Drama in shared accommodation on Five Bedrooms
Six human guinea pigs – all with gut issues – try popular remedies, from diets to colon hydrotherapy and an intense 10-night detox at an Ayurvedic retreat. The program also examines why good gut health is crucial for other areas of our life, including our mood, energy, sleep, health, and overall well-being.
The actor follows the work of Battersea Dogs & Cats Home in London.
Paul meets an energetic Staffie crossbreed who needs help calming down in kennels, falls in love with a rare West African dog called Azawakh, and coaxes a bulldog ‘out of its shell’.
Episodes 3 and 4 of this Australian comedy-drama. A great if you’re nostalgic foror the first days of . The first two episodes are on RTÉ Player.
At a boozy wedding table for singles, five strangers decided to pool their money to “climb the property ladder.” And this is how they get along: we have had broken hearts, leaks, a night out with neighbors and several meetings. This week, there are a lot of bad feelings towards Ben, who withheld key information from his roommates.
Artistic gymnastics, boxing, track cycling and athletics finals today.
UCC 98.3FM, 5pm: A series featuring authors reading and interviewing at UCC, as well as performances and lectures from the Friary Bar’s weekly fiction night. Catherine Kirwan reads to (now disassembled) An Bothán on campus.
, RTÉ 1, 7pm: Radio presenter and new music champion Kate Brennan-Harding premieres “Watch the Sound,” Apple TV + ‘s sound docuseries, starring British music producer Mark Ronson .
RTÉ Jr, 7 p.m .: In an episode of the first series, Phil Smyth and Julie Gould explain why leaves fall from trees at different times – before the start of the second series of the explanatory children’s show.