Actor James Nesbitt chats about his life, career and role in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, the first instalment in Peter Jackson's latest trilogy. The origins of pantomime are investigated and there is a feature on the work of sculptor Deborah Brown. Music is provided by Derry singer-songwriter Soak.
The Arts Show.
Story by Sheena McGinley | 17:13 | Thursday 13th December 2012 | TV Highlights
The Late Late Show
RTE 1: 9.35pm
We can only hope Ryan doesn't take Halloween too seriously and decides to dress up for us, although the audience will have...RTE One |
The Graham Norton Show
Alright, alright, alright, it's quite the red couch tonight as it holds not one but two Oscar winners, as Interstellar stars...BBC One |
Movie: Fright Night
We're not sure we would normally recommend a movie that stars Colin Farrell as a vampire, I mean who'd have thought that...RTE 2 |
Return of the sitcom about a British Pakistani family living in Birmingham, and they really are a funny bunch, so they are....BBC One |
Movie: Paranormal Activity
It's Halloween, so if ever there was a night to give yourself horrendous Paranormal Activity nightmares, it's this one. The...UTV |
Later... with Jools Holland
If you are fed up with all the ghouls and ghosts of Halloween, then head on over to BBC2 for a nice few tunes before you...BBC Two |