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Monday 18 December 2017

fffPRESENTER Baz Ashmawy's Sky series 50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy continues tonight and viewers will be treated to a taste of Morocco as Baz convinces Nancy to give snake charming a try, before breaking the news that she'll be taking part in the Intercontinental Rally - a dicey off-road race.

fffPRESENTER Baz Ashmawy's Sky series 50 Ways To Kill Your Mammy continues tonight and viewers will be treated to a taste of Morocco as Baz convinces Nancy to give snake charming a try, before breaking the news that she'll be taking part in the Intercontinental Rally - a dicey off-road race.

Filmed across the globe, in Africa, Asia and the USA, the daredevils shot six episodes for Sky. Fifty Ways To Kill Your Mammy will air at 9pm.

FFFPAYING homage to literary legend Oscar Wilde, designer Brendan Courtney will help launch this year's Oscar Wilde Festival in Galway on Friday.

Taking place in the Harbour Hotel, the bash will be followed by the opening session of the programme - a talk about the life of Galway milliner Eva O'Flaherty, a cousin of the writer. The launch will be attended by Vivian Nesbitt, actress from Emmy winning TV show Breaking Bad, who is a great-great granddaughter of O'Flaherty.

FFFCONGRATS to the team at Kinara Kitchen, who have followed up their 2013 award with the 2014 Theatre of Food Picnicker's Award at Electric Picnic.

The annual gong was chosen by grub lovers at the Stradbally extravaganza and the Ranelagh-based haunt had double the amount of votes in comparison to any other vendor.

Tipperary's Global Green Food Project scooped the Judges Award, while a second Judges' Award was presented to Tina Croppe of Crepes in the City.

FFFRETURNING for a fifth year, the prestigious Young Musician of the Year contest is back.

The internationally-recognised competition will host its semi-finals on October 9 at the Freemasons' Hall on Molesworth Street in Dublin's city centre.

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