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Red Rock on TV3

Red Rock on TV3

Red Rock on TV3

Red Rock on TV3

Frank (Tom Selleck) gives newly appointed Chief of Department Dino Arbogast (John Ventimiglia) a pep talk about his new position

Frank (Tom Selleck) gives newly appointed Chief of Department Dino Arbogast (John Ventimiglia) a pep talk about his new position

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Red Rock on TV3

The latest soap, some FA Cup action and the views of some right wing activists are all on the watching menu this evening

Red Rock

TV3, 8.30pm

A visit to the hospital causes heartbreak for Superintendent James McKay and his wife Claire, and gardai Sharon Cleere and Angela Tyrell discover another crisis. Meanwhile, Katie unearths something sinister. Irish crime drama following feuding families the Hennessys and the Kielys.

 

Blue Bloods

RTE Two, 9pm

New series, double bill. The police drama starring Tom Selleck (pictured) and Donnie Wahlberg returns, with Danny tracking down a cartel after he and Baez come under attack as they escort confiscated drugs to be incinerated at a remote location. Elsewhere, Frank must deal with personal and political issues when a lieutenant’s actions cause controversy for the NYPD.

Match of the Day Live: Ipswich Town v Southampton

BBC One, 7.30pm

Ipswich Town v Southampton (Kick-off 7.55pm). Coverage of the FA Cup third-round replay from Portman Road, where the Championship side host the Premier League outfit. Both teams have been in outstanding form during their league campaigns this term, with the Tractor Boys ensconced in the battle for promotion to the top flight and the Saints looking for a top-four finish, and another competitive fixture looks to be in store following their 1-1 draw in the original tie. Darren Ambrose had given Mick McCarthy’s men the lead at St Mary’s Stadium on that occasion, while Morgan Schneiderlin’s deserved equaliser ensured a replay.

 

Horizon: What’s the Best Diet for You

BBC One, 9pm

The final programme looks into how physiological processes in the body and the brain can make the final weeks and months of a diet difficult. Fiona Gribble runs an experiment to show that the rate at which the Feasters eat their food affects how full they feel, Giles Yeo demonstrates how eating breakfast can help the Constant Cravers, and Paul Aveyard demonstrates ways that will help the Emotional Eaters learn how to deal with occasional indulgences and avoid further relapse.

 

Angry, White and Proud

Channel 4, 10pm

Documentary investigating the increasing number of right-wing splinter groups. Film-maker Jamie Roberts records his year spent getting to know activists on the far fringes of politics, who regard themselves as patriots, though some admit to having extreme views on religion, race and immigration. Having enjoyed unprecedented access to such groups, Roberts provides an insight into the hidden agendas and motivations of those who have dedicated themselves to the far right.


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