Wednesday 18 October 2017

TV Highlight Sunday

what remains

BBC1, 9.00pm

As the gritty crime drama reaches its conclusion, the inquest into Melissa's death is complete and the residents of Coulthard Street seem determined to move on, but Len (David Threlfall, right) can't let the case go and takes desperate measures to solve the case before it's too late. The sunday game live

RTE Two, 1.45pm

Micheal Lyster (right) presents coverage of the All-Ireland Senior Camogie Final from Croke Park, as Galway take on Kilkenny. The match will be preceded by coverage of the All-Ireland Intermediate Final.The Story of the jews

BBC2, 9.00pm

In the 18th and early 19th centuries, political revolutions and the influence of the Enlightenment freed Europe's Jews from their ghettoes. Simon Schama (right) examines why this tolerance was so brief.Fair City

RTE One, 8.00pm

A scheming Tommy encourages Judith to defy Luke, Damien struggles with his guilt over Caoimhe, Paddy (Andrew Connolly, right) increases his control over his deluded family and Leo suffers the consequences of Carol's clash with Zumo.

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