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What’s on tonight: Wednesday January 6


by Holly O'Neill
06th Jan 2021
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Stuck for ideas on how to spend your evening? Let us give you some inspiration


WATCH

I Am Greta, BBC One, 10.45pm

For two years, filmmaker Nathan Grossman followed climate activist Greta Thunberg around the world, documenting her journey from a solitary protest to sparking a worldwide movement. The fly-on-the-wall documentary opens with her boat trip to the UN Climate Action Summit in New York and lays bare her commitment to the cause, from managing her Asperger’s to dense world leaders while setting fires in the bellies of teenagers around the world.

Related: Growing Up At The End Of The World: The documentary not to miss this week on RTE One

Operation Transformation, RTE One, 9.35pm

Looking to introduce some healthier habits into your new lockdown life? Operation Transformation: Keeping Well Apart returns to our screens tonight, with healthy recipes and fitness advice coming to your screen for the next eight weeks.

Related: 7 new Netflix picks to get stuck into this January

EAT

Marks & Spencer Plant Based Greek Style Cubes In Brine, 200g, €4

Committed to Veganuary but already fed up of cooking? Camile Thai have introduced a chickpea green curry and if you’re really missing cheese, Marks and Spencer have launched a revolutionary non-dairy cheese range, with a plant-based cheddar, €3.30, that tastes and melts like cheddar, and the first high street Greek-style cubes, €4, that crumble like feta.

Photography by BBC.

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