TV programmes with a learning focus 01 - 07 August
RTÉ One Wednesday, 19:30 - 20.00
Anja Murray examines the potentially catastrophic impacts of alien aquatic invaders that have infested Ireland's water bodies, and what can be done to contain the problem.
BBC Two Tuesday 08:35 - 09.00
David Attenborough examines how fleas are able to jump great distances for their size and attempts to discover how fast a cheetah can run.
RTE One Monday, 21.30 - 19:30
Featuring some of the first superstars of hurling, including Mick Mackey and Christy Ring. Plus, an exploration of eras of great change, for the sport and the country.
RTE One Tuesday, 21:30 - 23.15
Ideal for Politics and Society teachers. The compelling story of Nobel Peace Prize-winner John Hume's pursuit of the political process in Northern Ireland and how he cultivated the support of a succession of US presidents to harness US support to forge peace.
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