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#670

Week commencing 30 December


Sunday 30 December
7:30pm David Attenborough’s Tasmania
8:25pm Maigret’s Dead Man
9:55pm The Agony Of New Year’s Eve
10:10pm Melbourne Comedy Festival: The Gala

Monday 31 December
7:30pm The Yearly With Charlie Pickering 2018 Rpt
8:30pm New Year’s Eve 2018: The Early Night Show
9:00pm New Year’s Eve 2018: Family Fireworks
9:10pm New Year’s Eve 2018: NYE With Charlie Pickering
9:30pm New Year’s Eve 2018: The Night Is Yours Live Concert
11:45pm New Year’s Eve 2018
12:00am New Year’s Eve 2018: Midnight Fireworks
12:15am rage: New Year’s Special

:partying_face: : Tuesday 1 January
07:30pm The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo 2018
9:05pm David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive
10:10pm Diana: Designing A Princess
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm Missy Higgins & Friends Live

Wednesday 2 January
7:30pm Doctor Who: Resolution
8:35pm TBA
9:20pm 300 Years Of French And Saunders
10:10pm QI: Mix And Match
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm David Bowie: Five Years In The Making Of An Icon

Thursday 3 January
07:30pm Escape From The City
8:30pm Grand Designs Australia: Inverloch Sand Dune House
9:20pm The Truth About Getting Fit
10:20pm ABC Late News
10:50pm Wentworth: The Governor’s Pleasure
11:35pm Artsville: Horror Movie

Friday 4 January
7:30pm Death In Paradise
8:30pm Father Brown: The Brewer’s Daughter
9:20pm Shetland: Raven Black (Part 1)
10:20pm ABC Late News
10:50pm Call The Midwife
11:50pm rage

Saturday 5 January
7:30pm TBA
8:30pm Agatha Christie’s Ordeal By Innocence
9:30pm Howards End
10:25pm Wolf Hall: Entirely Beloved
11:30pm rage Guest Programmer


#672

Week commencing 6 January


Sunday 6 January
7:40pm Grand Designs: House Of The Year: Country Homes
8:30pm Vera: Dark Road
10:00pm Barracuda
10:55pm Kiri
11:45pm Silent Witness: Falling Angels (Part 2)

Monday 7 January
7:30pm 7.30 Series Return
8:00pm The Best Of Back Roads
9:00pm Royal Wives Of Windsor
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm The First Monday In May

Tuesday 8 January
08:00pm Foreign Correspondent Series Return
8:30pm The Human Body: Secrets of Your Life Revealed: Grow
9:30pm Stealing Van Gogh
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm How To Stay Young

Wednesday 9 January
8:00pm QI: Naming Names
8:30pm Stop Laughing… this is serious: She Goes… She Goes… She Just Goes
9:30pm TBA
10:00pm TBA
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm Tick F***ing Tock
11:55pm Making Families Happy

Thursday 10 January
8:00pm Escape From The City: Clements
9:00pm Grand Designs Australia: South Melbourne Brick House
9:50pm TBA
10:25pm ABC Late News
10:55pm Wentworth: Failing Upwards
11:40pm TBA

Friday 11 January
7:30pm Death In Paradise Final
8:30pm Father Brown: The Hangman’s Demise
9:20pm Shetland: Raven Black (Part 2)
10:20pm ABC Late News
10:50pm Wallander: The White Lioness

Saturday 12 January
7:30pm TBA
8:30pm Agatha Christie’s Ordeal By Innocence
9:30pm Howards End
10:30pm Wolf Hall: Anna Regina
11:30pm rage Guest Programmer


#673

Australia Day

ABC to celebrate extraordinary people and the world’s oldest living culture with WugulOra Morning Ceremony

In 2019, the ABC is broadening its coverage of Australia Day to provide an inclusive experience for all Australians across TV and social with several LIVE events across a 24-hour period.

ABC’s coverage will showcase the best of Australian music and performers, acknowledge and celebrate our Indigenous culture, recognise and celebrate our diverse citizens and share stories from regional communities.

For the first time, ABC will broadcast live coverage of the WugulOra Morning Ceremony on January 26 from Barangaroo Reserve on Sydney Harbour.

WugulOra, meaning ‘One Mob’, is a special moment on January 26 acknowledging our shared history and the traditional custodians of the land. It celebrates the strength and resilience of the world’s oldest living culture, with special performances by Aboriginal dancers and singers, a performance of the Australian National Anthem in English and Eora language, and the raising of the Aboriginal and Australian flags on Sydney Harbour Bridge to mark the start of the day.

ABC Radio’s Christine Anu and triple j’s Brooke Boney will host ABC’s coverage from 8.00-9.00am AEDT on ABC TV and ABC iview. The event will be MC’d by actor Aaron McGrath, known for his roles in Redfern Now, The Code, Glitch and Jasper Jones .

The coverage will complement other live broadcasts on ABC across January 25 and 26 including Australian of the Year Awards and the National Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony .

On Australia Day eve, ABC presents the 2019 Australian Of The Year Awards live from Canberra from 7.30pm AEDT on ABC TV, ABC iview, ABC NEWS channel and ABC Radio. The evening’s celebrations will be hosted by Kumi Taguchi and Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann, with the Prime Minister, the Hon Scott Morrison presenting the four category awards as they are announced, culminating in the announcement of the Australian of the Year. ABC Radio’s Dan Bourchier will broadcast live from 7.00pm-10.00pm AEDT, bringing you the behind-the-scenes colour of the event.

On January 26, at 8.30am, the first feature length interview (30 minutes) with the recipient of the Australian of the Year will air on ABC Radio local stations.

On Australia Day, The National Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony will be held on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra. Australia’s Federation Guard will raise the Australian National Flag, accompanied by a 21-gun (cannon) salute in the presence of the Governor General and Prime Minister. The Prime Minister will then conduct the Australian Citizenship Ceremony and welcome our newest Australian citizens.

The event will be hosted by Stephanie Brantz, with commentary by ABC’s Dan Bourchier, and broadcast live from 9.00am AEDT on ABC TV, ABC NEWS channel and ABC iview.

ABC NEWS channel will cover events from around the country in live coverage across the day, with special analysis from Stan Grant.


#674

Death in Paradise - Season 7

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From Saturday 2 February at 7:30pm

DI Jack Mooney (Ardal O’hanlon) is settling into the sun-soaked idyll of Saint Marie and beginning to make the beach shack his home. But when his daughter Siobhan (Grace Stone) decides to leave for university, he finds himself living alone for the first time. Luckily, he has his team to support him as he faces some fiendishly taxing cases.

Jack’s laconic style belies a sharp mind and relentless determination. He’s a brilliant detective, but he’ll need all his instinctive genius to solve the mysterious murders ahead: a champion poker player apparently poisoned at the table in front of an astonished audience: a novelist murdered in a plot more surprising than anything he’s ever written: and a spiritual leader strangled at a time when all the suspects were each other’s alibis. Jack needs to solve these seemingly impossible mysteries if he’s to impress Commissioner Selwyn (Don Warrington) and make his mark on the island. And it’s not just Jack who has challenges to face, as injury strikes DS Florence Cassel (Joséphine Jobert); JP (Tobi Bakare) confronts a face from his past; Commissioner Selwyn is forced to reopen a case that’s close to home; and Dwayne (Danny John-Jules) finds himself out of his depth – and in love.


#675

Agatha Raisin- Season 2

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From Saturday 2 February at 8:30pm

After a disastrous trip to Cyprus, Agatha (Ashley Jensen) returns to Carsely with a glorious tan, a head full of bad memories and most importantly, without her almost-husband James. Her only saving grace is the support of her fellow singles Gemma (Katy Wix) and Roy (Mathew Horne), so the gang resolves to stay away from men forever, forming the Carsely single ladies group.


#676

Schedule update
Tuesday 25 December
There will be no late news on Christmas Day. The new line up is:
07:20 pm The Queen’s Christmas Message 2018
07:30 pm Royal Variety Performance 2018
09:20 pm Joanna Lumley: Elvis and Me Rpt
10:10 pm Big Ted’s Excellent Adventure: 50 Years of Play School Rpt
11:05 pm Jill Bilcock: The Art of Film Editing
11:35 pm Orion: The Man Who Would Be King Rpt


#677

Week commencing 13 January


Sunday 13 January
7:40pm Grand Designs: House Of The Year: Boundary Pushers
8:30pm Vera: Tuesday’s Child
10:00pm Barracuda
10:55pm Kiri
11:45pm Silent Witness: Protection (Part 1)

Monday 14 January
8:00pm Back Roads: Beaufort
8:30pm Hawke: The Larrikin And The Leader: The Apprenticeship
9:30pm War On Waste: The Battle Continues
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm Employable Me Australia

Tuesday 15 January
8:00pm Foreign Correspondent
8:30pm The Human Body: Secrets of Your Life Revealed: Survive
9:30pm Fake Or Fortune?: Nicholson
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm How To Stay Young

Wednesday 16 January
8:00pm QI: North Norse
8:30pm Stop Laughing… this is serious: I Said Pet, I Said Pet, I Said Love
9:30pm Would I Lie To You?
10:00pm TBA
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm Tick F***ing Tock

Thursday 17 January
8:00pm Escape From The City: Marx
9:00pm Grand Designs Australia: Torrens Park Modern Mansion
9:50pm TBA
10:20pm ABC Late News
10:50pm Wentworth: Knives Out
11:40pm TBA

Friday 18 January
7:30pm TBA
8:30pm Father Brown: The Crackpot Of The Empire
9:15pm Shetland: Dead Water (Part 1)
10:20pm ABC Late News
10:50pm Wallander: A Lesson In Love

Saturday 19 January
7:30pm Little Women Season Final
8:30pm Agatha Christie’s Ordeal By Innocence
9:30pm Howards End Season Final
10:30pm Wolf Hall: The Devil’s Spit
11:30pm rage Guest Programmer


#678

Week commencing 20 January


Sunday 20 January
7:40pm Grand Designs: House Of The Year: Space Makers
8:30pm Vera: The Moth Catcher
10:00pm Barracuda
10:55pm Kiri
11:45pm Silent Witness: Protection (Part 2)

Monday 21 January
8:00pm Back Roads: Marble Bar
8:30pm Hawke: The Larrikin And The Leader: The Prime Ministership
9:30pm War On Waste: The Battle Continues
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm Employable Me Australia

Tuesday 22 January
8:00pm Foreign Correspondent
8:30pm The Human Body: Secrets of Your Life Revealed: Learn Season Final
9:30pm Fake Or Fortune?: Lautrec
11:00pm How To Stay Young Season Final

Wednesday 23 January
8:00pm QI: Nosey Noisy
8:30pm Stop Laughing… this is serious: Too Much Variety Is Barely Enough Season Final
9:30pm Would I Lie To You?
10:05pm Adam Hills: The Last Leg
10:50pm ABC Late News
11:20pm TBA

Thursday 24 January
8:00pm Escape From The City: Jones
9:00pm Grand Designs Australia: Hornsby Heights Abode
9:50pm The Tunnel
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm Wentworth: Righteous Acts
11:55pm Death Or Liberty

Friday 25 January
7:30pm Australian of the Year Awards 2019
8:35pm Father Brown: The Daughter Of Autolycus
9:20pm Shetland: Dead Water (Part 2)
10:20pm ABC Late News
10:50pm Wallander: The Troubled Man Season Final

Saturday 26 January
9:00am Australia Day: Flag Raising and Citizenship Ceremony

7:30pm TBA
10:30pm Wolf Hall: Crows
11:30pm rage Guest Programmer


#679

Aftermath: Beyond Black Saturday

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Sunday 3 February at 7:40pm

In February 2009, the worst bushfires in Australian history ripped through Victoria in a series of firestorms so powerful that a million acres went up in flames, seven thousand Australians lost their homes and 173 people lost their lives.

Ten years later, Aftermath chronicles the personal stories of the people who survived the Black Saturday infernos to discover how they coped with unimaginable loss and trauma and how they picked up the pieces of their shattered lives.

While the 2009 Victorian Bushfires Royal Commission forensically documented the public response to the Black Saturday infernos, Aftermath tells the intimate and often anguished personal stories of an ensemble cast of volunteer firefighters and local residents whose lives were turned upside down by the fires.

The ordinary people featured in Aftermath all experienced the same extraordinary traumatic event, but each of them experienced it differently and each had to find their own roadmap through the wreckage that it made of their lives.

By interweaving their stories, the film underlines how there’s no sure-fire path to recovery from trauma, and no cheat notes to help piece the jigsaw of a life back together again.

As the ten-year anniversary of Black Saturday approaches, Aftermath explores the long-term impact of Australia’s worst bushfires by giving each of the featured survivors the opportunity to reflect on their personal road to recovery, and the chance to make sense of the unexpected trajectory their life has taken in its wake.

This landmark documentary chronicles the challenging journey many Black Saturday survivors have been on in the decade since the firestorms transformed their lives. Out of the ashes of one of Australia’s worst natural disasters, emerges a film not about death and destruction but about the tenacity of life and the extraordinary resilience of the human spirit.


TV History
#680

China Love

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Sunday 3 February at 9:40pm

China Love takes us on a billion-dollar ride of fantasy exploring contemporary China through the window of the pre wedding photography industry. The film is a feature length observational documentary which follows Chinese and Australian participants as they navigate love, weddings and family in the lead up to the most important ritual of Chinese society – getting married.


#681

Gardening Australia - 30th BIRTHDAY SPECIAL

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Friday 15 February at 7:30pm

Do you remember what you were doing in 1990? Jerry Coleby-Williams is asking the question. Did you visit a newly unified Berlin? Had you heard about that new thing called ‘the net’? Maybe you’d just got a newfangled ‘mobile’ phone?

A lot of things were new in 1990 but none more ground breaking, quite literally, than ABC TV’s new national program Gardening Australia. Gardening Australia is turning 30 and we are ready to party with a 90-minute Gardening Australia birthday special! Join the team as they gather in one of Australia’s most iconic gardens, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, to celebrate the colour, characters and compost that make Australian gardening great.

Ever wondered what’s behind Costa Georgiadis’ beard? Well, all will be revealed, as we find out what led Costa to host one of Australia’s most iconic shows. From his landscaping achievements to his questionable musical talents - we reveal more than you may want to see! We catch up with former host, rare plant specialist Stephen Ryan, in his incredible Mt. Macedon garden and Tino Carnevale looks back at where it all began, with his friend and mentor, the one and only Peter ‘Kale’ Cundall.

We dig-up some treasures from the Gardening Australia vault and discover the history of gardening on ABC TV before GA hit our screens. We laugh along at some of the many parodies of the show over the years and Millie Ross – with the aid of Squid the dog - takes you behind the scenes of the program, showing you how GA is made.

Jane Edmanson meets one of our most influential garden designers to discuss the Aussie backyard, what has shaped them and how they have shaped us, while Josh Byrne investigates our future, visiting a research project looking into species that will cope with a changing climate.

Sophie Thomson explores our location, the historic Heronswood gardens to look at their showcase of edible and experimental species while Clarence Slockee heads to The Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria’s award-winning Australian Garden, at Cranbourne where he tracks down the very best in Aussie plants. Plus, there’s a generous sprinkle of celebrity well wishes, cake, and a garden inspired band.

Join us as we celebrate the program that has grown well beyond its roots and dug deep into the hearts, minds and gardens of Australia. In a world filled with bad news, come join us for 90-minutes of joy, nostalgia, laughter and beautiful gardens.

Gardening Australia: practical, inspiring, fragrant, fun, delicious and still dirty at 30!


#682

I notice ABC’s release last month regarding Australia Day programming did not mention the Sydney concert, although next week’s listing has TBA from 7.30pm to 10.30pm on January 26. Perhaps the concert will be a late addition? Also, why is it rated MA given it is an all-ages concert with tickets to be given out this Wednesday (January 16)?


#683

Week commencing 27 January


Sunday 27 January
7:40pm Grand Designs: House Of The Year: The Winner Season Final
8:30pm Vera: The Sea Glass Season Final
10:00pm Barracuda Season Final
11:00pm Kiri Season Final
11:50pm Silent Witness: Squaring The Circle (Part 1)

Monday 28 January
8:00pm Back Roads: The Coorong
8:30pm David Attenborough’s Tasmania
9:25pm War On Waste: The Battle Continues
10:25pm ABC Late News
10:55pm Employable Me Australia Season Final
11:55pm Afghanistan: Inside Australia’s War: Hearts And Minds

Tuesday 29 January
8:00pm Foreign Correspondent
8:30pm The Great Australian Bee Challenge
9:30pm Fake Or Fortune?: Henry Moore
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm The Business
11:20pm Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict

Wednesday 30 January
8:00pm Hard Quiz Season Return
8:30pm Rosehaven Season Return
8:55pm Rosehaven
9:25pm Would I Lie To You?
9:55pm TBA
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm The Business
11:25pm Brian Cox: Life Of A Universe

Thursday 31 January
8:00pm Escape From The City: Denehy
9:00pm Grand Designs Australia: Richmond Inner City House
9:50pm The Tunnel
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm The Business
11:25pm Wentworth: Mercy

Friday 1 February
7:30pm Gardening Australia Season Return
8:30pm Father Brown: The Rod Of Asclepius
9:20pm Shetland: Blue Lightning (Part 1)
10:15pm ABC Late News
10:45pm The Business
11:05pm Rosehaven x 2

Saturday 2 February
7:30pm Death In Paradise Series Return
8:30pm Agatha Raisin: The Wizard of Evesham (Part 1 and 2) Series Return
10:10pm Wolf Hall: Master Of Phantoms Season Final
11:10pm rage Guest Programmer


#684

Australia Day Live is Yours on ABC

Jeremy Fernandez, John Foreman, Kate Ceberano and Luke Carroll to host Australia Day Live

ABC will be the new home of the Australia Day Live concert in 2019, marking the fourth year of its national broadcast.

Acting Director of ABC Regional & Local, Judith Whelan said the ABC was delighted to be able to bring the very best of Australian talent to those celebrating Australia Day in every corner of the country. “Australia Day Live comes from the same team who broadcast the highly successful New Year’s Eve coverage. It promises to be full of world-class entertainment as well as the perfect companion to our Australia Day celebrations.”

Australia Day Live produced by the NSW Government and Australia Day Council of NSW will celebrate the best of Australian music, acknowledging the oldest living culture on the planet; recognising and celebrating our regional and diverse citizens.

Hosted by Jeremy Fernandez, John Foreman, Kate Ceberano and Luke Carroll, the concert will be broadcast live from the Sydney Opera House Forecourt and Circular Quay in front of a crowd of more than 60,000 people, from 7.30pm AEDT on Saturday, January 26 on ABC TV and ABC iview.

Under the direction of Australia Day Creative Director John Foreman OAM, the spectacular event will feature some of Australia’s best musical talent, showcase brand new interpretations of Australian classics and surprising musical collaborations on stage, plus a dazzling fireworks display will transform the water and skies. Pyrotechnics, jet-skis, yachts; fly boarders and dancers will add to the spectacle.

Our biggest music stars will come together for this spectacular all-Aussie concert including multi-ARIA award-winner Kate Ceberano, internationally-acclaimed Yothu Yindi and the Treaty Project, rock legend Jon Stevens, hitmakers Ricki-Lee Coulter, Anthony Callea, Karise Eden, Conrad Sewell, tenor Josh Piterman, funk instrumentalist and vocalist Harts, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.

Tickets are now available at Sydney Opera House website on a first come, first served basis.


#685

Australia Day Live is Yours on ABC
Jeremy Fernandez, John Foreman, Kate Ceberano and Luke Carroll to host Australia Day Live

ABC will be the new home of the Australia Day Live concert in 2019, marking the fourth year of its national broadcast.

Acting Director of ABC Regional & Local, Judith Whelan said the ABC was delighted to be able to bring the very best of Australian talent to those celebrating Australia Day in every corner of the country. “Australia Day Live comes from the same team who broadcast the highly successful New Year’s Eve coverage. It promises to be full of world-class entertainment as well as the perfect companion to our Australia Day celebrations.”

Australia Day Live produced by the NSW Government and Australia Day Council of NSW will celebrate the best of Australian music, acknowledging the oldest living culture on the planet; recognising and celebrating our regional and diverse citizens.

Hosted by Jeremy Fernandez, John Foreman, Kate Ceberano and Luke Carroll, the concert will be broadcast live from the Sydney Opera House Forecourt and Circular Quay in front of a crowd of more than 60,000 people, from 7.30pm AEDT on Saturday, January 26 on ABC TV and ABC iview.

Under the direction of Australia Day Creative Director John Foreman OAM, the spectacular event will feature some of Australia’s best musical talent, showcase brand new interpretations of Australian classics and surprising musical collaborations on stage, plus a dazzling fireworks display will transform the water and skies. Pyrotechnics, jet-skis, yachts; fly boarders and dancers will add to the spectacle.

Our biggest music stars will come together for this spectacular all-Aussie concert including multi-ARIA award-winner Kate Ceberano, internationally-acclaimed Yothu Yindi and the Treaty Project, rock legend Jon Stevens, hitmakers Ricki-Lee Coulter, Anthony Callea, Karise Eden, Conrad Sewell, tenor Josh Piterman, funk instrumentalist and vocalist Harts, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.


#686

Schedule update
Saturday 26 January
07:30pm Australia Day Live 2019
09:30pm Paul Kelly Live at the Sydney Opera House Rpt
11:30pm Wolf Hall: Crows


#687

Week commencing 3 February


Sunday 3 February
7:40pm Aftermath: Beyond Black Saturday
8:40p The Cry Series Premiere
9:40pm China Love
10:40pm Death In Paradise
11:40pm Silent Witness: Squaring The Circle (Part 2)

Monday 4 February
6:00pm The Drum New Time

8:00pm Back Roads: Finke
8:30pm Four Corners Series Return
9:15pm Media Watch Series Return
9:35pm Q&A Series Return
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm The Business
11:30pm TBA

Tuesday 5 February
8:00pm Foreign Correspondent
8:30pm The Great Australian Bee Challenge Season Final
9:30pm Fake Or Fortune?: A Double Whodunnit
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm The Business
11:20pm Q&A

Wednesday 6 February
8:00pm Hard Quiz New Series
8:30pm Rosehaven
9:00pm Get Krack!n Series Return
9:30pm Would I Lie To You?
10:05pm TBA
10:45pm ABC Late News
11:15pm The Business
11:30pm Four Corners

Thursday 7 February
8:00pm Escape From The City: Sunshine Coast QLD: The Vautiers
9:00pm Grand Designs Australia: Forest Lodge Eco House
9:50pm The Tunnel
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm The Business
11:30pm Wentworth: Evidence

Friday 8 February
7:30pm Gardening Australia
8:30pm Father Brown: The Missing Man
9:20pm Shetland: Blue Lightning (Part 2) Season Final
10:20pm ABC Late News
10:50pm The Business
11:05pm Rosehaven
11:35pm Planet America

Saturday 9 February
7:30pm Death In Paradise
8:30pm Agatha Raisin: The Fairies of Fryfam (Part 1)
9:20pm The Cry
10:15pm The Ice Cream Girls
11:05pm rage Laneway Festival


#688

Week commencing 10 February


Sunday 10 February
7:40pm Magical Land Of Oz: Ocean Series Premiere
8:40p The Cry
9:40pm Mrs Wilson Series Premiere
10:40pm Death In Paradise
11:40pm Silent Witness: One Of Our Own (Part 1)

Monday 11 February
8:00pm Back Roads: Windorah Season Final
8:30pm Four Corners
9:15pm Media Watch
9:35pm Q&A
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm The Business

Tuesday 12 February
8:00pm Foreign Correspondent
8:30pm Catalyst
9:30pm Fake Or Fortune?: Giacometti Season Final
10:30pm ABC Late News
11:00pm The Business
11:15pm Q&A

Wednesday 13 February
8:00pm Hard Quiz
8:30pm Rosehaven
9:00pm Get Krack!n
9:30pm Would I Lie To You?
10:05pm TBA
10:45pm ABC Late News
11:15pm The Business
11:30pm Four Corners

Thursday 14 February
8:00pm Escape From The City: Margaret River WA: The Kadamuses
9:00pm Grand Designs Australia: Ilford Sheep Station
9:55pm The Tunnel
10:45pm ABC Late News
11:15pm The Business
11:30pm Wentworth: The Long Game

Friday 15 February
7:30pm Gardening Australia: 30 Years
9:00pm Father Brown
9:45pm TBA
10:40pm ABC Late News
11:10pm The Business
11:25pm Rosehaven
11:55pm Planet America

Saturday 16 February
7:30pm Death In Paradise
8:30pm Agatha Raisin: The Fairies of Fryfam (Part 2)
9:20pm The Cry
10:20pm The Ice Cream Girls
11:10pm rage Guest Programmer: Methyl Ethel


#689

Why is this listed as a new series? Its just the original Hard Quiz right? So shouldn’t it be a series return?

Edit You can delete this I think it was amended before I posted this reply.


#690

Season 3 - Episode 22 is on 30 January then Series 4 starts 6 February so ABC have listed it as “New Series”.