miles along one of Asia's greatest rivers. Tonight she samples noodles in Vietnam before heading into Cambodia for a sobering meeting with people who survived Pol Pot's terror in the killing fields.
A FABULOUS NEW YORK STROLL
(Tuesday. BBC1, 11.05pm)
In Bette Midler: the Divine Miss M, Alan Yentob takes a sentimental ramble around New York with the formidable singer as she traces the places which were important to her career. Of course, she has a new album to plug but is still fabulous value for a documentary like this.