SIX HIGHLIGHTS FOR WHAT

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

If you want hot frocks... THELMA’S GYPSY GIRLS Sunday, 9pm, Ch4

From the mak­ers of Big Fat Gypsy Wed­dings comes a new se­ries fo­cus­ing on the woman who cre­ates those jaw-drop­ping dresses, Thelma Ma­dine. Her aim here is to train Trav­eller girls to work in her fac­tory – but find­ing re­cruits is tough in a com­mu­nity where women sel­dom have jobs.

If you want hot rocks... VOL­CANO LIVE Mon­day, 8pm, BBC2

Kate Hum­ble and Iain Ste­wart host this four-day event from the sum­mit crater of Ki­lauea, the world’s most ac­tive vol­cano, on Hawaii. Against this dra­matic back­drop, they’ll present re­ports from around the world, in­clud­ing Kate’s visit to Ey­jaf­jal­la­jökull, the Ice­landic vol­cano that caused air-traf­fic chaos in 2010.

If you want a fun his­tory show.... CREEDON’S CITIES Mon­day, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Fol­low­ing on from last year’s Retro Road Trip, John Creedon re­turns to our screens with this new se­ries in which he ex­plores the idio­syn­cra­sies of Ire­land’s cities. First up is Dublin, where John will be look­ing at the mix of cul­tures that have shaped the city we know to­day.

Turn Back Time

9PM, BBC1 The his­tor­i­cal re­al­ity se­ries reaches the 1940s, with Bri­tain at war and the three fam­i­lies cop­ing with life on the home front – and one of the men on the front line. The ar­rival of VE Day finds the fam­i­lies in dis­ar­ray, and the Gold­ings pre­par­ing to leave the com­mu­nity.

Line Of Duty

9PM, BBC2 As this de­li­ciously tense, com­pelling Bri­tish thriller con­tin­ues on its wind­ing way, this third of five episodes sees Arnott’s de­ter­mi­na­tion to bring down Gates jeopardising his ca­reer, and the fu­ture of the anti-cor­rup­tion unit. Just how far is he prepared to go to thwart the bent cop­per?

Gos­sip Girl

9.05PM, TG4 Blair and Louis find them­selves in a power strug­gle with Louis’s re­la­tions as fam­ily and friends gather to cel­e­brate Yom Kip­pur.

The News­room

10PM, SKY AT­LANTIC This hotly an­tic­i­pated new drama, cre­ated by Aaron (The West Wing, The So­cial Net­work) Sorkin, prom­ises to lift the lid on the fre­netic world of US cable news cov­er­age.

Lon­don Call­ing

10.35PM, RTÉ ONE Cork na­tive Orla Barry is a 22-year-old who was born without kneecaps or lower leg

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