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
9PM, RTÉ TWO
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.
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…
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.