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Ire­land’s Fittest Fam­ily, RTÉ One, Sun­day, Oc­to­ber, 28, 6.30pm Ire­land’s Fittest Fam­ily

re­turns with a new pre­sen­ter, Kathryn Thomas, who joins coaches Anna Geary, Davy Fitzger­ald, Don­n­cha O’Cal­laghan and Der­val O’Rourke. The se­ries is set to be even more chal­leng­ing as the world-renowned ATS Team have de­signed dar­ing new chal­lenges for the par­tic­i­pat­ing fam­i­lies. Home Res­cue, RTÉ One, Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 30, 8.30pm Ar­chi­tect Róisín Mur­phy, builder Pe­ter Finn, and their crew are back with a new se­ries — re­design­ing rooms and bring­ing or­der to chaos. With just three days and €8,000, their chal­lenge is to rid the house of clut­ter and com­pletely trans­form two prob­lem rooms, with help from Ikea Ire­land. Donal’s Meals in Min­utes, RTÉ One, Wednes­day, Oc­to­ber 31, 7.30pm Go­ing meat-free does not mean a lack of flavour and taste. Donal Ske­han will be show­ing you how to em­brace those veg­gies to cre­ate some­thing that is fill­ing, and most im­por­tantly, so de­li­cious that even the car­ni­vores in your life will be lick­ing their plates. Live­line Call­back, RTÉ One, Thurs­day, Novem­ber 1, 7pm A new se­ries fol­lows up on the some of the ex­tra­or­di­nary sto­ries and peo­ple who talk to Joe Duffy on his ra­dio show. In the first episode we meet 25-year-old Taekwando star Conor Gras­sick from Dublin who had to give up on his Olympic dream to care for his mother and brother. We also catch up with 86-year-old Mary Dent, and garda re­serve Paul Barn­well who be­came an in­ter­net hit.

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