Scannal! 7.30PM, RTÉ ONE In this new edition of the programme, Garry Mac Donncha revisits the FÁS expenses scandal in 2008, when it emerged how much money execs were spending on firstclass travel, fine dining and golf outings.
Jamie’s Money Saving Meals
8PM, CH4 In this second show of the series, the average price of the recipes is just €1.50 per portion including – an and Indian they include meal for tasty a fraction creations, of the takeaway price. Plus, money-saving tips.
The Incredible Spice Men
8.30PM, BBC2 This week, the irrepressible Tony Singh and Cyrus Todiwala are in west Suffolk, where they set about spicing up such classic English staples as cucumber sandwiches, Victoria sponge and apple crumble. Travellers In America – A Secret Society 9PM, TV3 Paul Connolly concludes his two-parter about Irish Travellers living in the Deep South of the United States by trying to find the source of one community’s wealth and being invited into one family’s home.
Doc Martin 9PM, UTV The highlight of this week’s chapter of mishaps is a dinner party that goes disastrously wrong. Martin won’t make the mistake of inviting dinner guests again… However, the debacle does lead to him making a smart diagnosis.
9PM, CH4 This feature-length drama asks what would happen if Britain’s national grid was knocked out in a cyber-attack, and the country was plunged into darkness. Compiled from ‘found footage’ as well as staged scenes, it follows the first five days of mayhem, as people struggle to survive.
Child Of Our Time
10.35PM, BBC1 The two most recent episodes of a series that has been running, off and on, since 2000 get a repeat airing this week (the second is tomorrow). Tonight, the children, nearing their teens, talk about growing up.