Friday 20 April 2018

TV Highlights Sunday

Sex, Lies and a Very British Scapegoat

UTV, 10.30pm

Andrew Lloyd Webber (right) examines the scapegoating of Stephen Ward in the Profumo affair. Ward was vilified for having introduced government minister John Profumo to Christine Keeler, a model with Soviet connections with whom he had an affair.Rachel Allen's Everyday Kitchen: Christmas

RTE One, 8.30pm

In this festive special, the cook (right) shares some of her seasonal recipes, including French toast with cinnamon mascarpone and glazed ham with bubble and squeak.The Moment of Truth

RTE One, 10.35pm

Despite its celebrity members, the inner workings of the Church of Scientology remain shrouded in mystery. Blathnaid Ni Chofaidh talks to John Duignan (both right), who was a dedicated member for 22 years.The Whale

BBC1, 9.00pm

Martin Sheen (right) heads the cast of this feature-length drama based on the true story of Nantucket whaler The Essex, which in 1820 was attacked and sunk in the open Pacific, leaving the crew stranded thousands of miles from safety.

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