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RTÉ TEN'S TV picks for April 7

1 of 1 Game of Thrones is back for its fourth season tonight.
Game of Thrones is back for its fourth season tonight.

Game of Thrones (9pm Sky Atlantic) is back for its fourth season tonight. Dear Daughter can be seen at 11.05pm on RTÉ One, another chance to see the award-winning 1996 documentary that first brought the story of the recently-deceased Christine Buckley to the Irish people. Holly Willoughby and Ray Winstone are guests on The Michael McIntyre Chat Show, at 11.05pm ob BBC One.

Game of Thrones, 9pm Sky Atlantic

The fourth season of HBO’s hit drama series begins tonight, unless you stayed up to watch the simulcast last night. Based on the bestselling fantasy book series by George R.R. Martin - and just in case you want to catch up at this late stage in the game - Game of Thrones is an epic story of treachery and nobility, no less. It’s set on the continent of Westeros, where summers and winters can last years, and only the lust for power is eternal. The drama series stars Charles Dance and our own Aidan Gillen, Liam Cunningham and Jack Gleeson. 

Dear Daughter, 11.05pm RTÉ One

Another chance to see the award-winning 1996 documentary that first brought the story of the recently-deceased Christine Buckley to the Irish people. The unwanted child from a relationship between a Nigerian medical student and a married Dublin woman, Christine Buckley was abandoned at three weeks and subsequently brought up in Goldenbridge orphanage. She endured traumatic experiences at that institution and during the search for her birth parents who left her in its care.

The Michael McIntyre Chat Show, 11.05pm BBC One

In tonight’s fifth episode, TV presenter Holly Willoughby will be joining Michael to talk about her latest children’s book. Also on this show is the UK’s top magician, Dynamo. Brit actor Ray Winstone will join Michael to talk about his latest big screen role in the blockbuster film Noah.

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