Michaela is surprised by a pre-nuptial agreement in How to Get Away With Murder (10.00pm RTÉ2); Tracks and Trails (7.00pm, RTÉ One) features Pól O Conghaile, travel journalist and broadcaster walking through the Comeraghs in West Waterford; and No Limbs, No Limits can be seen again on RTÉ One at 10.15pm.
How to Get Away With Murder, 10.00pm, RTÉ2
Annalise and the team are focused on Rebecca’s case, but when the judge enforces a gag order, Rebecca takes things into her own hands. Meanwhile, Michaela is surprised by a pre-nup, sparks fly between Laurel and Frank, and in flash-forwards, we find out more about Wes and Rebecca’s relationship.
How to Get Away With Murder
No Limbs, No Limits, 10.15pm RTÉ One
Repeat of the film about Joanne O'Riordan, the young Cork woman who has surmounted all the odds. Steven O'Riordan's inspiring film begins with home movie footage of Joanne as a young girl - riding on a pedalo on holidays with her parents, being whizzed down a slide in someone else's arms. Already you sense a girl who will not be cosseted, or given undue kid glove treatment, who, as she grows up, will learn a feisty sense of independence. The central event in the documentary is the invitation extended to Joanne to speak at the United Nations International Telecommunications Conference in New York, on her sixteenth birthday, in April 2012.
Tracks and Trails, 7.00pm RTÉ One
Pól O Conghaile, travel journalist and broadcaster, is in West Waterford to walk two routes in the Comeragh Mountains. His first walk takes him through the Mahon Valley to a well-known landmark in the area, the Mahon Falls. En route, Pól stops off in the village of Killrossanty to meet retired schoolteacher and local historian, Síle Murphy. They discuss the history of the village. Pól and his guide Declan McGrath continue their route into the Mahon Falls which is an easy walk suitable for all ages and takes about 20 minutes.They discuss the geology of the Comeraghs and the flora and fauna along the way.