ABC TV - Programs and Schedules

Looks like Hobart also now does a studio presentation rather than have the presenters at the march.

Also interesting that they are still using the modified 2017-2021 supers for the coverage, although I presume they don’t feel the need to update if it’s only used once a year.

Week commencing 12 May 2024


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Sunday 12 May
7:30pm Call The Midwife
8:30pm After The Party
9:20pm The Luminaries
10:15pm Shetland Rpt
11:15pm Savage River Rpt
12:10am The Messenger Rpt

Monday 13 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Australian Story
8:30pm Four Corners
9:15pm Media Watch
9:35pm Q+A
10:35pm ABC Late News
10:50pm The Business: Budget Preview Rpt
11:10pm The Weekly With Charlie Pickering Rpt
11:40pm Planet America Rpt
12:15am Grand Designs: Huxham Rpt

Tuesday 14 May
7:30pm Budget 2024: The Treasurer’s Speech
8:00pm Budget 2024: An ABC News Special
8:30pm Insiders: Budget Special
9:00pm Creative Types With Virginia Trioli: Patricia Piccinini Season Final
9:30pm David Stratton’s Stories Of Australian Cinema: Game Changers Rpt
10:30pm ABC Late News
10:45pm The Business: Budget Special Rpt
11:20pm Four Corners Rpt
12:05am Q+A Rpt

Wednesday 15 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Hard Quiz
8:30pm Gruen Season Premiere


9:05pm White Fever: Happy Gotcha Day Season Final
9:35pm QI: Ufology
10:05pm Planet America
10:40pm ABC Late News
10:55pm The Business: Post-Budget Roundup Rpt
11:10pm The Luminaries Rpt
12:05am Superwog: The Magpie Rpt

Thursday 16 May
7:30pm Budget 2024: Opposition Reply
8:00pm 7.30
8:30pm Foreign Correspondent Season Final
9:00pm Britain By The Book Premiere
9:55pm Antiques Roadshow: Dyffryn Gardens 2 Rpt
10:55pm ABC Late News
11:10pm The Business Rpt
11:25pm Love On The Spectrum Rpt
12:20am Parliament Question Time: House of Representatives Rpt

Friday 17 May
7:30pm Gardening Australia
8:30pm Silent Witness: Familiar Faces Part 2
9:30pm Gruen Rpt
10:00pm Hard Quiz Rpt
10:40pm White Fever: Happy Gotcha Day Rpt
11:10pm ABC Late News
11:25pm Grand Designs: Chichester Rpt
12:15am Long Lost Family Rpt

Saturday 18 May
7:30pm Father Brown: The Hidden Man
8:20pm Midsomer Murders: Drawing Dead Rpt
9:50pm After The Party Rpt
10:35pm Shetland Rpt
11:35pm rage Guest Programmer

Restoration Australia - Season 6

What possesses otherwise level-headed Australians to put their hearts, souls, time and money into restoring old homes, from grand mansions to simple mud huts? It’s often years of hard, dusty work, carrying a catalogue of disappointments and costly discoveries, stretching mortgages and testing relationships to breaking point. But it also can feature eye-popping discoveries, heart-warming historical revelations and a crowd of locals digging in to help or just cheering them on.

And then there’s the result of all that effort. A beautiful heritage filled home that functions for today and lives on for the future.

Host and Professor of Architecture Anthony Burke is fascinated by Australia’s legion of dedicated restorers and enthralled by the dynamics driving their passions and their projects. In this new six-part series Anthony adventures far and wide to capture all their trials and tribulations from a whirlwind restoration of a family farmhouse in remote King Island, an important settler’s mud hut in the Adelaide Hills, a crumbling police barracks in remote NSW, a tumble-down terrace in inner Melbourne, a decrepit beach house in Sydney and on to Brisbane and one of the grandest and most important restorations in the country.

Production credits: A Fremantle production for the ABC. Supervising Executive Producer: Brooke Bayvel. Executive Producer: Michael Collett. ABC Executive Producers: Madeleine Hawcroft and Jo Chichester.

EPISODE 1: LAMB HOUSE, BRISBANE

Thursday, 23 May, 8pm

Brisbane media like to call Steve and Jane Wilson a power couple and it’s easy to see why. Jane’s moved seamlessly from the heights of the city’s medical community to corporate boardrooms while financier Steve has been responsible for some of the city’s tectonic changes, notably heading up the huge Southbank redevelopment that transformed a neglected swathe of inner Brisbane into a pulsating urban precinct.

They don’t shy away from a challenge. Even their own home has been a painstaking saga of restoration, renovation and extension playing out over almost 40 years.

But it turns out that labour of love was just a warm up. The architect who designed that home back in the late 19th century poured his considerable talent into what would become his magnum opus years later: a multi-levelled mansion high on a hill overlooking Brisbane River and the city itself. A magnificent house called Home.

Brisbanites have come to know it as Lamb House, for the wealthy city draper who commissioned and the generations of his family who’ve lived in it. But it’s controversy that really made it famous.

A bitter dispute between a latter day Lamb and local authorities over damage to the house set in on a slide. Long periods of neglect, squatter occupancy and vandalism just about condemned it. Until the Wilsons enter the fray.

Host Anthony Burke gains carte blanche access to one of the country’s most remarkable restoration projects and follows the Wilsons and their posse of fastidious artisans, architects and tradies resurrecting a Brisbane icon.

Grand Designs UK - Season 21

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Thursday 23 May 9.00pm

In Wye Valley Rosa and Craig convert an inherited, decommissioned steam railway reservoir into a home. Faced with a pandemic, numerous money crises, pregnancy and a schedule that balloons from 12 months to over three years - will it all be worth it?

Ever since Rosa was a child in the Wye Valley, inspired by Grandad Leo, she dreamt of turning a family owned, century old, decommissioned steam railway reservoir into a home. Over two decades later Rosa and her partner Craig finally set out to turn this dream into reality.

Their radical plan is to reinvent the reservoir as an utterly unique living space. Huge holes are to be punched through the reservoir’s flank wall to allow light to flood in. Above the kitchen in this cavernous space will be a dramatic mezzanine giving glorious views across the valley. A new subterranean concrete extension will contain four bedrooms and help enclose a hidden courtyard garden sitting at the heart of the house. It’s wildly ambitious but Rosa and Craig hope enthusiasm and emotional attachment to this special place will compensate for their inexperience and optimistic budget.

But builders’ quotes come in way above the £700,000 that Rosa and Craig can just about afford, mainly through borrowing, jeopardising the entire project from the get-go. After months of agonizing however, some heart-breaking news compels them to persevere with the project no matter what. That turns out to be a pandemic, numerous money crises, pregnancy and a schedule that balloons from 12 months to over three years. Will it all be worth it for Rosa to live in her beloved reservoir?

Production credit: FremantleMedia Ltd/Naked West. Written and Presented by Kevin McCloud.

Blak Ball

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Wednesday 29 May 9.00pm

Indigenous athletes share stories from their careers with help from the funniest blakfullas in the country.

A chorus of First Nations comedians regale us with this country’s greatest and most memorable Indigenous sporting moments, and placed directly in the middle of this twisted adulation are the sporting stars themselves.

A young Tony Armstrong infiltrates his way onto Adam Gilchrist’s bar tab, Donnell Wallam stuns the netball world with a game winning layup and Shane Phillips leads the first all Indigenous crew to finish the Sydney to Hobart.

Production credit: An ABC Indigenous Original Production. Director: Yaraman Thorne

Restoration Australia

Series 6, Episode 2

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Thursday 30 May 8.00pm

Host Anthony Burke meets a King Islander returning home to one of Australia’s most remote and weatherbeaten outposts to reclaim and restore a derelict farmhouse.

King Island can be sun kissed and beautiful one minute and storm-ravaged the next. It takes a particularly stoic individual to deal with the unpredictable forces rolling in and over the remote island hunkering off the north-west coast of Tasmania, let alone one prepared to wax wistful and nostalgic about an idyllic life there.

But father of three Gordon, long settled across the Tasman in New Zealand, remains a proud King Islander to his core and when an opportunity arises to acquire an old weatherbeaten farmhouse once owned by his uncle, Gordon can’t resist the siren call of his childhood home.

He cajoles his sister into a minority partnership and buys the cottage and farmlet on King Island’s wind-smashed north, then proceeds to hatch one of the most terrifying, white-knuckle restoration plans we’ve ever witnessed.

Gordon declares he will bring the dishevelled timber house back to its upstanding original shape in just 6 weeks. He assembles a FIFO flashmob of NZ tradies, summons local friends, helpers and barrackers, conjures Public Service flow chart management systems, builds a chaotic work camp and prays to his King Island ancestors for clement weather. What could possibly go wrong?

Well as the fate of many seafarers and passengers can attest in and around Australia’s biggest shipwreck graveyard, a lot can go wrong. And fast.

Host Professor Anthony Burke joins Gordon and his ragtag army working against the clock, the elements and dreadful malodorous forces to save an authentic slice of King Island’s heritage. There’s a pocket of King Island called Pearshape. It doesn’t need another.

Production credit: A Fremantle production for the ABC. Supervising Executive Producer: Brooke Bayvel. Executive Producer: Michael Collett. ABC Executive Producers: Madeleine Hawcroft and Jo Chichester.

Grand Designs UK

Season 21 Episode 2

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Thursday 30 May 9.00pm

Devoted dad Danny wants to build a sustainable but affordable house with bedroom pods on stilts up among the trees. But with no self-build experience and spiralling costs, can he do it on ambition alone?

North Lincolnshire born and bred, Deputy Principal Danny wants to build his three children a stylish, sustainable, but affordable, four-bedroom house amongst the trees in the garden of his current bungalow.

Set right on the edge of a fishing pond, it’ll include dramatic bedroom pods raised on steel stilts to give his children a new life up in the canopy. He wants to connect them to nature, for the house to embrace the innocence of childhood.

Danny clearly has plenty of ambition, but also no experience as a self-builder and a £ 300,000 budget which seems mismatched to the challenges of his project.

After selling the bungalow and squeezing into his mum’s terraced house for the duration, it’s not long before engineering puzzles, rampant inflation and the overall stress of construction weigh heavily on Danny.
His quest to provide a house that captures innocence is proving far from child’s play. So, can this devoted father find the stamina, and the money, to complete a house that inspires his children and that he can be truly proud of?

Classic 100 in Concert

Saturday June 29 7:30pm, on ABCTV, live streamed on ABC iview and simulcast on ABC Classic.

Hosted by ABC’s Megan Burslem and Jeremy Fernandez, the Classic 100 in Concert will give music lovers nationwide the chance to celebrate the ultimate feel-good playlist, performed by some of the country’s best-known classical stars. All will be brought to life by the

Melbourne Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Principal Conductor in Residence and the Concert’s Creative Director, Benjamin Northey, at Hamer Hall. Stay tuned for the full program and artists to be announced soon.

Production credits:

An ABC Production. Head Arts, Music & Events, Kath Earle. Manager Events & Content Partnerships, Cathie Scott. Manager ABC Classic & ABC Jazz, Kat McGuffie.

Week commencing 19 May 2024


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Sunday 19 May
7:30pm Call The Midwife
8:30pm After The Party
9:20pm The Luminaries
10:15pm Shetland Rpt
11:15pm Savage River Rpt
12:10am The Messenger Rpt

Monday 20 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Australian Story
8:30pm Four Corners
9:15pm Media Watch
9:35pm Q+A
10:35pm ABC Late News
10:50pm The Business Rpt
11:10pm Gruen Rpt
11:45pm Planet America Rpt
12:20am Grand Designs: South Lakeland Rpt

Tuesday 21 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things Series Premiere
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9:00pm Secret Science Series Premiere


9:30pm David Stratton’s Stories Of Australian Cinema: Outsiders Rpt
10:35pm ABC Late News
10:50pm The Business Rpt
11:05pm Four Corners Rpt
11:50pm Q+A Rpt
12:55am Media Watch Rpt

Wednesday 22 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Hard Quiz
8:30pm Gruen
9:05pm QI: ‘U’ Animals
9:40pm QI: Unrelated
10:10pm Planet America Rpt
10:40pm ABC Late News
10:55pm The Business Rpt
11:10pm The Luminaries Rpt
12:05am Superwog: Something Fishy Rpt

Thursday 23 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Restoration Australia: Lamb House, Brisbane Season Premiere
9:00pm Grand Designs: Wye Valley Season Premiere
9:50pm Antiques Roadshow: Ulster 2 Rpt
10:50pm ABC Late News
11:05pm The Business Rpt
11:20pm Love On The Spectrum Rpt
12:15am Grand Designs: South Manchester Rpt

Friday 24 May
7:30pm Gardening Australia
8:30pm Silent Witness: Star Part 1
9:30pm Gruen Rpt
10:10pm Hard Quiz Rpt
10:40pm ABC Late News
10:55pm Grand Designs: Tunbridge Wells Rpt
11:40pm Long Lost Family Rpt
12:30am We Hunt Together Rpt

Saturday 25 May
7:30pm Father Brown: The Royal Visit
8:15pm Midsomer Murders: The Lions Of Causton
9:50pm After The Party Rpt
10:35pm Shetland Rpt
11:35pm rage Guest Programmer

Restoration Australia

Series 6, Episode 3

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Thursday 6 June 8.00pm

Host Professor Anthony Burke joins a dedicated couple doing all they can to preserve a valuable slice of Australian history that would otherwise dissolve into the dirt and be lost forever.

As a council heritage officer, Kirsty deals daily with the minefield complexities of conservation and the myriad challenges facing restorers working on historically important homes. Husband Mark’s city architectural practice is booming so his skills and vision are keenly sought. But a tiny house made of dirt, rock and timber hidden under layers and layers of overgrowth on an acre block in the Adelaide Hills just about has them stumped.

Settlers’ cottages made of mud weren’t supposed to last more than a few decades, let alone 170 years, and Kirsty and Mark don’t really know how much of it is still standing until they fire up the chain saw and liberate the little building from its thick cape of vines and weeds.

The little house is standing, but only just. It’s been simply built using readily available materials and a combination of ancient construction techniques; Pisé (essentially rammed earth) and Lathe and Mud (a layered framework of mud, rocks and timber).

Rebuilding it is anything but simple. Kirsty and Mark have committed to restoring it as authentically as possible. So that means learning the construction process and resurrecting the cottage just as it was built. And, pretty much, doing all the work themselves.

With three teenage kids and busy jobs, the Pisé Cottage is going to demand every spare moment and just about every nugget of restoration and building knowledge they possess.

There are times when walls threaten to collapse entirely bringing the pocket-sized place down into a heap of dirt and termite-ravaged timber. There are nerve-wracking stretches when the entire house is suspended in mid-air as Kirsty and Mark race to repair underpinnings and mud walls.

Over the course of Restoration Australia, we’ve never seen such a small space demand so much energy and attention to detail.

Grand Designs UK

Season 21 Episode 3

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Thursday 6 June 9.00pm

In 2013 Jon and Noreen planned to build a tree house on a half-acre of woodland in Gloucestershire. By 2016 the house was barely ready to move into. Seven years later Kevin returns to find out what life up in the trees has been like.

Back in 2013, Jon and Noreen planned to build a giant three-bedroom tree house on an unloved half-acre patch of urban woodland in Jon’s hometown in Gloucestershire. Their stacked ‘3 box’ design was to be almost gravity defying, with a steel frame anchored to slender screw piles to avoid harming any tree roots and a mirror glass ground floor to reflect the surrounding trees. With complex engineering, and incorporating a ceramic workshop and an artist’s studio, their budget of just over £250k seemed ill matched to the high ambition of the project.

Jon and Noreen moved into a cabin on site, with the hope of completing the build within nine months, but huge delays finalising structural drawings left them despairing.

After a frustrating 8 month wait, the couple finally threw themselves into construction, driven by their strong sentimental connection to the town. Despite working hands-on for long hours, and relying on the help of local friends, by 2016 the house was barely ready enough for them to move into. The tree house, and the woodland, were full of promise but their money had run out and many rooms remained unfinished.

Now, seven years later, presenter Kevin McCloud returns to see if this unique home is finally complete, and to find out what life up in the trees is really like.

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Week commencing 26 May 2024


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Sunday 26 May
7:30pm Call The Midwife
8:30pm After The Party
9:20pm The Luminaries
10:15pm Shetland Rpt
11:15pm Savage River Rpt
12:15am The Trouble With Maggie Cole

Monday 27 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Australian Story
8:30pm Four Corners
9:15pm Media Watch
9:35pm Q+A
10:35pm ABC Late News
10:50pm The Business Rpt
11:10pm Gruen Rpt
11:45pm Planet America Rpt
12:20am Grand Designs: Canterbury Rpt

Tuesday 28 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things
9:00pm Secret Science
9:30pm David Stratton’s Stories Of Australian Cinema: Family Rpt
10:30pm ABC Late News
10:45pm The Business Rpt
11:05pm Four Corners Rpt
11:50pm Q+A Rpt
12:55am Media Watch Rpt

Wednesday 29 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Hard Quiz
8:30pm Gruen
9:05pm Blak Ball Premiere
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9:40pm QI: Upsadaisy
10:10pm Planet America Rpt
10:40pm ABC Late News
10:55pm The Business Rpt
11:10pm The Luminaries Rpt
12:05am Superwog: The Lump Rpt

Thursday 30 May
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Restoration Australia: King Island, SA
9:00pm Grand Designs: Scunthorpe
9:50pm Antiques Roadshow: Woodhorn Museum 2 Rpt
10:50pm ABC Late News
11:05pm The Business Rpt
11:20pm TBA
11:55pm Talking Heads: A Lady Of Letters Rpt
12:25am Grand Designs: Dunstable Rpt

Friday 31 May
7:30pm Gardening Australia
8:30pm Silent Witness: Star Part 2
9:30pm Gruen Rpt
10:10pm Hard Quiz Rpt
10:40pm Blak Ball Rpt
11:10pm ABC Late News
11:30pm Grand Designs: Sydenham Hill Rpt
12:15am Long Lost Family Rpt

Saturday 1 June
7:30pm Father Brown: The Show Must Go on
8:15pm Midsomer Murders: Till Death Do Us Part Rpt
9:45pm After The Party Rpt
10:35pm Shetland Rpt
11:35pm rage Guest Programmer

ABBA: Against the Odds

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Sunday 9 June 8.30pm

The inside story of ABBA’s struggle: critical backlash, relationship break up and social change to becoming the biggest pop group of the ‘70s. Told by ABBA and those close to them.

50 years after winning Eurovision, this film charts the story of ABBA’s battle for critical and commercial success as they rose to become one of the defining pop groups of the 70s.

Told mostly in their own words and with rare and unseen archive material drawn from all around the world, it captures how the band had to fight to ditch the tag of Eurovision-winner to become global superstars in the face of constant backlash from the musical establishment. It charts their journey to chart dominance through Europe, Australia and the UK, and also the struggle to conquer America.

It explores the band’s personal challenges, which culminated in divorce and led them to create one of the great ‘break up’ songs of all time in The Winner Takes It All. Along the way, the film delves into the fascinating connection between ABBA’s distinctive style and approach to music and the politically volatile times in which they lived.

These strands are woven together to cast fresh light on a band that against the odds created a unique sound, defied the critics and delivered a musical legacy that endures to this day.

Production credit: ROGAN PRODUCTIONS

Restoration Australia

Episode 4

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Thursday 13 June 8.00pm

Host Anthony Burke meets a couple supersizing a beachside bungalow into a Sydney trophy home while still somehow trying to preserve its quaint 1920’s identity.

Spectacular Manly beach in Sydney’s north has become one of the cities hottest real estate precincts and after trudging in vain through hundreds of home-opens, bank executive Barrie and partner Ikuyo, a financial services manager, had just about given up all hope of snaring their patch of it.

Then they saw it. A long low Californian bungalow in one of Manly’s most exclusive pockets doing its weary best to simply stay upright and not just tumble down the hill in front of it and kerplunk into the sapphire blue water of Fairy Bower.

Neighbours too were worried that if the seaside elements didn’t eventually fell the old house, then developers, seizing on its unprotected status, surely would, and a house with a fascinating and important connection to Australian theatre royalty would be lost forever.

They didn’t count on Barrie and Ikuyo, two volunteer surf lifesavers, diving in, wresting the bungalow from the development sharks and vowing to turn this crumbling wreck into their family forever home, even if that meant tearing it apart, brick by wobbly brick, and putting it all back together again.

But the couple have plans to add, bigtime, to the original layout, heading higher to capture sweeping views of the sea and the beach and adding a suite of mod cons.

Grand Designs UK

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Thursday 13 June 9.00pm

Graeme and Melanie want their new home in Hackney to celebrate their blended family. But squeezing the bright red-clad house architect Graeme has designed, complete with a 4-metre-deep basement, onto their tiny garage plot proves a huge challenge.

Graeme and Melanie have huge ambitions for their new home in Hackney, for themselves and for their daughters, 15-year-old Isla and 13-year-old Indi. They want the house to celebrate and cement their new blended family. The only problem is where they want to build - a tiny twin garage plot with no surrounding land, purchased for a whopping £275,000.

Located on a traditional Victorian terraced road, Graeme, an architect, has nevertheless come up with an unapologetically modernist bright red-clad design. Inside it’ll be cleverly laid out to maximise space over 3 floors, including all-important bedrooms for the girls in a new basement. Despite the challenge of excavating 4 metres down in a tight urban site, the schedule is set at just 12 months.

Melanie and Graeme face a catalogue of challenges from the start: a main contractor withdraws from constructing the basement due to sky rocketing material costs, there are huge increases in mortgage rates, construction complications drag on and neighbours become increasingly frustrated.

Exhausted and stressed, somehow they remain determined to create a special, meaningful home - so much so that they are willing to ship bespoke floor tiles designed by Mel from Marrakech. But then comes a final bombshell as the project nears completion, putting all their hopes in jeopardy.

Week commencing 2 June2024


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Sunday 2 June
7:30pm Call The Midwife Season 12 Final
8:30pm After The Party Season 1 Final
9:25pm The Luminaries Season 1 Final
10:15pm Shetland Rpt
11:15pm Savage River Rpt
12:15am The Trouble With Maggie Cole

Monday 3 June
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Australian Story
8:30pm Four Corners
9:15pm Media Watch
9:35pm Q+A Mid-Season Final
10:35pm ABC Late News
10:50pm The Business Rpt
11:10pm Gruen Rpt
11:45pm Planet America Rpt
12:20am Grand Designs: North Devon Rpt

Tuesday 4 June
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Tony Armstrong’s Extra-Ordinary Things
9:00pm Secret Science: Fear
9:30pm The Art Of… Season 2 Premiere
10:00pm Anh’s Brush With Fame: Lisa Wilkinson Rpt
10:35pm ABC Late News
10:50pm The Business Rpt
11:05pm Four Corners Rpt
11:50pm Q+A Rpt

Wednesday 5 June
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Hard Quiz
8:30pm Gruen
9:05pm QI: Ticks Tax Toes Rpt
9:40pm QI: Theatrical Rpt
10:10pm Planet America Rpt
10:40pm ABC Late News
10:55pm The Business Rpt
11:10pm The Luminaries Rpt
12:05am Superwog: 21 Jump Ya Rpt
12:25am Grand Designs Revisited: Bolton Rpt

Thursday 6 June
7:30pm 7.30
8:00pm Restoration Australia: Pise Cottage, SA
9:00pm Grand Designs: Hackney Downs
9:50pm Antiques Roadshow: Portchester 1 Rpt
10:50pm ABC Late News
11:05pm The Business Rpt
11:20pm The Art Of… Rpt
11:55pm Talking Heads: An Ordinary Woman Rpt
12:30am Grand Designs Revisited: Devon Rpt

Friday 7 June
7:30pm Gardening Australia
8:35pm Silent Witness: Hearts of Darkness Part 1
9:35pm Gruen Rpt
10:10pm Hard Quiz Rpt
10:40pm QI: Telling Tales Rpt
11:15pm ABC Late News
11:30pm Grand Designs New Zealand: Piha Clifftop Retreat Rpt
12:20am Love Your Garden Rpt

Saturday 8 June
7:30pm Father Brown: The Sands of Time
8:15pm Midsomer Murders: Send In The Clowns Rpt
9:50pm After The Party Rpt
10:40pm Shetland Rpt
11:40pm rage Guest Programmer

It’s more like series final. Star and co-creator Robyn Malcolm said there would not be a season 2.

I was eager to watch the conclusion of this show so binged it on iView. There’s a good reason why it wouldn’t come back. All the secrets are revealed at the end and I can’t really see where it could go beyond that.