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

The Great Bri­tish Bake Off

8PM, BBC2 It’s week four, and the con­tes­tants face a round of bak­ing pies and tarts, in­clud­ing a dou­ble-crusted fruit pie and a filo pie cen­tre­piece, cre­ated with hand-stretched filo – a nerve-shred­ding chal­lenge.

Bug­ging Hitler’s Army

8PM, NA­TIONAL GE­O­GRAPHIC This docu­d­rama tells what hap­pened when high-rank­ing Ger­man pris­on­ers of war were in­terned in an English coun­try house – wired to record their pri­vate con­ver­sa­tion.

9/11 – In­side The Twin Tow­ers

9PM, TV3 Orig­i­nally shown on the Dis­cov­ery Chan­nel back in 2006, this doc­u­men­tary re­counts the events of Septem­ber 11, 2001, us­ing ac­counts from emer­gency ser­vices per­son­nel and re­con­struc­tions based on ev­i­dence from the 9/ 11 Com­mis­sion Re­port.

New Tricks

9PM, BBC1 In this week’s episode, the team – now con­sid­er­ably strength­ened by Ni­cholas Lyn­d­hurst’s Dan Grif­fin – in­ves­ti­gate the death of an MP’s re­searcher, and find them­selves pur­su­ing a Bos­nian woman. The Mid­wives

9PM, BBC2 This in­volv­ing se­ries con­tin­ues with an episode fol­low­ing the mid­wives at a Manch­ester hos­pi­tal, as they help par­ents and ba­bies through high-risk preg­nan­cies.

Se­cond Cap­tains Live

10.30PM, RTÉ TWO For­merly of Newstalk’s Off The Ball, Eoin McDe­vitt, Ciarán Mur­phy, Ken Early, Si­mon Hick and Mark Hor­gan be­gin a live four-part

show. They’ll be go­ing through the ma­jor sports sto­ries of the week, in­clud­ing the Aus­tria v Rep of Ire­land match, which pre­cedes the show (RTÉ Two, 7pm).

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