Programme 7: 25th February
Coming up on the show this week Hollywood actor and star of Reservoir Dogs and Kill Bill, Michael Madsen, tells us about his life as a dedicated father, poet and photographer. Bernard Dunne and Ray Foley explain those mysterious posters that are around the country and set the nation a challenge. Vegetarian sensations the Happy Pear twins Stephen and David Flynn, tell us about life as identical twins and how being vegetarian has changed their lifestyle and inspired them to open their own restaurant. Jessica Lawlor, fiancée of Stephen Ireland tells us about her upcoming acting role in a London musical and what life is like as a wag. Music on the night will be performed by Sligo trad band JP Trio.
Programme 6: 18th February
Coming up on the show this week, the original bad boy in the kitchen, Marco Pierre White on why he is misunderstood.
The countries leading expert when it comes to sex, Mary O'Conor tells us about Ireland's move from sexual repression to sexual liberation and reveals the most common bedroom problems.
Celebrity Chef Paul Rankin takes us through his career from boom to bust and back to success again.
Big Fat Gypsy Weddings exploded back on our screens this week and two stars of the show tell us their personal story. And music on the night will be performed by Brit Awards winner Emilie Sande.
Programme 5: 4th February
Coming up on the show this week, we meet internet sensation and horse trainer Peter Casey, Celebrity Big Brother star, Georgia Salpa tells us about her stay in the Big Brother house and how she plans to crack the U.S. The faces of Merlin Motors tell us about their move into property; unlikely friends, wife of the speaker of the House of Commons, Sally Bercow, and Irish traveller Paddy Doherty reveal what life was like when they swapped lives for documentary "When Paddy met Sally". We meet Daraine Mulvihill, a meningitis survivor, who's landed her dream job fronting Channel 4's coverage of the Paralympics on September. Lisa Hannigan will be performing her track "What'll I Do" from her new album "Passenger".
Programme 4: 27th January
Coming up on the show this week, investigations editor with The Sun newspaper, Paul Williams gives us the inside story on the horrific murder of 18 year old Marioara Rostas whose body was found in the Wicklow mountains this week.
Golfing ace Rory McIlroy's ex-girlfriend Holly Sweeney tells us about what life was like as the childhood sweetheart of one of the world's top golfers.
Rugby star Alan Quinlan reveals what prompted him to write this week's article in The Irish Times about his "unfulfilled" Irish career.
And supermum Rio Hogarty, who has fostered over 140 children, takes us through her amazing life story. Music on the night will be performed by Australian bluesman CW Stoneking and his Primitive Horn Orchestra.
Programme 3: 21st January
Coming up on the show this week, star of the iconic cop show, Cagney and Lacey, Sharon Gless talks about her controversial new play about Senior Sex. Gerald Kean and Lisa Murphy are with us for their first TV interview since the traumatic robbery at their home last year. Stephen Donnelly TD tells us what the Troika really think of us and Neven Maguire tells us about how he's dealing with impending fatherhood and why Irish brands really are the best. Music on the night will be performed by Choice Music nominated Cashier No.9 with their hit single "Goldstar".
Programme 2: 14th January
Coming up on the show this week, Brian Kennedy and Paul Martin from the Irish Mirror tell us what led to their infamous fight on Celebrity Come Dine with Me; We have the first TV interview from world class chef, Antony Worrall Thompson who was caught shoplifting last week; Francis Brennan talks frankly about the Irish tourism industry; Three public health nurses tell us about life at the frontline of the health services in the community and music on the night will be performed by The Animators.
Programme 1: 7th January
Coming up on the show this week, the stars of Operation Transformations inspire us to lose a few pounds after Christmas. UTV continuity presenter, Julian Simmons, known for his quirky introductions to Corrie talks about his recent quadruple bypass. Rachel Allen gives her only interview about the controversial photo she posted of herself on facebook. And our latest export to the USA, Cork guy Peter O Riordan, tells us about being mobbed on the streets of Hollywood. Music on the night comes from Derry band, General Fiasco, with "The Age that the you Start Losing Your Friends".
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