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RTE One - channel number 91
00:45Oireachtas Report
Coverage of the day's political proceedingsGeneral Social/Political Issues/Economics
01:15Creedon's Cities[SL REP]
Series 1. Episode 4/4: Cork
John Creedon returns to his home city of Cork to find out how it has evolved in comparison to other places, and investigates whether it can be classed as a cosmopolitan metropolis. During his travels, he encounters local faces in the area, including TV personality Calum Best. Last in the seriesDocumentary
02:15Dirty Old Towns?[SL REP]
Series 2. Episode 1/6
Diarmuid Gavin embarks on a mission to clean up the towns of Ireland, and sets a series of challenges to the residents of Portarlington, which straddles Co Laois and Co Offaly. The market town is faced with a number of problems, including ghost estates, neglected recreational amenities and a main street blighted by empty premises. In this first edition, there is also a report on efforts to bring an allotment garden to the troubled Dublin suburb of Summerhill, and radio personality Colm Hayes takes on a weekend project helping people in Daingean, Co Offaly, repaint a streetChallenge/Reality Show
03:10The Takeover[SL REP]
Series 1. Episode 2/6: Ultimate Hair and Beauty
Norah Casey mentors the staff at Ultimate Hair and Beauty in Dublin as owner Des Murray leaves for 10 days. The employees are quick to make changes and remove his window display - and with the boss gone, the younger trainees are given the chance to shine. Leanne is more used to sweeping floors than making business decisions, but comes up with a new service idea, plus stylists Darragh and Caroline pitch the company to two big Irish firms before Rachel decides that online marketing is the futureDocumentary
04:05Shortland Street[SUB REP]
Long-running hospital drama set in a New Zealand accident and emergency ward, following the private and professional lives of the staff who work thereSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
A report on commemorations for the death of the High King of Ireland Brian Boru, who died 1000 years ago this month in the Battle of ClontarfNews
04:55Doctors[SUB REP]
Series 15. Episode 11/222: Hunger
Al worries about his old friend Cassie, whose refusal to fight back against anorexia has serious implications for her health. After an intervention, she agrees to accompany him to the clinic, but when she makes a last-minute bid for freedom, she not only jeopardises her own life, but others too. Meanwhile, the Rev Clement seeks advice from Jimmi on how to take his relationship with Mrs Tembe to the next level. Medical drama, starring Ian MidlaneSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
European and international headlines live via satelliteNews
Buying goods from the comfort of homeAdvertisement/Shopping
07:35Shopping from Home
A chance to buy goods from the comfort of the armchairAdvertisement/Shopping
08:10The Doctors
Your Grossest Body Problems Solved
Medical talk show featuring a panel of practising professionalsTalk Show
09:00Morning Edition[SUB]
A mix of news, sport, business, topical discussion and entertainmentGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics/General News/Current Affairs
10:50Shortland Street[SUB]
Long-running hospital drama set in a New Zealand accident and emergency ward, following the private and professional lives of the staff who work thereSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
Series 15. Episode 214/222: Young Love
Mandy teaches sex education to school pupils and discovers a shocking secret, while Kevin feels depressed about his age and tries to relieve his youth - but soon realises he's not as fit as he used to be. Medical drama, starring Danielle Henry and Simon RiversSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
11:50Leaders' Questions
Live coverage of Question Time in the Dail and the latest reactions to political developments. Includes RTÉ NewsGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
12:45Telly Bingo
Lottery game show, presented by Declan BuckleyGame Show/Quiz
13:00RTÉ News: One O'Clock and Weather[SUB]
National and international newsNews/Weather
13:30Home and Away[SUB]
Bianca confronts Jess about her reasons for staying when she can see the damage it is doing, while Irene repays Chris by setting him up on a date with Tamara, but it backfires spectacularly. Phoebe tells Kyle he needs to choose between her and his family, while a familiar face returns to the BaySoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
In shock at the news that Bailey may have found their daughter, Brad and Lauren decide to invite the woman to Erinsborough. However, while Lauren is convinced she's connecting with her child at last, not everyone is so welcoming - with Matt urging caution and Terese suspecting something is not quite rightSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
News stories from around the country, covering the latest topical issuesNews
15:05Fair City[SUB REP]
Paul and Niamh make last-minute preparations as the opening day for the new development finally arrives. However, Niamh's world is thrown into turmoil when a dark secret from her past comes back to haunt her. Elsewhere, Tommy's cover is almost blown when he gets an unexpected visit from the guards, while Kerri-Ann appears to have an admirerSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
15:35Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked[SUB REP]
Series 3. Episode 7/13
Donal Skehan returns to continue his mission to demonstrate how simple it can be to prepare delicious home-cooked food. He visits Sheridans Cheesemongers' fourth Irish food festival at their headquarters in Co Meath, where he judges a brown bread competition. Plus, he prepares a tasty kedgeree, lime and coconut chicken, and a lemon meringue pieCooking
16:05Ireland's Search and Rescue[SUB REP]
Series 1. Episode 5/6
A woman prompts a dual-agency rescue after a serious fall on her way down a cliff side in Howth. Plus, a mother's day out takes a turn for the worse as a man goes into shock on Bray Head, Co Wicklow, and recalling the Cork plane crash of February 2011. Claire Byrne presentsDocumentary
17:10Local Heroes[REP]
Series 2. Episode 2/6: Ballyshannon Museum
Joe Duffy continues to follow the progress of six inspirational towns that are fighting back against the recession. Today, he visits Ballyshannon, a place just four miles from the Donegal coast, where volunteers have joined together to attract tourists to the area by opening a local museum to promote the theme of `The Oldest Town in Ireland'Documentary
The latest news headlinesNews
18:00The Angelus
18:01RTÉ News: Six One and Weather[SUB]
The latest national and international headlinesNews/Weather
19:00The Zoo[SUB]
Series 5. Episode 2/10
The zookeepers in Dublin try to find out the reason behind Leoni the orang-utan's mysterious cough, and the two newly arrived exotic okapis take their first steps in their new habitat. Meanwhile, Yvonne leaves the city to travel deep into the Irish countryside in search of barn owl chicksNature/Animals/Environment
Lucy continues to get what she wants, stealing Lee's attention away from Whitney - only for her insecurities to surface when the two of them are alone. Meanwhile, Cindy is jealous when she hears Ian boasting about his businesswoman daughter and decides it's high time he knew the truth about her. Over at the Vic, Mick comes up with a cunning plan to make Stan do more around the house - with a little help from local undertaker Les Coker - while Nancy organises a pool competitionSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
20:00Fair City[SUB]
Niamh resorts to desperate measures to keep her affair a secret, and Michael is determined to keep his job in the garage. Tommy plans revenge on Bob for reporting him, and Decco discovers that building a relationship with Kerri-Ann may be harder than he thought. Meanwhile, Wayne is determined to make the wedding special for OrlaSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
20:30At Your Service[SUB REP]
Series 5. Episode 1/8
Hoteliers John and Francis Brennan continue their mission to help independent hospitality businesses by aiding Bernadine and Jimmy Mulhall, who run a country house B&B and organic farm in Ballickmoyler in Co Carlow. It is in immaculate condition but the location is remote and room sales have slumped. The brothers are called in and come up with an ambitious plan to convert a barn into a function venue with a major construction jobDIY
21:00RTÉ News: Nine O'Clock and Weather[SUB]
The latest national and international newsNews/Weather
21:35Prime Time[SUB]
Reporter Richard Downes travels to Africa to uncover what happened earlier this year when Uganda handed back €4 million in misappropriated Irish Aid fundingGeneral News/Current Affairs
22:15Des Bishop: Breaking China[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 1/6
New series. Irish-American writer and comedian Des Bishop relocates to China for a year in the hope of learning Mandarin so he can perform a one-man stand-up show for a Chinese audience. He begins by moving in with a Beijing family and enrolling in a college to begin learning the language, before teaming up with an old friendForeign Countries/Expeditions
22:45Far Out Isn't Far Enough, The Tomi Ungerer Story
Documentary charting a man's lifelong adventure testing social boundaries through subversive art. Tomi Ungerer became one of the most famous children's book authors in America, before he offended many in the profession by pushing the limits of propriety and retreated to Nova Scotia, where he reinvented himself after adopting an agrarian lifestyle. However, it was in Ireland where he found his own personal satisfaction and inner peace. Featuring animations and art work by Tomi, as well as interviews with Jules Feiffer, Patrick Skene Catling and Michael Patrick HearnGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics
23:45Oireachtas Report
Coverage of the day's political proceedingsGeneral Social/Political Issues/Economics