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What’s up? 10 best TV and streaming tips for Wednesday

What’s up?  10 best TV and streaming tips for Wednesday

Ireland’s thriving street food scene is explored in Paul Flynn’s Food Truck Favorites, the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 competition begins, and Jane Seymour continues to solve crime in Dublin as Harry Wild. . .

Today’s selection

Paul Flynn’s Food Truck Favorites, at 20.00, RTÉ One

In this new six-part series, chef Paul Flynn explores Ireland’s thriving street food scene and creates his own food truck favorites.

Across Ireland, a street food revolution has taken place. While the hospitality trade was facing pandemic shutdowns, one area of ​​the industry was booming as hungry tippers turned to a growing group of food trucks.

From his restaurant in Dungarvan, chef Paul Flynn has been admired while enterprising chefs embraced the challenge of delivering fantastic food to outdoor cafes.

Now he has decided to join them to discover the secret behind their success, and the start of his first food truck adventure with a search for street food with lamb.

He takes a trip to Killarney in Kerry to meet Chad Byrne (above), the owner of Hungry Donkey, to try lamb tacos from a small food truck with great ideas.

Later, Paul cooks Moroccan Pulled Lamb and Lamb Tortillas to serve from his own food truck at the Irish National Stud in Kildare.

Do not miss

UEFA EC 2022 for women, at 19.30, RTÉ2 / 19.00, BBC One

More football, right?

Jacqui Hurley (below, right) presents all the action from the opening match to the tournament, when the Group A team England and Austria (KO at 20.00) meet at Old Trafford in Manchester.

The hosts England were semi-finalists when the competition was last held in 2017, and lost 3-0 against the hosts and any champions the Netherlands, and will hope to do better this time as they have a home advantage.

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But they are facing a tough opening match against the Austrians, who also reached the last four five years ago, and in an embarrassing way out on penalties against Denmark.

With analysis by Karen Duggan and Richie Sadlier, and comments by George Hamilton and Lisa Fallon.

Ghislaine Maxwell: The Making of a Monster, 22.00, Channel 4

The second part of this documentary about the social friend Ghislaine Maxwell.

This episode focuses on the shocking contrast between the incredible wealth and power Maxwell and her partner Jeffrey Epstein exercised in American society, and the crimes they committed behind closed doors.

They entertained presidents and princes in fabulous estates and on a private island. But there are those who claim that Maxwell lured them into that world just to feed Epstein’s sexual deviations.

Bernard Hill Remembers – Boys From the Blackstuff, 22.00, BBC Four

Actor Bernard Hill – who played the legendary Yosser Hughes – looks back on the acclaimed drama Boys from Blackstuffabout life in the recession-stricken Britain during the Thatcher era.

The opening of three episodes of Alan Bleasdale’s influential drama in the Liverpool set, originally shown in 1982, follows.

In the first episode, Chrissie and his friends log on to the benefit office before heading to a construction site for some cash work – but investigators are on track.

Episodes two and three follow, and take a closer look at the challenges these friends face who are struggling to survive in a period of great upheaval in British society.

Harry Wild, 21.35, RTÉ One

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Last week’s opening episode was a fun, summery laugh, with Jane Seymour (above, behind the scenes with co-star Rohan Nedd), who clearly enjoyed her role as the anonymous Harry, a retired English professor who shines as a crime solver.

This week, Harry and his sidekick Fergus are contacted by a woman who is desperate to find out how her husband died. Although they are initially reluctant to get involved, interest is soon aroused.

They discover that gamblers are playing a snuff game in Dublin, and Harry gives the evidence they uncover to Charlie, and promises to stay away from it, but the killers have other ideas.

New or returning shows

George Clarke’s Remarkable Renovations, 21.00, Channel 4

Architect George Clarke (below, right) returns for a second installment in the series that follows people as they breathe new life into old commercial properties.

He begins in the Suffolk town of Framlingham, where pig farmer Paul and his wife Imogen have picked up a collection of dilapidated and abandoned buildings.

They include a pub, butcher shop, bakery and a slaughterhouse, with ambitious plans to restore the listed area and add a modern glass exterior.

Sky Arts Summer Book Club Summer Reads Special, 20.00, Sky Arts

Streaming at NOW

Sky Arts Book Club is back with a brand new series of best-selling authors and book clubs.

They are joined by presenters Andi Oliver and Elizabeth Day, with literary podcasts and youtuber Simon Savidge to provide recommendations throughout the series.

It starts with Hollywood lead author Minnie Driver (above) joining Andi, Elizabeth and Simon, along with the book club Bad Form which consists only of women to talk about Manage expectations – Minnie’s anecdotal memoirs.

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New to streaming

Girl in the Picture, Netflix

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In this documentary, a woman who is found dying by a road leaves a son, a man who claims to be her husband – and a mystery that unfolds like a nightmare.

Adapted from the books of investigative journalist Matt Birkbeck, it’s a gruesome story starring serial killer Franklin Lloyd.

King of Stonks, Netflix

Desperate for startup star status, an overly ambitious finance mastermind lies, cheats and plans his less than authentic company up the ladder to success.

This German drama looks fun. And it comes with subtitles, unlike this trailer:

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Ends today

Hypothetically, 22.00, Dave

In the final show of this enjoyable, awful first season, Josh Widdicombe and James Acaster are joined by Victoria Coren-Mitchell, Rosie Jones, Isy Suttie and Toussaint Douglass to test more theoretically absurd scenarios.

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