TV highlights: What to watch on the box this week!

The sun looks like it's gone back into hiding for a few days, so there's no better excuse to curl up on the couch with a good TV show.

Here's what we'll be watching this week…

The Peter Mark VIP Style Awards
TV3, 21:00

The biggest event on Ireland's fashion calendar took place on Friday at Dublin's Marker Hotel, with some seriously stylist attendees (and a few WTF outfits too for good measure). Watch back the highlights for some SS15 fashion inspiration.

Republic of Telly
RTÉ 2, 23:05

Fans of Geordie Shore may remember that Charlotte Crosby was in Dublin for a mystery visit a couple of weeks back. It turns out she was filming with the Republic of Telly gang, and her sketches air tonight.

The Unemployables
RTÉ 2, 21:00

Darren Kennedy and Jennifer Maguire help two more "unemployables" to secure paid work in this touching reality show. Candidates this week include a 35-year-old mother who hasn't worked since losing her job in 2007, and a 19-year-old who walked out on his Leaving Cert exams.

The Graham Norton Show
BBC One, 22:40

We're loving the line-up on the couch this week, with Matt LeBlanc, Rebel Wilson and Kit Harrington from Game of Thrones all joining Graham for a chat. Plus music from Mumford & Sons… sure what more could you want?

Coming To America
E4, 21:00

This 1988 comedy stars Eddie Murphy at his bizarre best, playing a rich African prince who travels to the USA to escape an arranged marriage and find true love, while posing as a foreign student working in a fast food joint.

The C-Word
BBC One, 20:30

Sheridan Smith stars in this one-off drama, based on the book and blog of writer Lisa Lynch who was diagnosed with breast cancer aged just 28. Lisa worked closely with BBC to adapt her story, but sadly she passed away in  2013, five years after her first diagnosis.

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