TV Highlights Wednesday
The People's Debate with Vincent Browne
Vincent Browne (right) presents a public debate in which experts and a studio audience discuss pressing issues. This time he ponders whether, despite all the welcome changes in law and attitudes, Ireland is still homophobic.
Mary's Silver Service
Channel 4, 8pm
Mary Portas (right) returns with a new series in which she launches a special employment agency for Britain's undervalued pensioners, and this week an ad for caterers is replied to by a 68-year-old former head barman at the Savoy Hotel, and a 91-year-old cook.
For No Good Reason
Sky Atlantic, 9pm
Johnny Depp (right with Steadman) narrates Charlie Paul's documentary on the life and work of Ralph Steadman, the brilliant illustrator who enjoyed a partnership and adventures with Hunter S. Thompson, and also provided cover designs for Flann O'Brien.
When Matt decides to appear on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, he's outraged when he's scheduled as only the second guest. And Merc isn't happy either when he turns up to pitch new programme ideas to Carol and finds that Castor's absent. Matt LeBlanc (right) stars.