BACK WITH A VENGEANCE
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.
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
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