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04th Feb 2013

Mirrors, Mums & Murder: The Best of Tonight’s TV

There are a lot of reasons for you to stay in this evening. Here are just five...

From a 1930s jazz band to a bunch of creepy mirrors, it’s a night for a few treats and lots of telly!

Dancing on the Edge – BBC Two (9.00pm)

This new drama series tells the story of a black jazz band trying to make it in 1930s London. Starring Chiwetel Ejiofor, Matthew Goode and John Goodman.


Lewis – UTV (9.00pm)

In the first of this two-part finale Lewis and Hobson has to solve the case of Richard Seager who is killed on the night of his release from prison.


Reality Bites – RTÉ Two (9.30pm)

Keeping Mum sees two families move into one house so that the parents can judge each other’s skills. Presented by Lucy Kennedy.


Being Eileen – BBC One (11.05pm)

The Christmas special has been turned into a six-part series about the Lewis family. In the first episode Eileen (Sue Johnston) goes missing.


Mirrors – RTÉ Two (12.20am)

Kiefer Sutherland stars in this horror about a man who begins to see strange things in the mirrors of the building he guards at night.