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

Don’t Trust The B**** In Apart­ment 23 Thurs­day, 8pm, RTÉ Two

Here’s a chance to see the pi­lot of the lat­est must-see sit­com from the States, about two very dif­fer­ent flat­mates. one long night shift – and one of them, a 20year-old who’s been as­saulted out­side a club, des­per­ately doesn’t want to be there, as it brings back mem­o­ries of his fa­ther’s death.

Inis Airc – Bás Oileáin

9.30PM, TG4 An­other chance to see this doc­u­men­tary about the day in 1960 when 24 peo­ple left Inishark off the coast of Gal­way, with all their pos­ses­sions, bound for the Con­nemara main­land – the end of the is­land community.

The Chile 33

12.05AM, RTÉ ONE This doc­u­men­tary re­vis­its those ex­tra­or­di­nary days in 2010 when the world’s at­ten­tion was fo­cused on a mi­ne­shaft in Chile, as a des­per­ate res­cue mis­sion at­tempted to save the lives of 33 men trapped be­low ground.

Gar­den­ers’ World

8.30PM, BBC2 While Monty Don har­vests or­ganic veg­eta­bles and prunes his ram­bling rose, Carol Klein ex­plains how sea­sonal va­ri­eties of wa­ter lilies can be grown in any size of pond. Plus, su­perb dis­plays of roses in a small space.

Cor­rie Goes To Kenya

9PM, TV3/UTV Four mem­bers of the Coro­na­tion Street cast head to Africa to work with a char­ity there that aims to ed­u­cate peo­ple, through per­form­ing arts, about the dan­gers of drug abuse and HIV. In this first of two parts, they arrive in Mom­basa – and see they have their work cut out.

Alan Carr’s Sum­mer Spec­stac­u­lar 2

9PM, CH4 The camp comic throws a sec­ond sum­mer party, with celebrity guests, mu­sic, games, and even – in hon­our of the Olympics – sport­ing chal­lenges, cour­tesy of Fa­tima Whit­bread.

In With The Flynns

For One Night Only

9.35PM, RTÉ ONE Fin­bar Furey talks to Gay Byrne about his up­bring­ing in a mu­si­cal house­hold in Bal­lyfer­mot and per­forms some of his favourite songs in­clud­ing, When You Were Sweet Six­teen and The Green Fields Of France.

The Walk­ing Dead

9.30PM, BBC1 The cheer­fully old-fash­ioned fam­ily sit­com re­turns for a new, sec­ond se­ries. Will Mel­lor plays dad Liam, who in this first episode con­fronts a bur­glar in the kitchen – then faces charges for lock­ing him in a cup­board.

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