TV programmes with a learning focus May 23 - 30
RTÉ One Wednesday , 21.30 - 22:40
Part one of two. Presented by journalist Jennifer O'Connell, this series explores the science of stress, as a range of volunteer groups have their stress levels examined through a series of scientific experiments. The first episode looks at the results of the 'How are You Ireland?' survey, and meets a group of volunteers who are going to have their stress measured and tackled.
TG4 Wednesday, 21:30 - 22.30
A new Irish documentary telling the story of the Irish missionaries who helped to save people from starvation during the civil war in Nigeria 50 years ago.
RTÉ One Friday, 20:30 - 21.00
Philip Boucher-Hayes takes a closer look at breakfast, and asks if a more modern breakfast is better than the traditional fry-up.
BBC Two Monday , 21:30 - 23.45
Richard Eyre's adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy, starring Anthony Hopkins, Emma Thompson, Emily Watson, Florence Pugh, Jim Broadbent and more. Anthony Hopkins as the aging monarch divides his kingdom with tragic consequences for family and state.
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