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Sunday 19 August 2018

FAMILY MATTERS

Outnumbered

BBC1, 9pm Sue not only has to deal with an unexpected visit from her sister Angela, but she also has her suspicions that Jake (Tyger Drew-Honey, below) is keeping her in the dark about something.

Also, Ben develops a disturbing ventriloquism act for his school talent contest in this hilarious sitcom about everyday family life.



ON the road

Billy Connolly's Route 66

UTV, 9pm As he travels along the famous highway, Connolly saddles up and gets a feel for what life is like in 'cowboy country'. It's a rough ride which takes in cattle auctions, and a ghost town. He ends the episode in Monument Valley where he talks to a Navajo medicine man.



OVER THE EDGE

Coronation Street

UTV, 8.30pm The stress and strain prove too much for Carla and she resorts to sleeping pills and alcohol to escape her troubles.

Meanwhile, Bill and Pam are back from their travels and Pam wastes no time telling everyone how shocked she is that baby Jack is being looked after by Sally at Kevin's house.



in the saddle

two for the road

RTE1, 8.30pm Sinead Kane is blind but she has never let her disability stop her from chasing her dreams. Recently qualified as a solicitor, she sets out on a road trip with comedian Maeve Higgins -- horse-riding through Mexico.

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