Top 7 Shows of the week
Live: European Champions Cup Rugby Saturday, Channel 4/Virgin Media One Live from Thomond Park as Munster take on Exeter Chiefs. Quarter-final places are at stake as Lee McKenzie and Jamie Heaslip are there for Channel 4, and Joe Molloy for Virgin Media. Kick-off 5.30pm. Les Misérables, Sunday, BBC One
It’s 1832. A teenage Cosette (Ellie Bomber) questions her closeted life and is desperate for a new start in Paris. Meanwhile, Marius (Josh O’Connor), now a law student, confronts his grandfather Gillenormand after learning the truth about his late father. Call The Midwife, Sunday, BBC One Veteran actress Annette Crosbie ( One Foot in the Grave) makes a memorable appearance in this week’s episode as elderly patient Clarice Milgrove, who lives alone among towering piles of rubbish, books and tins of food.
One Day, Monday, RTÉ One
The final episode goes behind the scenes with the people whose job it is to show Ireland off. Filmed in multiple locations, the documentary follows a typical day for the people who wine, dine, entertain and show the sights to holidaymakers.
Tin Star, Thursday, Sky Atlantic
Tim Roth returns for the second series of the hit US drama. It picks up with the Worth family where we left them: Anna clutching Whitey’s gun; Jim (or is it Jack?) bleeding in the snow; and Angela begging Jack not to die, for Anna’s sake.
Rob and Romesh Vs, Friday, Sky One Comedians Rob Beckett and Romesh Ranganathan get to know their idols. They take to the pitch with the stars of the NFL, get singing tips from Shania Twain, and in the first episode, they hook up with the world’s fastest man, Usain Bolt.
Box Office, Friday, Virgin Media Two Lisa Cannon returns this week with a new series of movie news, interviews and reviews. This week, it’s Clint Eastwood’s new drama, Mule, and Christian Bale and Steve Carell top-line the award-magnet drama, Vice.