Welcome to the beginning of the end of 2012. A mighty year of TV by any standards, some are saying the best since they cut Bread. Not content to let the televisual events of the last 12 months go without a bang, Take Me Out host Paddy McGuiness is here to show us the best of the best, the worst of the worst and to find out whether we've all been paying attention. Paddy's 2012 Show and Telly pits three celebrity pairs - Strictly's Denise Van Outen and Nicky Byrne (lookit them there, no bad feelings), presenters Kate Garraway and Nicholas Owen, and Corrie's Antony Cotton and Chris Fountain - against each other in this end of year TV quiz.
Paddy's 2012 Show and Telly. UTV: 8.00pm
Story by Sheena McGinley | 11:51 | Saturday 22nd December 2012 | TV Highlights
Second Captains Live
RTE 2: 10.20pm
The lads are back with another series of their popular sporting show Second Captains Live tonight. Look at them there now,...RTE Two |
Loads of Cheltenham racing action unfolding across the pond all this week, and down the years we have had some great Irish...TG4 |
Astronauts: Living in Space
Channel 4: 9:00pm
Ever wondered what it's like to live in space? Yeah, I know we had Ireland's new best mate Chris Hadfield giving us snippets...
RTE 1: 9.35pm
Jaysus, this movie is dark, the title doesn't lie. An intense watch, but great all the same, and even earned Natalie Portman...RTE One |
You Saw Them Here First
Ever wondered where some of your favourite actors and actresses started out? No? Then move on! For those of you that have...UTV |
Inside No. 9
BBC 2: 11.50pm
Last in this series of this British dark comedy, that looks at the lives of different folk who live in a number nine. It's...BBC Two |
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