Best of the box: It's a tough trade...

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

GAA, Aidan O'Shea, The Toughest

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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 - Kill List, Friday, Film 4, 10.45pm

Nearly a year after a botched job, a hitman takes a new assignment with the promise of a big payoff for three killings. What starts off as an easy task soon unravels, sending the killer into the heart of darkness.

Online pick of the week - Stutterer on the RTE Player

The beautiful film explores the lonely world of a typographer struggling to overcome his speech impediment while trying to take his online romantic relationship offline, the short drama film was written, directed and edited by Irishman Benjamin Cleary, Stutterer was the only Irish nominee to take home Oscar glory following a record number of nominations this year. 

The Toughest Trade, Tuesday, RTE2, 9.55pm

The series, part of AIB’s #TheToughest campaign, will take a fresh, in-depth look at how other professional sports compare to the amateur AIB GAA Club Championships. Experiencing the ‘trade’ for the programme will be Tipperary hurler Brendan Maher and Mayo footballer Aidan O‘Shea.

Hurler Brendan Maher will swap his national game for cricket and the Adelaide Strikers, while Ashes winning English cricketer, Steve Harmison, will experience hurling for the first time with Maher’s club Borris-ileigh in Tipperary.

Gaelic footballer Aidan O’Shea will trade countries and sports with ex Miami Dolphin Roberto Wallace as he tries American Football while Wallace travels to Breaffy GAA Club in Mayo.

Dunblane - Our Story, Wednesday, BBC2, 9pm

'I call it the shooting, because, well... I was shot', Amy Hutchison, survivor.

On 13 March 1996, a gunman walked into a primary school in the small Scottish town of Dunblane near Stirling, and shot dead 16 pupils and their teacher in a Primary 1 gym class. To date, it is one of the deadliest firearms atrocities in the UK.

In a landmark film to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the tragedy, 'Dunblane: Our Story' interviews many people who have never before talked publicly about what happened on that day. It features, for the first time, testimony from a survivor who was shot as a five-year-old and who details her own terrifying experience that no child should endure.

The Secret History of our Family, BBC2, 8pm

The culmination of a two-year research project by BBC Documentaries, this four-part documentary series for BBC Two gives a breakthrough insight into social mobility and stagnation over the past 200 years. The programme will go out weekly from Thursday 10 March at 8pm.

Victorian working class Britain was a labyrinth of destitution, street crime, gang warfare, drink addiction and welfare dependency. Into this ‘dark continent’ came an army of upper-class missionaries to study and help the families they found. On their expeditions into the slums, these do-gooders came face-to-face with Britain’s outcast and unrecorded.

Using the upper-class slum-tourists’ written accounts of their meetings with the underclass, BBC Two has now traced the descendants of both the rich and poor, from Victorian times all the way down to the present day, to find out what happened to the families that history forgot.

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Britain's Secret Slavery Business, Friday, BBC2, 10pm

Investigative journalist Darragh MacIntyre (pictured) exposes the reality of modern-day slavery and exploitation in Britain.

From our factories and food producers, our carwashes and nail bars this one-off current affairs documentary lifts the lid on how exploited workers are embedded in parts of our economy.