Friday 24 November 2017

TV Highlight Sunday

The Story of the Jews

BBC2, 9.00pm

In the last part of his historical series, Simon Schama (right) examines how the horrors of the Holocaust and the subsequent creation of Israel fundamentally changed the nature of Jewish identity. And the formation of the Jewish state would have profound consequences for the entire world.

Peil na mBan Beo

TG4, 11.55am

Grainne McElwain (right) hosts coverage of the All-Ireland Ladies' Football final at Croke Park, with Cork playing Monaghan in the Senior final, Cavan facing Tipperary in the Intermediate final and Offaly and Wexford meeting in the Junior final.

Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home

Channel 4, 8.00pm

As the presenter (right) continues building a home from local resources and recycled junk, he moves his cabin to the beach and builds a sun lounge. But he constructs it out of old lorry and aeroplane windows.

Downton Abbey

UTV, 9.00pm

Mary emerges from her grief and takes an interest in the running of the estate, but her father is not impressed, and Bates comes up with a daring plan to help Molesley. Allen Leech (right), Brendan Coyle, and Kevin Doyle star.

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