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  • Seven

    • Home and Away

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Soap Opera

      Chris traps Billie by wearing a wire. Ricky admits she's relieved Brax is dead and it causes Kyle to lash out. Ash and Phoebe nearly kiss and Denny sees it.

    • House Rules

      7:30pm - 8:40pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life

      Our remaining three teams battle it out for a place in the Grand Final and the chance to live mortgage-free. They're given their hardest but most heart-warming challenge yet. Everything is at stake on a renovation unlike any other.

    • The Bourne Legacy

      8:40pm - 11:25pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Action
      Repeat

      A new hero emerges, Aaron Cross, who experiences life-or-death stakes that have been triggered by the actions of Jason Bourne and his discovery of CIA operation, Treadstone.

  • 7mate

    • MythBusters

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Sonic Boom Sound Off/Bending a Bullet
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      Button up your bullet-proof vest and gear up your ears because on this episode there are guns galore and sonic booms aplenty! First Adam and Jamie want to know if a sonic shock wave can shatter glass. Then Kari, Grant and Tory want to know if it's actually possible to bend bullets around obstacles with a side arm flick of the wrist.

    • Highway Patrol

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      Senior Constable Pete Henry is called to the scene of an accident where a driver has smashed into a power pole. Elsewhere, a young driver is clocked doing 62km/h over the speed. And an automatic number plate recognition system gets a hit with an unregistered car.

    • Motorway Patrol

      8:00pm - 8:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      A frantic scramble after a BMW stops near the top of a bridge, police must discover what caused a serious late night crash and a broken truck axle brings rush hour mayhem.

    • Outback Truckers

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life

      Oversize expert Carl Andrews is at the wheel of a highly charged monster load. In the desert, school's out for Russell McDonough as his mobile classroom gets a shake up and Chris and Kaye Ferris head deep into cattle country, dodging wandering trucks and a wall of fire.

    • Klondike Gold Fever

      9:30pm - 10:30pm
      Freeze Up
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Snow threatens to bury Ken's pay dirt and Karl ignores his father's advice. Then Big Al deals with failing equipment and unhappy workers as his first season comes to an end.

  • Nine

    • A Current Affair

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      Hosted by Tracy Grimshaw, this program covers the realms of politics, crime, human rights, science, technology, celebrities and entertainment - all investigated by a dedicated team.

    • The Voice

      7:30pm - 9:00pm
      Blind Auditions No. 6
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life

      Tensions between Delta and Jessie heat up and a young busker delivers a mesmerising performance that stuns the coaches.

    • Weighty Issue
      Classified:
      MA
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      Dr Sam, Dr Christian, Dr Ginni and Dr Brad are weighing in on a scary statistic that 1 in 5 Aussie adults are obese. And they also tackle a smelly vagina, discover there is more to sweaty palms than meets the eye and find out how well woman know their nipples.

  • SBS

    • SBS World News

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service.

    • Who Do You Think You Are?

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Asher Keddie
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Actress Asher Keddie sets out to find the origins of her creative passions and discovers a story from the past with uncanny parallels to her own life. Asher learns that her great, great, great aunt Violet Varley was an actress and singer who, by her early twenties, was a one of the leading stars of Australian theatre. But she finds Violet's story is marked with tragedy. Tracing her roots further leads Asher to London and a relative whose incredible talent led him to be recruited to King George IV's private band.

    • Insight

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      Edge of Life
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      Doctors call it the grey zone, the period of time when babies born prematurely are right on the cusp of viability. Babies born between 23 weeks and 25 weeks and six days are often not breathing when they're born. Decisions need to be made whether or not to resuscitate and also whether to continue life support while they develop outside of the womb. The chances of survival or survival without disability can change rapidly, day-to-day, hour-to-hour. This week we hear from parents, doctors, nurses and ethicists about how these life and death decisions have to be made in the face of great uncertainty and in some cases, a matter of minutes. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie.

    • Dateline

      9:30pm - 10:00pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      Are New Zealand's notorious gangs turning over a new leaf? From making sandwiches for needy children to having an older and wiser view of life, Dateline examines the changing face of gang culture.

  • TEN

    • The Project

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      Join Waleed, Carrie, Pete and Steve Vizard on the desk as they chat about the day's top news stories. Plus, we chat to stars of Magic Mike XXL, Channing Tatum and Joe Manganiello.

    • MasterChef Australia

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Who scores 10/10?
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life

      In an immunity challenge like no other, the two contestants will cook off against two professional chefs in the second round. Do the home cooks have what it takes to out-cook the professionals?

    • NCIS

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      The San Dominick
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Drama
      Repeat

      During a joint coast guard and NCIS training exercise at sea, Gibbs and CGIS Agent Borin spot a deceased man overboard, who is discovered to be a missing crew member from a ship 60 nautical miles away.

    • NCIS: Los Angeles

      9:30pm - 11:30pm
      The Watchers/Exit Strategy
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Crime
      Repeat

      To help the team find a murderer, Nell puts her smarts to work when she goes undercover to replace a murdered DOD researcher.

  • 7TWO

    • Bargain Hunt

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Children In Need Special
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Game Show

      Tim Wonnacott presents a celebrity Children in Need special from Kedleston. Not only is there dancing in the aisles at the auction with Tim, but there are also some of the highest ever bids.

    • The Vicar of Dibley

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Winter
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      The parishioners of Dibley are busy planning their Christmas nativity play. The three wise men could easily be renamed Larry, Curly and Mo, but Alice is managing a rather authentic looking Mary - very authentic.

    • Keeping Up Appearances

      8:30pm - 9:15pm
      Richard's New Hobby
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      Hyacinth has decided that her husband needs a hobby. Richard has always dreamt of sailing round the world but Hyacinth has different ideas.

    • Keeping Up Appearances

      9:15pm - 10:00pm
      What to Wear When Yachting
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      The opportunity of spending the weekend on a cruiser thrills Hyacinth, but there's so much to arrange: purchasing the correct yachting gear, obtaining the weather forecast and preparing a light nautical buffet to share on board.

  • ELEVEN

    • Everybody Loves Raymond

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Snow Day
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Stranded at Frank and Marie's during a severe snow storm, Debra inadvertently hurts Frank's feelings when she makes an insensitive remark.

    • The Simpsons

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Sunday, Cruddy Sunday
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      Homer and his friends eagerly anticipate attending the Super Bowl, until a ticketing mix-up threatens to prevent them from seeing the game.

    • Rules of Engagement

      8:00pm - 8:30pm
      The Set Up
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Russell wants to date Timmy's sister. Meanwhile, Jeff and Audrey set their neighbour Liz up on a date.

    • The Graham Norton Show

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      Stanley Tucci, Kim Cattrall, Harry Enfield, Paul Whitehouse and Years & Years
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Talk Show
      Repeat

      Graham Norton showcases his wickedly cheeky sense of humour in this fast-paced interview show. Guests include Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and Paolo Nutini.

    • The Craft

      9:30pm - 11:35pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Horror
      Repeat

      For Sarah, moving to Los Angeles is just another chance to be an outsider. That is, until she meets three outcasts who teach her that being an outsider has its own kind of power.

  • GO!

    • The Middle

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      The Loneliest Locker
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom

      Frankie and Mike are forced to take second jobs in order to afford sending Sue to a good college, while Sue and Brad strive to create a meaningful senior play The Loneliest Locker.

    • Auction Hunters

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Hot Wheels
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Lifestyle
      Repeat

      Follow two public-auction prospectors, Ton and Allen, as they bid on unclaimed storage units in the hope of finding valuable items.

    • Auction Hunters

      8:00pm - 8:30pm
      Hall of Fame Game
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      Auction hunters Allen Haff and Ton Jones travel America, bidding on unclaimed storage units they think will contain the most hidden treasure.

    • V for Vendetta

      8:30pm - 11:10pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Action
      Repeat

      A masked freedom fighter known only as V has taken up arms against the totalitarian government. Finding an unlikely ally in a young woman, V urges the citizenry to fight the oppression of the state.

  • GEM

    • Friends

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      The One with Joey's Award
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Joey is nominated for a Soapie Award, and will go to any length to ensure he wins. Meanwhile, one of Ross's students makes a declaration of love.

    • Agatha Christie's Poirot

      7:30pm - 8:40pm
      Appointment with Death (1)
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Crime

      On holiday in Jerusalem in 1937, Poirot hears about an archaeological expedition to Syria led by the eccentric Lord Boynton and his son Leonard, who believe they are on the track of the head of St John the Baptist.

    • Agatha Christie's Marple

      8:40pm - 10:45pm
      Ordeal By Innocence
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Murder/Mystery

      Old wounds are reopened for the Argyle family when a man suddenly turns up after being abroad and claims that the black sheep of the family could not have murdered its tyrannical matriarch.

  • ONE

    • M*A*S*H

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Who Knew?
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Hawkeye volunteers to deliver the eulogy for a nurse no one actually knew. Meanwhile, Klinger seeks an investor for his latest invention: the hula hoop.

    • Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      David Attenborough sets out on an intrepid journey across seven continents to celebrate the wealth of natural features that makes planet Earth so varied, so distinctive and so spectacularly beautiful.

    • World's Busiest

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      Border Crossing
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      There's no busier border crossing than San Ysidro, located between Mexico and the USA. With 40 million people passing through each year, authorities have trouble stopping illegal drugs and immigrants.

    • 48 Hours

      9:30pm - 10:30pm
      Death After Midnight
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Documentary

      A New Year's Eve party gone bad. A wife and mum shot in the head with her own gun. Did she pull the trigger? Maybe not.

  • 4Me

  • ABC

    • ABC News

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      Local, national and international news presented by Juanita Phillips (Sun-Thu) and Jeremy Fernandez (Fri-Sat).

    • 7.30

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra.

    • Foreign Correspondent

      8:00pm - 8:30pm
      Saving Mary Jane
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      With just minutes to spare, mother-of-two Mary Jane Veloso escaped the firing squad that executed Australia's Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran. Find out how she was saved and whether she will make it home to her children.

    • New Tricks

      8:30pm - 9:31pm
      The Rock (1)
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Crime
      Repeat

      The investigation team travels to the port of Gibraltar where they have to work hand in hand with the local police force to solve two murders linked by the same gun.

    • Wonders of Life

      9:31pm - 10:33pm
      What is Life?
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      A beautiful and definitive series by Professor Brian Cox exploring natural history from a physics perspective, revealing how fundamental laws gave birth to life, the most complex, diverse and unique force in the universe.

  • ABC News 24

  • ABC2 / KIDS

    • Shaun the Sheep

      6:50pm - 7:02pm
      3D TV
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      The Farmer is very excited by his new purchase. He calls on Bitzer to set up his new TV while he readies himself to watch life in 3D. To his surprise, it's more 3D than he could ever have imagined!

    • Spicks and Specks

      7:02pm - 7:30pm
      John Butler, Rhonda Burchmore, Kristen Schall, Mark Watson
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Game Show
      Repeat

      Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by John Butler, Rhonda Burchmore, Kristen Schall and Mark Watson.

    • Doctor Who

      7:30pm - 8:19pm
      The Pandorica Opens
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sci-Fi
      Repeat

      The Doctor's friends unite to send him a terrible warning - the Pandorica is opening.

    • The Checkout: Snack Size

      8:19pm - 8:25pm
      Gluten For Punishment / The Catch : Anaconda Mountain Bike
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Current Affairs
      Repeat

      All the nutritious goodness of an episode of The Checkout jam-packed into a handy snack-sized package.

    • Light

      8:25pm - 8:32pm
      Min Min Light
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Mahlena-Mae is at the same age as her family members when they experienced the Min Min Light, so she journeys out onto country to finally learn about these phenomena.

    • Good Game

      8:32pm - 9:03pm
      Genre:
      Entertainment

      Bajo and Hex review Fallout Shelter, LEGO Jurassic World, Splatoon and Her Story.

    • The Checkout

      9:03pm - 9:31pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Entertainment
      Repeat

      Craig Reucassel shows what they pump into Pump water, Alex Lee finds out what a NutriBullet does to facts and Hannah Reilly cracks the whip on leather.

    • Unsafe Sex in the City

      9:31pm - 10:30pm
      Classified:
      M
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      Twenty-year-old internet shagger Gary finds out the hard way that it's not just STIs condoms are designed to prevent, and pre-op transsexual Jasmine hopes her high risk sexploits don't jeopardise her operation.

  • ABC3

    • 3 News

      6:50pm - 7:01pm
      Genre:
      News

      Hosted by Sarah Larsen (BtN), these bulletins will help place local and world events in a context that children can understand.

    • Merlin

      7:01pm - 7:46pm
      His Father's Son
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Fantasy
      Repeat

      Arthur faces his first test as king when he incurs the wrath of the formidable Queen Annis. With the lives of thousands hanging in the balance, Arthur must find the strength to be his own man and become leader of Camelot.

    • Girl vs. Boy

      7:46pm - 8:10pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Comedy

      It's Maxine's birthday but it'd be easy to think it wasn't. The smear campaign against Tim gets nasty. Olaf continues to follow Maxine everywhere while she does her best to get to the bottom of the 'skanky two timer' posters.

    • My Great Big Adventure

      8:10pm - 8:32pm
      Tech Life
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Entertainment
      Repeat

      Looking at technology, this episode shows kids how a techno-addict behaves and how to break the cycle. Also, Kayne chats to Hex and Bajo from ABC3's Good Game SP about their experiences with technology.

    • Need You Now (1)
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Children

      Tired of being treated differently since his bipolar diagnosis, Eli reaches his breaking point when Imogen turns him into a bipolar art project.

    • Finders Creepers
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Cartoon
      Repeat

      It's mere moments after the last elimination and things are tense with Team Maggot. Jo is pushing everyone hard to toughen them up. Team Rat returns from their third elimination ceremony in a row.

    • Good Game: SP

      9:17pm - 9:42pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Entertainment
      Repeat

      Join passionate gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest and greatest gaming news and events, top gaming tips, reviews and more.

    • rage

      9:42pm - 10:43pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Music
      Repeat

      Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information visit the rage website or download the app. #watchingrage.

  • Extra

  • Extra 2

  • NITV

  • RACING.COM

  • SBS 2

    • Stage 3
      Genre:
      Sport

      Anvers to Huy - Catch up on all of the highlights and latest action from the Tour de France which will see the world's best cyclists race their way across 21-stages from the Netherlands to Paris.

    • The Feed

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      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.

    • The Office

      8:00pm - 8:30pm
      PDA
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      It's Valentine's Day in the office and the public displays of affection between Michael and Holly are making everyone uncomfortable. The aftermath of a bottomless champagne lunch causes complications for Jim and Pam. After Gabe designs a romantic treasure hunt for Erin, Andy tags along.

    • Don't Tell My Mother

      8:30pm - 9:00pm
      Beirut
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Travel

      This episode, Diego travels from the sun kissed seaside to the snow capped mountains of Beirut, meeting some rough rebels, some baby beauties, and some fun loving freedom fighters as he explores the city's many cultural extremes.

    • Don't Tell My Mother

      9:00pm - 9:30pm
      Cairo
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Travel

      In Egypt's capital Cairo, Diego travels through space and time exploring the ancient and modern. He survives the stench of a real 'garbage city' to learn about the Coptic way of life, meets a Muslim sexologist who says that the Koran is her guide to sexual satisfaction, and learns how to pull punches from Cairo's elite team of Ladyguards. Join Diego as he explores the ingenious ways that Cairenes are surviving and thriving in this megalopolis.

    • Glue

      9:30pm - 10:25pm
      Classified:
      MA
      Genre:
      Drama

      Glue is a wild and thrilling crime drama about a small, countryside village where farming is its bread and butter and race horses are its beating heart, but beyond the rolling hills and behind the stable doors lies a green and not-so-pleasant land where everyone has a story and anything can happen, including murder. When the body of a local resident is found under a tractor, destructive forces are unleashed and the entire community is forced to watch their secrets exposed. Chilling secrets that will change their particular way of life forever.

  • SBS HD

    • SBS World News

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service.

    • Who Do You Think You Are?

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Asher Keddie
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Actress Asher Keddie sets out to find the origins of her creative passions and discovers a story from the past with uncanny parallels to her own life. Asher learns that her great, great, great aunt Violet Varley was an actress and singer who, by her early twenties, was a one of the leading stars of Australian theatre. But she finds Violet's story is marked with tragedy. Tracing her roots further leads Asher to London and a relative whose incredible talent led him to be recruited to King George IV's private band.

    • Insight

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      Edge of Life
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      Doctors call it the grey zone, the period of time when babies born prematurely are right on the cusp of viability. Babies born between 23 weeks and 25 weeks and six days are often not breathing when they're born. Decisions need to be made whether or not to resuscitate and also whether to continue life support while they develop outside of the womb. The chances of survival or survival without disability can change rapidly, day-to-day, hour-to-hour. This week we hear from parents, doctors, nurses and ethicists about how these life and death decisions have to be made in the face of great uncertainty and in some cases, a matter of minutes. Hosted by award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie.

    • Dateline

      9:30pm - 10:00pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      Are New Zealand's notorious gangs turning over a new leaf? From making sandwiches for needy children to having an older and wiser view of life, Dateline examines the changing face of gang culture.

  • SpreeTV

  • TVS

    • Yappy Hour TV

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

    • Enquiring Minds

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Information

      How many of us wanted to be an astronaut, fireman, nurse when we were young? But how many of us had enough information about what to study to follow that dream? Inspirational new series Enquiring Minds aims to help primary school aged children turn their passion into a career through higher education. The 11-part series sees a child explain what their interests are - animals, robots, computer games - and links them with an academic in the field who explains how to turn that hobby into a career. The series is also designed to link to an interactive website - www.enquiringminds.com.au - encouraging students to pursue their interests into higher education. Smartboard web apps and curriculum mapping means the series can also be used by teachers as a classroom resource through lesson plans and an online game.

    • Gluten Freedom

      8:00pm - 8:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      You've seen cooking shows before, but never like this. For the one billion plus gluten free people in the world there is now a cooking show that caters specially for their needs. Proudly Australian made, for the first time ever Gluten Freedom unlocks the mystery of how to cope with a gluten free lifestyle and shows you how to cook delicious gluten free recipes at home that everyone will enjoy.

    • Blend Line TV

      8:30pm - 9:00pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Sport

      Hosted by Daniel Beckinsale, Blend Line TV is your home of Australian Grass Roots motorsport. From Production Cars, to HQ Holdens, to Sports Sedans and everything in between we bring it all to you. No holds barred, no frills motorsport at its best. This is real racing with real people.

    • Beyond the Divide

      9:00pm - 9:30pm
      Classified:
      MA
      Genre:
      Entertainment

      So who's keen for more hunting action on TV again? We've got another huge series coming at you. Join keen hunter Rob Fickling and experience the true adventure behind the hunt, the wild places it takes us, the scenery, the animals and the people and characters along the way. Series 3 - Starts Tuesday the 5th of May at 9pm.

    • Temporary Australians

      9:30pm - 10:00pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary

      What sort people are proud of an insult? What's wrong with them? The answer nothing!!! They are bikers - and there's nothing wrong with them. They love the exhilaration and challenge of riding Australia's roads. They understand the nuances of the various motorcycle tribes. They also understand that most Australians are ignorant of the passion they share with hundreds of thousands of other motorcycling Aussies. They know that that this ignorance shows itself in insults and negative stereotyping. Like most Aussies they take it this in their stride and take pride in being regarded with distain. They are -Temporary Australians and proud of it! Who are they? Greg Hirst: a national motorcycling identity and 33 year member of Brotherhood Christian Motorcycle Club who is known for his national motorcycle advocacy and media work. Brendan Jones: WSFM radio personality, television presenter, columnist with Live to Ride magazine and most importantly, he rides to work every day.

  • TVSN

    • VibroSlim Ultra Launch

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Shopping

      Begin to enjoy the benefits of vibration technology today with the NEW VibroSlim Ultra Vibration Platform! It?s thinner and more lightweight, making it even easier to move and store the machine!

    • Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Shopping

      Springfield: the beauty of nature. Using natural essential botanical oils, this range integrates aromatherapy with skincare, creating a lush variety of fragrant products for body, face and hair.

    • NEW S2O Cleaning

      8:30pm - 9:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Shopping

      Tired of worrying about which detergent, softener or stain remover to use? S2O laundry detergent sheets make doing laundry a breeze by combining those three in one simple sheet- just drop one in with your laundry and your done!

    • Dyson Home Solutions

      9:30pm - 10:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Shopping

      Dyson: the ultimate in vacuums. With unbeatable features such as Radial Cyclone technology, no filter maintenance, no loss of suction and super-fine dust pickup, Dyson is the name to trust.

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