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RTÉ TEN TV picks for today Friday July 25

1 of 1 Miranda Hart is one of the guests on Alan Carr: Chatty Man Summer Special
Miranda Hart is one of the guests on Alan Carr: Chatty Man Summer Special

There's a two-parted Alan Carr: Chatty Man Summer Special (9.00pm, Channel 4), which bookends the season finale of Friday Night Dinner (10.00pm, Channel 4), and The Governor's back causing mayhem on The Walking Dead (10.50pm, RTÉ Two).

Alan Carr: Chatty Man Summer Special, 9.00pm, Channel 4

Guests joining Alan Carr for summertime fun are comedy queen Miranda Hart who talks about her latest stand up arena tour; Hollywood action man Vin Diesel gives the lowdown on his latest film Guardians of the Galaxy; the stars of The Inbetweeners 2 movie; former Glee head Kevin McHale and the wonderfully unique Noel Fielding. Music is from Rizzle Kicks. The second part is after the season finale of Friday Night Dinner (see below).

Friday Night Dinner, 10.00pm, Channel 4

The last episode in the current season of the award-winning comedy about the Goodman family, starring Tamsin Greig, Paul Ritter, Simon Bird and Tom Rosenthal. It's Grandma's wedding day, and she's getting married to the horrible Mr Morris. The family are distraught, but will Grandma really walk up the aisle? No matter what, there's no way this is going to be an ordinary ceremony. Both Adam and Jonny have something planned - but can they pull it off?

The Walking Dead, 10.50pm, RTÉ Two

The Governor rallies his group for an assault on the prison, using Hershel and Michonne as hostages to avoid any bloodshed. Hershel attempts to barter with The Governor, saying their groups can coexist in the prison peacefully, but The Governor is not interested and he leaves Lilly and Meghan near a river to keep them safe. At the prison, Daryl is infuriated with Carol's banishment, while Tyreese believes that there's still a killer in the prison. Just what Rick needs, eh?

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