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  • Seven

    • 2014 AFL

      6:30pm - 10:30pm
      Rnd 6: Melbourne v Sydney
      Genre:
      Sport

      The Demons face off against the Swans at the MCG and will be hoping their improved midfield can take it up to the powerful Swans. Brian Taylor leads the call with expert commentary from Luke Darcy, Matthew Richardson and Cameron Ling.

    • World's Wildest Police Videos

      10:30pm - 11:30pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      A gang fight in Pelican Bay Prison explodes into a jail-wide free-for-all, silver-haired pharmacists fight back against a drug thief, and cruisers go bumper-to-bumper with a crook in a stolen school bus.

  • 7mate

    • Blue Crush 2

      6:30pm - 9:00pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Drama
      Repeat

      Haunted by the memory of her deceased mother, Dana leaves Malibu behind and heads to South Africa to fulfill her mother's dream of surfing Jefferys Bay.

    • Buried

      9:00pm - 11:00pm
      Classified:
      MA
      Genre:
      Thriller

      Paul Conroy is not ready to die but when he wakes up six feet underground in a wooden coffin with only a mobile phone and lighter - time is not on his side. Buried alive with no idea of who put him there or why, life for Paul becomes a hellish struggle for survival. Poor reception, a rapidly draining battery and a dwindling oxygen supply are his worst enemies in a tightly confined race against time. Paul has only 90 minutes to be rescued before his worst nightmare comes true.

  • ABC1

  • Nine

  • SBS ONE

    • My Wild Affair

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Andre: The Seal Who Came Home
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Nature

      This four-part series shows how humans opened up their hearts to help nature's finest and discovered some of the most extraordinary personalities in the animal kingdom. This episode tells the true story of a two day old wild harbour seal who, in 1961, was rescued from certain death by Harry Goodridge. Over the next 25 years Andre and Harry established a friendship that brought Andre into the world of humans without Andre's ever having to give up his wildness. This interspecies friendship weathered every kind of challenge including at the end, including Andre's blindness.

    • Kokoda

      8:30pm - 10:20pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      War

      New Guinea, 1942. Australia is at war with Japan. A small platoon of Australian soldiers from the 39th battalion have been set as a forward patrol far outside the perimeter of Isurava, a village on the Kokoda track. After sustained bombardment and initial attacks from the Japanese, the men are cut off from their supply lines and all communications. Isolated in the jungle behind enemy lines, they must make their way back through the most unforgiving terrain on earth to get to safety and the main body of Australian troops. Allegiances form, strengths and weaknesses emerge, and leadership battles threaten to destroy the group, as the going gets tougher and tougher.

    • The Notorious Bettie Page

      10:20pm - 12:00am
      Classified:
      MA
      Genre:
      Drama

      The story of Bettie Page, uber-successful 1950s pin-up model, one of the first sex icons in America, and the target of a Senate investigation (based on her bondage photos). Beautifully shot in black and white with oversaturated colour recalling many 1950s films.

  • TEN

  • 7TWO

    • Once Upon a Time

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      The Tower
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Adventure

      While Emma, David, Regina and Hook continue their search for the Wicked Witch, she, in turn, is planning a dark surprise for David, and Zelena's prisoner is powerless under her watch as she plots her next course of action against the townspeople. Meanwhile, in the Fairy Tale Land that was in the previous year, Prince Charming stumbles upon Rapunzel, who is trapped inside a tower, and must help her confront her fears in order for her to be free.

    • Billy Elliot

      8:30pm - 10:45pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      Billy Elliot is an 11-year-old boy, from a tough mining town, who keeps his ballet lessons a secret, until he is offered an audition for the Royal Ballet School.

    • The Border

      10:45pm - 11:45pm
      Night Shift
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      The agents and officers pursue and apprehend suspected illegal immigrants, after which they confront cartel foot soldiers in the dead of night and stop would-be imposters from entering the country.

  • ELEVEN

  • GO!

  • GEM

  • ABC2 / ABC4

    • The Restaurant

      7:31pm - 8:32pm
      The Opening NIght
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      It's opening night. Six couples have earned the keys to Raymond Blanc's six Bristol restaurants. Now they must prove they deserve to keep them. Against fierce competition, they need to show their concepts work.

    • The Fried Chicken Shop

      8:32pm - 9:21pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      Stopping by the shop is Rayon, an absent father out for lunch with his best mate's kids. Behind the counter is manager Zahid, who has left his loved ones behind to fulfil his dreams and provide for his family's future.

    • Alan Carr: Chatty Man

      9:21pm - 10:07pm
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      Alan is joined by actresses Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, who talk about their latest movie The Other Woman; TV chef Paul Hollywood discusses the Get Your Bake On UK tour and there's music from Katy B.

    • The Spoils of Babylon

      10:07pm - 10:31pm
      The Age of the Bastard
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      The forbidden love between Cynthia and Devon has become too much for Cynthia to handle. Meanwhile, her son Winston has taken over the family business.

    • Miranda

      10:31pm - 11:01pm
      Just Act Normal
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      When Miranda and Penny end up in the police station, Penny leads the police to believe Miranda is a bit unstable and they are both forced to see a therapist for an assessment.

  • ONE

    • Dirty Great Machines

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      The series takes a look at some of the largest ever built bucket wheel excavators. Their purpose is to peel back the surface of the earth with each turn of their colossal parts.

    • Law & Order: SVU

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      Remorse
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Crime
      Repeat

      The police apprehend a man who appears to be one of the two people involved in a rape case where the victim was a famous TV reporter.

    • Bellator MMA

      9:30pm - 11:30pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Sport

      Bellator showcases a unique format of world-class Mixed Martial Arts fighting with 12 week, eight-man tournaments featuring some of the most dynamic fighters in the world.

  • 44Adelaide

  • 4ME

  • ABC News 24

    • Four Corners

      7:31pm - 8:16pm
      Day of Days
      Genre:
      Current Affairs
      Repeat

      Seventy years on, survivors tell what it was like to storm the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.

    • Culture Quarter

      8:16pm - 8:30pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs
      Repeat

      Join Siobhan Heanue from Canberra for a look at some of the latest events taking place at Australia's cultural institutions.

    • ABC News

      8:30pm - 9:02pm
      Genre:
      News

      Live across Australia, the latest from ABC News, following the day's top stories and live coverage of events as they unfold. Plus, comprehensive analysis and original reporting from ABC reporters around Australia and the world.

    • The World This Week

      9:02pm - 9:30pm
      Genre:
      News
      Repeat

      Jim Middleton presents a review of the best international news stories, with extended reports from the Australia's largest network of reporters and foreign correspondents.

    • ABC News

      9:30pm - 10:00pm
      Genre:
      News

      Live across Australia, the latest from ABC News, following the day's top stories and live coverage of events as they unfold. Plus, comprehensive analysis and original reporting from ABC reporters around Australia and the world.

    • ABC News Update

      10:00pm - 10:01pm
      Genre:
      News

      Latest news and today's top stories from across Australia and around the world.

    • Landline

      10:01pm - 10:30pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs
      Repeat

      Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues. Presented by Pip Courtney.

    • ABC News Update

      10:30pm - 10:31pm
      Genre:
      News

      Latest news and today's top stories from across Australia and around the world.

    • Q&A

      10:31pm - 11:30pm
      Bob Carr, Kerry Chikarovski, Eva Cox, Brendan O'Neill & Nigel Kennedy
      Genre:
      Current Affairs
      Repeat

      Tony Jones is joined by former Foreign Minister Bob Carr, former NSW Opposition leader Kerry Chikarovski, author and social analyst Eva Cox, Spiked Online editor Brendan O'Neill and British violinist Nigel Kennedy.

  • ABC3

  • Extra

  • Extra 2

  • Fresh Ideas

  • NITV

    • Beyond the Dreamtime

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Genre:
      Documentary

      White artist Ainslie Roberts brings the enchanting richness and awesome power of Australian Aboriginal Dreamtime to universal attention.

    • Sue Ray
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Sue Ray: Newcomer to the music industry Queensland performer Sue Ray has risen to acclaim with her debut album about heartbreak and self-discovery. Sue Ray shares her stories and performs.

    • Backroads

      9:30pm - 10:30pm
      Classified:
      AV
      Genre:
      Drama

      First feature by Phillip Noyce (Patriot Games, Rabbit Proof Fence, Bone Collector, The Quiet American). A tale of two outsiders on the run. One white, one black. Heading for nowhere fast. Shot on location in northwestern NSW and features Bill Hunter in his earliest lead role, and Gary Foley, Koori political activist. An Australian cult film.

    • Rain In A Dry Land

      10:30pm - 12:00am
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Arts and Culture

      A beautiful and warm documentary that unobtrusively follows two families from a Kenyan Somali refugee camp to the United States over a period of nearly two years.

  • SBS 2

    • A-League

      6:30pm - 9:35pm
      Semifinal 1: Western Sydney v Central Coast Mariners
      Genre:
      Sport

      Western Sydney will take on Central Coast Mariners at Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta, in this semifinal as both teams vie for a coveted place in the A-League Grand Final. The match coverage will be hosted by SBS host and former Socceroo David Zdrilic. He will be joined by SBS Chief Football Analyst Craig Foster and special guests throughout the season including former Socceroos and A-League stars Jason Culina, Ned Zelic and Clint Bolton. David Basheer will provide match commentary and Lucy Zelic will be reporting pitchside.

    • The Feed

      9:35pm - 10:05pm
      Genre:
      News

      Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud, Jeanette Francis and Andy Park discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

    • RocKwiz

      10:05pm - 11:05pm
      Continental Robert, Ms Murphy & Suze Demarchi
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Game Show

      In 2013, Ms Murphy made all four red chairs turn on The Voice. In 2014, she raises the roof at The Gershwin Room, performing Ritual Union with the Rockwiz Orchestra and our trusty horn players, Paul Williamson and Ross Irwin. Former leader of The Dynamic Hepnotics, Continental Robert Susz, lays down some tasty harmonica and had the room rocking to The Hepno Beat. Lead singer of The Baby Animals, Suze DeMarchi performs a new song and Robert and Ms Murphy finishes up with a slice of sweet Southern Soul called I Can't Stand It.

  • SBS HD

    • A-League

      6:30pm - 9:35pm
      Semifinal 1: Western Sydney v Central Coast Mariners
      Genre:
      Sport

      Western Sydney will take on Central Coast Mariners at Pirtek Stadium, Parramatta, in this semifinal as both teams vie for a coveted place in the A-League Grand Final. The match coverage will be hosted by SBS host and former Socceroo David Zdrilic. He will be joined by SBS Chief Football Analyst Craig Foster and special guests throughout the season including former Socceroos and A-League stars Jason Culina, Ned Zelic and Clint Bolton. David Basheer will provide match commentary and Lucy Zelic will be reporting pitchside.

    • The Feed

      9:35pm - 10:05pm
      Genre:
      News

      Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud, Jeanette Francis and Andy Park discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

    • RocKwiz

      10:05pm - 11:05pm
      Continental Robert, Ms Murphy & Suze Demarchi
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Game Show

      In 2013, Ms Murphy made all four red chairs turn on The Voice. In 2014, she raises the roof at The Gershwin Room, performing Ritual Union with the Rockwiz Orchestra and our trusty horn players, Paul Williamson and Ross Irwin. Former leader of The Dynamic Hepnotics, Continental Robert Susz, lays down some tasty harmonica and had the room rocking to The Hepno Beat. Lead singer of The Baby Animals, Suze DeMarchi performs a new song and Robert and Ms Murphy finishes up with a slice of sweet Southern Soul called I Can't Stand It.

  • SpreeTV

  • TVSN

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