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The Ashes test which started last night is the last one of the series

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There has not been much material regarding the ABBA special but I did manage to find a teaser on the net.
https://vimeo.com/320037369

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A Confession

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Coming Soon

From acclaimed screenwriter Jeff Pope, A CONFESSION tells the true story of how Detective Superintendent Steve Fulcher (played by Martin Freeman, StartUp, The Hobbit, Sherlock, Fargo), deliberately breached police procedure and protocol to catch a killer, a decision that ultimately cost him his career and reputation.

Set in Swindon, Wiltshire, A CONFESSION, details the disappearance of 22-year-old Sian O’Callaghan in March 2011. On a night out with girlfriends, Sian left a nightclub in Swindon Old Town to walk the 15 minutes home to boyfriend Kevin Reape, played by Charlie Cooper (This Country). Worried for her safety, Kevin reports Sian missing when she fails to come home in the early hours or respond to his increasingly frantic texts.

With the police investigation underway, officers arrive on the doorstep of Sian’s mother, Elaine O’Callaghan, played by Siobhan Finneran (Cold Feet, The Moorside, Happy Valley), who at first thinks her daughter must have stayed overnight with a girlfriend. Described as a ‘family girl’, it was uncharacteristic of Sian to be out of touch with her loved ones.

Senior Investigating Officer Steve Fulcher leads a team which begins to piece together Sian’s last movements, scouring CCTV footage from the club and re-tracing her steps home. Cell-site analysis reveals her mobile phone signal bouncing off a mast 14 miles away in Savernake Forest. With the missing person’s enquiry in full swing Fulcher, orders a full-scale search operation.

Believing Sian may still be alive, Fulcher operates on the premise that Sian is being held somewhere against her will. If she is, he knows it will be a race against time. Through diligent and painstaking police work Fulcher and his team discovers CCTV footage of her in the High Street, which leads to vital clues in the investigation.

Meanwhile, Karen Edwards, played by Imelda Staunton (Maleficent, Paddington, Harry Potter, Vera Drake, The Girl), the mother of Becky Godden, a 20-year-old who disappeared eight years previously in 2003, is watching the investigation unfold on the local news and in the town centre. Reminded of Becky’s disappearance, she becomes gripped by fear that her daughter will somehow be involved in what is unfolding before her eyes as the search for Sian goes on.

A known drug addict and prostitute, Becky had disappeared many times before and although Karen had tried to help her daughter, staging interventions and paying for rehabilitation, sadly Becky continued to lapse back into addiction.

Coincidentally, the property where Karen lives with her second husband, Charlie, backs on to the home of Elaine O’Callaghan and her then partner. Although they don’t know one another, their lives become tragically intertwined when Fulcher and his team edge closer to their chief suspect, local taxi driver Christopher Halliwell, played by Joe Absolom (Doc Martin, The Level, Suspects).

The investigation culminates in a standoff between Fulcher and Halliwell at a remote location, as Fulcher tries to avoid him being taken back to a police station, being given a solicitor and saying ‘no comment’. Just as Fulcher is about to give up, Halliwell suddenly makes a startling confession. But this moment of apparent triumph takes on sinister consequences and steers the investigation in a completely unforeseen direction.

A Confession was filmed in Wiltshire and the Home Counties with Paul Andrew Williams (Strangers, Broadchurch) directing each of the six episodes. The drama is executive produced by Jeff Pope (Little Boy Blue, writer and executive producer, The Moorside, executive producer, Cilla, writer and executive producer) for ITV Studios, Johnny Capps (Merlin, Atlantis and Sugar Rush) and Julian Murphy (Atlantis, Merlin and Demons) for Urban Myth Films with Tom Dunbar as Producer.

Premiered on ITV on 2 September

Sun 29 Sept: Ladies Night & Secret Bridesmaids Business
Mon 30 Sept: Real Dirty Dancing

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Drama on Sunday evening after reality? What about Sunday Night?

Probably the start of the phasing out period. Rumours are it isn’t returning next year.

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Interesting if it is up against the NRL Grand Final the following Sunday.

Mel Doyle?

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I know 10 cop a lot of shit for their schedule but 7s is atrocious. There is literally not a single appealing show in their schedule to me at the moment.

Edit - AFL excluded.

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Sorry? What about her?

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Collingwood v GWS Preliminary Final has been scheduled at 4.35pm AEST next Saturday.
I’d expect the game will be live on 7 in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth. 7mate in Brisbane.

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Week commencing 22 September 2019


Sunday 22 September
Melbourne
11:30 AM VFLW Grand Final: WB v Coll
1:30 PM VFL: Grand Final: Richmond v Williamstown

Adelaide
02:30 PM SANFL: Grand Final

Perth
11:30 AM WAFL: WAFL Colts Grand Final
02:30 PM WAFL: Grand Final

07:00 PM Australia’s Got Talent Season Final
09:00 PM Sunday Night
10:00 PM Criminal Confessions: King County, Wa
12:00 AM Quantico E01 - E03 Season 3 Premiere
7Flix 10:30pm E04 - E10; 7Two 12:00 AM: E11 - E13

Monday 23 September
Sydney, Brisbane
07:30 PM Highway Patrol x 2 Rpt
08:30 PM Movie: Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) PREMIERE
11:00 PM The Latest: Seven News
11:30 PM Flights From Hell: Caught on Camera Rpt

Melbourne
07:30 PM AFL Brownlow Medal - Red Carpet
08:20 PM 2019 AFL Brownlow Medal
11:00 PM The Latest: Seven News
11:30 PM Flights From Hell: Caught on Camera Rpt

Adelaide
07:00 PM AFL Brownlow Medal - Red Carpet
07:50 PM 2019 AFL Brownlow Medal
10:30 PM The Latest: Seven News
11:00 PM Home And Away Rpt (7pm on 7Two)
11:30 PM Flights From Hell: Caught on Camera Rpt

Perth
07:00 PM 2019 AFL Brownlow Medal (Red carpet starts at 5:30pm on 7Mate)
09:00 PM Flashpoint
09:30 PM The Latest: Seven News
10:00 PM Highway Patrol x 2 Rpt
11:00 PM Home And Away Rpt (7pm on 7Two)
11:30 PM Flights From Hell: Caught on Camera Rpt

Tuesday 24 September
07:30 PM Special: Counting Down To Australia’s Top Dog
09:00 PM Special: I Am Patrick Swayze
11:00 PM The Latest: Seven News
11:30 PM Blindspot S4 E20
12:30 AM Talking Footy Season Final

Wednesday 25 September
07:30 PM The Chase Australia: Celebrity Specials E06 With Nazeem Hussain, Simon Burke, Lucy Durack and Merv Hughes.
08:40 PM Britain’s Got Talent - The Champions S1 E03
10:40 PM The Latest: Seven News
11:10 PM Surveillance Oz Rpt
11:40 PM Blindspot S4 E21

Thursday 26 September
07:00 PM Home And Away x 3

Sydney, Brisbane
08:30 PM Mighty Cruise Ships: Koningsdam
09:30 PM The Front Bar: Grand Final Edition Season Final
11:00 PM The Latest: Seven News
11:30 PM Mafia’s Greatest Hits Rpt

Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth
08:30 PM The Front Bar: Grand Final Edition Season Final
10:00 PM The Latest: Seven News
10:30 PM Mighty Cruise Ships: Koningsdam
11:30 PM Mafia’s Greatest Hits Rpt

Friday 27 September
07:00 PM Better Homes And Gardens
08:30 PM Movie: Dirty Dancing (1987)

Sydney, Brisbane
10:45 PM TBA

Melbourne, Adelaide
10:45 PM Armchair Experts: Grand Final Special
11:30 PM TBA

Perth
10:45 PM Armchair Experts: Grand Final Special
11:30 PM AFL: Grand Final: West Coast v Collingwood Rpt

Saturday 28 September
Melbourne
05:30 AM Footy’s Funniest Rpt

Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane
07:00 AM Weekend Sunrise
09:00 AM AFL Game Day
11:00 AM AFL Pre Game
02:00 PM AFL Grand Final

Adealide
06:30 AM Weekend Sunrise
08:30 AM AFL Game Day
10:30 PM AFL Pre Game
01:30 PM AFL Grand Final
05:30 PM TBA

Perth
05:00 AM Weekend Sunrise
07:00 AM AFL Game Day
09:00 AM AFL Pre Game
12:00 PM AFL Grand Final
03:00 PM TBA

Network
06:00 PM Seven News
07:00 PM Movie: Harry Potter And The Philosopher’s Stone (2001)
10:00 PM Movie: The November Man (2014)

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It’s disappointing Seven has not yet rescheduled the season finale of Dogs Behaving (Very) Badly in AFL states. Will the show’s fans in those regions have to watch the finale on 7plus? The next best chance will be NRL Grand Final night on October 6.

What is Seven thinking by showing a new season of Quantico not only across three channels, but with new episodes simultaneously on two channels? That is one of the worst pieces of programming I have ever seen.

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Quantico is simultaneously on 3 channels e.g. at midnight E01 is on 7, E05 is on 7Flix (stating at 11:30) and E11 is on 7Two.

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Really? Does anyone care?

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I should be able to record them all on the Fetch box. I’m assuming this may not be available on demand on 7Plus.

Richmond will face Williamstown in the decider. It is scheduled to start at 3pm which should leave enough time for post-match presentations before the 6pm news, unlike last year when they were shown on 7mate when the news was on the main channel.

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Does anyone know how to watch this in Victoria?

You should be able to watch it on 7plus.

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It must be to fulfill a contractual obligation, i.e. they have to broadcast the episodes once before rights expire

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