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Monday 11 December 2017

MIDWEEK SPORT FIGHTING FIT SWEET AND SOUR LOOKING GOOD

FA Cup replay Health Of The Nation Chocolate: The Bitter Truth Off The Rails

UTV, 7.30pm

Spurs are at home in this FA Cup quarter-final replay against Fulham after they played out a tense goalless draw at Craven Cottage earlier this month.

It proved a tightly contested encounter, although short on clear-cut openings. Roy Hodgson has fashioned a useful side at Fulham who have made their mark on the European stage.



FIGHTING FIT

RTE1, 8.30pm

This week, Dr Mark Hamilton scores some sound advice from Manchester United supremo John O'Shea at the team's training ground. The veteran defender talks about how he tries to keep his asthma at bay.

Both Mark and Dr Nina Byrne have their finger on the pulse in Waterford when a teenager with heart palpitations attends the mobile clinic.



SWEET AND SOUR

BBC1, 9pm

For countless millions, chocolate is the sweetest taste of all -- but the reality about where it comes from and how it's made is more difficult to digest. Reporter Paul Kenyon goes undercover as a cocoa trader in West Africa. He comes face-to-face with children as young as seven working nearly round the clock in horrific conditions to keep the price of your chocolate bar competitive.



LOOKING GOOD

RTE1, 8pm

Brendan Courtney shows that age is no barrier to looking good when a woman of mature years gets a much-needed makeover.

And now that spring has finally sprung, there's an up-to-date look at the latest hairstyle trends.

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