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

Pobal Ag Guí

8PM, TG4 Jour­nal­ist Cather­ine Fo­ley presents this new four-part se­ries about the role of re­li­gion in this coun­try. Her fram­ing points are the 1932 and 2012 Eucharis­tic Con­gresses – both held in Ire­land.

Pat And Cab­bage In 8.30PM, the se­cond UTV of this un­de­mand­ing sit­com, Pat (Bar­bara Flynn) goes back to work af­ter spend­ing far too much time play­ing games on­line. Cab­bage (Cherie Lunghi), mean­while, causes trou­ble at a party.

Un­der The Dome


See Pick of the Week, page 23.

Crime­watch 9PM, BBC1 Kirsty Young, Matthew Am­roli­wala and Martin Bay­field present more ap­peals, in­clud­ing one re­lated to the mur­der of a seven-year-old girl in northest Eng­land in 1992. Crime­watch Up­date is at 10.35pm.

The Guilty 9PM, UTV In the se­cond of this three-parter, new ev­i­dence elim­i­nates the orig­i­nal prime sus­pect in the dis­ap­pear­ance of Cal­lum Reid – and ev­ery­one is un­der sus­pi­cion, in­clud­ing those clos­est to the dead boy.

Ed­u­cat­ing York­shire

9PM, CH4 In the se­cond of the se­ries, the fo­cus is on cliques, and a chance clash forces Mr Mitchell and the team to con­sider the ul­ti­mate sanc­tion – ban­ning one of them from the end-of-school prom (or ‘debs’ as it’s known in some parts of this coun­try). It’s hardly the worst fate in the world…

Bates Mo­tel

9PM, UNIVERSAL This pre­quel imag­ines the lives of Nor­man Bates and his mother, Norma, be­fore the events of Hitch­cock’s Psy­cho, had the pair lived in 21st-cen­tury Ore­gon. Creepy, and very promis­ing. See also fea­ture, page 10.

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