The Irish Mail on Sunday - TV Week - - SEVEN DAYS -

The Killing Wed­nes­day, 10pm, Ch4

As the US ver­sion of the Dan­ish hit re­turns for a new, sec­ond se­ries, it’s start­ing to de­velop an iden­tity – and sto­ry­line – of its own. Pick­ing up where sea­son one left off, Sarah (Mireille Enos, pic­tured) makes a shock­ing dis­cov­ery. king Ed­ward VIII from the throne. He even­tu­ally got his wish, but it cost him dear.

Sport­ing He­roes: Af­ter The Final Whis­tle

11.45PM, BBC1 Ex-eng­land cricket cap­tain Michael Vaughan looks at the chal­lenges sports stars face when their com­pet­i­tive ca­reers are over. Ge­orge Fore­man and John Mcen­roe share their sto­ries. Trainspot­ting – for his new book, Sk­ag­boys. He talks to John Kelly about the fic­tional Ed­in­burgh junkies who made his name.

The New Ir­ish: Af­ter The Bust

8.30PM, RTÉ ONE In this sec­ond episode of the se­ries which ex­am­ines the lives of re­cent mi­grants to Ire­land, Zhubao (21) is vis­it­ing her fam­ily from China, who have been liv­ing in Dublin for the last 12 years. She’d like to stay here, but must re­turn to China to ap­ply for a stu­dent visa.

Gar­den­ers’ World

Shame­less USA

9PM, RTÉ TWO Deb­bie’s day takes a turn for the un­ex­pected when Granny Gal­lagher turns up look­ing for Frank’s help in track­ing down an old meth-lab part­ner who owes her a big debt. Mean­while, Steve in­vites Adam and Fiona on a dou­ble date with him and his Brazil­ian bomb­shell. 9PM, BBC1 Af­fa­ble Alexan­der Armstrong holds the record for most turns as guest host, and it’s easy to see why he is asked back again and again. This, his 20th stint, prom­ises to be a lively edi­tion. 9PM, BBC2 Three trainee con­duc­tors re­main, and this week, each must con­duct a fa­mous scene from a fully staged opera. One of them will leave the con­test tonight – and it will be mem­bers of the or­ches­tra of the Royal Opera House who de­cide which of the three has to go. 9PM, UTV Although much of what Lulu talks about has been cov­ered in her 2002 au­to­bi­og­ra­phy, Piers Mor­gan seeks fresh rev­e­la­tions from the singer in a some­times emo­tional in­ter­view.

8.30PM, BBC2 Tonight’s edi­tion comes from the RHS Malvern Spring Gar­den­ing Show, where Monty Don, Carol Klein and Rachel de Thame take in the show gar­dens and the flo­ral mar­quee, and search for in­no­va­tions and in­spi­ra­tion.

Have I Got News For You

Mae­stro At The Opera

Piers Mor­gan’s Life Sto­ries

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