Nine Network - Programs and Schedules

Schedule Update

Saturday 6 July
East Coast
07:00 pm Casino Royale (2006)
10:00 pm ICC World Cricket Aus V SA

Adelaide
07:00 pm The World Is Not Enough (1999)
09:30 pm ICC World Cricket Aus V SA

Perth
07:00 pm David Attenborough’s Dynasties x 2 Rpt
08:00 pm ICC World Cricket Aus V SA

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With the cricket now available on the main channel on Saturday, it won’t be shown on 9Gem.

Schedule Update

Thursday 11 July

East Coast
07:30 pm ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019 - SEMI-FINAL NO. 2

Adelaide
07:00 pm ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019 - SEMI-FINAL NO. 2

More to follow.

Is Nine Darwin’s locally produced documentary called “The Sweet Little Note Of The Engine” airing nationally or just in the Darwin market?

It’s on Monday night after Ninja Warrior.

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No, other states have documentary Killing Michael Jackson.

Week commencing 14 July 2019


Sunday 14 July
07:00 pm Australian Ninja Warrior Heat 3
08:45 pm 60 Minutes
09:45 pm Suburban Gangsters Ray Denning and Jockey Smith: The Fugitives

Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne
10:45 pm Cops UK: Body Cam Squad Rpt
11:45 pm 2019 Netball World Cup Australia v Sri Lanka

Adelaide
10:45 pm Customs
11:15 pm 2019 Netball World Cup

Perth
10:45 pm Cops UK: Body Cam Squad Rpt
11:45 pm Movie: Bad Boys (1983)
2019 Netball World Cup on 9Go! at 9:45pm

Monday 15 July
07:30 pm Australian Ninja Warrior Heat 4
09:15 pm Murder, Lies & Alibis The Beauty Queen Killers

Sydney, Brisbane
10:30 pm 100% Footy
11:30 pm Cold Case Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
10:30 pm Footy Classified
11:30 pm The Oval Office / Footy SA / Footy WA

Tuesday 16 July
07:30 pm Australian Ninja Warrior Heat 5
09:15 pm Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World
Narrated by Peter Overton and using extensive NASA archival footage including rarely seen film and video, we follow the historic first ever moon landing and look back at this monumental achievement.
10:15 pm Timeless S1 E11
11:15 pm The Closer

Wednesday 17 July
07:30 pm Young Sheldon S2 E20
08:00 pm Young Sheldon Rpt
08:30 pm Movie: Star Trek: Beyond (2016)
10:55 pm The Real Story Of … Face Of An Angel
11:50 pm Confessions of the Paparazzi

Thursday 18 July
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm NRL Thursday Night Football Brisbane Broncos v Canterbury Bulldogs
09:45 pm Golden Point
10:45 pm Lethal Weapon S2 E11 (Syd) E14 (Bri)
11:40 pm Cold Case Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm RBT Rewind
08:30 pm Australian Crime Stories Rpt
09:30 pm City Of Evil Rpt
10:30 pm Lethal Weapon S2 E17
11:30 pm Cold Case Rpt

Friday 19 July
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm NRL Friday Night Football Penrith Panthers v St George Illawarra Dragons
09:45 pm Knock Off
10:45 pm Movie: Daylight (1996)

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm RBT Rpt
08:30 pm Movie: My Sister’s Keeper (2008)
10:45 pm Timeless Rpt
11:35 pm Westside Rpt

Saturday 20 July
07:00 pm Movie: The Lion King (1994)
08:45 pm Movie: Forrest Gump (1994)
11:30 pm Movie: Fargo (1996)

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Sunday is also the night of Cricket World Cup final. If Australia qualify by beating England in Thursday’s semi-final, I am sure Nine will move the telecast to main channel in a flash. However, this will affect programming for Ninja Warrior and (to a lesser degree) Young Sheldon.
Also, on 18 and 19 July the NRL won’t be shown at all in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, due to Nine’s coverage of women’s Ashes test on 9Gem and Netball World Cup on 9GO!. I hope the NRL matches will be streamed live on 9Now.

Sometimes the schedule changes closer to the time. I’m thinking we will have to wait and see if Nine somehow fits in live NRL in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth, particularly if their contract with the NRL requires them to broadcast it live.

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Schedule Update

Monday 15 July
09:15 pm Murder, Lies & Alibis Beauty Queen Killers - Part 1

Tuesday 16 July
09:15 pm Murder, Lies & Alibis Beauty Queen Killers - Part 2
10:30 pm Timeless S1 E11
11:20 pm The Closer

Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World out of schedule

(Plus some TBAs filled in above).

why is apollo 11 pulled out??? doesnt nine see the significance in the 50th anniversary of the moon landing

Maybe Nine hasn’t cleared the copyright with NASA in terms of archival footage?

All film and images shot by NASA is copyright free, regardless of its age. It has to be another reason.

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Perhaps Nine will show this on the anniversary of Sunday 21 July - even as a 60 Minutes special.

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MURDER, LIES & ALIBIS THE BEAUTY QUEEN KILLERS

GRIPPING TWO-PART INVESTIGATION INTO THE BRUTAL SLAYING OF BRONWYNE RICHARDSON

SCREENING ACROSS TWO NIGHTS ON MONDAY, JULY 15 and TUESDAY, JULY 16 AT 9.15PM ON NINE

Just weeks after NSW Police posted a reward of $1 million to solve one of Australia’s most disturbing unsolved murders, a ground-breaking episode in the Murders, Lies & Alibis series, ‘The Beauty Queen Killers’ will reveal new evidence and secrets in the murder of teenage beauty queen Bronwyne Richardson, and sensationally features an interview with the main suspect.

In this riveting two-part investigation, a year in the making, reporter and Executive Producer Mark Llewellyn and Australia’s premier forensic criminologist Dr Xanthe Mallett discover new evidence never put before a jury.

The episode comes to an extraordinary climax when a secret witness names the person who they claim allegedly strangled 17-year-old Bronwyne before she was thrown into the Murray River; a man police let slip through their fingers.

The unsolved murder of Bronwyne is one of the greatest mysteries in Australian criminal history, still making headlines more than 40 years after her murder.

“In recent weeks, the previous $200,000 reward has been increased by $800 000, and no wonder, because walking amongst us to this day is the ringleader who led the savage torture and murder of Bronwyne,” says Mark Llewellyn.

“She deserves justice and he deserves jail. This is the $1 million cold case the police are desperate to solve. Our investigation opens up dramatic new leads and delivers answers that will stun many.”

Bronwyne was a title-winning beauty queen in Albury with a jealous ex-boyfriend and an obsessed cousin. She had been stalked and received death threats that left her terrified.

On Friday, October 12, 1973 she was dragged into a car full of men in front of witnesses on one of Albury’s main streets. Less than half an hour later she was dead…raped, strangled and thrown into the Murray River to drown, with her body discovered two days later.

Her post mortem had to be re-done, forensic evidence was lost, and detectives were disciplined for how they handled the original case. Police got nowhere until TV legend Derryn Hinch blew the cold case wide open in 1989 on his current affairs show.

After a Hinch story aired, police in South Australia received two anonymous phone calls running through intimate details of the murder and naming Geoff Brown as the main suspect. It was the biggest lead in the case for more than 15 years, yet when South Australia police passed on the information to their NSW colleagues, nothing was done.

Two men, more than twenty years apart, have been charged with Bronwyne’s murder - but neither has ever faced a trial.

This is a crime series unlike any seen before. It is rare for prime suspects to agree to an interview, and in a series of increasingly tense encounters Mark Llewellyn grills the man police are convinced was at the scene the night Bronwyne was murdered.

Prime suspect Collin Newey has never done an interview before. He has consistently pleaded his innocence. Watching and prompting questions throughout is Dr Mallett; ready to confront him is Derryn Hinch and ready to go is a polygraph machine. Viewers will see the dramatic moment that Derryn Hinch returns to the story he’s followed for over 30 years and challenges Newey to prove his innocence.
You’ll be engrossed as Dr Mallett examines the police failures, discovers bombshell audio recordings never previously heard, and finally finds that answers that detectives missed.

Featuring riveting official police interview recordings, a new revelation by a police informant and interviews with Bronwyne’s family, ‘The Beauty Queen Killers’ uncovers the secrets, nails the lies and challenges the alibis that have bamboozled generations of police.

The Beauty Queen Killers have got away with murder for more than four decades but now their identities could finally be revealed.

Schedule Update

Saturday 13 July
07:00 pm Apollo 11 - A Step That Changed The World
Narrated by Peter Overton and using extensive NASA archival footage including rarely seen film and video, we follow the historic first ever moon landing and look back at this monumental achievement.
08:30 pm Movie: Apollo 13 (1995)
10:50 pm Movie: Gravity (2013)

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Just saw a promo for it tonight during State of Origin post-match. A Step That Changed the World is described as a Nine News special but is rated PG.

Former Sale of the Century hosts Nicky Buckley and Murray Bingham are travelling Europe for Getaway.

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According to YourTV online guide on Nine’s website, NRL will be shown live on 9GO! in Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth next Thursday and Friday night, but this may change depending on Australia’s progress in the Netball World Cup.

Week commencing 21 July 2019


Sunday 21 July
07:00 pm Australian Ninja Warrior Semi Final 1
08:45 pm 60 Minutes
09:45 pm Apollo 11: A Step That Changed The World Rpt

Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne
10:45 pm TBA
11:15 pm 2019 Netball World Cup Bronze Medal
01:10 am 2019 Netball World Cup Final

Adelaide
10:45 pm 2019 Netball World Cup Bronze Medal
12:40 pm 2019 Netball World Cup Final

Perth
10:45 pm TBA
11:10 pm 2019 Netball World Cup Final
Bronze Medal game on 9Go! at 9:15 pm

Monday 22 July
07:30 pm Australian Ninja Warrior Semi Final 2
09:15 pm Murder, Lies & Alibis The Bank Job

Sydney, Brisbane
10:30 pm 100% Footy
11:30 pm Cold Case Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
10:30 pm Footy Classified
11:30 pm The Oval Office / Footy SA / Footy WA

Tuesday 23 July
07:30 pm Australian Ninja Warrior Semi Final 3 of 3
09:15 pm Movie: The Hitman’s Bodyguard (2017)
11:30 pm The Closer

Wednesday 24 July
07:30 pm Young Sheldon S2 E21
08:00 pm Young Sheldon Rpt
08:30 pm Movie: Fast & Furious 7 (2015)
11:15 pm The Real Story Of … American Sniper

Thursday 25 July
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm NRL Thursday Night Football Cronulla Sharks v North Queensland Cowboys
09:45 pm Golden Point
10:45 pm Lethal Weapon S2 E12 (Syd) E15 (Bri)
11:40 pm Cold Case Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm RBT Rewind
08:30 pm Australian Crime Stories Rpt
09:30 pm City Of Evil Rpt
10:30 pm Lethal Weapon S2 E18
11:30 pm Cold Case Rpt

Friday 26 July
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 pm NRL Friday Night Football South Sydney Rabbitohs v St George Illawarra Dragons
09:45 pm Knock Off
10:45 pm Movie: Rocky Balboa (2006)

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
07:30 pm RBT Rpt
08:30 pm Movie: Ghost (1990)
11:00 pm Timeless Rpt (S1 E02)
11:50 pm Westside Rpt

Saturday 27 July
07:00 pm Movie: Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales (2017)
09:30 pm Movie: G.I. Joe: Retaliation (2013)
11:40 pm Movie: Terminus (2015)

Further market variations will be posted later.

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Saturday 20 July

Sea Changing: 60 Years of the Gold Coast
Sea Changing: 60 Years of the Gold Coast. From a string of seaside villages to Australia’s sixth largest city in only 60 years, join Charli Robinson for a nostalgic look at the Gold Coast, its dizzying development and what lies ahead.

2:45pm in Syndey, Melbourne, Perth. In Brisbane/Gold Coast the special will be shown leading into the 5pm news at 4.:30pm


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