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RTE One - channel number 91
01:45Necessary Roughness
Series 2. Episode 1/16: Shrink or Swim
New series. The drama starring Callie Thorne returns. The Hawks face problems ahead of the football season when the team's owner Marshall Pittman divorces his wife, and rumours abound that he is facing financial difficulties. Dani finds out she and her ex-husband are being audited by the IRS because they possibly owe thousands of dollars in taxesGeneral Movie/Drama
02:40Telly Bingo[REP]
Lottery game show, presented by Declan BuckleyGame Show/Quiz
02:50Prime Time[SUB REP]
Current affairs review, covering political and social topics at home and abroad, plus local and international headlinesGeneral News/Current Affairs
03:25Shortland 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
03:50Dr Phil[SUB REP]
Talk show in which Dr Phil McGraw invites guests to confront their problemsTalk Show
04:35Doctors[SUB REP]
Series 15. Episode 16/222: Refuge
Emma becomes involved in a complicated domestic abuse case on her first day at the station since Sam's death, while Jas and Kevin are summoned to see Howard after their impromptu radio performance. Medical drama, starring Dido Miles and Ian KelseySoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
05:05EuroNews
European and international headlines live via satelliteNews
05:55Teleshopping
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
100,000 Pound Weight Loss Secrets
The medical professionals reveal the best tips to keep the figure slim and fitTalk Show
09:00Morning Edition[SUB]
A mix of news, sport, business, topical discussion and entertainmentGeneral Education/Science/Factual Topics/General News/Current Affairs
10:55Dr Phil[SUB]
Violent Vixen
Talk show in which Dr Phil McGraw invites guests to confront their problemsTalk Show
11:45Shortland 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
12:15Doctors[SUB]
Series 15. Episode 17/222: Talented Kid
Daniel becomes involved with two brothers who are forced to confront their shortcomings after their composer father dies. Meanwhile, Jas and Kevin prepare for their first radio session - but when they discover they are running the whole show, lots of awkward silences ensue, and Mrs Tembe becomes overwhelmed by the amount of goods left at the food bankSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
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 struggles to see how her relationship with Heath can survive as he dotes over his new son, while Brax and Casey try to help Josh and Andy come to terms with their grief. Chris misreads the signals and thinks Denny is interested in him after their date, but a little advice from Irene sets him straightSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
14:00Neighbours[SUB]
Naomi tries to keep Sonya away from potential clients, convinced she's a liability, while Toadie is impressed by his new employee's energy and efficiency. Doug is delighted with Josh, telling Brad they make a good team, but the teenager is rather less excited about his new career in constructionSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
14:10EastEnders[SUB REP]
The Beales are still numb with grief, and while Dot attempts to console the family, it all proves too much for Peter, whose only comfort is a visit from Lauren. To add to their woes, the police arrive to search Lucy's room for evidence - but when they conduct interviews, Ian is furious with Cindy's lack of respect for her dead sister and he makes a drastic decision. At the same time, Denise is left feeling guilty after finding out why her fiance kept things from herSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
15:05Fair City[SUB REP]
Niamh suffers the consequences of her bad behaviour when Michael asks whether she is still attracted to him, and Dan has a romantic gesture thrown back in his face. Meanwhile, Decco gets taught an expensive lesson and Tommy's campaign of terror escalatesSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
15:35Kitchen Hero: HomeCooked[SUB REP]
Series 3. Episode 11/13
Donal Skehan visits Dublin Zoo, one of the country's most popular attractions since it opened in 1831. Feeding time is often people's favourite event of the day, so the chef sets out to provide the visitors as well as the animals with grub as he prepares caramelised banana pancakes, Mexican fish tacos and a polenta cakeCooking
16:05The Restaurant[SUB REP]
Series 7. Episode 4/6
Irish Times deputy editor Fintan O'Toole takes to the kitchen, hoping to impress the judges with the meal he prepares anonymously for diners in a professional restaurant. With guest critic Clodagh McKennaGeneral Show/Game Show
16:35My Showhouse[REP]
Series 1. Episode 4/8
Co Tipperary resident Breda Gleeson asks Neville Knott and the team to revamp her neo-Georgian mid-terrace, which suffers from a north-facing back garden that gives the kitchen a cold atmosphere. She also hopes they can help her shed a distinctly 1980s interior design, and inject a dose of feng shui into her homeDIY
17:10Local Heroes[SUB REP]
Series 2. Episode 6/6: Lough Key Forest Park
Joe Duffy continues to follow the progress of six inspirational towns fighting back against the recession. Today, he visits Lough Key Forest Park, just three miles out of Boyle, Co Roscommon. The area has more than 80,000 visitors a year, but the locals want to draw more people to the town. Members of the Men's Shed decide to build a model railway, in the hope that it will attract families on day tripsDocumentary
17:40Nuacht[SUB]
The latest news headlinesNews
18:00The Angelus
Spiritual/Religious
18:01RTÉ News: Six One and Weather[SUB]
The latest national and international headlinesNews/Weather
19:00Nationwide[SUB]
A report from the Convention Centre in Dublin, where recently 4000 people officially became Irish citizens, hearing some of the people's stories and where they've travelled fromNews
19:30Guth Na nGael[SUB]
Series 1. Episode 6/6: Keening and the Blues
Mairead Ni Mhaonaigh examines the Irish tradition of keening - a form of vocal lament associated with mourning - and whether its influence still resonates in today's music. The programme includes contributions from Declan O'Rourke, Muireann Nic Amhlaoibh, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Susan McKeown and the Voice Squad. Last in the seriesDocumentary
20:00EastEnders[SUB]
Sharon feels guilty about not being there for Ian and insists she and Phil go pay their condolences, but she is unprepared for the state she finds her old friend in. The grieving father realises he made a mistake with Cindy - does he have time to put things right? As the police continue their questioning, a nervous Max eavesdrops on their conversation with Lauren, while Nancy is taken aback by what Lee tells them. Peter finds Lauren more supportive than girlfriend Lola, Masood has something to tell Jane, and Alfie hands out black armbands to the market traders as a mark of respect - but not everyone is willing to show their supportSoap/Melodrama/Folkloric
20:30Firefighters[SUB REP]
Series 2. Episode 1/8
Documentary following members of Dublin Fire Brigade. The crew searches for the occupants of a house that caught fire, come to the aid of an elderly lady in an overturned car and help a puppy that has become trapped in the sewer systemDocumentary
21:00RTÉ News: Nine O'Clock and Weather[SUB]
The latest national and international newsNews/Weather
21:35The Late Late Show[SUB]
Series 52. Episode 31/38
Ryan Tubridy hosts the light entertainment show, featuring a mix of celebrity guests, music, in-depth interviews and discussions on the stories that have the nation talkingTalk Show
23:45RTÉ News[SUB]
News
23:55Dr T and the Women
A gynaecologist suffers a series of personal disasters as his wife has a breakdown, his secretary falls in love with him and his daughter's impending wedding is threatened by her secret affair with a female friend. Fortunately, he finds some respite from family strife in a relationship with a patient. Robert Altman's comedy, starring Richard Gere, Helen Hunt, Kate Hudson, Liv Tyler and Farrah FawcettFilm/Comedy