Better late than never, we have your slightly delayed TV Picks of the Week! We have trawled through the channels so you don’t have to. So sit back, relax and enjoy some good telly (with some added sparkle this week).
Grace – More, Tuesday at 9:00 pm
A gripping detective drama from the mind of best selling crime author Russell Lewis, we follow disgraced detective Roy Grace as he is at rock bottom. Roy, played by Jon Simm, is approached by a fellow detective to follow up on a cold case involving a dead property developer. Grace has a point to prove, and this show promises to be something special.
Eurovision Song Contest Semi-Finals, RTE 2, Tuesday and Thursday at 8:00 pm
Eurovision Final, RTE 1 and BBC 1, Saturday at 8:00 pm
Get your glitter ready for the campiest night of the year! The Eurovision Song Contest returns with its 66th ceremony that promises to be bigger and better than ever. Hosted in Turin, is this the year that the UK make it out of the bottom 3? Guess we will have to wait and find out.
Senna, Sky Documentary, Saturday at 9pm
One of the best sporting documentaries in recent years, Senna is the life story of Ayrton Senna, one of the most talented formula one drivers ever, compiled mostly from home video footage. An adrenaline-fuelled ride that will keep you glued to your seat withing the help of G-forces.
World on Fire, MORE, Sunday at 9:00 pm
Set in 1938 just before the start of the Second World War, this drama follows American journalist Nancy Campbell (played by Helen Hunt) at the Polish border and Lois Bennet (played by Julia Brown) in Manchester, England. A gripping drama with an all-star cast, this show really needs to be watched.
To Watch on Streaming
Maeve Binchy – The Magic of the Ordinary, RTE Player
It has been 10 years since the death of the best selling Irish author Maeve Binchy. In a celebration of her life, we hear from her husband Gordon Snell, her niece Sarah Binchy and many more to shine a light on her achievements as both an author and a journalist.