TV PICKS OF THE WEEK

Bray People - - ENTERTAINMENT -

FILM RUN ALL NIGHT, RTÉ ONE, WED­NES­DAY 9.35PM

Work­man­like crime thriller star­ring Liam Nee­son as Jimmy Con­lon, a washed-up hitman who used to work for the lo­cal Irish-Amer­i­can big cheese, Shawn Maguire (Ed Har­ris). Now he lives off scraps and must en­dure be­ing bossed around by Maguire’s odi­ous son, Danny (Boyd Hol­brook). But af­ter Danny mur­ders two Al­ba­ni­ans, old Jimmy is drawn into a con­fronta­tion.

DRAMA THE WALK­ING DEAD, RTE2, TUES­DAY 11.15PM

Af­ter Rick man­ages to con­vince the Scav­engers to join Alexan­dria in the fight against the Saviours, their lead­ers de­mands that Rick’s group pro­vide them with guns in re­turn for their sacri­fice. And when Daryl finds out that Richard is plan­ning to let the Saviours kills Carol in or­der to pro­voke Ezekiel, he vows to kill him if she’s harmed in any way. Star­ring An­drew Lin­coln and Jef­frey Dean Mor­gan.

SPORT LIVE DUBLIN HORSE SHOW, RTE2, 1.45PM

There is a feast of sport as the sum­mer hol­i­days wind down and the rou­tine of au­tumn and school re­turns on the hori­zon, the GAA sea­son ac­tion con­tin­ues with the se­cond hurl­ing semi fi­nal on Sun­day, the Premier League re­turns to our screens, the Women’s Rugby World Cup kicks off this week with Ire­land host­ing and play­ing their first game on Wed­nes­day (RTÉ2, 6.30pm), there’s World Cham­pi­onships Ath­let­ics from Lon­don, but for some­thing very dif­fer­ent, very tra­di­tional, very Irish, the Dublin Horse Show this Fri­day with live cov­er­age of the pres­ti­gious Aga Khan Tro­phy from the RDS.

FAC­TUAL IN­SIDE LON­DON FIRE BRIGADE, TV3, WED­NES­DAY 10PM

A par­tic­u­larly per­ti­nent se­ries in the af­ter­math of Lon­don’s Gren­fell Tower tragedy, this fol­lows the heroic men and women of the res­cue ser­vice who risk their lives re­spond­ing to a range of emer­gen­cies. The fire­fight­ers film them­selves us­ing hel­met cam­eras, and tonight we see 100 of them tack­ling a blaze near Heathrow, where their job is fur­ther com­pli­cated by the pres­ence of ex­plo­sive gas can­is­ters.

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