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SPORT ON RTÉ TWO Week 19 Highlights include a special edition of Premier Soccer Sunday in front of a live studio audience
THE SATURDAY NIGHT SHOW Host Brendan O’Connor presents an entertaining mix of lively chat, comedy and music on The Saturday Night Show with guests including Dawn O'Porter, Jilly Cooper, Francesca Martinez and Ham Sandwich.
SECRETS OF THE IRISH LANDSCAPE ***New Series*** In this major new three part series, airing as part of the RTÉ Goes Wild season, Derek Mooney will follow in the footsteps of one of Ireland’s greatest unsung scientists Robert Lloyd Praeger.
JUNIOR DRAGONS’ DEN ***Final*** In the final episode the Dragons meet some fantastic school children with ideas ranging from Sheep Shoes to growing your own produce and removing frost from windscreens.
OUR FRIENDS IN THE NORTH ***Final*** It all comes to a head for Comedian Kevin McAleer when he does stand-up in a marquee on the Antrim Coast.
PERSON OF INTEREST ***New Series – Double Bill*** An ex-CIA hitman, John Reese, partners with a software designer, an enigmatic man who uses the name Harold Finch, to prevent crimes before they occur in this drama/action project from J.J. Abrams.
FAIR CITY Week 19 Paul and Niamh are shocked when Deegan threatens Callum with charges of indecent behaviour. Luke has a violent encounter with Tommy that leaves Tommy fighting for his life. And Yvonne and Carol's hatred for one another grows.
THE CONSUMER SHOW Hotelier Francis Brennan puts four washing powders to the ultimate test with the help of Glenstal Abbey's rugby team, and The Consumer Show carries out its own survey to find out just how much Irish fish our major food retailers are selling, with some surprising results.
THE RTÉ TWO NEW COMEDY AWARDS Episode two of the RTÉ Two New Comedy Awards, a nationwide talent search to find the best in new stand-up comedy talent in the country.
LOCAL HEROES ***New Series*** Last year the town of Drogheda was transformed with the support and entrepreneurial spirit of the local community which saw hundreds of jobs created. This year Local Heroes, in association with MACE, will feature the stories of six inspirational Irish towns who are fighting back against the recession. For the last five months, presenter Joe Duffy has followed the progress of six of those projects travelling the length and breadth of the country.