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Monday 18 December 2017

MY NUMBER ONE A SECRET WORLD MOVING MONEY DECISION TIME

Ireland's Greatest RTE1, 9.35pm

David McWilliams makes a case for former President Mary Robinson (right) for the title of greatest Irish person ever.

He recalls how he was part of the 1980s' generation who just wanted to get out of Ireland because of recession and unemployment. McWilliams argues that the can-do optimism of Mrs Robinson gave hope to countless young people.



A SECRET WORLD

Spooks BBC1, 9pm

The US President is en route to the US for crucial Middle East talks. Beth Bailey and Dimitri Levendis go undercover while the rest of Section D keep a beady eye out for trouble. However, tensions skyrocket when a journalist threatens to blow everybody's cover.



MOVING MONEY

Dispatches: How The Rich Beat The Taxman Channel 4, 8pm

A topical report on how the well-heeled stash their cash abroad to avoid the taxman. It's really a question of having the inside track on how to stay one step ahead of the authorities. The ultra-wealthy can, of course, pay for the best financial brains available.



DECISION TIME

Coronation Street TV3, UTV, 7.30pm, 8.30pm

David is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and it appears that the Street's bad boy may finally be getting his comeuppance. But wily David could still have a few cards to play. Meanwhile, will Carla pay what she owes to Nick?

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