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Larry Gogan: A guest on People of the Year Awards tonight

The People of the Year Awards are hosted by Grainne Seoige tonight, live from Citywest at 9.40pm, RTÉ One. Holly Wiloughby and Cilla Black are Keith Lemon's guests on Through the Keyhole on ITV, at 9.00pm. Justified is a new series based on the novels of Elmore Leoanrd, which begins on TG4 at 9.15pm.

People of the Year Awards
9.40pm RTÉ One

Presented by Grainne Seoige, The People of the Year Awards, organised by Rehab, provide a unique opportunity for the Irish public to honour those who have made a real difference to people’s lives, whether as unsung heroes or household names. Aoibhin Garrihy, Jennifer Maguire, Larry Gogan, Rob Kearney and Nicky Byrne number among the line up of individual award presenters announced for the 39th annual awards. The much-anticipated ceremony is broadcast live from Citywest.

Through the Keyhole
9.00pm ITV
The irrepressible Keith Lemon continues to nose around the homes of three mystery celebrities. Armed only with the clues that Keith discovers, and the applause from the studio audience, it’s the job of the famous panellists to work together and determine who habitates in the houses that they see. This week regular panellist, DJ and TV presenter Dave Berry, is joined by the singing and TV legend Cilla Black, and Keith's 'Celebrity Juice' co-star, TV presenter Holly Willoughby.


Justified
9.15pm TG4
This new series centres around Deputy U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, who is played by Timothy Olyphant, star of Deadwood and Live Free or Die Hard. Raylan was born and reared in the hill country of eastern Kentucky. It was in Harlan where he played ball, chased girls and dug coal. And it was from Harlan, at age 19, that he ran, determined to become a U.S. Marshal. Years later, after shooting a thug in a Miami hotel and thereby incurring the wrath of his Marshals Service superiors, Raylan has been sent in punishment to the one place to which he vowed he would never return, Kentucky. Based on the novels Pronto and Riding the Rap by legendary crime novelist Elmore Leonard.

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