Do you have that family member who is just never able to decide what to watch on television? Scrolling for what feels like hours through the channels and/or Netflix, umming and aahing over everything? Well, here at No More Workhorse we are looking to end those issues for you this week with our TV picks for the next 7 days.
Cadbury Exposed: Dispatches – Channel 4, Monday at 8 pm
With Easter just around the corner, a story exposing the mistreatment of cacao farmers by big chocolate brands could not be more topical. Dispatches travel to Ghana, the cacao growing capital of the world, to investigate the treatment of cacao growers. Some as young as 10, the workers earn less than £2 a day and often get injured while working.
Home of the Year – RTE One, Tuesday at 8:30 pm
The finale to one of Ireland’s most hotly contested property prizes, who will come out on top at the end of the latest series of Home of the Year. The judges will decide between 4 finalists: The McManus of Co Kerry, The McNeil’s of Belfast, The O’Dowells of Co Sligo or the Doyles of Co. Down. Keep your sets tuned in for what is bound to be a fascinating contest.
Single Drunk Female – Disney+, Wednesday
Following her very public meltdown at her work in a New York Media company, Samantha Fink is forced to move home to Boston to stay with her mom. Not only does she have to deal with moving back in with her mom, but she has an extreme drinking problem to grapple with too. Starring Sophia Black-D’Elia and Ally Sheedy, this show currently has a 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.
First Dates Ireland – RTE2, Thursday at 9:30 pm
A bonus episode of the nation’s favourite dating show, this episode will show some of the highlights of the series. From the sublime to the ridiculous, from a first date pulling lambs to an admission of the broken member, this truly is a sight not to miss
Ellie Simmonds: A World Without Dwarfism – BBC One, Tuesday at 9 pm
Paralympic swimmer Ellie Simmonds presents this documentary examining the UK’s relationship between society and disability. With a new drug having been created which promises to initiate significantly more growth in those born with dwarfism, the implications for those living with the condition and the ground they have gained in societal acceptance may have been completely undermined.