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1 of 1 Midsomer Murders investigates a not so wonderful Copenhagen and murky business dealings
Midsomer Murders investigates a not so wonderful Copenhagen and murky business dealings

Midsomer Murders investigates a deadly biscuit in Copenhagen in the company of two female detectives (8.00pm UTV); Neven Maguire: Home Chef (7.30pm RTÉ ONE) heads to Ananda in Dundrum Town Centre, where executive chef Sunil Ghaia prepares Chicken Tandoori. Generation Sex: Secrets Of South America (9.00pm BBC Three) investigates teenage passion in Buenos Aires.

Midsomer Murders, 8.00pm UTV

The 100th episode airs tonight, or, if you like, the fifth and final programme in the current series. Eric Calder, boss of Calder's Biscuits, collapses and dies on a business trip to Copenhagen as he opens a tin of his company's famous Golden Clusters. But far from being pleasant thing to dunk in your tea, the biscuit is coated with strychnine. It transpires that he toxic package was posted from Midsomer and Danish detective Birgitte Poulsen asks Barnaby to investigate. Barnaby and Nelson join forces with Poulsen and her fellow female detective Degn. They discover that Eric Calder was on the verge of pulling off a major deal to supply biscuits in Copenhagen.

Neven Maguire: Home Chef, 7.30pm RTÉ ONE

Neven heads to Ananda in Dundrum Town Centre, where executive chef Sunil Ghaia prepares Chicken Tandoori in this fine dining Indian Restaurant. Ananda won the Santa Rita Best Restaurant in Dublin Award (2013) and Sunil was named Santa Rita Best Chef in Ireland last year.  Neven himself cooks Grilled Rib Eye Beef and also makes a Chocolate Delice. Incidentally, Neven's restaurant, MacNean House in Blacklion Co Cavan, was the only restaurant in Ireland to be included in the Top 10 Restaurants in Europe, in Trip Advisor's Traveller's Choice Awards.

Generation Sex: Secrets Of South America, 9.00pm BBC Three

In the second of three programmes, Billie JD Porter arrives in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, on the eve of the Dia de la Primavera festival. The Festival marks the first day of spring during which many will party day and night. Billie explores the cost of unbridled passion for many young people where thousands of young women resort to back street abortion clinics.

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