Thursday 19 October 2017

TV Highlights Monday

My Lockout

RTE One, 9.35pm

This new documentary uses family memories and fresh insights to examine the legacy of the Dublin Lockout. Jim Larkin's great granddaughter Miriam (right) looks at the Lockout's impact on his family, while Gerry Murphy reassesses his great-grandfather William Martin Murphy's reputation.Kirstie's Crafty Christmas

Channel 4, 8.00pm

Kirstie Allsopp (right) shows how you can do Christmas on the cheap by making things yourself, and gets tips on how to make innovative festive treats like tree syrup, mince pie popcorn and a spectacular cocktail. What in the World?

RTE One, 11.15pm

Life in Uganda for the very young is fraught with danger. In this episode cameras follow a baby over his first 1,000 days. A new initiative involving the Irish and US governments is making a difference. Featuring Ernesta Akello Ojok (right).Ripper Street

BBC1, 9.00pm

As the Victorian crime drama reaches its climax, the decaying corpses of numerous murder victims are found in a tenement and the Lafone Cup boxing tournament reveals Met police rivalries involving Wainwright (Michael Sheehan, right).

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