Tuesday 21 November 2017

TV Highlight Monday

Porn on the Brain

Channel 4, 10.00pm

Four years ago Martin Daubney (right) left his post as editor of men's magazine 'Loaded' following the birth of his son. Alarmed by scare stories about the age that most children first see pornography, he sets out to investigate the pressing issue of how bad porn is for kids, and is shocked by what he discovers.

MNS

RTE Two, 7.00pm

Peter Collins (right) and guests review the action in the League of Ireland, and present highlights of Bray Wanderers versus St Pat's, Cork City v UCD, Dundalk v Limerick and Shamrock Rovers v Drogheda United.

A Very British Murder with lucy worsley

BBC4, 9.00pm

The host (right) examines murders real and fictional in the Victorian era, when Jack the Ripper stalked the streets of the East End and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde introduced the serial killer idea.

Damo and Ivor

RTE Two, 10.00pm

Andy Quirke (right) stars in this comedy about twin brothers who were separated at birth and now lead different lives. This week, Ivor lands a dream job at a modelling agency, but fame goes to his head and his actions annoy his boss.

Irish Independent

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