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FAIR CITY Week 25 Yvonne pushes Farrell to see how far he’ll go to keep his addiction a secret; Paul takes advantage of Leo when he’s down on his luck; Yvonne pulls the strings as she manages to get Carol just where she wants her; Escalating debts force Leo to consider two dubious offers from Paul and Zumo.
THE FAMILY PROJECT Padraig O'Ceidigh helps Finbarr and Marquerite O'Regan from Galway, who own and run a sailing school, juggle family life and a growing business
RIGHT OF WAY With the government’s mobility allowance to support independent travel for the disabled set to end, this documentary looks at how families with disabilities cope now and hears of their fears for the future.
KITCHEN HERO: HOMECOOKED Donal Skehan heads to Dungarvan and the West Waterford Food Festival this week. Terrible weather fails to dampen the spirits of the Kitchen Hero team which takes refuge in Dungarvan Castle where Donal cooks beer battered fish and chips and chilli and lemongrass chicken. In the studio he cooks a brownie baked Alaska and potato rosti.
JUNIOR VETS On this episode, the students go out on work experience
THE GOOD WIFE When the feds arrest drug dealer Lemond Bishop’s accountant, Alicia and Diane must work with his second law firm, who handles his illicit activities, to discern if the feds are after his legal businesses or drug money. Meanwhile, Nick creates more trouble for Kalinda.
THE WORKS This week John Kelly interviews artist Patrick Scott; Journalists Edel Coffey and Mick Heaney review Before Midnight, the latest instalment in the lives of couple Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Delphine (Julie Delpy); Playwright Elaine Murphy talks to the Works ahead of the opening of Shush at the Abbey; and first-time feature director Ciarán Foy talks to Peter Murphy about his urban horror film, Citadel.