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Staying in tonight? Here's what to watch on the box


Screengrabs from RTE programme Prime Time: Inside Bungalow Three. Photos RTE

Screengrabs from RTE programme Prime Time: Inside Bungalow Three. Photos RTE

Screengrabs from RTE programme Prime Time: Inside Bungalow Three. Photos RTE

Staying in tonight? If you're not interested in seeing Liverpool try to rescue their Champions League campaign, there's plenty more to watch...


RTE1, 9.30pm

In this  special investigation, Inside Bungalow 3, Prime Time goes undercover into a  HSE care home in Co Mayo and broadcasts some disturbing footage. This evening's programme shows three defenceless women being slapped, dragged and verbally abused at the HSE-run Aras Attracta facility in Swinford, Co Mayo. The  women aged between their mid-50s and mid-70s are treated roughly and forced to sit in the same position on couches or chairs for most of the day, with little to stimulate them other than the television.

Nine staff at the centre were suspended without prejudice, after the abuse was reported to the HSE the week before last. The footage is now being investigated by gardai.



RTE2, 9pm

Who's alive and who's dead? After last week's explosive episode, the fate of Carrie (Claire Danes) and Saul (Mandy Patinkin)  is up in the air. But the security  breach at the embassy has a number of far-reaching consequences as the fourth series of the CIA thriller continues. Claire Danes, Rupert Friend and Mandy Patinkin star in a show that has more than found its footing after some shaky seasons and is back to its best



RTE1, 8pm

Dan ignores Carol’s warnings and underestimates Yvonne’s plans for revenge. Meanwhile, a clash with Rachel makes Niamh question her priorities, and Dolores feels crowded with a work injury preventing Doug from moving out. Elsewhere, Kerri-Ann finds herself accidentally asking Decco out on a date.



TV3, 7.30pm

Liverpool v FC Basel (Kick-off 7.45pm). Tommy Martin presents coverage of the match day six fixture at Anfield, where only a win will see the Reds qualify for the knockout stage. The Swiss champions won the reverse fixture 1-0, and they have also upset Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur in recent European campaigns. However, Brendan Rodgers’ men will feel they can gain revenge in front of their own fans if they find their best form in what has been an inconsistent season for them so far. With commentary by Dave McIntyre and Mark Lawrenson.



BBC1, 9pm

The flashback scenes move forward to 2009, three years after Oliver’s disappearance. No significant progress has been made in the case, and Tony and Emily’s marriage is hanging by a thread. But then a surprise turn of events brings them both back to France for the first time since 2006. In the present day, the latest information has provided a tenuous lead. Emily is back in Chalons Du Bois and as the case finally seems to be getting somewhere, there is a thawing in her and Tony’s relationship. Drama, starring James Nesbitt and Frances O’Connor.



BBC4, 9pm

Professor Jim Al-Khalili investigates the important yet perplexing theory of quantum physics, beginning with Albert Einstein’s work which questioned the validity of the subject in the 1930s – with his ideas largely ignored until scientist John Bell found a way to test his concerns during the 1960s. The presenter then recreates this experiment – with shocking results.