Dáithí Ó Sé  gets iced on stage at the Rose of Tralee  Festival in the Dome, Tralee. Photograph:  Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus

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Brightening up: the second series of The Village happily fills the Sunday-drama slot

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Bumps a-daisy: Jill Halfpenny, Christine Bottomley, Katherine Parkinson, Hermoine Norris, Taj Atwal and Hannah Midgley in In The Club.

A great cast can’t save ‘In the Club’ from its obvious plots, which lack the ingenuity of ‘The Honourable Woman’

Rough ride: the doping whistleblower Paul Kimmage still asks tough questions

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Four-bedroom semi-detached 1940s property with extension

Visiting time: Samantha McCollum and Norah McCollum in “Michaella, Peru and the Drugs Run” (RTÉ One, Monday)

A documentary on Michaella McCollum Connolly, jailed in Peru for drug smuggling, gets too close to her family for cool appraisal(...)

As well as completely renovating this family home, the current owners built a striking, light-filled contemporary kitchen extensi(...)

Looking east: Maggie Gyllenhaal in The Honourable Woman, a new thriller series on BBC One

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