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RTÉ TEN's TV highlights for Saturday, July 4
04 Jul 2015 11:11
The Break-Up, 10,00pm, ITV2
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With all the heartache hitting Splitsville, we mean Hollywood, in recent days (Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner and Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin), Peyton Reed's 2006 rom com couldn't have been better timed for another viewing. Adapted from a short story written by leading man Vince Vaughn, The Break-Up is a humorous take on letting go, moving on and being mature (and the opposite of all those things as well). Brooke (Aniston) and Gary (Vaughn) strike up an unlikely romance, which soon becomes a deep emotional attachment on the part of Brooke, but Gary never lets his guard down. He becomes all too comfortable in the relationship far too quickly and takes pretty much everything about his life for granted in a very laddish manner (enough to annoy even the most patient woman!). Get the Kleenex at the ready!
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The Notorious, 11.55pm, RTÉ 2
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The Notorious, Conor McGregor is back and this time he’s bringing the family. The six-part series follows McGregor and his meteoric rise, as he gets even closer to becoming UFC world champion. Tonight's episode delves into the rapidly expanding world of mixed martial arts, and explores the physical and mental strain a fighter has to go through to become an Ultimate Fighting Champion, through Conor's eyes. From Dublin, to Rio, Las Vegas and, finally, Boston we see how both McGregor’s reputation and skills in the octagon are matched by a personality and charisma that has captured the imagination of fight fans worldwide. Love him or hate him, you can’t help but watch him.
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The Celebrity Chase: Celebrity Special, 8.00pm, TV3
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Our very own Louis Walsh will compete to win thousands of pounds for charity by taking on one of the show's resident trivia experts in a test of their general knowledge. They must work as a team to build their prize pot and stay one step ahead of the Chaser. Hosted by Bradley Walsh, tonight's episode also features Strictly Come Dancing winner Kara Tointon, gymnast Beth Tweddle and Emmerdale's Tony Audenshaw who plays Bob Hope. Who will you be rooting for?
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