SIX HIGHLIGHTS FOR WHAT EVER MOOD YOU’RE IN
If you want travel... GREAT CANAL JOURNEYS: INDIA Sunday, 8pm, Ch4
Timothy West and wife Prunella Scales have been exploring canals for half a century. But now, they embark on their most ambitious voyage ever, along the waterways of India – quite a challenge for a couple in their 80s, and even more so given Pru has a form of Alzheimer’s.
If you want drama... REDWATER Sunday, 9.30pm, RTÉ One
The EastEnders spin-off, filmed in Co . Waterford, has been hit and miss but this finale should see loose ends tied up. Alfie hides the truth from Kat and undergoes further tests on his brain tumour, while Róisín (Maria Doyle Kennedy) and Eileen (Angeline Ball) look for a missing Peter.
If you want the science behind Gaelic games... GAA NUA Monday, 7.30pm, RTÉ One
In the first of a new series, the art of improving performance of GAA players on the pitch is examined. With access to training sessions and match days, Kerry football captain Dara Ó Cinnéide sees how clubs and counties across all codes are using data to up their game.
The first episode of the second series of this revealing documentary couldn’t be more topical. It follows events at St Mary’s Hospital in London as victims from the Westminster terror attack in March are rushed in for treatment. It’s a challenging time for everybody involved. Samantha Long was listening to Joe Duffy’s Liveline when she heard Margaret Bullen, her biological mother, had died. She had been part of the Magdalene Laundry system, and as her story unfolded on air, it paved the way for an international campaign. Richard Ayoade is the new Maze Master as Channel 4 brings back to life its cult 1990s challenge show. Here, Ore Oduba, Vicky Pattison, Alex Brooker, Lydia Bright and Louie Spence are the celebrities trying to win crystals for charity.