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 Great British Bake Off Final
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Garda Down Under
Final episode in this documentary series which has been following Gardai who decided to leave recession-hit Ireland to seek...RTE One |
Final episode in this series which has been a rollercoaster of emotion throughout. Gemma's (Suranne Jones) investigation...BBC One |
Second Captains Live
The lads are back for another review of the week that was in sport as they give their thoughts on the recent World Cup...RTE 2 |
This is 40
Fans of Knocked Up will know Debbie and Pete well, and this flick sees the couple take centre stage as they face their 40th...RTE One |
Marley and Me
From the outset this movie, staring Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston, may look like a typical romantic comedy that a dog...E4 |