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Screen watch: Your guide to the best TV movies this week Movies Of The Week This post contains videos

Screen watch: Your guide to the best TV movies this week

Here are our picks of TV movies this week.

Harry and Meghan’s ‘fly-on-the-wall Netflix reality TV series’ denied by spokesman

The couple set up their own production company after signing a deal rumoured to be worth more than £100 million with the streaming giant.

'I was told I would be in the induced coma for a few days, but I actually woke up two months later'

Martin, a healthcare worker in his 30s, was told he would be in a coma for a few days. He was in a coma for over two months.

Coronavirus: No deaths and 390 new cases confirmed in Ireland, 209 in Dublin

The figures were released by the Department of Health at a briefing this evening.

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US will protect the Good Friday Agreement, Special Envoy to NI says

Mulvaney, the former Chief of Staff to US President Donald Trump, took up the role of Special Envoy in March.

What other club could lose All-Ireland winning boss, centre-back and forward star but stay successful?

Even the departure of big names could not derail the Ballyhale Shamrocks winning hurling machine.

'We all want to see a solution, but nobody wants to see these animals get their heads blown off'

Minister Darragh O’Brien distanced himself from a pilot scheme he referenced in the Dáil.

The 5 at 5: Monday

Five stories, five minutes, five o’clock…

Former junior minister won't engage 'in any lobbying activities' for 12 months as CEO of funds sector lobby group

D’Arcy is set to resign his Seanad seat to become chief executive of the Irish Association of Investment Management.

Mortgage payment break scheme will not be extended, Government confirms

The Tánaiste said the banks agreed that solutions for those unable to resume full payments would be applied on a case-by-case basis.

Bus Éireann to stop several intercity routes for financial reasons

Services between Dublin and Cork, Galway, Limerick and Belfast will be affected.

Up to 400 taxis take part in protests in Cork today

They set off at 10am this morning.

From The42 Ballymun boss adds voice to calls for club All-Ireland to run off in January and February Argument

Ballymun boss adds voice to calls for club All-Ireland to run off in January and February

As it stands there will be no repeat of Ballymun Kickhams’ trip to the All-Ireland final in 2013.

Explainer: Why has conflict erupted between Armenia and Azerbaijan?

Fighting erupted again over the weekend in a long-running territorial dispute.

Boris Johnson faces looming Tory revolt over Covid-19 restrictions

More than 50 Conservatives have signed up to an amendment calling for MPs to be given a greater role in deciding on new coronavirus measures.

From The42 'His tactical acumen and leadership are vital to the team' - Donnacha Ryan shines Donners

'His tactical acumen and leadership are vital to the team' - Donnacha Ryan shines

The Tipperary man came in for big praise on the latest episode of The42 Rugby Weekly Extra.

Five things we've learned about Donald Trump's tax affairs

The US President has been waging a legal battle to keep his tax returns hidden, but the New York Times has published details.

Ex-Debenhams workers occupy Waterford store

Workers from around the country have been protesting since April in a dispute over redundancy terms.

Gardaí not looking for any other person or vehicle in relation to death of e-scooter user in Meath

The man, who was in his 20s, was found on the road in the early hours of Saturday morning.

Leaving Cert students can now find out how their school ranked them against classmates

Students can also apply to sit the postponed exams in November.

Poll: Should people be fined for failing to self-isolate? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Should people be fined for failing to self-isolate?

England has introduced a fine of up to £10,000 for people who fail to quarantine.

The 9 at 9: Monday

Here’s what’s making headlines this morning.

Dozens of people killed as fighting between Armenia and Azerbaijan enters second day

The countries have been locked since the early 1990s in a territorial dispute over Nagorno-Karabakh.

Decision expected this week on Covid-19 restrictions for Louth, Cork, Wicklow and Galway

Cases have been rising in Louth, Cork, Wicklow and Galway.

A mild start to the week but heavy rain and spot flooding are on the way

It will be mostly cloudy at first today with outbreaks of rain and drizzle.

Micheál Martin 'not optimistic' about Brexit trade deal

It’s set to be a big week in Brussels, as the UK and the EU resume talks.

Ex-NFL star Joe Montana and wife block attempted kidnapping of grandchild

Police say the woman fled the home but was later arrested. She faces kidnapping and burglary charges.

TikTok: US judge temporarily blocks ban on popular app

The order banning the app was due to take effect at midnight on Sunday.

Opinion: Now is the time to make Ireland's cities liveable again

Strategic planning consultant James Chilton says 2020 has exposed weaknesses in the design of Irish cities, and now is the time to reimagine a new liveable urban space.

Trump paid $750 in US income taxes in 2016 and 2017, according to New York Times

The major investigation into the US president’s finances comes just weeks before the election.

Students encouraged to keep their social life 'safe, small and distant' in new campaign

The USI aims to make sure students stay up to date with public health guidelines.

Sugar tax: Revenue from it more than doubled from €16m to €33m last year

The tax was brought in to try reduce the harm caused by sugary drinks on Irish people’s health.

New Green List kicks in: There are now just four countries and one of them is Liechtenstein

The government has pledged to update the Green List on a weekly basis.

The flu vaccine and children: Here is everything parents need to know

“The flu vaccine is one of the safest vaccines we have, it’s one of the oldest vaccines we have,” a GP said.

Yesterday’s News

From The42 Jack Byrne grabs two as Rovers thump understrength Dundalk to move closer to title League Of Ireland This post contains videos

Jack Byrne grabs two as Rovers thump understrength Dundalk to move closer to title

Dundalk boss Filippo Giovagnoli made 10 changes to his team following their win against Sheriff Tiraspol on Thursday night.

QUIZ: How much do you know about cakes?

The Great British Bake Off returned to our screens earlier this week…

Opinion: Self-publishing your own book is an achievable dream

Self-published author Seán Brennan has some simple advice for anyone who feels it’s time to write that book they’ve been thinking about.

Here's What Happened Today: Sunday

Here’s everything you need to know from today’s headlines.

From The42 Brilliant Ballymun power to first Dublin football crown since 2012 with 14-point victory Champions

Brilliant Ballymun power to first Dublin football crown since 2012 with 14-point victory

Dean Rock grabbed 1-8 as Brendan Hackett’s side dethroned Ballyboden St Enda’s.

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