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Trust Me 9PM, BBC1 ))))

Re­cently an­nounced as the new Doc­tor Who, Broad­church star Jodie Whit­taker takes the lead in this four-part drama. She plays ded­i­cated nurse Cath Hardacre, who, af­ter los­ing her job, finds her­self steal­ing her best friend’s iden­tity as a se­nior doc­tor and mov­ing to Ed­in­burgh to start a new life with her young daugh­ter. Af­ter get­ting off to a shaky start, Cath soon finds her feet and re­alises that, in her new guise, she could fi­nally have ev­ery­thing she’s ever wanted. How­ever, when the past comes knock­ing at her door, Cath must fight to pro­tect her present – and her fu­ture.

Get A House For Free 9PM, CH4 )))

Land­lord Marco Robin­son has made a for­tune through his prop­erty em­pire; now, he wants to give some­thing back. His idea is to give away a flat, worth around £120,000, to some­one de­serv­ing. Now, all he has to do is sift through the 8,000 ap­pli­cants who want a free roof over their heads…

Utopia: In Search Of The Dream 9PM, BBC4 ))))

In this wide-rang­ing, three-part se­ries, the art his­to­rian Pro­fes­sor Richard Clay hops around the world to ex­plore the idea of ‘utopia’ – a term first used by Thomas More in his 1516 book to de­scribe a fic­tional is­land so­ci­ety – and how it has been rein­vented by gen­er­a­tions of writers and artists.

Duets Opry An Iúir 9.30PM, TG4 )))

A one-off spe­cial edi­tion fea­tur­ing the finest of the Opry Duets from the best of Ir­ish coun­try mu­sic stars.

The Nun­cio And The Writer 10.35PM, RTÉ ONE )))

Ev­ery­one has a book in them, or so the old say­ing goes. And for those as­pir­ing writers yet to re­lease their novel or mem­oirs, take heart as this doc­u­men­tary fo­cuses on Hu­bert But­ler. He has be­come a pub­lish­ing sen­sa­tion at the age of 85.

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