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The Ap­pren­tice: The Final Five Tues­day, 11.35pm, BBC1

Af­ter ten weeks, the more se­ri­ously delu­sional of the orig­i­nal 16 thrust­ing young hope­fuls have been weeded out, and now just five re­main. Here’s a chance to find out more about them. fi­nan­cial pres­sure, who are turn­ing to loan sharks who of­fer money at ex­or­bi­tant rates.

Green Is The Colour

10.20PM, RTÉ TW0 The penul­ti­mate episode of this se­ries about the his­tory of Ir­ish soc­cer looks at the years 1980 to 1996, a pe­riod marked by our qual­i­fi­ca­tion for the 1988 Euro­pean Cham­pi­onships and, of course, two World Cups, Italia 90 and USA 94.

The Works

11.10PM, RTÉ ONE Wes An­der­son (The Royal Te­nen­baums, The Life Aquatic) is one of the most in­ter­est­ing di­rec­tors work­ing in US cinema to­day. On tonight’s show, An­der­son’s lat­est of­fer­ing, Moonrise King­dom, star­ring Bill Mur­ray, Ed Nor­ton and Bruce Wil­lis, is re­viewed.

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