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Monday 11 December 2017

ONE TO ONE WHAT NEXT? TASTE OF SUGAR HIGH IN THE SKY

The Saturday Night Show

RTE1, 9.45pm

Brendan O'Connor (right) gets into his stride for a new season of Saturday night chat. A successful run this year could push him into the frontline of RTE presenters.

However, Ryan Tubridy has the big advantage in that he goes first on Friday nights, and inevitably gets the pick of the big-name guests.



WHAT NEXT?

Britain Does The Funniest Things UTV, 5.20pm

The weird and the wacky are certainly out in force tonight. There's the story of a 90-year-old belly dancer determined to keep gyrating for many more years, grown men who dress up as Vikings and a fire-eating vicar who doesn't even get hot under the collar as he enthuses about his hobby.



TASTE OF SUGAR

When Piers Met Lord Sugar UTV, 9pm

Piers Morgan has carved out one hell of a TV career since his time as editor of News of the World. Tonight, he chats with contrary businessman Alan Sugar, who kicks off a new series of The Apprentice on Wednesday. The multi-millionaire takes Piers to the tough council estate where he spent his childhood and on a tour of his luxury mansion in Florida.



HIGH IN THE SKY

Blitz: The Bombing Of Coventry BBC2, 7.30pm

During World War II, Britain suffered waves of air attacks by the Luftwaffe and outside of London, one of the most damaged cities was Coventry. During the course of a relentless 12-hour onslaught, the Luftwaffe dropped thousands of bombs on the city, causing widespread death and mayhem.

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