EVER MOOD YOU’RE IN
If you want royal heritage... NATIONAL TREASURES Thursday, 9pm, BBC1
Hosted by Dan Snow and Sian Williams (right) at Westminster Abbey, this show celebrates Britain’s royal past. Twiggy finds out about dressing royalty, Lucy Worsley reflects on the 1897 diamond jubilee, and there’s a look at the Abbey’s treasures.
If you want to see the nation’s top painting... THE WORKS Thursday, 11.20pm, RTÉ One
In this special edition of the programme, John Kelly is joined by the President, Michael D. Higgins, as Ireland’s Favourite Painting is finally unveiled. Meanwhile, art critics, including Cristín Leach (right) and Bill Hughes, give their views on the shortlisted paintings.
If you want to recall a Eurovision legend... CONDUCTOR – NOEL KELEHAN Friday, 7.30pm, RTÉ One
The late Noel Kelehan (right) conducted the Irish entry to the Eurovision Song Contest a record 29 times, including five winners. This documentary looks back at Kelehan’s illustrious career, with insights from family and friends.
9PM, BBC1 This week, the two teams must negotiate deals for goods and services to be offered to Londoners at a discount on an exclusive website. They have just a day to deliver, with their deals going live online for 24 hours – which team will net the biggest profit?
9PM, BBC2 This saddening documentary is about the descendants of key figures in the Nazi regime, who carry names that inevitably raise images of abomination – Himmler, Goering, Eichmann. How do they cope with this terrible legacy, and are they finding it possible to move on from their ancestors’ crimes?
7.30PM, CH4 In Cameroon in central Africa, Evan Williams investigates the trade in bushmeat – rainforest animals hunted as food – and learns that butchering and eating primates could trigger a new global pandemic.
Come Dine With Me
8PM, CH4 Two of the hosts take an instant dislike to each other, the third is a ‘people person’ and the fourth hates people. Add fancy dress and
10.15PM, RTÉ ONE