Best of the Box: Goodbye Terry Wogan

Tom Dunne and Sue Murphy bring you the best of the box this week

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Not quite sure of what the best picks of the box are for this week? Or will you regret that you didn't record something during the week when everyone is suddenly talking about it?

Fear not, Tom Dunne has you covered.

Sue Murphy joined Tom to pick out the best of the box this week and there really is a lot of great TV picks.

Film of the week
 
Prisoners, Saturday, Channel 4, 9pm
 
When Keller Dover's daughter and her friend go missing, he takes matters into his own hands as the police pursue multiple leads and the pressure mounts. How far will he go to save his own daughter?

Online Pick of the Week
 
The Meaning of Life, RTE Player
 
Gay Byrne interviews fellow veteran broadcaster Terry Wogan about his thoughts on ageism, religion and a life which has had its highs and lows, its moments of tragedy, laughter and success.

Picks for the Week
 
Life before the Rising, Monday, RTE1, 9.35pm
 
Historian Catriona Crowe of the National Archives explores what was happening in the lives of Irish people in the years leading up to the Easter Rising, from the growing Catholic middle-classes to tenement dwellers. She looks at where people lived, what their houses were like, and what they wore, ate, drank and did for entertainment, as well as examining the effect the Gallipoli campaign had - with injured soldiers clearly visible on the streets of Ireland by the end of 1915.
 
Back in time for the Weekend, Tuesday, BBC2, 8pm
 
Like many modern families, the Ashby Hawkins home is stuffed full of tablets, computers, phones, and gadgets to distract them in their spare time. But for one summer they agreed to give up all their 21st century technology and travel back in time, to experience the radical transformation of our leisure time since 1950.
 
World War Three - Inside the War Room, Wednesday, BBC2, 9pm
 
Following the crisis in Ukraine and Russia’s involvement in Syria, the world is closer to super power confrontation than at any time since the end of the Cold War. Now a committee of senior former British military and diplomatic figures comes together to war game a hypothetical ‘hot war’ in Eastern Europe, including the unthinkable - nuclear confrontation.

Eipic, TG4, Thursday, 10pm
 
Drama about five teenagers who take over their local abandoned post office to begin a musical revolution. Misunderstood Sully hears about an online music video competition, and sees it as a way of escaping the drudgery of his home town

The Most Dangerous Band in the World - The Story of Guns n Roses, Friday, BBC4, 10pm
 
In 1985, Sunset Strip in Los Angeles gave birth to what would become one of the most successful and notorious rock bands of all time: Guns N’ Roses. Axl Rose, Slash, Duff McKagan, Izzy Stradlin and Steven Adler formed a band that would change the history of rock 'n’ roll.