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

The Gath­er­ing: Notre Dame – A Wel­come Home Fri­day, 9.35pm, RTÉ One

Bri­tain Then And Now

On the eve of Amer­i­can Football’s Emer­ald Isle Clas­sic be­tween Navy and Notre Dame in Dublin, Miriam O’Cal­laghan hosts a concert from Dublin’s O2, fea­tur­ing Brian Kennedy and The High Kings.

9PM, UTV This Di­a­mond Ju­bilee year has seen many a street party, but the res­i­dents of one street in east Lon­don de­cided to re-cre­ate a Coro­na­tion party held there in 1953. They tracked down some of the orig­i­nal guests, whose mem­o­ries helped them to bring the past to life. looks back at the suc­cesses and fail­ures dur­ing his tur­bu­lent eight years in the White House.

BBC Proms 2012

7.30PM, BBC4 A concert of glo­ri­ous English mu­sic fea­tures Her­bert How­ells’s deeply mov­ing Hym­nus Par­a­disi, writ­ten af­ter the tragic death of his young son, and El­gar’s Sym­phony No 1.

Diana: Life Through A Lens/ The Mourn­ing Af­ter

8PM/9PM, TV3 Two pro­grammes mark­ing the an­niver­sary of Princess Diana’s death. Pho­tog­ra­pher Jayne Fincher talks about her role in cre­at­ing Diana’s im­age. Then, the late Christo­pher Hitchens meets some of those who risked dis­ap­proval for not buy­ing into Bri­tain’s frenzy of grief.



9PM, SKY1 The new, sec­ond se­ries of Sky’s su­per­mar­ket sit­com be­gins, and tough-as-nails Stephanie Beacham takes over as the ter­ri­fy­ing new man­ager of Valco (motto: Serves you right). Jane Hor­rocks and Mark Addy re­turn at the heart of a strong ensem­ble cast.

Cé A Chó­naigh I Mo Theachsa

11.30PM, TG4 In this re­peated episode, Manchán Ma­gan ex­plores Brownswood, a Vic­to­rian house over­look­ing En­nis­cor­thy, which was the birth­place of Eileen Gray, a highly tal­ented fur­ni­ture de­signer and ar­chi­tect in the 1930s.

11.40PM, RTÉ TWO Becca (Ash­ley Judd) is in cus­tody be­ing ques­tioned by Jamie Ortega but man­ages to es­cape through a mys­te­ri­ous se­cret door which opens for her. When a CIA agent is killed in the in­ter­ro­ga­tion room af­ter she leaves, the au­thor­i­ties be­lieve Becca is re­spon­si­ble.

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