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JULY 2017

JUSTICE

IS SERVED

IN A TELEVISION

FIRST, AUSTRALIA’S

BUSIEST COURTROOMS

OPEN THEIR DOORS

HORN vs

PACQUIAO

WHY HOMEGROWN

HERO JEFF HORN IS

READY TO KNOCK OUT

A BOXING LEGEND

THRONE WARS

It’s back! Game of Thrones makes its explosive return with the most shocking

plots yet, and one big question: will Daenerys take the Iron Throne?

COMMON SENSE: YOUR GUIDE TO THE HOT NEW SHOW FROM THE CREATORS OF

GOGGLEBOX AUSTRALIA ● KILLER MOVE: TOM HARDY THRILLS IN PERIOD DRAMA TABOO


CONTENTS

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10

JULY

Welcome

It’s finally here! To celebrate

the return of epic series

Game of Thrones, join us

for a tour of the Belfast set,

where we speak to the cast

and crew about what to

expect. Star Kit Harington

says Jon Snow is a changed

man when the series returns:

“Now that he is King in the

North, people take notice.”

A bloody stir awaits!

If, like me, you need a bit

of a refresher before season

seven on July 17, seasons

one to six are available on

demand right now.

Closer to home, we give

you a rarely seen look into

one of Australia’s busiest

local courts in fascinating

new documentary series

Court Justice: Sydney.

And from the producers

of the utterly delightful

Gogglebox Australia comes

brand new fly-on-the-wall

program Common Sense.

We also talk to boxer

Jeff Horn as the Australian

prepares to take on legend

Manny Pacquiao.

What a month!

ON THE COVER

10 Throne wars

It’s back! Game of Thrones makes

its explosive return with the most

shocking plots yet, and one big

question: will Daenerys take the

Iron Throne?

22 Justice is served

In a television first, Australia’s busiest

courtrooms open their doors

28 Killer move

Tom Hardy thrills in new period

drama Taboo

30 Common Sense

Your guide to the hot new show from

the creators of Gogglebox Australia

48 Horn vs Pacquiao

Why homegrown hero Jeff Horn is

ready to knock out a boxing legend

MUST WATCH

18 Suits them well

As Suits returns for season seven,

stars Rick Hoffman and Sarah Rafferty

switch it up for our exclusive shoot

26 The lessons I’ve learnt

Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey

shares the big things her guests

have taught her over the years

32 Holiday adventure

Musical sequel Descendants 2 kicks

off our school holiday family special

34 Talk to the animals

Our month-long celebration of all

creatures great and small returns with

Animal Planet’s Pet Month and more

36 Becoming Vera

Brenda Blethyn is back as unorthodox

DCI Stanhope in season seven of Vera

40 Return to Middle Earth

Journey back to the sweeping vistas

of New Zealand with a dedicated

pop-up channel featuring The Lord

of the Rings and The Hobbit films

SPORT

50 A rivalry reborn

Tennis’s top seeds go head-to-head

this month to steal Wimbledon glory

from defending champion Andy Murray

52 Circuit breakers

It’s a race to the Townsville 400 for

Australia’s best Supercars drivers

54 Great British tee off

The British Open makes its return

to England’s Royal Birkdale course

56 Sport extra

58 Live sport

62 Sport talk

63 Sky racing

Cait Taylor

Head of Editorial Content, Foxtel

REGULARS

4 In the know

7 Question time

8 Foxtel store and box office

38 Must-see movies

42 New this month

196 Channel guide

197 Crossword

201 Next month

202 The final say with...

LISTINGS

64 Week 1 (Jul 1-7)

94 Week 2 (Jul 8-14)

124 Week 3 (Jul 15-21)

154 Week 4 (Jul 22-31)

PHOTO (COVER AND MAIN): HBO. (OPPOSITE): BBC; GETTY IMAGES

2 FOXTEL JULY


Don’t miss these programs

THIS MONTH

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22

30

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COMMON SENSE

Wednesdays from July 5 at

7.30pm on Lifestyle [106]

From the people behind smash hit

Logie Award-winning observational

series Gogglebox Australia comes your

newest TV addiction, Common Sense.

Everyday Aussies will dissect and discuss

the biggest watercooler topics of the

week in news and current affairs – such

as Kim Kardashian’s (pictured) Paris

robbery – with friends and colleagues

from their workplace.

TABOO

PAGE

28

Mondays from July 17 at 9.30pm on BBC First [117]

Hollywood superstar Tom Hardy (pictured, Mad Max:

Fury Road) takes the lead in this dark drama he created

with the help of his father, Edward ‘Chips’ Hardy. The

series also reunites him with director Steven Knight

(Peaky Blinders). Plus, this compelling TV venture’s

first episode will be simulcast straight after the return

of Game of Thrones on showcase [114], so if you’re

not already, now’s the time to get hooked on Hardy.

COURT JUSTICE:

SYDNEY

Sundays from July 2 at 7.30pm

on Crime + Investigation [613]

The busiest courtrooms in Australia throw their

doors open for a fascinating first, allowing

cameras to go inside Sydney’s The Downing

Centre in this confronting new made-for-Foxtel

documentary series. Get an inside look at justice

in action and the people who enforce it.

PACQUIAO

vs HORN

LIVE Sunday July 2 at 11am

on MAIN EVENT [521]

Australian boxer Jeff Horn (pictured) gears up

for the fight of his career in front of his home

crowd as he takes on Filipino legend Manny

Pacquiao in a record-breaking Brisbane bout.

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18

SUITS (s7A)

EXPRESS Thursdays from July 13 at

8.30pm on Universal Channel [112]

As Louis and Donna on Suits, Rick

Hoffman and Sarah Rafferty make us

laugh every season, with their witty

banter never failing to elicit a chuckle.

That’s why, when we asked them to get

in character and switch things up for our

exclusive photo shoot, we knew they’d

have a lot of fun! While hamming it up

for the camera, the duo opened up

about their families and revealed their

nerve-racking auditions for the series.

PAGE

48


· YOUR FIRST STOP FOR ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

FOXTEL INSIDER

IN THE KNOW

FIRST

LOOK

MORE SHADY

ACTION

Jennifer Lopez is back keeping

the streets safe from bad guys

when Shades of Blue returns

When we left her in the cliffhanger season

two finale of Shades of Blue, Detective

Harlee Santos (Jennifer Lopez, pictured)

was on the brink of death following her

harrowing hostage ordeal at the hands

of Stahl (Warren Kole).

So it comes as a relief that when season

three of the popular crime drama returns

to Universal Channel [112] in 2018 our

heroine is fighting fit, as this first image

from the Brooklyn, New York set reveals.

Of course, Harlee wasn’t the only one

whose life was hanging by a thread, with

her partner Matt ‘Woz’ Wozniak shot at

point-blank range by desperate young

boy Adrian (Marquise Gary).

While little is known about the direction

next season will take, we can see Harlee

is back wielding a gun, bringing justice

to the mean city streets as part of the FBI’s

anti-corruption taskforce. But following

her terrifying near-death experience,

will we see a changed woman?

“[US network NBC] told us from the

beginning to push the limits,” Lopez, who

also has an executive producer role, says

of the hard-hitting series. “And we haven’t

shied away from it.”

WORDS: CAROLYN HIBLEN; CAMERON BAYLEY. PHOTOS: DISNEY; GETTY IMAGES; GRAEME TAYLOR; HBO; SPLASH NEWS

DID YOU KNOW?

Get set for an all-singing, all-dancing night of entertainment as the

stars of Australia’s stage are honoured during The 2017 Helpmann

Awards LIVE Monday July 24 at 7.30pm on Foxtel Arts [133].

4 FOXTEL JULY


TAYLOR MADE

She may be the star of post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama

The 100 these days, but for former Neighbours favourite

Eliza Taylor, her Hollywood story got off to a rocky start.

Along with having her credit card skimmed shortly after

arriving in 2013, Taylor recalls meeting several “dodgy”

characters along the way that taught her to be more savvy.

“You get a million business cards and a lot of these

people are not what they say they are,” she explains.

“I had one guy – this is my favourite classic LA scenario

– he was saying to me, ‘You’re gorgeous, you’re a star.’

He gave me his card and it had a headshot on it and it said

actor/director/producer/podiatrist. I just went, ‘Oh my god,

you’re just a podiatrist, aren’t you?’ That was brilliant!”

Don’t miss Taylor when she returns as Clarke Griffin

in season four of The 100, Wednesdays from July 5

at 8.30pm on FOX8 [108].

GET THE MOST

OF FOXTEL

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access thousands of hours of content on

demand^? Read on to find out more…

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FIGHT CLUB

When Jay Ryan returns to our

screens next year in showcase

[114] local production Fighting

Season, he’s playing a very

different character than we’ve

seen from him before.

The former star of

US television series

Beauty and the Beast

appears as the second

in command of his

platoon in the war

drama, which revolves

around a group of

Australian soldiers

who return home from

Afghanistan following the

death of one of their own.

“It’s unravelling the

mystery of how, who and

why this soldier passed

overseas,” the father-of-one

tells Foxtel magazine. “I was

really intrigued by the notion

of the modern ANZAC soldier,

and seeing some of the

hurdles and challenges

they face in this era of war.”

MAKING FOOD FUN!

Food contest The Great Australian Bake Off is

gearing up for a third delicious outing and, for

judge Matt Moran, it can’t come soon enough!

Returning to the judging panel alongside

his long-time friend Maggie Beer and joined

by hosts Mel Buttle and Claire Hooper, chef

Moran says the easygoing foursome (pictured

from left) is the recipe for success – and laughs.

“It’s been hilarious,” he says of filming.

“We have a lot of fun, it’s a great little team.”

They have so much fun, in fact, that Moran

thinks a spin-off could be ratings gold.

“I’d love to do a TV show with Mel,” he says.

“She would be hysterical, taking her to little

country towns and meeting the locals about

product because she has no idea about food!”

The Great Australian Bake Off has its third

helping on Lifestyle FOOD [127] later this year.

WHY SHOULD I CONNECT

MY BOX TO THE INTERNET?

By connecting your internet-enabled iQ1,

iQ2 or iQ3 box to the internet you can access

a whole new world of content available to

you on demand and ready anytime you like.

WHAT CAN I WATCH ON DEMAND?

Depending on your current package, there

are thousands of TV episodes and movies just

waiting for you to explore at your convenience,

at no extra cost, including entire seasons of

your favourite series. Want more? Add a new

package, such as the DRAMA pack, to access

even more content – including smash hit

showcase [114] series Westworld (pictured).

HOW DO I CONNECT?

To access this on your TV, connect an ethernet

cable from your modem to your iQ box. If your

modem isn’t within reach, you can order

a powerline adapter through My Account and

use your household powerlines to connect your

box to the internet. iQ3 users can connect

through their wi-fi.

CAN I ACCESS MY FAVOURITE

SHOWS WHILE OUT AND ABOUT?

Yes, you can! Download the free^ Foxtel app

to your mobile, tablet or laptop, sign in with

your Foxtel ID and look for On Demand on the

homescreen to get started. Happy viewing.

If you don’t have the KIDS pack you’re missing out

on Tangled: The Series, Thursdays at 4.55pm on

Disney Channel [707]. Visit foxtel.com.au for info.

Catch up with Avery (Jonathan Jackson, pictured)

and co when Nashville (s5B) returns Wednesdays

from July 5 at 8.30pm on showcase [114].

FOXTEL JULY 5


FOXTEL INSIDER

SNEAK

PEEK

GOING FOR GOLD

Meet the new faces of Aussie Gold Hunters, WA

prospectors Ted and Lecky Mahoney. The married

couple of 25 years were thrilled to join the series’

second season, allowing cameras to follow them

on their search for the haul of a lifetime.

“Finding gold is getting harder and harder. Soon

there’s not going to be any left, so it’s something

that we’ll be able to show the grandkids,” Lecky says

of joining the cast. “It’s a hard industry to be in and

you really have to love it to make money in it.”

The pair mostly use metal detectors to seek out

their treasure. Their biggest haul to date is 1kg,

netting them $50,000. Not bad for a day’s work!

“It’s either baked beans or sirloin steak – there’s

no in-between!” Lecky says of the precarious nature

of their work. “But that’s what makes it exciting.”

So what advice do they have for aspiring gold

hunters? “You’ve gotta be organised,” Ted says.

“You need to be able to go a month without income.”

The second season premieres Thursday July 6 at

7.30pm on Discovery Channel [608].

HOUSEWIVES

LOVE-IN

She may have her own hit Housewives

franchise, but The Real Housewives of

Cheshire’s Tanya Bardsley admits she

can’t get enough of her Melbourne

counterparts, who will return to our

screens later this year.

“I’ve seen the first two seasons

and I love it,” she gushes. “I love

all the outfits, I love all the girls.

And I just love the look of

Australia – all that sunshine!”

In fact, she’s even planning a trip

Down Under at the end of the year,

where she hopes she’ll get the

chance to meet a few of them.

As for the new season of her own

series, which returns Sundays from

July 30 at 8.30pm on Arena [105],

Bardsley previews that things aren’t

going to be so sunny.

“It’s quite explosive!” she promises.

“I think it’s the best one yet.”

GOOD SPORTS

If there’s one awards show that hits it out

of the park – pun intended! – each year,

it’s the ESPYS. And with a stellar line-up

of sporting talent set to be honoured

in 2017 as the show celebrates its

25th anniversary, you can guarantee

this year will be no different.

Two-time Super Bowl

champion and five-time

NFL MVP Peyton Manning

(pictured) takes on hosting

duties, joined by a who’s

who of the sporting and

entertainment worlds.

Who will give LeBron James

a run for his money after he

cleaned up last year? Don’t

miss all the fun when the

awards ceremony airs live

from LA’s Microsoft Theater

on Thursday July 13 at

10am on ESPN [508].

o

Join presenter Bill Collins as his Golden

Years of Hollywood film picks continue

Saturdays at 8.30pm on FOX Classics [113].

Know an amazing AFL coach deserving of recognition?

Nominate them at foxtel.com.au/thankscoach and

they could attend our #ThanksCoach Masterclass.

6 FOXTEL JULY


QUESTION TIME

Jessica Mauboy

YOUR SAY

PHOTO: PETER BREW-BEVAN

The songbird takes fans through a musical

journey with her live tour, but when she’s not

onstage the performer loves to binge-watch

When I watch TV I must have… a pillow. I need

something comfortable to lean on to feel relaxed.

My favourite kind of TV program is… I love

comedy and I love true stories – you can get

really vulnerable and have a cry.

My current television obsession is…

Lifestyle and Lifestyle FOOD channels.

Luke Nguyen I love. Having gone to his

restaurant and now seeing it on the show

is amazing. E! is pretty awesome – I loved

Mariah’s World. I’m a huge fan. And all the

music channels. I’m a big movie binger, too.

My dream TV-watching companion is… I have to

say family or my partner [Themeli Magripilis] – we

always have good banter, but we don’t talk too much.

My first television crush was… Leonardo DiCaprio,

in the Growing Pains days. He’s still sexy! Even in

The Wolf of Wall Street, I was like, ‘Damn!’

If I could be in any show it would be… Law & Order:

Special Victims Unit. I could play a bad-arse cop!

The last time I cried watching TV was… The Choice.

I was sitting on the couch and Themeli walked in

and was like, ‘Are you okay?’ and I’m just blubbering.

I was so embarrassed but at the same time thought,

‘You know what, I’m enjoying this movie.’

If I had to choose between live TV, catching up in

On Demand or watching BoxSets, I prefer… That’s

hard! I’d have to say live – I love to be in the moment.

JESSICA MAUBOY: ALL THE HITS LIVE

Friday July 21 at 8pm on [V] Hits [801]

part of the ENTERTAINMENT pack

Picnic at

Hanging Rock

FORBIDDEN FUN

How good does this

[Taboo] look? Tom

Hardy in a loincloth...

Wendy Ryder,

via Facebook

BACK TO

THE FUTURE

Can’t wait for

[Picnic at Hanging

Rock]... Super excited!

Merryn P White,

via Facebook

LET IT RAIN

OMG so can’t wait

[for Outlander], this

droughtlander is

ridiculously long.

Priscilla Suckling,

via Facebook

Tell us what you think...

SITTING PRETTY

[Cersei sitting on the

GoT Iron Throne] is just

trying it for size, no way

she will stay there.

Natalie Anne,

via Facebook

OUTLANDISH

BEHAVIOUR

I could watch [Outlander]

over and over and over...

and over... and not get

sick of it! Cannot wait!

Duyen Khuu,

via Facebook

GoT IT RIGHT

Looking forward to

seeing Jon Snow...

Llyris Butcher,

via Facebook

Email: foxtel@mediumrarecontent.com or write to Foxtel

magazine, Suite 58, 26-32 Pirrama Road, Pyrmont NSW 2009,

and see p205 to have your say via our social media accounts.

FOXTEL JULY 7


FOXTEL INSIDER

STORE + BOX OFFICE

YOU CAN RENT NEW RELEASES FROM FOXTEL. HERE ARE OUR TOP FIVE PICKS FOR THIS MONTH

1KONG: SKULL

ISLAND (M)

STORE SESSIONS AND ON NEW JULY RELEASE

12

The jungle king takes to the screen once more,

proving there’s enough fright left in the big fella in this

reboot that accelerates Legendary Entertainment’s

MonsterVerse. Take a trip to his unchartered island

home in the South Pacific, which is also full of some

of the most impressive creatures CGI can create, as

a team of explorers led by Tom Hiddleston (pictured)

become stranded in a heart-stopping fight for survival.

4SMURFS:

THE LOST VILLAGE (G)

STORE ON JULY 5 AND NEW RELEASE SESSIONS ON JULY 19

Smurfette (Demi Lovato) takes centrestage in this sequel that sends her

on an adventure with her best blue friends. The discovery of a mysterious

map leads them to uncover the biggest secret in Smurf history!

LIFE (MA 15+)

STORE ON JULY 12 AND

NEW RELEASE SESSIONS ON JULY 26

Six astronauts face an out-of-this-world threat

in this tense sci-fi flick. Despite a serious concept,

the press tour focus fell on the bromance of stars

Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal (pictured),

and almost eclipsed the film entirely. In one

interview Reynolds even joked his friend makes

a better chef than his wife, actress Blake Lively.

THE BOSS BABY (G)

STORE AND NEW RELEASE

SESSIONS ON JULY 12

Any new parent will say their baby rules the

roost, with feeding times dictating sleep

patterns (or lack thereof), but perhaps your

adorable bub has more sinister motives.

At least that’s what seven-year-old Tim

(Miles Christopher Bakshi) is sure of when

his suit-wearing baby brother

(Alec Baldwin) arrives via

a taxi carrying a briefcase.

Sibling rivalry must be put

aside though as Boss Baby

is actually a spy on a secret

mission to save the world. 2

GHOST IN THE SHELL (M)

STORE AND NEW RELEASE

SESSIONS ON JULY 26

Scarlett Johansson (pictured) copped flack

when she took on the role of a Japanese

hero for this anime remake, but controversy

didn’t stop viewers flocking to see it.

HOW TO ACCESS MOVIE RENTALS

■ Access the latest new release movies from the comfort of

your home. Foxtel Store is your own DVD store straight to your

TV, open 24 hours a day, with no return hassles. To find out how,

visit foxtel.com.au/foxtelstore

WORDS: LEIGH LIVINGSTONE. PHOTOS: DREAMWORKS; PARAMOUNT PICTURES; SONY PICTURES; WARNER BROS

8 FOXTEL JULY


REAL CRIMES. REAL JUSTICE.

COURT

JUSTICE

SYDNEY

CHANNEL 613

JUDGEMENT DAY JULY 2


The

END

NIGH

is

As season seven premieres, we take a trip to the

Belfast set of Game of Thrones to chat to the cast

about the power positioning now falling into place

10 FOXTEL JULY


COVER STORY

GAME OF THRONES (s7)

EXPRESS Mondays from July 17 at 11am, ENCORE at 8.30pm

on showcase [114] available in the DRAMA pack

WORDS: JIM MALONEY. PHOTOS: MARC HOM/SNAPPER MEDIA/TRUNK ARCHIVE; HBO

Every year we await the return

of Game of Thrones, but this

season our anticipation is sky

high. With just two seasons to

go, things are building to a climax.

Season six’s shocking final episode

saw Cersei Lannister (Lena Headey)

seize the Iron Throne following the

death of son Tommen (Dean-Charles

Chapman), Jon Snow (Kit Harington,

pictured above with Sophie Turner as

Sansa Stark) now appointed as King in

the North and Daenerys (Emilia Clarke,

pictured left) finally setting sail toward

Westeros with a combined force to take

on the Lannisters in what will be the

mother of all battles! And when we say

‘mother’, this season really is about

powerful women. While last year had

them in the ascendency, this time they

are at the top of their game.

This is a season where all is not as it

seems. The cast, as always, are sworn to

secrecy and are increasingly adept at

giving little away, but that didn’t stop

us from pushing them when Foxtel

magazine went on location in Belfast.

“Season seven starts with a sense of

‘down to business’ for Jon Snow,” says

Harington during a break in filming.

Kitted out in his familiar leather garb

and with his trademark flowing hair, he

looks every inch the hero. “The world is

ending and he knows it’s in real danger,

but at least he’s in a place where he can

start addressing that in a real way and

having people listen to him when he is

warning them.”

He continues, “At the end of season

six, he had just been clanking at the

door. But now he is King in the North,

people take notice. He didn’t ask for

the title but he knows what it means

to his cause, which is that he can now

start getting stuff done and start trying

to save and protect people, and do what

he has been trying to do for ages.”

Game of Thrones fans know that the

producers don’t blanch at killing off

popular characters – from the good

(Ned Stark) to the bad (Ramsay Bolton)

and the cuddly (Hodor) – but Jon Snow

appears to have been a step too far for

them after he was brought back to life

by Melisandre (Carice van Houten) at

the start of last season.

Cast members must live in fear of

the phone call from bigwigs DB Weiss

and David Benioff inviting them ‘for

dinner’, because it means they’ll be told

that their character will die. But surely

Harington feels safe now with the

thought they can’t kill him twice?

“Er… no. I don’t actually,” he reveals.

“I can’t tell you too much [about] what

happens, but I felt safe in season six

because I thought it would be bad

storytelling to kill me the season

FOXTEL JULY 11


12 FOXTEL JULY

“[SANSA] FEELS

SHE DESERVES

THE TITLE OF

QUEEN IN THE

NORTH... ALL

SHE WANTS IS

THE RESPECT”

– Sophie Turner


COVER STORY

after I’d been resurrected. As for seasons

beyond, it’s back to business. And he

is in mortal danger like everyone else.”

Turner reveals that Sansa is out for

herself this season and that she isn’t

happy to take a back seat to Jon Snow.

“Sansa went a bit dark last season. She

is very strong and steely this season,”

Turner says. “She is less sympathetic

toward people. She’s kind of in it for

herself and she will do anything to get

what she wants. Whether that means

going even darker, you’ll have to see.

But it’s a very exciting season for her.”

Does Sansa feel conflicted in her

loyalty to Jon because he has now been

hailed King in the North, and perhaps

she would be better suited to that role?

“Yeah. I think she definitely feels left

out,” Turner offers. “There’s a jealousy

there. She feels she deserves the title of

Queen in the North and it’s an injustice

that she hasn’t been recognised for

what she did,” she confirms. “Not only

are the Northerners in general not

backing her, but neither is Jon. I think

if Jon was appreciative and spoke to

her about it then she wouldn’t have

a problem with all the Northern Lords

not bowing down to her. All she wants

is the respect of her brother.”

Aged just 13 when she first started

playing Sansa, Turner, who is now 21,

has grown to admire her character.

“It really feels like Sansa and I have

grown up together,” she says. “She is

like another part of me, which I unlock.

Playing her throughout my formative

[years] has meant that I can’t help but

be influenced by her. I look up to her in

many ways. She’s the strongest character

I’ve ever had the opportunity to play.”

Turner continues, “She will keep

on fighting and not let patriarchy or

anything like that stand in her way.

But she is also very adaptable to every

situation, which is a wonderful trait to

have, because in this world of Westeros

you really need that in order to survive.

But at the same time she is headstrong

and knows what she wants.”

Despite the shroud of secrecy on

the set, we were granted an extremely

rare opportunity to watch some filming

for season seven. And what we saw

certainly raised our excitement levels.

In a tense scene, Daenerys, Tyrion

(Peter Dinklage), Theon (Alfie Allen),

Yara Greyjoy (Gemma Whelan) and

Olenna Tyrell (Diana Rigg) talk about

how they will attempt to take on Cersei

and the Lannisters. Daenerys’ trusted

aide, Missandei (Nathalie Emmanuel),

is clearly gaining in confidence, boldy

giving her opinion without being asked.

But if Daenerys does become Queen,

will she be a force for good or bad?

Her ruthless side was shown when

Opposite (from

top): Cersei and

her twin Jaime

finally have the

power they’ve

always wanted,

but will Jaime

stand by his

unhinged

lover/sister?;

Daenerys and

her dragons

are ready to

take on their

enemies this

season. Left:

there’s tension

brewing in

the North as

Littlefinger

attempts to

manipulate

young Sansa

BEHIND

BATTLE LINES

⊲ The magnificent Battle of the Bastards

last season, between the armies of

Jon Snow and Ramsay Bolton for control

of Winterfell, was an epic which took

25 days to film, requiring 500 extras

and 70 specially-trained stunt horses

flown in from Eastern Europe that are

taught to fall on command.

⊲ The 20-minute sequence took longer

to film than it does an entire episode.

⊲ Liam Cunningham, who portrays

the former Hand to Stannis Baratheon

(Stephen Dillane), Ser Davos Seaworth,

couldn’t believe it when he was told

what the battle would entail. “Miguel

Sapochnik, who directed it, showed us

a very basic preliminary animation with

stick figures of what the finished article

might look like,” he recalls. “And then

we were told how many days we had

to shoot it and I remember thinking to

myself, ‘You’re kidding me, we will

never be able to do all that.’ But the

organisation of it was amazing. It was

extraordinary to be involved in.”

⊲ Harington was terrified when he had

to fall to the ground and pretend to

suffocate under the crush of dying

men. “I have a genuine fear of being

crushed,” he shares. “If I’m at a festival

and it gets a bit too crowded, I start

to panic. So to have 15 bearded, bulky

Northern Irishmen crushing me was

an uncomfortable experience!”

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SECRETS

FROM THE SET

Going behind the scenes in the Belfast

studios and meeting the people who

create the ‘magic’ provides wonderful

insight into how the biggest TV drama

on the planet is made.

“We have six stages in all,” says

construction manager Tom Martin.

“The sets built (exampled above)

include the Lannisters’ private quarters,

the small council chamber, Tyrion’s

bedchamber and, new for season

seven, Cersei’s private bedchamber,

now that she is Queen.” Her four-poster

bed is regally draped in gold brocade.

Another part of the cavernous stages

houses the iconic Iron Throne, with its

interlocking sheaths of swords. “It was

designed by Gemma Jackson, our

original production designer, but there

are a lot of people involved in the overall

look,” Martin explains. “It was made

on-site by Gavin Jones, our modeller.”

The prop store is an eye-opening

spectacle of arms, heads and even

tongues – all prosthetic, we are happy

to report – along with drinking glasses,

cutlery and shelf after shelf of scrolls.

“We have 5000 scrolls here – which

is a lot of scrolls to make,” says assistant

prop master Bob Orr. “And we are only

halfway through. There are a lot of

people making scrolls all day, every day.”

Inside the armoury, weapons master

Tommy Dunne and his team are making

numerous shields. “It’s for a sequence

in Spain for season seven,” he explains.

“We make a variety of weapons here

– crossbows, longbows, composite bows

and all sorts of spears. As for swords, we

make broad swords, épées and rapiers,

and we do various versions from proper

metal to rubber and foam versions for

safety when used in battle scenes.”

Above: the fully

grown dragons

will play a big

role this year,

something fans

have eagerly

anticipated.

Opposite (from

top): after last

season’s bloody

battle, trusted

allies Tormund

(Kristofer Hivju)

and Jon Snow

must now face

the White Walker

threat head-on;

loyal supporter

Brienne of Tarth

(Gwendoline

Christie) may

finally get to

fulfill her oath

to the Stark

girls’ mother

she set the temple of the Dosh Khaleen

on fire, killing the Khals. And it was only

Tyrion’s intervention that stopped her

from impetuously razing the Slavers

cities to the ground after he persuaded

her to try diplomacy and not become

like her late father, the ‘Mad King’.

“With the Targaryens, it’s the toss of

a coin how they’ll behave,” says Clarke.

“It’s either one or the other. And I think

that this season she is exploring every

avenue that her blood line has been to.

People have an idea of what her father

was. Everyone has a vague idea of what

her brother was. And she knows what

both those things are. It could be easy

to do something rash.”

While Cersei and Daenerys battle

for what they believe is their place on

the Iron Throne, Jon Snow is now also

closer to the seat of power. But Sansa’s

experiences have seen her mature into

an independent young woman. Will

she be content playing second fiddle

to her half-brother, who we now know

is actually her cousin? After all, it was

her recruitment of the Knights of the

Vale that reclaimed Winterfell when

Ramsay Bolton’s (Iwan Rheon) army

looked like defeating Jon and Sansa’s.

The suggestion from the calculating

Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen) that she be

the new Lady of Winterfell is attractive,

but does she want more and would that

ambition and possible resentment lead

to her betraying Jon?

Sansa may have said good riddance

to the evil presence of one-time husband

Ramsay – eaten alive by his own dogs as

she watched on with satisfaction – but

a far more formidable figure is looming

large. The chilling Night King was

given more prominence towards the

end of last season when his origin was

revealed. He’d been an ordinary soldier

who was transformed into a zombie-like

state when a dragonglass dagger was

plunged into his chest by the Children

of the Forest. As the first of the terrifying

White Walkers and the most deadly,

he has the potential to fatally fraught

anyone’s plans and ambitions.

It’s been rumoured that we’ll see the

return of another possible claimant to

the throne who hasn’t been seen since

season three. Gendry (Joe Dempsie),

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“WITH THE

TARGARYENS,

IT’S THE TOSS

OF A COIN HOW

THEY’LL BEHAVE...

IT COULD BE

EASY TO DO

SOMETHING

RASH”

– Emilia Clarke

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a blacksmith and the illegitimate son

of King Robert Baratheon, was freed

from jail in Dragonstone by Ser Davos

(Liam Cunningham) and rowed back

to King’s Landing, not to be seen since.

When we chatted to Dempsie last

year about his role as Rob Elliot in the

whodunnit TV drama One of Us, he said,

“When I left Game of Thrones I thought

the character would be revisited and it’s

unlike them not to tie up loose ends.

Three years down the line and I’m still

waiting. I would love to go back but

I just don’t know.”

That was last August. A month later

he was reportedly seen at the airport

in Belfast, where most of GoT is filmed.

It seems he has finally stopped rowing!

Along with the exciting possibility

that Dempsie will return, we’ll also see

some newcomers to the ever shrinking

and expanding cast this year, including

veteran British actor Jim Broadbent as

an archmaester, believed to be Maester

Marwyn, who has great knowledge

about magic and the human body. He

reportedly shot most of his scenes with

John Bradley, who plays Samwell Tarly.

And singer Ed Sheeran will also make

a cameo in an undisclosed role.

Plus, Sherlock’s Mark Gatiss reprises

his role as representative of the Iron

Bank Tycho Nestoris, who we last saw

in season five. It is said he travels to

King’s Landing to tell Cersei that the

Crown’s debt to the Iron Bank is due.

But we can only imagine he will get

small change with her!

Although past events may give an

indication of what’s to come in the

Opposite: Cersei

lost her children

but has the Iron

Throne – can she

keep it? Right:

Daenerys and

Queen’s Hand

Tyrion Lannister

will finally cross

paths with more

key characters

this season

penultimate outing, memorable scenes

such as last year’s breathtaking Battle

of the Bastards will be firmly put in the

shade suggests Jon Snow in a trailer

for season seven. “There is only one

war that matters,” he warns ominously.

“The Great War. And it is here.”

However, before he can fight that war,

there is a long-hoped-for, but possibly

tense, meeting with Daenerys to get

out of the way. Leaked images from set

had fans in a stir because they showed

characters Jon Snow, Daenerys and

Tyrion finally meeting on a beach. Can

they put their differences aside to work

together? It could be the perfect pairing

– they are family after all!

But will Clarke be disappointed if

Daenerys doesn’t eventually become

Queen in the 13 remaining episodes?

“Yes, definitely,” she smiles. “But it’s

been lovely and fulfilling to play one

of many strong, powerful women on

the show. It’s a woman’s world now!”

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Suits

them well

Donna and Louis make us laugh until we cry on Suits, so when their roles

were reversed for our exclusive shoot the results were, well, hilarious

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T

here’s a definite sparkle in

Rick Hoffman’s eye when

he enters the room. It’s the

same sparkle Suits fans see

when his character Louis Litt

shares in hilariously witty banter with

straight-shooting executive assistant

Donna Paulsen (Sarah Rafferty), a woman

he greatly admires.

But the spring in Hoffman’s tired step

(he and a jet-lagged Rafferty rose early)

has nothing to do with Donna. It has

to do with a special little two-year-old.

“You think you know love, and

people tell you, but he is everything,”

the proud father-of-one smiles as he

shows off photos of his son during

Foxtel magazine’s exclusive shoot

at Sydney’s Ivy Penthouse suite.

“What time is it? I need to keep an eye

on the time because I haven’t spoken

to him in three days and I need to call

him before his bedtime in Canada.”

Bang on 1pm the actor dials in to his

little man for an international chat. The

only traces of this down-to-earth star’s

character is in the love they both have

for a child – an admirable trait fans of

the program got to see glimpses of in

season six when lawyer Litt went all

in to support his pregnant architect

girlfriend Tara Messer (Carly Pope).

“I really do miss him,” Hoffman says

of his son, whose name he prefers to

keep private. The feeling is mutual for

his co-star Rafferty.

“It is hard being away from them, they

are my whole life,” the actress offers of

her two daughters, Oona Gray, nine, and

five-year-old Iris Friday, with her stock

research analyst husband of 16 years,

Aleksanteri Olli-Pekka ‘Santtu’ Seppälä.

Away from filming, the actors reveal

that the “Suits kids” are close, as are the

series’ stars. Rafferty and leading man

Gabriel Macht – who portrays Harvey

Specter – have a friendship that spans

22 years. She’s also close with his

Australian wife, actress Jacinda Barrett

– the woman behind Suits’ Zoe Lawford.

Patrick J Adams’ wife, Troian Bellisario,

of Pretty Little Liars fame, has also

appeared in Suits, as has Macht’s father,

Stephen. Hoffman’s mum and dad did

a cameo as Louis’s parents via Skype.

Needless to say there’s a cheekiness

and an ease between Hoffman and

Rafferty as they candidly chat with us.

Above: Macht

(left) reveals his

character Harvey

wears up to 10

different looks

each episode.

Creator Aaron

Korsh says he

cast Adams

(right) as Mike

because of his

intelligent eyes.

Opposite: firm

friends Hoffman

and Rafferty love

the role reversal

shoot and ham

it up for the

camera

“Are they your roo balls?” Rafferty

says, gesticulating and accidentally

brushing her hand against Hoffman’s

pants pocket. The pair laugh. “Yes,

I did buy him kangaroo balls…”

Get ready for one hell of a ride!

You’ve just done our photo shoot

where the roles were reversed,

with Louis being at Donna’s beck

and call this time. How was that?

Sarah Rafferty: So much fun!

Rick Hoffman: Great concept!

If Louis bought Donna a gift and

vice versa, what would they buy?

Hoffman: Tickets to the hottest

Broadway show to tie in with her

love of theatre.

Rafferty: Donna would take Louis on

a yoga retreat in Costa Rica. She would

take him on a spiritual journey where

he would meet a guru and lose some of

his neuroticism, and learn how to get

out of his own way.

Hoffman: Now you’re talking about me!

Rafferty: No! Donna would take Louis

to drink iowaska, that drink where you

hallucinate.

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Hoffman: That would be funny to watch.

Rafferty: Donna would get joy out of

watching Louis do something like that.

HOFFMAN WEARS MJ BALE SUIT, SHIRT AND TIE. RAFFERTY WEARS BY JOHNNY DRESS

Suits is filmed in Toronto, Canada.

How have you adjusted to life there?

Rafferty: I go back and forth [to LA].

It’s amazing, but it’s a logistical

nightmare for my husband because

he is a businessman, he takes care of

the finances and all that so it’s a lot on

him. But it’s such a rich experience.

It’s great for the kids – they are flexible

and super-game people.

Hoffman: It’s amazing. I have known

her oldest one since she was three and

she is now nine. The adjustments that

had to be made weren’t easy at first for

Sarah, Gina [Torres] or Gabriel. I can’t

imagine it. Before having a child I didn’t

know what they were dealing with.

Rafferty: But they have this great sense

of community, right? They have all the

other kids that are ‘Suits kids’. It’s such

a perfect time in our lives when they are

little. It’s their formative years and it’s

amazing. I love to say I have three sisters

in real-life, but I have three brothers

[Hoffman, Macht and Adams] that

I have earned from this experience.

You like to protect your families

from the public and there’s huge

interest in co-star Meghan Markle

dating Prince Harry. Do you think

you are more protected living in

Canada as opposed to LA?

Hoffman: It’s a different animal now.

It was that way [in the beginning] and

maybe for each of us it’s a little different.

I believe you develop extra awareness,

because I’m always surprised someone

is watching what I’m doing – whether

it’s a walk to Starbucks or to go right

next door to the grocery store. But I’d

never exchange it because it’s just what

happens when you achieve a goal, to

be on a successful show.

Suits was a slow burn, but now it

seems like everyone is watching…

Hoffman: Hearing you talk about it in

this way is an out of body experience

for me because I was always listening

to other actors say that and I would

think, ‘Wow, what a lucky experience

they are having, what an unbelievable

break’ and that’s what this has been.

I still can’t believe it.

Above: Hoffman

and Rafferty

would love to

keep working

on Suits.

Below: things

are looking more

legally legit for

Rachel (Markle),

and Mike (Adams)

is back at law

firm Pearson

Specter Litt as

long as he can

continue to do

pro bono cases.

Opposite: would

Louis cope with

being Donna’s

lackey?

“I’m always surprised someone is

watching what I’m doing... But I’d

never exchange it ”– Rick Hoffman

Let’s cast your minds back. What do

you remember about your audition?

Hoffman: For my audition, [producer]

Aaron [Korsh] was in the room and he

relaxed me because he mentioned a job

I had before. Usually those rooms are

cold, but it felt warm. I thought, ‘Okay

he is going to pay attention at least’.

I was relaxed enough to try what I do

best and I went on to studio and network

testing, where you have tons of people

staring at you in the dark.

Rafferty: I didn’t walk into an audition

room. I sent a tape off. I didn’t meet

anybody until I got there. It was crazy.

Did you feel like you nailed your

part in the audition process?

Hoffman: Absolutely not! Once we

finished the network test in front of

20 executives, it was between me and

three other men. Then the [network]

president decided to take so much time

to decide. Usually you find out that day,

but we had to wait 10 gruelling days.

Rafferty: I don’t want to go back there!

Hoffman: I had not worked steadily

for a while. So when I got that call

I was rolling around hysterically in

public crying.

Rafferty: We all have these stories. My

husband and I have the dumbest ritual.

Even now, six years in, when we watch

Suits we never fast-forward through the

credits. We go all the way and look at

everyone’s names. I take a gratitude

moment, I think, ‘Hang on, you dreamed

of this – you asked, you worked hard,

you suffered humiliations to get there.’

The process Rick talks about is brutal,

I actually feel sick talking about it.

Season eight hasn’t been green lit

yet, are you ready for a change?

Hoffman: I don’t know why you would

say, ‘I don’t feel like going on’. This is

like winning the lottery. You win once to

get the job, you win twice when the show

gets picked up and then the third lottery

ticket is what we have right now.

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YOURSELF

Groundbreaking documentary series Court Justice: Sydney takes viewers inside

Australia’s busiest courtrooms, to see ordinary people facing their judgement day

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A

plumber. A housewife.

A priest. Every year, more

than 30,000 people stand

before the magistrate at

Downing Centre Court

in Sydney. Charged with anything from

drink driving to assault to trespassing,

their future lies squarely in the hands

of the law enforcers.

Downing Centre Chief Magistrate,

Judge Graeme Henson, believes it is

time for courts to open the doors and

stop “living behind the wall”. In an

Australian television first he’s allowed

cameras inside Sydney’s busiest court.

The result is a gripping, 10-episode

series, made especially for Foxtel,

called Court Justice: Sydney.

Judge Henson and the show’s

executive producer, Michael Cordell,

explain – in their own words – what

viewers can expect to see with that

wall removed.

Michael Cordell,

Executive Producer

I’ve been trying to get this series up

for more than 10 years. Getting into

the local courts has been a long, slow

process. I just think courtrooms are

eternally fascinating. It’s the place

where bad behaviour meets society’s

rules, so there’s inherent drama in that.

We were in there for six weeks or

a little bit longer. The way we set up

the cameras was very, very unobtrusive.

I never got the sense that any of the

magistrates performed for the camera.

Some magistrates are more colourful

than others. Some have wonderful

turns of phrase or a subtle raising

of the eyebrow, a slightly exasperated

expression when someone claims

they didn’t do something when

perhaps they did.

We always knew it was going to be

difficult to get people to agree to let

us film their cases. We had a five or

10 per cent strike rate.

In one case, a professional boxer

was up on a serious assault charge.

He had a deep conviction that he

hadn’t done anything wrong and

was actually defending a friend

from a very serious assault. Because

he was convinced he was innocent, he

was happy for us to film the case.

The stories that fascinate me are

those that present themselves in one

way but, as the case unfolds, it turns out

to be something completely different.

There’s a fantastic story where

a woman in a housing commission

apartment is charged with breaking

her AVO [apprehended violence order]

and of saying really horrible things to

her neighbour. He quotes her verbatim.

You look at this woman and you think,

‘Oh my god, how could those vile words

pour from her mouth?’ Then presented

to the court is a telephone recording

of those very words. But there’s an

extraordinary twist.

There are some serious cases where

people are sent to jail. But at times, it’s

the smaller, more inconsequential cases

that have greater emotional impact.

There’s a great story about a Sydney

cabbie who was charged with stopping

his cab in a no stopping zone near the

[Sydney] Opera House. We did some

filming with him before he went into

court and he was surprisingly emotional

about it. He explained that he’d been

driving cabs for 27 years and he had

never been charged once, that he prided

himself on his professionalism and

that he was forced to stop in the zone.

He actually started crying.

I think it’s incredibly important

for people to see the justice system

in action. I think it will give people

a deeper faith in the law and in our

courts. I think people will get a sense

of what a difficult job magistrates

have. But most importantly I think

it will remind people that behaving

badly has consequences.

I often say to people, if you’ve got

some time to kill and you want to be

fascinated and entertained, go and

spend a few hours in a local court.

Because you see an extraordinary

range of people and really surprising

stories that are sometimes funny,

sometimes distressing and sometimes

really revealing – seeing good and

bad behaviour in all its glory.

THE LAW

ACCORDING

TO HENSON

THE CHIEF MAGISTRATE SHARES

HIS TOP FIVE COURT THOUGHTS

1

A MAGISTRATE’S DUTY

“Courts exist to protect the

community, so in effect we represent

the whole of society.”

2 DISAPPOINTMENT

IN REOFFENDERS

“The objective of every sentencing

exercise is to impose an outcome

so that the person will change their

approach to society and to the law,

and you’ll never see them again.”

3

NO MATTER WHAT YOUR JOB

NOBODY IS ABOVE THE LAW

“Before the court everybody’s equal

before the law.”

4

IF PARENTS ARE PRESENT

IN THE COURTROOM

SUPPORTING THEIR CHILDREN

“I feel more confident in sentencing.

You feel that they have invested enough

time, love and affection in bringing up

that child and they haven’t let them go.”

5

ALCOHOL IS INVOLVED

IN A LOT OF CASES

“Yes, it’s significant. If you take alcohol

away – and I’m not suggesting that you

should – then the workload of the

courts would probably halve.”

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Judge Graeme Henson,

Chief Magistrate

Most people who appear before the

court are generally law-abiding people

who’ve made a wrong choice, whether

they’ve drunk too much or just done

something on the spur of the moment.

More than 60 per cent of people who

break the law never break it again.

People are nervous in court,

particularly if they’re unrepresented.

I’ve been called ‘your majesty’. They

call you ‘mate’. I remind them that

I am not their mate.

Some people represent themselves

because they think that lawyers are

expensive or that after watching

something on TV, in a courtroom

environment, somehow, magically,

they’ve acquired the skills of a seasoned

advocate. Sometimes people think that

the offence is not that serious and they

don’t need a lawyer. Often the issues

are very simple. You don’t need to be

a high-class, high-quality lawyer to

explain what you want to say to a court.

I’m not a person disposed to anger

and it’s the worst thing you can ever

take into a courtroom. Being calm,

objective and considerate, those are

part of the tools of the trade. Even

if you personally dislike something,

you have to apply the law.

When you find people not guilty,

their reaction is generally very muted.

When you are using legal terms that

the general public don’t readily

understand, sometimes they have

difficulty following the trial. You get

some people ‘excited’ when you send

them to jail. Some of my colleagues talk

about being sworn at, having people

leap out of the dock and try to run out

of the door. But from my experience,

which is more than 25 years, if you

explain to somebody why you’re

coming to the decision and you talk

to them, rather than just the lawyers,

generally speaking, they accept it.

To send someone to jail when they’ve

never been before is a huge decision.

I spent three years on the Goulburn

circuit. Every month I’d go to Goulburn

jail [Goulburn Correctional Centre] to

deal with offences that were committed

within the jail itself. They are extremely

forbidding places and you need to

understand how detrimental it is, not

just to people’s life experiences, but

also with what happens to them after

they’re released from jail.

Occasionally you do lie awake at

night thinking about cases. Like child

pornography matters, and care and

protection matters, domestic violence,

things like that, yes, you do worry about

them. These are people that are part

of your community and this sort of

conduct seems to be on the increase

rather than the decrease. And you do

worry about where we’re headed as

a society. But in general, there are not

too many cases that would occupy your

quieter moments after you leave work.

Most of the time you close the door

quietly behind you and go home.

“To send someone

to jail when they’ve

never been before

is a huge decision”

– Judge Graeme Henson

From left: Deputy Chief Magistrate Christopher

O’Brien, Chief Magistrate Graeme Henson and

Deputy Chief Magistrate Jane Mottley

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Oprah Winfrey

She’s the talk show queen whose advice people seek out and take as gospel, but as

Winfrey reveals, her programs are as much therapy for her as they are for her guests

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One of the big themes that I came away with

from The Oprah Winfrey Show, interviewing

thousands of guests, is that everybody is

actually striving to be whole. Even in your own

life when you think about it, you’re not looking

for perfection, you’re looking for wholeness,

you’re looking for that which completes you.

I have learnt how to heal from listening to

guests on my show. I never had a day’s therapy

because I had it all in front of my audience,

listening to so many people share their truth

and how they overcame their struggles. There

were also hundreds of therapists I interviewed

over the years so I did a lot of healing work

through other people’s dysfunctional stories.

What I learnt from that was I don’t have a lot

of rage and I am not an angry person. So when

I recently played Deborah Lacks [in showcase

telemovie The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks]

it took a lot to feel the rage and pain and fury

that Deborah carried with her on a daily basis.

I think I’d be the same person now even

if I hadn’t become famous. Fame is a very

interesting thing, because it is something

that happens outside of you, and you are

only famous based on how other people

view you. I understand that when I walk

into a space, people know my name. But

I’m the same person that I would have been

if I ended up being the fourth grade teacher

that I once hoped to become – and I think

I would have been a dynamic fourth grade

teacher, too!

I try to use my power for good. There is really

only one kind of power that matters and that is

authentic power. I read a book called The Seat

of the Soul by Gary Zukav and he says when

your personality comes to serve the energy

of your soul, that is authentic power. We are

all here to live up to the altruistic expression

of ourselves so you must be aligned with the

real reason you are here on earth.

“FAME IS A VERY

INTERESTING

THING... YOU ARE

ONLY FAMOUS

BASED ON HOW

OTHER PEOPLE

VIEW YOU”

I learnt as much from failure as success.

When I started running OWN [Oprah Winfrey

Network], I stumbled and was not accustomed

to failing. Failing did not feel good. I really

had to have a ‘come to Jesus’ talk with myself

and ask, ‘Why do I keep making the same

mistakes?’ As a young black girl from apartheid

Mississippi, I don’t believe I would have been

brought this far to ultimately fail, so I had to

shift the narrative from, ‘It’s a struggle’ to ‘It’s

an opportunity’ and ask myself, ‘How can I use

this opportunity to tell the stories I want?’

I surround myself with smart people. I have

a kitchen cabinet of three or four. If I’m going

to make a really big decision I always consult

them. These are people who, no matter what,

won’t lie to me and know how to give me the

naked truth. In every situation I ask them to

tell me the bone marrow truth, or ‘Give me

the BMT!’ is how I put it.

I don’t know anything that is not fun in my

life today. I say if you are over 60 and you are

still trying to prove something, then you went

to the wrong class or you did something wrong.

At this time in my life, it’s about enjoying the

view from this space and finding joy and great

pleasure in this career that I’ve built.

I keep my life simple. At one point in the late

’90s I started collecting perfume bottles and got

so many I was like, ‘What are you doing with

these freaking bottles?’ so I gave them all away.

My greatest joy today is being at home with my

five dogs, walking in the woods and spending

time with friends. I’ve had a lot of fancy trips

in my life, but having five or six people around

my table with a wonderful English muffin and

some tea is my idea of a good time.

IF YOU LOVE THIS, WATCH...

Life of Kylie

EXPRESS Fridays from July 7 at 12pm, ENCORE at 9.30pm

on E! [125] available in the ENTERTAINMENT PLUS pack

AS TOLD TO: JENNY COONEY CARRILLO. PHOTO: PEGGY SIROTA/SNAPPER MEDIA/TRUNK ARCHIVE

26 FOXTEL JULY


MUST WATCH

GO HARDY

GO HOME

or

English actor and Hollywood superstar Tom Hardy teams up

with his writer father for their dark and gritty new series, Taboo


WORDS: CAROLYN HIBLEN. PHOTOS: BBC; GETTY IMAGES; JASON IERACE

T

om Hardy doesn’t mince his words

when it comes to his latest TV venture,

declaring of the dark Taboo: “People

will either like it or hate it, but it won’t

be middle of the road.”

The brainchild of the Oscar-nominated actor

and his writer father, Edward ‘Chips’ Hardy, the

chilling series was almost a decade in the making

and reunites Tom with Peaky Blinders and Locke

creator Steven Knight for the third time.

Set in 1814, Tom stars as James Keziah Delaney,

a British adventurer who returns home from Africa

under mysterious circumstances shortly after his

father’s death. It’s been 12 years since Delaney

disappeared, presumed dead himself. He has in his

possession 14 stolen diamonds and buys a ship as

he sets out to reclaim his inheritance – a small part

of the west coast of North America that shipping

empire the East India Company will do anything

to get their mitts on.

Tom’s character – which the father-and-son team

initially called ‘Osbourne’ – was partially inspired

by the dastardly criminal Bill Sikes, whom Tom

portrayed in the 2007 film Oliver Twist.

“I came home from work one day with a burning

desire to play something,” the actor recalls of Taboo’s

inception. “Because my father was a writer, I said,

‘What do you think of this? I could play this,

couldn’t I?’”

He continues, “To be bluntly honest, I wanted to

play Bill Sikes, Sherlock Holmes, Hannibal Lecter,

Heathcliff, Marlow [from Heart of Darkness]… just

every classical character in one.”

While the pair’s concept provided that initial

creative stepping stone, the star acknowledges

that it took a village to turn it into the visual feast

it has become today.

“It started off as a conversation between me and

my father… but is now something unrecognisable

from that conversation and it belongs to an entire

team of people,” he says, adding, “It’s the period

drama that I desire to watch.”

But before you go thinking this is the next

Downton Abbey, think again! As Knight explains,

Taboo hasn’t been given the typical 19th century

English romance novel treatment.

“The world you’re seeing in Taboo would

normally be presented as a bit Jane Austen. We’re

making it more realistic, and messier,” he says.

Viewers will be drawn into the dark world of the

drama from the get-go, and not just because of these

words: ‘Tom Hardy in a loincloth’. Though, who are

we kidding, that’s a big part of the appeal!

Tom Hardy (right) had

a “burning desire” to

play this dark character

The British actor is at his absolute best as the

brooding and unhinged Delaney, a man who has

been to the ends of the earth and back again, and

has nothing left to lose. But as his portrayer previews,

looks can certainly be deceiving.

“He seems insane, crazy, evil, wrong… then we

find out he’s actually probably the sanest, most

honest man in the room, and everybody else – the

bastions and the pillars of society – are wearing

masks,” he explains.

“He’s a trailblazer,” adds Knight. “I wanted to

make Delaney a precursor of all the great Victorian

industrialists that followed him. James Delaney

is a deeply flawed man and Tom is just so good

at making that believable.”

Over eight episodes, viewers will be enthralled

as they follow our hero’s dangerous journey, with

the action shifting constantly to keep everyone

on the edge of their seats.

“It changes sort of every three episodes,” Tom

explains. “As we start to develop through the story

there are different tonalities through the style of

shooting and the style of acting.

“Once we meet the characters, it’s not what it

seems. I want to urge people to continue through

that. It’s designed to slow burn. By episode eight,

it’s not what you think you’re watching at all.”

As for its longevity, Knight reveals the series

was written with subsequent seasons in mind.

And after getting such a fantastic reception when

it premiered overseas, it’s already been confirmed

for a second eight-episode season.

“People have responded strongly, they don’t just

like it – they absolutely love it!” Knight says.

TABOO Mondays from July 17 at 9.30pm on

BBC First [117] Episode one SIMULCAST on

showcase [114], both available in the DRAMA pack

TEAM

TOM

HARDY

WE’RE NOT THE

ONLY ONES WHO

CAN’T WAIT FOR

TABOO…

■ “I’m really looking

forward to seeing Taboo.

Tom and I share the

same agent so I heard

the process of him

putting the show

together. It got my

wheels turning. Tom’s

fantastic. Every step

he takes seems to be

as unpredictable as

the next, that’s why

everyone loves him.”

– Chris Hemsworth,

Foxtel ambassador

■ “I love Tom Hardy.

He has a beautiful

internal monologue, it’s

beautiful to watch. I had

a fanboy moment when

I found out that Jacob

[Tomuri], my stunty, is

Tom’s main double on

a lot of things. It’s pretty

cool. He’s just such an

interesting performer.

I’m loving Taboo, it’s

fantastic.”

– Aaron Jakubenko,

The Shannara Chronicles

FOXTEL JULY 29


MUST WATCH

Talk

of the

TOWN

Hailed as the ‘companion piece’ to Gogglebox Australia, new observational series

Common Sense will put the week’s news and current affairs into perspective

COMMON SENSE Wednesdays from July 5 at 7.30pm on Lifestyle [106] part of the ENTERTAINMENT pack

W

ith five hilarious seasons

under their belts, we’ve

been entertained and

amused by the witty

banter of everyday Australian couch

critics commenting on TV shows on

Gogglebox Australia. In fact, the format

has proved so successful it’s earned the

local production two Logie Awards.

Now, be prepared to be glued to your

screens once more as the creatives

behind everyone’s favourite series

introduce us to a whole new format

guaranteed to have everyone talking.

Common Sense moves the action

into the workplace, where friends and

colleagues will discuss the big news

and current affairs topics of the week.

Among the 10 workplaces featured

are a bra shop, a retirement village,

a butcher’s shop and a hairdressing

salon, while the people range in age

from 21 to the ripe old age of 92.

Intrigued? Foxtel magazine went to

the source and got executive producer

David McDonald to tell us all about this

enthralling TV series in his own words.

THE PREMISE

Gogglebox is seeing the week in review

told through the prism of television

shows, whereas Common Sense is the

week in review in terms of news and

current affairs. That’s the biggest change.

Common Sense will be the definition of

water cooler chat – it’s people in their

work environment, chatting about the

news and current affairs of the day

while they work, like we all do.

THE CAST

The cast are incredibly warm, funny and

honest. They’re the kind of people that

you’re gonna want to spend a bit of time

with. They’re from all walks of life, split

straight down the middle, male and

female. In terms of ages, it’s the broadest

age demographic we’ve had: 21 to 92.

Casting is important – there’s always

someone you’ll recognise, whether

it’s you or someone you know. I think

that’s part of the broad appeal – every

voice is represented.

THE WORKPLACES

There are 10 workplaces. We have some

young real estate agents, a couple of

butchers, two barristers, a team from

a retirement village, there are a couple

of women that work in IT in a start-up.

We have salespeople, the oldest

vegetable-sellers at the Sydney Markets,

a couple of hairdressers, another small

business dealing in furnishings and

homewares, and furniture removalists.

WHY WE’LL LOVE IT

It’s a companion piece for Gogglebox,

but tackling different subject matter

in different environments. Once you

go into workplaces you get a different

dynamic. The conflict between points

of view might be because people come

from different backgrounds and that’s

formulated their opinions; they won’t

necessarily always agree. They’re all

big characters with great stories, which

is essential. If you love Gogglebox then

you’re going to love Common Sense.

Opposite: there

has been plenty

happening in the

news this year to

keep us talking,

including: shock

celebrity deaths

and some messy

break-ups, an

Oscars debacle,

the US President

who can’t help

making the

daily headlines,

plus convicted

drug smuggler

Schapelle Corby

returning home

while another

Aussie woman

is held on drugs

charges in

Colombia

THE SIMILARITIES

TO GOGGLEBOX

It’s unfettered, honest opinions about

what’s going on. It’s normal Australians

talking about the things that affect

their lives and how they react to the

news and politics. It’s unguarded, honest

comments that often are light and funny.

THE TURNAROUND

It’s the same as Gogglebox. We shoot for

a week – we start on Wednesday – and

it’s on air the next Wednesday. It really

is the news of the last seven days. We’re

constantly on our toes. But that’s the

way we get our news now, especially

through digital media, it’s constantly

being updated, so as stories are

breaking or evolving, our opinions

will be changing as well.

THE MEANING

BEHIND THE NAME

It’s the common people making sense

of it all. When the news stories are

presented and you’re like, ‘Why are

they doing that? Why wouldn’t you

do that?’ It’s just common sense!

THE CASTING PROCESS

It’s actually very extensive and it is quite

difficult, too. It’s a lot of going out and

finding people and presenting the show

and seeing if they’re interested in taking

part. From there we do a run-through

of current affairs to see what their chat

is like. If they’re funny, warm people we

think will contribute the right way to

the show, they get cast from there.

WORDS: CAROLYN HIBLEN. PHOTOS: ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY; GETTY IMAGES; NEW YORK POST; THE ADVERTISER; THE BOSTON GLOBE; THE COURIER MAIL

30 FOXTEL JULY


Holiday

adventure

From Disney’s musical sequel Descendants 2 to some of the cutest, cuddliest and most

extreme animals you’ll ever see, the family will be glued to the TV these school holidays

32 FOXTEL JULY


SCHOOL HOLIDAY SPECIAL

WORDS: CAROLYN HIBLEN. PHOTOS: DISNEY

W

hen Maleficent goaded

her daughter Mal to

be “evil like me” in

the Disney Channel’s

smash-hit 2015 film Descendants, Mal

wasn’t swayed. But when the musical

sequel Descendants 2 premieres this

month – a family-friendly franchise

which puts a spin on the iconic Disney

characters we love by introducing their

fictional kids – it seems that she’s had

a change of heart.

Struggling with the pressure of being

the perfect royal alongside her beau

Ben (Australian actor Mitchell Hope)

in her new home of Auradon, a lost Mal

(Dove Cameron) swaps her regal blonde

tresses for her signature purple hue as

she flees back to the Isle of the Lost.

“With Mal, we pick up and she’s lost

herself, she doesn’t know who she is,”

Cameron previews. “Now that she’s

been given the opportunity to be her

authentic self, she doesn’t know who that

is. It’s a very lost time, Mal’s vulnerable.”

Having turned her back on the Isle’s

remaining Villain Kids – or VKs as they

are known – for the honest life, if Mal

thinks she can simply resume her place

among her peers she’s sadly mistaken.

And no-one is more eager to put her

in her place than archenemy Uma

(China Anne McClain).

“Uma is her arch nemesis,” Cameron

explains. “It’s a great tool for Mal because

her nemesis in the last film was really her

mother, and now this one is more of an

equal. Uma’s a great sparring partner.”

Along with her pirate pals Gil (Dylan

Playfair) and Harry (Thomas Doherty),

Uma is determined to break out of

purgatory and wreak havoc on Auradon.

Below: the funky

take on pirate

attire is pulled

off with aplomb

by Cameron

(left) and

McClain (right).

Opposite:

everyone is

thrilled to be

back including

(from left) Evie

(Sofia Carson),

Jay (Booboo

Stewart), Carlos

(Cameron

Boyce) and

Mal (Cameron)

#

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“Uma is feisty,” McClain says. “She’s

the daughter of [sea queen] Ursula from

The Little Mermaid. She’ll do anything

she has to do to get what she wants.”

While Harry might be devoted to his

bestie Uma’s cause, as Cameron reveals,

it won’t be long before he’s butting heads

with Ben. Could it be because he too

has his eye on Mal?

“Mal and Ben are still a couple when

we start the film and they are seemingly

more in love than ever,” Cameron tells

Foxtel magazine. “But they get tested in

a big way for a large portion of the film.

I’m not going to tell you what happens,

but I will tell you it’s massive.”

In a possible case of life imitating art,

Cameron and Doherty actually met and

fell in love on the Descendants 2 set.

“It was fun getting to work together

because we were falling in love,” she

smiles. “It was an interesting thing to

throw on top of such an intense film.

We were very open; everybody knew

on the set. A relationship will elevate

your life when it’s right, so it wasn’t

distracting. He’s my best friend.”

For returning star Cameron, stepping

back into Mal’s shoes was welcome. In

fact, she adores the character so much

she hopes the ride never ends.

“I’d do movies three, four, five, six and

seven!” she declares. “I’d do these for

the rest of my life because they’re such

a challenge and I’m doing them with

my family. It’s the time of my life.”

DESCENDANTS 2

Ages: (5-15) Friday July 28 at

6.30pm on Disney Channel [707]

available in the KIDS pack

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FUN FAM LY

V EW NG?

DON’T GO PAST THESE ANIMATIONS

Ages: 2-4

BALLOON BARNYARD

This is a great show for the little ones, with balloon

donkeys who band together to solve barnyard

mysteries. Kids will also learn a thing or two about

friendship, kindness and teamwork along the way.

Weekdays from Monday July 3 at 8.50am on

Disney Jr [709] part of the ENTERTAINMENT pack

Ages: 2-5

PAW PATROL (s4)

There’s nothing like six cute, heroic pups who,

joined by tech-savvy Ryder, set out on high-stakes

rescues. This month there are all-new episodes

beginning with Mission PAW: Royally Spooked!.

Weekdays from Monday July 10 at 8.30am on

Nick Jr [703] part of the ENTERTAINMENT pack

FOXTEL

DS APP

Looking to access your favourite

kids’ shows while out and

about these holidays? KIDS

pack customers have access

to hundreds of series

available to stream instantly

or download with the Foxtel

Kids # app. Can’t wait till

July 28 for Descendants 2,

featuring Australia’s own

Mitchell Hope (pictured)? See

it from Saturday July 22 at

5pm on the Foxtel Kids app.


SCHOOL HOLIDAY SPECIAL

Talk to the

aN MALS

From majestic eagles to adorable pups, we have a month of critters the family will love

I

f you’ve ever wished that you could

talk with the animals or simply

better understand your pet’s odd

behaviour, July marks a month-long,

multi-channel celebration of creatures

great and small.

Over on Animal Planet, Pet Month

kicks off with My Cat From Hell as host

Jackson Galaxy returns to help stressed

cat owners understand their troublesome

pet rather than dominate it.

“The concept of dominion over animals

is misused,” Jackson shares. “You have

to realise you are just another member

of this family, not the most important.”

Take a walk on the wild side with this

family-friendly programming…

FROM WAGS TO RICHES

Animal trainer Bill Berloni’s new five-part

program lifts the lid on his life providing

shelter animals for the stage and screen.

The series gives insight into Berloni’s

professional achievements and provides

a glimpse of his family – which includes

more than 35 animals! That’s right,

26 dogs, two horses, two pigs, a macaw,

a cat, a llama, one grumpy donkey

and more share

Berloni’s sprawling

farm and heart.

Above: trainer

Berloni’s new

series wins best

in show over on

Animal Planet’s

Pet Month.

Below: referee

Dan Schachner

of Puppy Bowl

XIII makes sure

the canines all

play a safe,

clean game.

Opposite:

Nat Geo WILD’s

Extreme Animals

reveals that

bald eagles are

prone to intense

mid-air duels

And that’s before his wife turns up with

a flock of ducklings in the first episode.

The debut of From Wags to Riches

comes full circle as Berloni teaches two

canines to tread the boards in a touring

production of Annie. It’s a nostalgic job

for Berloni as he trained his first pup

in 1977 for the production of Annie he

was starring in, sparking his passion

for helping animals in need.

Berloni hopes that viewers will not

only enjoy the series but also take away

an important message.

“I want the audience to remember

when they see our dogs, anyone could

have adopted them and could have these

wonderful pets in their home. Go adopt

a star of your own,” he implores.

Saturdays from July 1 at 9.30pm on Animal

Planet [615] available in the DOCOS pack

MY CAT FROM HELL (s8)

From dog whisperer to cat daddy, pet

behaviourist Galaxy travels America

helping exasperated owners pawsitively

mend their relationships with their

felines – because it’s a two-way street.

“In a perfect world, my clients learn

that having a relationship with a cat

is like a relationship with a human,” he

shares. “You have to compromise just

like you would with another human.”

So what’s in store for season eight?

More mischief and hellish felines!

“They get more extreme every

season,” Jackson reveals.

Saturdays from July 1 at 6.30pm on Animal

Planet [615] available in the DOCOS pack

PUPPY BOWL XIII

Arguably the highlight of the month

is the action-packed Puppy Bowl XIII.

The adorable spectacle, modelled on

America’s Super Bowl, is definitely the

cutest sporting event on the calendar,

as puppies from teams Fluff and Ruff

pounce their way up and down the field.

The annual event drafts puppies from

a dozen different shelters to highlight

the plight of abandoned and unwanted

canines – but seriously, who wouldn’t

want these lovable balls of fur?

There’ll be toy tussles on the 30-yard

line and breathtaking touchdowns, plus

furry faces so cute your heart will melt.

It’s not just dogs that star in the

Puppy Bowl either; cats also take

centrestage for the half-time show.

Saturday July 29 at 8.30pm on Animal Planet

[615] available in the DOCOS pack

EXTREME ANIMALS

Nat Geo WILD’s new series unveils the

outlandish behaviour of the world’s most

extreme animals. The reasons behind

the things they do will surprise you.

From courageous critters using intense

techniques to dodge danger to

tremendous risk-takers such as

drunk and disorderly monkeys,

which animal will take the

extreme title each week?

Thursdays from July 6

at 8.30pm on Nat Geo

WILD [616] available

in the DOCOS

pack

WORDS: LEIGH LIVINGSTONE

34 FOXTEL JULY


IF YOU LOVE

THIS, WATCH...

Secret Life

of the Wombat

Mondays from July 3 at 7.30pm

on Animal Planet [615] available

in the DOCOS pack


MUST WATCH

Blethyn has been

playing the smart

but dishevelled

Vera since 2011

Becoming

VERA

Brenda Blethyn talks about playing one of the most improbable

cops on television as Vera returns for its seventh season

36 FOXTEL JULY


WORDS: JIM MALONEY

S

he looks more like a bag lady than

a detective, calls everyone “pet” and

“love” and is a dour, antisocial loner

to put it nicely. Yet viewers simply

can’t get enough of DCI Vera Stanhope,

played by Oscar-nominated Brenda Blethyn.

As the seventh season of British crime

drama Vera begins this month, we find our

fearless heroine back at her best, solving

crimes left, right and centre as only she can.

From the murder of a young woman

found on an uninhabited island off the

Northumberland coast to a human arm

uncovered by a team of geologists in the

moors, there’s plenty in store to keep our

super sleuth on her toes.

Foxtel magazine catches up with Blethyn

to unearth 10 fascinating facts about the

long-running drama and what the actress

has learnt about herself in the process…

Despite its continued popularity, Blethyn

1 considered making this season of Vera

the last. Fortunately for fans, she changed

her mind and an eighth season is about to

5

“In the pilot episode people didn’t like

Vera very much because she was too

abrasive,” Blethyn reveals candidly. “That

happens so much in life. You meet someone

who is fat, ugly and miserable, and you

think, ‘I don’t like that person,’ and then

when you get to know them you realise

they’re really rather nice.”

6

“Vera might not demonstrate that she’s

kind and generous, but people say I’m

generous to a fault,” the actress says of what

she knows differentiates herself from her

character. “I also find it hard to accept gifts

or a compliment. If someone does pay me

a compliment I say ‘Thanks’ while inside

I’m all in a fluster!”

7Blethyn does share Vera’s analytical

brain. “I love cryptic crosswords. The

tougher, the better. When we were children

we didn’t have a television and my father

used to set us puzzles to do. We have kept

that interest. My brothers and sisters also

love solving riddles.”

“SHE DOESN’T LOOK LIKE SHE’S

SASHAYED DOWN A CATWALK BUT

SHE IS STILL GOOD AT HER JOB”

start filming. “It’s 15 to 16 hours a day and

each night I am learning the scripts,” she

explains. “I don’t begrudge any of that, it’s

just that I get tired at the end of it.”

2On a boat over to the Farne Islands,

where episode two was filmed, Blethyn

was drenched by a huge wave. “I didn’t have

any other clothes with me so they had to carry

on filming. I was dripping wet but hopefully

viewers won’t notice.”

3Her male stunt double in the show is

instantly familiar as he wears Vera’s

trademark floppy hat and mac. “But he

also has a big ginger beard!” she laughs.

4Blethyn bought Vera’s hat herself in

a Newcastle fishing tackle shop. “I also

bought her boots in a sale about 20 years

ago, but I never wore them,” she says. “I put

them away and thought they would be useful

one day. I always start with feet when I am

creating a character and, when Vera came

along, I thought those boots would be perfect

for her – practical and hard-wearing.”

8Vera’s lack of glamour is part of her

appeal. “She’s doesn’t look like she’s

sashayed down a catwalk but she is still

good at her job. Looking like Vera doesn’t

make you a ‘no-hoper’.”

9Regarding her viewing habits she is

fanatical about television quizzes. As

for dramas: “I love Game of Thrones and

I think Shaun Evans, the lead in Endeavour,

is very watchable. I also quite like [British]

soaps Coronation Street and EastEnders.”

She bought her husband, former

10 National Theatre art director

Michael Mayhew, a puppy to keep him

company while she was filming. “Michael

wasn’t happy about it, though. Later, when

the dog was naughty, I said we could give

him away, but Michael replied, ‘That dog’s

not going anywhere’. He loves him now!”

VERA (s7) Mondays from July 10

at 8.30pm on 13th STREET [118]

available in the DRAMA pack

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MUST-SEE MOVIES

1WM CELEBRATES: FRENCH CINEMA

from Monday July 10 at 8.30pm on World Movies [430]

Vive la révolution! The storming of the Bastille on July 14,

1789 is seen as the start of the French Revolution and, in

recognition of that rebellious spirit, World Movies presents

five French films over five consecutive nights. Included

is Blue is the Warmest Colour (pictured), which won the

2013 Cannes Film Festival Palme d’Or, making history

for being awarded to a sexually explicit gay romantic

drama. Sparks fly between Adèle (Adèle Exarchopoulos)

and Emma (Léa Seydoux), an art student with blue

hair. As their relationship proceeds the colour

grows out – an allegory for them drifting apart.

2THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

Sunday July 9 at 8.30pm on Foxtel Movies Premiere [401]

or catch up in On Demand

Rarely do remakes hit the target, but this refresh from the 1960

classic has captured the glory of its predecessor – a film adapted

from Akira Kurosawa’s Japanese 1954 film Seven Samurai. The

story has honest homesteaders being murdered and driven from

their land by a sadistic thief – played by Peter Sarsgaard. Chisolm

(Denzel Washington, pictured right) leads the good guys, with the

wise-cracking rogue Chris Pratt adding his trademark charm as Josh.

WINTER WARMERS

Sundays from July 2 at 8.30pm on

Foxtel Movies Romance [408]

Have a quiet night in and cuddle up

with a heartwarming movie every

Sunday this month. Four Holidays

has happily unmarried, childless

couple Brad and Kate (Vince Vaughn

and Reese Witherspoon, both pictured)

avoiding Christmas by telling their families

they’re doing charity work when they’re

actually heading to a Fiji resort. Their plans

change when they’re caught out. Also

showing is The Family Stone, Just Friends,

Surviving Christmas and Serendipity.

DON’T MISS

PLANET OF THE APES TRILOGY features the most recent reboots starting

with 2001’s moody offering. Nightly from Fri July 28 at 8.30pm with a triple

marathon Sun July 30 at 4.35pm, all on Foxtel Movies Action [406].

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CHILLIN’ WITH DA VILLAINS

from Monday July 3 at 7.30pm on Foxtel Movies Family [405]

A dozen films with conniving villains will keep the family toasty warm. Featured

is Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events (pictured) based on the popular

books where three adorable orphans are left in the custody of guardian Count Olaf

(Jim Carrey), who has money on his mind rather than the welfare of the children.

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SPIRIT OF

ADVENTURE WEEK

from Monday July 3 at 8.35pm on FOX Classics [113]

GET YOUR ADRENALINE PUMPING

THIS MONTH WITH FIVE ACTION

FILMS OVER ONE WEEK SPANNING

THE ’50S TO THE ’70S, FEATURING

HOLLYWOOD’S BIGGEST STARS OF

THE ERA. THE VIKINGS (PICTURED)

PITS SEX SYMBOLS KIRK DOUGLAS

AND TONY CURTIS AGAINST ONE

ANOTHER. THESE HEROES WERE

CONSIDERED BUFF AT THE TIME.

OH, HOW TIMES HAVE CHANGED.

HIDDEN

GEM

COMEDY’S

DUMBEST CRIMINALS

Fridays from July 7 at 8.30pm

on Foxtel Movies Comedy [407]

Kicking off this collection of the cinema world’s worst

criminals is Masterminds (pictured). If comedy talent

defines how funny a film is, this one is hilarious, with

Zach Galifianakis, Owen Wilson, Jason Sudeikis and

Kristen Wiig. Based on true events of an armoured

car driver (Galifianakis) lured into crime by a crush.

HELL OR HIGH WATER

Margaret Pomeranz Presents... Saturday July 1

at 8.30pm on Foxtel Movies Masterpiece [402]

or catch up in On Demand

In a similar vein to No Country for Old Men by

the Coen Brothers, this heist flick has a cracking

script by actor-turned-writer Taylor Sheridan

(Sons of Anarchy). The tale has bank-robbing

brothers Toby (Chris Pine, pictured) and Tanner

(Ben Foster) travelling through the sweeping

5Texan landscape, targeting branches of the same

Midwest bank while pursued by Ranger Marcus

(Jeff Bridges). But the brothers are only stealing

from the bank threatening to foreclose on their

deceased mother’s ranch. Every element of this

Oscar-nominated film is perfectly presented.

7

TEA PARTY

TRIPLE

from Friday July 21 at 6.30pm

on Foxtel Movies Disney [404]

It’s a weekend of wonder! Visit sweet Alice

(Mia Wasikowska) and Red Queen (Helena

Bonham Carter, pictured) for crazy good film

Alice in Wonderland, from surrealist director

Tim Burton. It’s luscious cinema at its best

in this magical adventure. But firstly, don’t

miss the classic 1951 animated version.

WINTER WONDERLAND is a frosty, fun line-up

of films including Frozen (pictured) from Sat

July 1 at 6.30pm on Foxtel Movies Disney [404].

HELD-HOSTAGE WEEK has lives-on-the-line in

films such as Inside Man (pictured) from Sun July

16 at 8.30pm on Foxtel Movies Thriller [409].

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MOVIES

Peter Jackson transformed New Zealand into a Tolkien dream for his Hobbit and

Lord of the Rings trilogies, now we have one pop-up channel to rule them all

THE HOBBIT and THE LORD OF THE RINGS POP-UP from Friday July 7 at 6am on Channel 400 available in the MOVIES pack

Director Peter Jackson’s incredible

adaptations of author JRR Tolkien’s

The Lord of the Rings and his earlier

work, The Hobbit, have gone down in

history as the most groundbreaking

filmmaking of our time, spearheading

advances in technology and taking

more than a quarter of the 55-year-old’s

life to create from start to finish. Talk

about a passion project!

The two sets of trilogies feature

Aussie Cate Blanchett as Galadriel and

reinvigorated the career of child actor

Elijah Wood as Frodo, as well as shot

others to fame. They’re also regarded

as putting New Zealand – which was

transformed into Tolkien’s Middle Earth

– on the map, bringing the Land of

the Long White Cloud’s picturesque

landscapes to a global audience.

“New Zealand has played its role

in the mythology of Middle Earth,”

Jackson proclaims proudly.

For the Kiwi director, there was no

question his homeland would provide

the backdrop for the epic fantasy series,

but it was still a coup for the nation’s

tourism that Jackson dedicated a chunk

of his life to filming the franchises there.

“It has a lot of benefits for local

economies, especially with something

like these movies, they generate tourism.

I can’t think of any other industry that

has the reach,” the director explains.

In fact, Jackson was knighted in

2010 for his role in the significant

contribution the movies have made

to the local film industry.

Aside from the immense creative

effort involved of filming three films

back-to-back in one go, all six movies

faced a lot of challenges to make it to

the big screen, from legal disputes with

Tolkien’s estate to cast injuries – many

of them – and other near-misses.

“Looking back, I think we were a bit

naive,” Jackson says. “I don’t think

anybody had any idea how difficult or

complicated it would be. We somehow

went into it thinking we could do it.”

Above: The

Fellowship grew

so close during

filming that they

commemorated

the production

and its events by

getting matching

tattoos. As well

as Jackson, nine

members got the

elvish number

nine tattooed

on themselves,

but Rhys-Davies

sent along his

stunt double

in his place

That confidence, however false it

was in hindsight, paid off. This month,

journey back to Middle Earth as Foxtel

Movies host their dedicated pop-up

channel celebrating all six of Jackson’s

Lord of the Rings and Hobbit films, and

take a trip with us as we explore some

of the now iconic locations that marked

memorable moments for the crew.

MATAMATA

(The Shire/Hobbiton)

The endless rolling green hills of a dairy

farm southwest of Matamata on the

North Island made a perfect location

to create the quaint town of Hobbiton.

Wooden doorways were built into the

side of hills and vegetable gardens

were planted a year ahead of time by

the production team to give the area

an authentic lived-in feel. Although the

set was dismantled after The Lord of

the Rings filming ended, it was rebuilt

for The Hobbit trilogy and remains in

place as a popular tourist attraction.

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MAVORA LAKES

(The edge of Fangorn Forest)

In The Two Towers when Aragorn

(Viggo Mortensen) finds camp site

evidence of the Uruk-hai who kidnapped

Merry (Dominic Monaghan) and Pippin

(Billy Boyd), he kicks an abandoned

helmet and cries out in frustration. That

scream in the film is authentic because

Mortensen broke two of his toes as he

kicked the heavy prop – the realism of

his reaction worked perfectly for the

shot, so his bellow remained.

SOUTHERN ALPS

(Misty Mountains)

Stunning long-range shots of the nine

members of The Fellowship climbing

over snow-covered peaks and rocky

ranges were tricky to film, and not just

because of the sheer logistics of getting

cameras and equipment to such remote

locations. Cast member Sean Bean,

who plays Boromir, is a nervous flier

and had one bumpy chopper ride too

many during filming. He subsequently

refused to fly and often spent two hours

hiking to mountain locations in full

costume while helicopters ferried his

amused co-stars overhead.

KAWARAU GORGE

(River Anduin/The Pillars of Kings)

To prepare for spending some of their

time in boats, including during their

arrival at The Pillars of Kings or

Argonath, The Fellowship actors had

training to make sure their rowing

looked natural. However, actors

Orlando Bloom as Legolas and

John Rhys-Davies as Gimli,

who were paired in a boat

together, nearly drowned

while practising. Bloom

jokes of his co-star: “He’s a huge guy!

He’s three-times the size of me! He just

needed to [move] a tiny bit of the

weight and we were lost,” he laughs.

Bloom was unlucky throughout

filming and also broke a rib after falling

from a horse and having Rhys-Davies’

scale double fall on top of him.

LAKE PUKAKI,

MOUNT COOK

(Laketown)

After allowing them passage on his

barge, Bard (Luke Evans) hides the

dwarf company in barrels filled with fish

as they make their way to his home of

Laketown in The Hobbit: The Desolation

of Smaug. With as much as 180kgs of

mostly real fish piled on top of him,

actor Adam Brown – who plays Ori

– struggled to fight against his phobia

of fish. Because they were slippery, the

process of emptying the barrel was

painstaking for the actor as the crew

removed them one at a time.

“I’ve always had a phobia

of fish,” Brown says. “With

all the CGI used in the film,

you would have thought it

would be a barrel full of

computer-generated

fish… Oh no. I was

covered in fish

juice, head

to toe.”


MOVIES

NEW THIS MONTH

ACTION/ADVENTURE

THRILLER/HORROR

Keeping Up

with the Joneses

BLOOD FATHER

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2016, Action/Adventure

(MA 15+ lv)

July 23, 24

Mel Gibson, Erin Moriarty,

Diego Luna.

When a teenager gets

herself caught up in a drug

deal gone wrong, she is

forced to reach out to her

estranged father. He may

be the only person who can

protect her from the men

who want her dead.

THE DAY AFTER

TOMORROW

FOXTEL MOVIES ACTION

2004, Action/Adventure (M a)

July 2, 9, 14, 18, 22, 27

Dennis Quaid, Emmy Rossum,

Jake Gyllenhaal, Dash Sihok.

A climatologist makes

a daring trek across America

in the hope of reuniting with

his teenage son. The boy is

trapped in the cross-hairs of

a sudden super storm which

has plunged the planet into

a new Ice Age.

DAWN OF THE PLANET

OF THE APES

FOXTEL MOVIES ACTION

2014, Action/Adventure (M lv)

July 30

Jason Clarke, Gary Oldman,

Andy Serkis, Keri Russell,

Kodi Smit-McPhee.

After a virus wipes out most

of the human population,

survivors live at peace with

the apes. However, when

that peace is destroyed, an

all-out war for the future of

the planet begins.

DEEPWATER HORIZON

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2016, Action/Adventure (M al)

July 2, 3, 12, 16, 22, 28

Mark Wahlberg, Kurt Russell,

Gina Rodriguez,

Douglas M Griffin.

When an offshore oil-rig

explodes in the Gulf of

Mexico, it causes the largest

man-made natural disaster

in history. Those left alive

after the chaos must fight

for survival amid the flames

in this film that is based on

devastating true events.

KEEPING UP WITH

THE JONESES

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2016, Action/Adventure

(M lsv)

July 30, 31

Zach Galifianakis, Isla Fisher.

An ordinary couple discover

it’s not easy keeping up with

their new neighbours, after

they discover they’re spies.

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2016, Action/Adventure (M v)

July 9, 10, 19, 22, 28, 31

Denzel Washington,

Chris Pratt, Ethan Hawke.

The desperate townspeople

of Rose Creek employ the

protection of seven outlaws.

PLANET OF THE APES

FOXTEL MOVIES ACTION

2001, Action/Adventure (M v)

July 28, 30

Mark Wahlberg, Tim Roth.

An astronaut is trapped on

a planet ruled by talking apes.

He must reach a temple that

holds the shocking secrets

of mankind’s past.

RED

FOXTEL MOVIES ACTION

2010, Action/Adventure

(M lv)

July 16, 17, 22, 28

Bruce Willis, Mary-Louise

Parker, Morgan Freeman,

Karl Urban.

When they’re framed for

murder, ex members of

a high-tech assassination

and black-ops team are

forced to reunite to uncover

the culprits and clear their

professional names.

RISE OF THE PLANET

OF THE APES

FOXTEL MOVIES ACTION

2011, Action/Adventure (M v)

July 29, 30

James Franco, Andy Serkis,

Freida Pinto.

A single act of both

compassion and arrogance

leads to a war unlike any

other, told through the

eyes of a super-intelligent

chimpanzee who can

strategise, organise and

ultimately lead a revolution.

THE 9TH LIFE

OF LOUIS DRAX

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2016, Thriller/Suspense (M al)

July 3, 4, 19

Jamie Dornan, Aaron Paul,

Aiden Longworth, Sarah Gadon,

Molly Parker.

When Louis Drax accidentally

falls off a steep cliff on his

ninth birthday his psychologist

discovers that this is not the

first time he has faced his

own mortality.

BLAIR WITCH

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2016, Horror (MA 15+ a)

July 7, 8, 26

James Allen McCune,

Callie Hernandez, Corbin Reid.

After stumbling across some

disturbing footage, a group

of college students ventures

into the Black Hills Forest

in Maryland to uncover the

deadly mysteries surrounding

the legend of the Blair Witch.

DISCLOSURE

FOXTEL MOVIES THRILLER

1994, Thriller/Suspense (R al)

July 15, 16, 23, 30

Michael Douglas, Demi Moore,

Dennis Miller, Donald Sutherland.

A male executive sues his

corporation after being hit with

a bogus sexual harassment

suit from an ex-lover who’s

now his boss. The allegation

threatens to derail both his

career and his personal life.

SCI-FI/FANTASY

GRAVITY

FOXTEL MOVIES

MASTERPIECE

2013, Sci-Fi/Fantasy (M al)

July 16, 25

Sandra Bullock, George Clooney.

Two astronauts are left

tethered to nothing but each

other when their shuttle is hit

by debris. Working on limited

oxygen, they must devise

a plan to return to Earth.

INSIDE MAN

FOXTEL MOVIES THRILLER

2006, Thriller/Suspense

(MA 15+ lv)

July 16, 17, 22, 27, 30

Denzel Washington,

Clive Owen, Jodie Foster,

Willem Dafoe.

A tough cop, a clever bank

robber and a power broker

match wits in a dangerous

game of cat and mouse that’s

full of hidden agendas and

explosive surprises.

TAKING LIVES

FOXTEL MOVIES THRILLER

2004, Thriller/Suspense

(MA 15+ v)

July 8, 9, 16, 22

Angelina Jolie, Ethan Hawke,

Kiefer Sutherland,

Olivier Martinez.

An FBI profiler goes to

Montreal to catch a serial

killer who takes on the

identities of his victims.

WHEN A STRANGER CALLS

FOXTEL MOVIES THRILLER

2006, Horror (M av)

July 23, 24, 28

Camilla Belle, Katie Cassidy,

Tommy Flanagan,

Tessa Thompson.

A babysitter left alone with

her young charges receives

increasingly threatening

phone calls from a dangerous

stranger in this remake of the

1978 classic.

MOON

FOXTEL MOVIES

MASTERPIECE

2009, Sci-Fi/Fantasy (M al)

July 13, 14, 31

Sam Rockwell, Dominique

McElligott, Benedict Wong.

An astronaut living on the far

side of the moon is soon to

return home, but finds his

health suddenly deteriorating

– can he make it back?

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COMEDY

FLICK FACTS

Meet the Blacks

Movie caption

SNOWDEN

Politicised director Oliver Stone took no chances when

writing his Snowden script, doing so on one computer

with no internet connection. The real-life whistleblower

and wanted man, Edward Snowden (played by Joseph

Gordon-Levitt, pictured with Shailene Woodley), says

the film is a “pretty accurate portrayal” of events.

GET HIM TO THE GREEK

FOXTEL MOVIES COMEDY

2010, Comedy (MA 15+ dls)

July 16, 17, 22, 25, 30

Jonah Hill, Russell Brand,

Elisabeth Moss.

A record company intern

must navigate many

obstacles to deliver an

uncontrollable rock legend

to a comeback gig.

JACKASS PRESENTS

BAD GRANDPA

FOXTEL MOVIES COMEDY

2013, Comedy (MA 15+ as)

July 15, 16, 22, 26, 30

Johnny Knoxville,

Jackson Nicoll.

A feisty 86-year-old takes

a trip from Nebraska to

North Carolina to take his

eight-year-old grandson,

Billy, back to his real father.

MEET THE BLACKS

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2016, Comedy (MA 15+ lsv)

July 14, 15

Mike Epps, Zulay Henao,

Alex Henderson.

Looking forward to a new

beginning after a financial

windfall, a family moves to

Beverly Hills, arriving at the

start of a 12-hour period

where crime is legal.

OUT COLD

FOXTEL MOVIES COMEDY

2001, Comedy (M s)

July 9, 10, 15, 25, 30

Jason London, AJ Cook.

Created as an homage

to Casablanca and set on

a rustic Alaskan ski slope

called Bull Mountain, this

movie features amazing

snowboarding stunts.

THE ROYAL TENENBAUMS

FOXTEL MOVIES

MASTERPIECE

2001, Comedy (MA 15+ a)

July 6, 7, 20, 25

Gene Hackman,

Anjelica Huston.

A family of geniuses exist

in their own universe but

ache for an understanding

and togetherness they were

never able to achieve as

a cohesive family unit.

SORORITY BOYS

FOXTEL MOVIES COMEDY

2002, Comedy (M ls)

July 5, 6, 11, 20, 29

Barry Watson,

Michael Rosenbaum,

Harland Williams.

Three broke fratboys are so

desperate for a free room

they join a sorority.

SURVIVING CHRISTMAS

FOXTEL MOVIES COMEDY

2004, Comedy (M s)

July 2,3,9,22,27

Ben Affleck, James Gandolfini,

Christina Applegate.

A lonely, obnoxious young

millionaire who longs for

some traditional family time

pays the family living in his

childhood home to spend

Christmas with him.

WHITE CHICKS

FOXTEL MOVIES COMEDY

2004, Comedy (M dsv)

July 2, 9, 14, 26

Shawn Wayans, Jaime King,

Marlon Wayans, Busy Phillips.

Two fumbling FBI agents

disguise themselves as

mega-rich princesses to

infiltrate high society and

bust up a drug ring.

BILLY LYNN’S LONG

HALFTIME WALK

Two-time Oscar-winning director Ang Lee presents this

fictional story that many thought was an autobiographical

book. Told through the eyes of a 19-year-old private in

Iraq, Billy (Joe Alwyn, pictured) and his squad are hailed

as heroes at home, but what happened is very different.

FAMILY

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

FOXTEL MOVIES DISNEY

2010, Family (PG)

July 22, 23, 28

Mia Wasikowska, Johnny Depp,

Helena Bonham Carter.

Alice, now 19 years old, is

pressured into an unwanted

engagement to a nobleman.

However, at a garden party she

accidentally falls down a large

rabbit hole into the whimsical

world she entered as a child

and embarks on a journey

to discover her true destiny.

MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME

FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN

FOXTEL MOVIES FAMILY

2016, Family (M av)

July 1, 2, 7, 16, 20, 25, 29

Eva Green, Samuel L Jackson,

Asa Butterfield, Judi Dench,

Chris O’Dowd.

After his grandfather is killed,

a young boy discovers clues

to a mystery that spans

alternate realities and times,

and uncovers a secret refuge

known as Miss Peregrine’s

Home for Peculiar Children.

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FOXTEL MOVIES FAMILY

2015, Family (PG)

July 18, 25

Angela Galuppo, Mariloup

Wolfe, Lucinda Davis,

Catherine Trudeau.

To amuse themselves during

the winter school break, the

kids in a small village decide

to have a massive snowball

fight. They split into two

teams and whichever side

occupies the fort at the end

of the winter break, wins.

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PIRATE TODAY

FOXTEL MOVIES FAMILY

2016, Family (G)

July 14, 20, 24

Laura Baily, Jayden Isabel,

Elle Deets, Yuri Lowenthal.

Princess Alise is learning to

be a proper royal but wants

to be a pirate instead. She

sets sail with Lord Rogers and

a pirate crew, however, their

ship crashes, stranding them

on a mysterious island.

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MORE MOVIES

DEEPWATER HORIZON

In April 2010 a BP deepwater drilling rig exploded,

killing 11 people and spuing crude oil into the Gulf of

Mexico for 87 days. This film is based on the disaster.

The oil rig is noted as one of the largest set pieces ever

built to faithfully represent the fiery chaos. It stars Mark

Wahlberg (pictured) and John Malkovich, and marks the

first time Kate Hudson worked with stepdad Kurt Russell.

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MOVIES

DRAMA/ROMANCE

Southside with You

BILLY LYNN’S LONG

HALFTIME WALK

FOXTEL MOVIES

MASTERPIECE

2016, Drama (MA 15+ alv)

July 29, 30

Joe Alwyn, Kristen Stewart,

Garrett Hedlund, Arturo Castro,

Mason Lee.

Billy Lynn becomes a hero

after a harrowing Iraq battle.

During his victory tour it’s

revealed that the realities of

the war are quite in contrast

to America’s perceptions.

CLASH

WORLD MOVIES

2016, Egypt/France,

Drama (M)

July 19, 20, 31

Dir. Mohamed Diab,

Nelly Karim, Hani Adel.

Set entirely in a police truck,

a number of detainees from

different political and social

backgrounds are brought

together during the turmoil

that followed the ousting of

former president Morsi.

THE ENIGMA OF

KASPAR HAUSE

WORLD MOVIES

1974, West Germany,

Drama (M)

July 23, 24

Dir. Werner Herzog. Bruno S,

Walter Ladengast, Brigitte Mira.

This film is based upon the

mysterious true story of

Kaspar Hause, a young man

who suddenly appeared in

Nuremberg in 1828. He arrived

barely able to talk or walk

and carried a strange note.

ÉTERNITÉ

WORLD MOVIES

2016, France/Belgium,

Drama (M)

July 12, 13 ,29, 30

Dir. Tran Anh Hung.

Audrey Tautou, Bérénice Bejo,

Mélanie Laurent.

The story of love and loss as

told through generations of

women across a century.

HEART OF GLASS

WORLD MOVIES

1976, West Germany,

Drama (PG)

July 9, 10

Dir. Werner Herzog.

Josef Bierbichler, Stefan Güttler,

Clemens Scheitz.

The foreman of a small village

glassworks dies without

revealing the secret to its

famous ‘Ruby Glass’. Such

a hit to the town’s livelihood

sends the community into

a deep depression, while the

owner becomes obsessed

with finding the secret.

HERE ON EARTH

FOXTEL MOVIES ROMANCE

2000, Romance (PG)

July 22, 23, 27, 30

Chris Klein, Leelee Sobieski,

Josh Hartnett, Michael Rooker,

Annie Corley.

The rivalry between rich

college student Kelley and

local boy Jasper escalates

into a dangerous car race,

destroying the local diner.

While Kelley helps to rebuild

the restaurant, Jasper’s

girlfriend Sam begins to

enjoy spending time with

her boyfriend’s rival.

IN AMERICA

FOXTEL MOVIES

MASTERPIECE

2002, Drama (M ls)

July 4, 5

Djimon Hounsou, Samantha

Morton, Paddy Considine,

Sarah Bolger.

After the devastating death

of their five-year-old, Johnny

and Sarah leave their Ireland

home for New York so he can

pursue an acting career. They

move into a rundown Hell’s

Kitchen apartment block and

struggle to make ends meet

while waiting for Johnny to

catch his big break.

KEEPING THE FAITH

FOXTEL MOVIES ROMANCE

2000, Romance (M as)

July 15, 16, 23, 25, 31

Jenna Elfman, Ben Stiller,

Edward Norton, Eli Wallach.

Jake and Brian have been

best friends since they were

children. As adults, they find

themselves single, successful

and vying for the affections

of the same woman.

KIDS IN LOVE

FOXTEL MOVIES PREMIERE

2015, Drama (MA 15+ s)

July 13, 14

Will Poulter, Cara Delevingne,

Sebastian De Souza,

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48

BOXING

MAIN EVENT has all the action LIVE

from Queensland as Brisbane boxer

Jeff Horn (pictured) takes on Filipino

legend Manny Pacquiao in front of his

home crowd in a record-breaking bout.

Former educator Horn hopes to inspire

while he teaches the favourite a lesson

MUST-SEE THIS MONTH

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50

TENNIS Roger Federer is back to take

on the top seeds in a Wimbledon showdown

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SUPERCARS The race for the

Townsville 400 is closer than ever

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GOLF Can Adam Scott finally break

Australia’s 24-year British Open drought?

FOXTEL JULY 47


HOR

Rising Aussie boxer Jeff Horn is ready for the fight of

I

t’s been 25 years since Jeff Fenech

fought arch rival Azumah Nelson

at Princes Park in Melbourne. That

1992 blockbuster is regarded as the

biggest international fight on Australian

soil and the crowd of 38,000 remains

a boxing attendance record. But that

record will be well and truly smashed

when Brisbane boy Jeff Horn faces

38-year-old Filipino Manny Pacquiao

at Suncorp Stadium.

This month the 29-year-old speaks

to Foxtel magazine about fighting for

the WBO welterweight title in front of

an expected 55,000 fans, plus a global

audience in the millions.

Pacquiao is a boxing legend – how

exciting is it to fight him in Brisbane?

It’s an opportunity I didn’t think

would come this quickly in my career

but I welcome it. For him to fight me

in my home town is a big risk to take.

I guess he is confident he can beat me,

especially considering his experience.

He has fought so many greats such

as Floyd Mayweather, Miguel Cotto,

Shane Mosley, Oscar De La Hoya…

He has fought absolutely everyone and

taken care of nearly all of them. So this

is great for me and hopefully a passing

of the baton if I can beat him.

Left: Horn will

be challenging

for his first

welterweight

world title and

should not be

underestimated.

Opposite:

Pacquiao has

many moves to

his profile as

a professional

boxer and also

currently serves

as Senator of

the Philippines

How will you deal with the pressure

of a worldwide audience of millions?

There will be heaps of global interest,

but I have had that before at the 2012

Olympics. In my head I am making

it exactly the same. I’ll draw on my

experience from the Olympics and

past fights. The pressure is there but

I am willing to handle it.

The 55,000 fans will obliterate

attendance records for boxing

in Australia – how does that feel?

It will be a massive crowd. I didn’t

think I’d be in front of that many

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BOXING

NET’S

his life when the legendary Manny Pacquiao takes him on in Brisbane

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people so soon. It will be great having

family and friends watching live. That

is a massive advantage I will have.

In a sport full of bravado, you two are

considered the gentlemen of boxing...

He’s a nice guy. He never says anything

bad. The only thing that was frustrating

was when he was on his phone in the

press conference [in April].

Do you think he lacks respect for you?

He probably does lack a bit of respect

for me because he doesn’t know me

that well. Only a couple of months

ago he said he didn’t know who I was.

If he underestimates you, that could

be a huge advantage...

I think he is underestimating me. He

has fought massive names and that’s

why he is such a big name in boxing.

So to fight a relative unknown, he’d be

thinking it’s an easy fight. I’m hoping

he’s thinking that as it’ll make things

easier for me. When you underestimate

any opponent you can come unstuck.

Opponents have thought they can

outbox me, but they get in the ring

and don’t realise how strong I am.

Your background is school teaching.

This is a long way from a classroom...

It will be a big difference not walking

out in front of 30 kids to teach; just

one Manny Pacquiao. Hopefully I’ll

teach him a lesson.

Tell us about how you started boxing

to combat bullying...

I got into a couple of fights and got

picked on throughout high school.

By the end I’d had enough. I finished

playing soccer and thought I wouldn’t

make it any further, but wanted to

do sport for a living. I went to uni but

also went to the boxing gym to learn

self-defence. It ended up turning into

a career as I was pretty good at it.

Do you hope to inspire other

children who are victims of bullying?

Definitely. It gives you confidence

learning to protect yourself through

the sport of boxing. It no longer makes

you a target for bullies.

Who are your boxing idols?

I never followed it early in my life

so didn’t have too many idols. But

I always found Pacquiao exciting

to watch. I also like how Daniel Geale

and Danny Green have handled

themselves in and out of the ring.

What’s next if you beat Pacquiao?

I’d like to take more big fights and

would love to fight in a casino in

America. If I can unify the division

I will, but I need to take one step

at a time. I’ve got a big wall in

front of me on July 2 I have

to get through first.

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TENNIS

A rivalry

REB

RN

As Andy Murray fights to defend his Wimbledon title, a renewed Roger Federer

is hot on his heels – but FOX SPORTS’ Adam Peacock says he’s not the only one

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A

ndy Murray is a man

who needs no reminding

of the glory that results

from taking a win at the

All England Club.

So overwhelmed was the tennis world

with Murray’s 2013 Wimbledon victory

that one match review stated: “It was

one of those moments that will forever

be bathed in a glow of palpable warmth,

from the crowd and the skies above the

opened roof of Centre Court”.

There is no grand slam as iconic as

Wimbledon, and that Murray moment

four years ago reaffirmed what the title

means to those who compete for it.

As he held aloft the men’s singles

champion trophy, tears streamed down

Murray’s face as the enormity of the

occasion took hold of him – he had

become the first British male to claim

a Wimbledon title since 1936.

So much had been invested in winning,

however, that Murray’s game suffered

in the aftermath and he got only as

far as a semifinal in one of his next

five grand slam tournaments.

The big question heading into

Wimbledon this year is can Murray

overcome another of those “weird”

periods of fluctuating form?

If he can, he may have to dispense

with either Roger Federer (who beat

Murray in the 2012 final) or Novak

‘The Joker’ Djokovic (the man Murray

overcame in straight sets in 2013).

Above:

FOX SPORTS

presenter

Peacock says

the mix at

Wimbledon

will be all about

the top seeds.

Left: a knee

injury plagued

Federer’s 2016

season, so he’s

been working

his way up to

a Wimbledon

win this year.

Opposite:

could Murray’s

inconsistencies

be put down

to an ailment?

We talk to FOX SPORTS presenter

Adam Peacock to get the lowdown on

what to expect at Wimbledon 2017

THE REBIRTH OF FEDERER

Murray and Djokovic were hogging all

the headlines in the lead-up to the 2017

Australian Open, then came Federer,

who made a stunning comeback from

injury to claim the title over another

much-loved veteran, Rafael Nadal.

Before he’d even wiped the sweat

from his brow at Melbourne Park – his

18th grand slam – Federer was eyeing

another Wimbledon trophy.

His victory at the Miami Open,

coming with a straight sets victory

over Nadal, was his third big win of

the year. All after sitting out the final

six months of 2016 with a knee injury.

“Wimbledon has to be the biggest

goal now,” Federer said after the victory.

Peacock adds: “I think everyone is

a bit stunned that in the first three to

four months of the season he was the

best player in the world.

“It’s just brilliant to see the guy still

able to play at the level he’s at. What

he has done, it transcends the sport.”

Federer says it’s no coincidence the

veterans have returned to the spotlight.

He and other grass court specialists,

he points out, excelled on a fast court

at the Australian Open.

“After his sabbatical last year he has

come back rejuvenated,” Peacock says

of Federer. “He is of the opinion that

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50 FOXTEL JULY


if he can win the Australian Open, he

has got to be in the mix at Wimbledon.

Going back to Wimbledon last year you

could easily have looked at that and

thought Federer probably wouldn’t win

another grand slam. He won’t be a sitting

duck. He’s a massive hope [to win].”

THE MYSTERY OF MURRAY

Defending champion Murray has

confounded commentators this year,

playing well one week then appearing

hopelessly out of touch the next.

While some players are quick to blame

injuries for form lapses, Murray rarely

cites physical ailments for losses. It has

some wondering if he’s carrying an

injury that he hasn’t disclosed.

“He’s in the mix at Wimbledon, but

I just don’t know what’s happened to

him this year,” Peacock says.

“He was so good at Wimbledon in

2016, so strong mentally, but he’s had

some weird losses this year. He’s good

enough, but I’m not sure he’s in the

right mental space to do it again.”

NO JOKING IN

THE DJOKOVIC CAMP

“And if Murray’s drop in form has been

weird, then Djokovic’s is X-Files stuff!”

Peacock declares.

“Maybe he’s lost three per cent on the

player he was and that three per cent was

the edge he had. He’d been unbeatable

no matter the serve or forehand you put

to him. I think the drop [in consistency]

is a combination of the physical and

mental. Now it’s a question of whether

he can turn that around.”

DON’T DISMISS KYRGIOS

Nick Kyrgios will lead Australia’s hopes

at Wimbledon once again. He had

two wins over Djokovic back in March

and pushed Federer to three sets before

a Davis Cup tie, but took a tennis break

following the death of his grandfather.

He conceded his mind wasn’t “fully

invested in tennis” at the Miami Open,

but Peacock believes Kyrgios is a more

mature player than the one who was

bundled out by Murray in 2016 and

can impress at Wimbledon.

“He’s a top-five chance, absolutely”

Peacock says of the Aussie.


SUPERCARS

CIRCUIT

BREAKERS

As the Supercars campaign reaches its exciting halfway point with the

Townsville 400, three star drivers talk a season of thrills and spills

52 FOXTEL JULY


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I

t’s already been one hell of a ride.

Since this year’s Supercars season

revved into action in March at the

Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, Australia’s

premier motorsport series has delivered

unmissable drama. Fans were promised

one of the closest years of racing in

recent history and so far they haven’t

been disappointed.

The podium results have been spread

across several teams, meaning the hunt

for the title is wide open. Triple Eight

Race Engineering and DJR Team Penske

have set the benchmark high with their

blistering pace, but the speed is scattered

across the field, ensuring the standings

are tight at the top.

As the Supercars season reaches its

halfway point with the Townsville 400,

drivers Shane van Gisbergen, Fabian

Coulthard and Garth Tander dissect

their year and reflect on a whirlwind

four months behind the wheel.

In the opening round, defending

champion van Gisbergen continued

on from where he left off last year in

his Holden VF Commodore by taking

the opening two races and getting his

title defence off to a flying start. But

he hasn’t had it all his own way.

“We started well in Adelaide, but since

then things have gone crazy with silly

penalties and a few tyre failures,” says

the Triple Eight Race Engineering

driver. “We’re lacking some consistency

through no fault of our own, but I’m

enjoying the season. The championship

is super close and we are well and

truly in the hunt, so that is cool.”

For DJR Team Penske driver

Coulthard, his second year behind

the wheel of his Ford FG X Falcon

has been all about the pace. “It’s

been a great start to the year,” says

the Kiwi driver. “We came out

of the box pretty quickly with

two front-row qualifyings at

Adelaide, and since then we’ve

had multiple podiums and a few

race wins. It shows how well the

team worked in the off-season.”

Above (from

top): Tander is

back to where it

all began at the

team he started

his Supercars

career with;

Coulthard feels

he’s working

well with new

teammate

McLaughlin;

despite a few

bumps in the

racing road,

van Gisbergen

is enjoying his

run. Opposite:

Tander’s return

to Garry Rogers

Motorsport is

reaping better

than expected

race rewards

“THE CHAMPIONSHIP IS SUPER

CLOSE AND WE ARE WELL AND

TRULY IN THE HUNT”

– Shane van Gisbergen

He continues: “We have come out

with competitive cars at every track

we’ve been to. As a driver, that is really

awesome for confidence, not wondering

if we are going to have a good weekend

or not. Last year, we showed glimpses

of speed but also struggled at times.

This year we have found consistency.”

A huge factor in DJR Team Penske’s

success in 2017 has been the dynamic

of Coulthard and his new teammate

Scott McLaughlin.

“It’s nice to have a proven race-winner

join the team,” Coulthard shares of his

fellow countryman. “I have been pushed

to another level and you can see that

the rivalry on the track is bringing the

team forward. I like to think I’m helping

Scotty and Scotty is helping me.”

Veteran driver Tander has gone

back to where it all began this season,

reuniting with Garry Rogers Motorsport

and a racing team that is very much

in transition. Having made the switch

from Volvo to Holden only 10 weeks

before pre-season testing began, the

team is now learning on the run as

the campaign rolls on. But for Tander,

a return to the team that he began

his Supercars career with in 1998 has

provided comfort in familiar surrounds.

“The change has been good,” he

explains. “There are four or five guys

who are still here from when I left

13 years ago. The team is bigger now

so there are many new faces, but it

has been enjoyable reconnecting with

a few guys I used to work with as well

as creating new working relationships.

“Results have been better than

expected as the team went through

a big change over the break, swapping

from Volvos to Commodores. The

workload was immense and we are

behind the eight ball with development.

We are competing against teams who

have been racing their current cars for

three or four years, but I think we are

trucking along pretty well.”

Tander is also getting used to the

dynamic of working with new teammate

James Moffat.

“James and I didn’t know each other

that well before this season,” he says of

their working relationship. “But we both

like the same things from the car and

are giving similar feedback in terms of

its development. We’re both realistic

of where we are at car-speed-wise.”

As the season moves towards its

pointy end, starting with Townsville

and then the Ipswich SuperSprint

from July 28, all drivers can expect

challenges from every direction.

“Different cars are fast every round

and it is exciting to be a part of,” says

van Gisbergen. “That’s the best thing

about our sport – everyone is at a high

level and we all have competitive cars.

We have to prepare well and not make

mistakes. And a bit of luck helps.”

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GOLF

GREAT

BRITISH

TEE OFF

On the eve of the British Open, legendary Australian golfer Jack Newton

reflects on the tournament he came within millimetres of winning in 1975

BRITISH OPEN

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T

here is no tournament quite

like the British Open. The

third major of the year stands

alone on the golf calendar

thanks to its prestige, long history and

unique characteristics, and is in stark

contrast to how the game is played on

the other side of the Atlantic. The 146th

edition will tee off at Royal Birkdale in

Southport in North West England and

will challenge the best players with the

nuances of windswept links golf.

In 1975, larrikin Australian rising star

Jack Newton masterfully navigated his

way around Carnoustie Golf Links in

Angus Scotland over five days of nearly

flawless championship stroke play. The

then-25-year-old from Cessnock, NSW

was leading on the final day in the back

nine holes before finishing runner-up to

Tom Watson by one stroke in a thrilling

18-hole playoff. With a few slices of luck,

Newton could have lifted the Claret Jug,

but while he lost out to the American

– who claimed the first of his eight

major titles – it announced the arrival

of the Australian as a golfing force to

be reckoned with.

With the British Open beginning this

month, Newton recalls that wonderful

Above:

Henrik Stenson

of Sweden plays

the final round

of 2016’s British

Open at Royal

Troon, winning

the event. The

event changes

location each

year and 2017

marks the ninth

time it will be at

Royal Birkdale

experience 37 years ago and how close

he came to winning, and tells us in his

own words what makes the tournament

so special for golfers.

THE MAGIC OF THE OPEN

It is always a wonderful experience.

Growing up, I wanted to win the

Australian Open and the British Open.

It was internationally represented better

than any of the American tournaments

in those days. I think American golf

has become a putting competition,

whereas the British Open is subject to

weather that is, well, typically British.

54 FOXTEL JULY


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If the temperature goes down and

it starts pelting with rain, most of the

Americans want to pack up and go

home. The conditions are important.

You can guarantee it will blow one day

or more, which will eliminate a lot of

players. When that happens, you have

to run the ball which, in America, you

generally don’t do. They just put it on

the green and it stops. But in British

links golf, often you’ll have a shot where

you have to run it, rather than fly it up

and watch it stop, because it won’t.

YOU NEED A LITTLE LUCK

The draw is important. Play starts at

7.30am and last hit-off is at 4.10pm, so

you can be waiting around. Sometimes

it’s not a disadvantage to wait if it is

windy, as it might drop with the tides

in the late afternoon. But it could also

go the other way – calm in the morning

and then blow like hell in the afternoon.

I think it’s vital to cop the best end of

the weather to be in with a real chance

of winning. Unless it blows all day and

then it’s fair for one and all, but that

doesn’t happen often.

1975: OH SO CLOSE

In the 18-hole playoff, it was tight all day.

It piddled with rain and it was pretty

cold, and I was one in front playing the

14th par five. Prior to that on the eighth

par three, Watson pulled it left. They

had put up temporary, free-standing

wire fencing along the left side of the

hole to keep spectators back and he

hit one of the strands of wire as it was

going out of bounds. It dropped down

between the posts and he had to play

his shot over the bunker, taking the

club over the second and third strand

in order to play the shot. He got it on

the green and holed it from 20 feet

(6.1 metres) for three.

When I look back on things, it was

probably fate that he was due to win it.

We came up to the last hole still level

and I was just off the fairway on the left

side. The pin was back left and I hit it

straight at the flag. I thought that it was

perfect but it skidded on a bit, and then

I missed it coming back. It ended up

being 71 for him and 72 for me – Watson

winning by one stroke. You have got

to have luck and when it’s your day, it’s

your day. You have to get the breaks

throughout the tournament. Now 18-hole

playoffs are a thing of the past.

THE GOLF COURSE

Royal Birkdale is a very good track.

I have fond memories from there. But

again, it just depends on the weather

and if the course is bouncy and whether

or not the balls will stay on the greens.

They have made some of the par fives

into par fours and, if the wind blows

the wrong way, you just can’t reach the

green. Australians have had some

success there though.

Below (from

top): Newton

in 1980 before

his accident in

1983, where he

was struck by

a light aircraft

propeller at

Sydney Airport.

The golfer’s

right arm was

severed and

he lost his right

eye; playing at

his namesake

event in 2001,

The Jack

Newton

Celebrity

Classic on the

Sunshine Coast

GOING FOR

GLORY

COULD 2017 BREAK THE 24-YEAR

DROUGHT SINCE AN AUSTRALIAN

LAST LIFTED THE TROPHY?

On the British Open winners’ honour board,

four Australians have their names etched

into greatness. Peter Thomson (pictured)

won the tournament an incredible five times

in 1954, 1955, 1956, 1958 and 1965; Greg

Norman twice in 1986 and 1993; Kel Nagle in

1960; and Ian Baker-Finch in 1991. But of the

current crop of Australian stars, Adam Scott’s

one-stroke runner-up finish in 2012 is the

closest any have come to winning it in well

over a decade.

“There’s a question mark over Adam Scott

with the wind,” Newton says. “Cameron Smith

had his first PGA Tour win in May. He is a nice

player. I’ve watched him quite intently and

he has a nice action. Although he is quite short

and hasn’t got enormous length, he’s very

consistent. And he has a great short game.

“I’m not sure about Jason Day as I don’t

think he’s played enough golf this year. He

also seems to be getting injured a lot. He has

a great short game, although not as good as

[American] Jordan Spieth. But he hits it a long

way. Two years ago at the Australian Open,

I sat next to Spieth and he said, ‘How far does

Jason Day hit the balls’. Obviously Day has got

into his head. But with Spieth’s short game,

if the weather gets rough it’ll come in handy

– particularly with his putting.

“The way [American] Dustin Johnson is

going, he will be hard to beat because he hits

the ball so damn far. It’s the perfect way to

play golf when you have the power he’s got.”

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SPORT

AFL

TOYOTA

PREMIERSHIP

continues LIVE from

Saturday July 1 at 1.30pm

on FOX FOOTY [504] 1The AFL season rolls on in July

with a mega month of unmissable

fixtures. It all gets underway when

the Western Bulldogs and West

Coast face off against each other

at Etihad Stadium on July 1. Plus,

catch the epic weekend of derbies

kicking off in round 17 with Geelong

meeting Hawthorn for their rivalry

clash, and GWS Giants and Sydney

Swans (both pictured) taking each

other on for local glory at Spotless

Stadium – both

games are

on July 15.

2

RUGBY UNION

SUPER RUGBY LIVE from Saturday July 1

at 3am on FOX SPORTS 501

Following the international Test break, Super

Rugby returns for the last two rounds before

the finals series when the Sharks host the Bulls

on July 1. With New Zealand teams dominating

the Australasian group, it’s likely only one Aussie

team will be in the finals, with the Brumbies in

the box seat. The Reds vs Brumbies (featuring

Aidan Toua, pictured) on July 7 will be crucial.

ATHLETICS

IAAF DIAMOND LEAGUE LIVE from

Sunday July 2 at 4am on Eurosport [511]

WORLD-CLASS ATHLETICS WILL

FEATURE ON EUROSPORT ALL

MONTH WITH FIVE HUGE MEETS

ACROSS EUROPE AND NORTH AFRICA.

CATCH ALL THE TRACK AND FIELD ACTION

FROM PARIS (JULY 1), LAUSANNE (JULY 6),

LONDON (JULY 9), RABAT (JULY 16) AND

MONACO (JULY 21).

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DON’T MISS

le

CAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Africa’s premier club

football competition continues LIVE from Saturday

July 1 at 5am on beIN SPORTS [513/514/515].

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5

CYCLING

TOUR DE WALLONIE:

STAGES THREE TO FIVE

LIVE from Monday July 24 at 11.30pm

on Eurosport [511]

The European cycling season continues in

July with three stages of the Tour de Wallonie,

a five-stage race that weaves 911km around

the Wallonia region in Belgium. Local rider

Dries Devenyns (pictured, centre) won the

general classification last year ahead of

fellow Belgian Gianni Meersman and both

are expected to return for this year’s race.

MOTORSPORT

MOTOGP: GRAND PRIX OF GERMANY

LIVE Saturday July 1 at 5pm

on FOX SPORTS 506

The MotoGP season reaches its halfway

point in July at the Sachsenring in Saxony.

Since 2013, Honda rider and current world

champion Marc Márquez (pictured) has

dominated in Germany, topping the podium the

last four years straight. Only a brave punter would

bet against the Spaniard winning his fifth in a row.

NRL

TELSTRA PREMIERSHIP

continues LIVE from Saturday July 1

at 2.30pm on FOX LEAGUE [502]

The Super Saturday double-header on July 1

will feature finals-bound teams as the

Roosters host the Sharks and the Raiders

(including Jordan Rapana, pictured) host

the Cowboys. On July 7, the Roosters and

Rabbitohs clash in a long-standing rivalry.

The Friday night double-header on July 14

featuring the Warriors vs Panthers and

Raiders vs Dragons will be a beauty.

BASEBALL

MLB ALL-STAR GAME

LIVE Wednesday July 12

at 10am on ESPN [508]

Marlins Park in Florida will welcome the

superstars of baseball (including Johnny

Cueto of the San Francisco Giants, pictured)

as it hosts the MLB All-Star Game for the first

time. The best of the American League and

National League will face off in the 88th

edition and it’s bound to produce fireworks.

CRICKET

ENGLAND vs SOUTH AFRICA

TEST SERIES LIVE from

Thursday July 6 at 8pm

on FOX SPORTS MORE [507]

With the ICC Champions Trophy

run and won, attention turns to

Test cricket and the four-match

series between England and

South Africa. England skipper

Joe Root (pictured) will lead his

country in a Test series for the

first time since Alastair Cook

resigned, heralding a new era

for the Poms ahead of the Ashes.

ICC WOMEN’S WORLD CUP The Aussie

cricket girls are in England LIVE from Sunday

July 2 at 7pm on FOX SPORTS 505.

LUCAS OIL PRO MOTOCROSS CHAMPIONSHIP

The dudes of dirt rip it up on two wheels LIVE

from Sunday July 2 at 3am on ESPN2 [509].

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SPORT

LIVE SPORT

X GAMES MINNEAPOLIS

AFL

FOX FOOTY +

AFL UNDER 18

CHAMPIONSHIP

5 July 2pm

Victoria Metro vs Allies

4.30pm Victoria Country

vs South Australia

TOYOTA AFL

PREMIERSHIP

1 July 1.30pm

Western Bulldogs

vs West Coast

4.30pm Gold Coast

vs North Melbourne

7.20pm Greater Western

Sydney vs Geelong

2 July 1pm

Essendon vs Brisbane

4.30pm

Fremantle vs St Kilda

7 July 7.30pm Adelaide

vs Western Bulldogs

8 July 1.30pm

Hawthorn vs Greater

Western Sydney

4.30pm

Sydney vs Gold Coast

7.20pm

St Kilda vs Richmond

9 July 1pm North

Melbourne vs Fremantle

4.30pm West Coast

Eagles vs Port Adelaide

14 July 7.30pm

St Kilda vs Essendon

15 July 1.30pm

Geelong vs Hawthorn

4.30pm Gold Coast

vs Collingwood

7.20pm Greater Western

Sydney vs Sydney

16 July 1pm

Richmond vs Brisbane

4.30pm Fremantle

vs West Coast

21 July 7.30pm

Adelaide vs Geelong

22 July 1.30pm Essendon

vs North Melbourne

4.30pm Western Bulldogs

vs Gold Coast

7.20pm Sydney vs St Kilda

23 July 1pm

Richmond vs Greater

Western Sydney

4.30pm Brisbane vs Carlton

28 July 7.30pm

Hawthorn vs Sydney

29 July 1.30pm

North Melbourne

vs Melbourne

4.30pm Port Adelaide

vs St Kilda

7.20pm Carlton vs Geelong

30 July 1pm

Western Bulldogs

vs Essendon

4.30pm West Coast

vs Brisbane

FOX SPORTS +

1 July 2pm

Carlton vs Adelaide

7.30pm

Port Adelaide vs Richmond

2 July 3pm

Hawthorn vs Collingwood

8 July 2pm

Collingwood vs Essendon

7pm Brisbane vs Geelong

9 July 3pm

Carlton vs Melbourne

15 July 2pm

Port Adelaide

vs North Melbourne

7.30pm Melbourne

vs Adelaide

16 July 3pm Carlton

vs Western Bulldogs

22 July 2pm

Melbourne

vs Port Adelaide

7.30pm Fremantle

vs Hawthorn

23 July 3pm

Collingwood vs West Coast

29 July 2pm

Greater Western Sydney

vs Fremantle

7.25pm Gold Coast

vs Richmond

30 July 3pm

Collingwood vs Adelaide

ACTION SPORTS

ESPN +

X GAMES

MINNEAPOLIS

15 July 11am

16 July 3am and 9am

17 July 3am

ATHLETICS

EUROSPORT +

IAAF DIAMOND

LEAGUE

2 July 4am Paris, France

7 July 4am

Lausanne, Switzerland

17 July 4am

Rabat, Morocco

22 July 4am Monaco

EUROPEAN ATHLETICS

ASSOCIATION

12 July 3.30am

Lucerne, Switzerland

IAAF WORLD YOUTH

CHAMPIONSHIPS

12 July 4.30pm and 10pm

13 July 1am, 4.30pm and

11.30pm

14 July 1.45am, 4.30pm

and 11.30pm

15 July 1.45am, 4.30pm

and 11.30pm

EUROPEAN JUNIOR

CHAMPIONSHIPS

20 July 11pm

21 July 11.30pm

22-23 July 11pm

AMERICAN FOOTBALL

ESPN +

CANADIAN

FOOTBALL LEAGUE

1 July 12pm

Edmonton Eskimos

vs Montreal Alouettes

29 July 11.30am

Edmonton Eskimos

vs BC Lions

BASEBALL

ESPN +

MAJOR LEAGUE

BASEBALL

2 July 11am

3 July 11am Chicago Cubs

vs St Louis Cardinals

4 July 9am

5 July 6am and 10am

6 July 9am

10 July 10am Cleveland

Indians vs Detroit Tigers

11 July 10am

MLB Home Run Derby

12 July 10am

MLB All-Star Game

17 July 10am Boston Red

Sox vs New York Yankees

18-21 July 9am

24 July 10am Chicago

Cubs vs St Louis Cardinals

25-27 July 10am

31 July 10am Chicago

Cubs vs St Louis Cardinals

BASKETBALL

ESPN +

WNBA

7 July 10am

Minnesota Lynx

vs Los Angeles Sparks

19 July 11am Seattle

Storm vs Chicago Sky

26 July 10am Minnesota

Lynx vs New York Liberty

NBA

SUMMER LEAGUE

8 July 8.30am, 10.30am

and 12.30pm

9 July 10.30am and

12.30pm

10 July 8.30am and

10.30am

11 July 10.30am and

12.30pm

12 July 6pm and 8pm

13 July 12pm, 2pm, 4pm,

6pm and 8pm

14 July 6am, 8am, 10am

and 12pm

16 July 6am, 8am, 10am

and 12pm

17 July 8am Semifinal 1

10am Semifinal 2

18 July 12pm Final

BOXING

MAIN EVENT +

WBO WELTERWEIGHT

TITLE FIGHT:

PACQUIAO

vs HORN

2 July 11am

CRICKET

FOX SPORTS +

2017 ICC WOMEN’S

WORLD CUP

2 July 7pm

India vs Pakistan

5 July 7pm

Sri Lanka vs India

9 July 7pm

England vs Australia

12 July 7pm

Australia vs india

58 FOXTEL JULY


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15 July 7pm

England vs West indies

18 July 7pm Semifinal 1

20 July 7pm Semifinal 2

23 July 7pm Final

CYCLING

EUROSPORT +

TOUR DE WALLONIE

24-26 July 11.30pm

LONDON-SURREY

CLASSIC

31 July 2am

DARTS

FOX SPORTS +

SHANGHAI

DARTS MASTERS

6-7 July 9pm

US MASTERS

14-16 July 6am

BETVICTOR WORLD

MATCHPLAY

23 July 4am and 10pm

24-31 July 4am

EQUESTRIAN

EUROSPORT +

LONGINES GLOBAL

CHAMPIONS TOUR

9 July 5.30am Portugal

FENCING

EUROSPORT +

WORLD FENCING

CHAMPIONSHIPS

24 July 9.45pm

25 July 2.15am and 10pm

26-27 July 2am

FOOTBALL

beIN SPORTS +

CAF

CONFEDERATIONS

CUP

1 July 5am

8 July 5am

CAF CHAMPIONS

LEAGUE

1-3 July 5am

8-10 July 5am

CAMPEONATO

BRASILEIRO

2-3 July 5am and 8am

9-10 July 5am and 8am

+ EVENTS ALSO AVAILABLE

IN HIGH DEFINITION

13 July 8.30am and

10.45am

14 July 10am

16-17 July 5am and 8am

20 July 8.30am and

10.45am

21 July 10am

23-24 July 5am and 8am

30-31 July 5am and 8am

MAJOR LEAGUE

SOCCER

2 July 9am

3 July 7am and 9.30am

5 July 9am, 10.30am,

11am and 13.30pm

6 July 9.30am,

10.30am and 12.30pm

7 July 10.30am

20 July 9.30am,

12.30pm and 12.45pm

22 July 9am

23 July 4am, 9.30am

and 12pm

24 July 8.15am and

12.30pm

27 July 9.30am

30 July 6.50am, 9.30am

and 10am

CLUB FRIENDLIES

15 July 12pm

Manchester United

vs Los Angeles Galaxy

18 July 12pm Manchester

United vs Real Salt Lake

SCOTTISH

PROFESSIONAL

FOOTBALL LEAGUE

16 July 12am

19 July 4.45am

23 July 12am

26 July 4.45am

30 July 12am

INTERNATIONAL

CHAMPIONS CUP

18 July 10pm AC Milan

vs Borussia Dortmund

19 July 10pm

Bayern Munich vs Arsenal

20 July 10.05 Paris

Saint-Germain vs AS Roma

21 July 12pm Manchester

United vs Manchester City

22 July 7.35pm Bayern

Munich vs AC Milan

23 July 8am

FC Barcelona vs Juventus

i

10.05am

Tottenham Hotspur

vs Paris Saint-Germain

24 July 7am

Manchester United

vs Real Madrid

10pm

Inter Milan vs AC Milan

25 July 9.30pm

Chelsea vs Bayern Munich

26 July 10am AS Roma

vs Tottenham Hotspur

27 July 9.35am

Manchester United

vs FC Barcelona

11am Paris Saint-Germain

vs Juventus

1.30pm Real Madrid

vs Manchester City

9.30pm Bayern Munich

vs Inter Milan

29 July 9.30pm

Chelsea vs Inter Milan

30 July 8am

Manchester City

vs Tottenham Hotspur

10am Real Madrid

vs FC Barcelona

31 July 6am

Juventus vs AS Roma

ESPN +

MAJOR LEAGUE

SOCCER

1 July 11.30am

22 July 9am

Orlando City SC vs

Atlanta United FC

30 July

12pm LA Galaxy

vs Seattle Sounders

31 July 4am

Toronto FC vs

New York City FC

INTERNATIONAL

FRIENDLY

2 July 7am

USA vs Ghana

WOMEN’S

TOURNAMENT

OF NATIONS

28 July 12pm

USA vs Australia

31 July 10am

USA vs Brazil

FOX SPORTS +

WOMEN’S

TOURNAMENT

OF NATIONS

28 July 9am

Brazil vs Japan

12pm

USA vs Australia

FOR FULL INFORMATION AND LISTINGS,

GO TO YOUR FOXTEL ON-SCREEN TV GUIDE

+ Available to customers with an iQHD or MyStar HD box who subscribe to the relevant SD channel

as part of their pack and the HD channel pack. Some services not available to all homes.

GOLF

FOX SPORTS +

US SENIOR OPEN

1-3 July 4am

USPGA TOUR: QUICKEN

LOANS NATIONAL

1 July 5.30am

2-3 July 3am

EURO PGA TOUR:

OPEN DE FRANCE

1-2 July 9.30pm

USLPGA TOUR:

KPMG WOMEN’S PGA

CHAMPIONSHIP

2-3 July 5am

EURO PGA TOUR:

IRISH OPEN

6-7 July 7pm

8 July 10.30pm

9 July 9.30pm

WEB.COM TOUR:

LECOM HEALTH

CHALLENGE

7-8 July 2.30am

9-10 July 5am

USPGA TOUR:

THE GREENBRIER

CLASSIC

7-8 July 5am

9-10 July 3am

USLPGA TOUR:

THORNBERRY CREEK

LPGA CLASSIC

7-9 July 8am

10 July 7.30am

EURO PGA TOUR:

SCOTTISH OPEN

13-14 July 7.30pm

16 July 12am

USPGA

CHAMPIONS TOUR:

CONSTELLATION

SENIOR PLAYERS

CHAMPIONSHIP

14-15 July 3.30am

16 July 5am

USLPGA TOUR:

US WOMEN’S OPEN

14-17 July 5am

USPGA TOUR:

JOHN DEERE CLASSIC

14-15 July 6am

16 July 3.30am

17 July 3am

WEB.COM TOUR:

UTAH CHAMPIONSHIP

14-15 July 9am

16-17 July 8am

MORE SPORT

GREAT MOMENTS

BEST OF BRITISH OPEN

With the British Open teeing off on July 20, FOX SPORTS

dedicates a pop-up channel to one of the most prestigious

events in golf. In the week leading up to the event, enjoy

classic final rounds – including Greg Norman’s wins in

1986 and 1993 – and playoffs, as well as official films

from the annals of British Open history.

From Monday July 17 at 8am on FOX SPORTS MORE [507]

2016 WIMBLEDON FINALS

All eyes will be on the grass courts of Wimbledon for

two weeks from July 3 when this highly anticipated

tennis major gets underway in London. On July 2, take

a look back at the 2016 men’s final between Andy Murray

and Milos Raonic (both pictured), and the women’s

decider between Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber.

Sunday July 2 at 3pm on FOX SPORTS 505

MANNY PACQUIAO FIGHTS

Filipino boxing legend Manny Pacquiao takes on

Aussie Jeff Horn in the Battle of Brisbane for the WBO

welterweight title on July 2. On the day before the big

bout at Suncorp Stadium, enjoy a four-and-a-half-hour

marathon of Pacquiao fights, including the 2015 megafight

against Floyd Mayweather (pictured).

Saturday July 1 at 9am on FOX SPORTS 505

FOXTEL JULY 59


SPORT

RUGBY UNION: NEW ZEALAND vs BRITISH AND IRISH LIONS

BRITISH OPEN

20-21 July 3.30pm

22 July 7pm

23 July 6pm

USPGA TOUR:

BARBASOL

CHAMPIONSHIP

21-22 July 7am

23-24 July 6am

EURO PGA TOUR:

PORSCHE

EUROPEAN OPEN

27-28 July 7pm and 11pm

29-30 July 9pm

EUROPEAN

SENIOR TOUR:

BRITISH SENIOR

OPEN

27 July 9pm

28 July 12am and 9pm

29 July 12am

30 July 12am and 11pm

USLPGA: LADIES

SCOTTISH OPEN

27-28 July 10pm

USPGA TOUR:

RBC CANADIAN

OPEN

28-29 July 5am

30-31 July 3am

HOT DOG EATING

ESPN +

NATHAN’S

FAMOUS

HOT DOG

EATING CONTEST

5 July 5am

TENPIN BOWLING

ESPN +

PBA

OKLAHOMA OPEN

2-3 July 3am

POKER

ESPN +

WORLD SERIES

OF POKER

10 July 4am

12 July 10am

15 July 10am

16 July 4am

17 July 4am

18 July 9am

21-23 July 11am

MOTORSPORT

ESPN +

INDYCAR SERIES

10 July 7am

Iowa Corn 300

17 July 5am

Honda Indy Toronto

31 July 5am

Honda Indy 200

LUCAS

OIL PRO

MOTOCROSS

CHAMPIONSHIP

23 July 4am

30 July 6am

EUROSPORT +

SPEEDWAY

EURO

CHAMPIONSHIP

16 July 2.45am

FIA

WORLD

TOURING CAR

CHAMPIONSHIP:

ARGENTINA

16 July 4.30am and 5am

FIA WORLD

ENDURANCE

CHAMPIONSHIP:

GERMANY

16 July 9pm

BLANCPAIN

GT SERIES

ENDURANCE CUP

30 July 12.30am and

11.30pm

FIM ENDURANCE

WORLD

CHAMPIONSHIP:

JAPAN

30 July 12.15pm

FOX SPORTS +

MOTOGP (+MOTO2

& MOTO3): GRAND

PRIX OF GERMANY

1 July 4.55pm Practice 3

8.30pm Qualifying

2 July 4.30pm Race Day

NASCAR SPRINT CUP

2 July 9am

Coke Zero 400

17 July 4.30am

New Hampshire 301

24 July 4.30am

Brickyard 400

WORLD RALLY

CHAMPIONSHIP:

POLAND

2 July 5pm and 8pm

FIA WORLD

RALLYCROSS

CHAMPIONSHIP:

SWEDEN

2 July 10pm

NASCAR

CAMPING

WORLD TRUCK

SERIES

7 July 9am Buckle Up

In Your Truck 225

30 July 2.30am

Pocono Mountains 150

SUPERCARS

CHAMPIONSHIP:

WATPAC

TOWNSVILLE 400

7 July 10am

8 July 9am

9 July 8.30am

FORMULA 1:

AUSTRIAN

GRAND PRIX

7 July 5.45pm Practice 1

9.45pm Practice 2

8 July 6.45pm Practice 3

10pm Qualifying

9 July 8.30pm Race Day

NASCAR

XFINITY SERIES

8 July 9.30am

Alsco 300

23 July 5am

Lilly Diabetes 250

30 July 5am

American Ethanol E15 250

SUPERBIKE WORLD

CHAMPIONSHIP:

USA

9 July 4am and 6.30am

10 July 6.30am

MONSTER ENERGY

NASCAR CUP

9 July 9am

Coke Zero 400

31 July

4.30am Pocono 400

FORMULA 1:

BRITISH

GRAND PRIX

14 July 5.45pm

Practice 1

9.45pm Practice 2

15 July

6.45pm Practice 3

9pm Qualifying

16 July 8.30pm Race Day

FORMULA E

CHAMPIONSHIP

17 July 5.30am New York

31 July 5.30am Montreal

+ EVENTS ALSO AVAILABLE

IN HIGH DEFINITION

FIM SPEEDWAY

GRAND PRIX

23 July 2am Cardiff

WORLD RALLY

CHAMPIONSHIP:

FINLAND

28 July 3am

29 July 3.30am

30 July 8pm

SUPERCARS

CHAMPIONSHIP:

COATES HIRE

IPSWICH

SUPERSPRINT

28 July 10.30am

29 July 9.30am

30 July 10am

FORMULA 1:

HUNGARIAN

GRAND PRIX

28 July 5.45pm Practice 1

9.45pm Practice 2

29 July 6.45pm

Practice 3

9pm Qualifying

30 July 8.30pm Race Day

ROWING

FOX SPORTS +

WORLD CUP II

9 July 6pm

RUGBY LEAGUE

FOX LEAGUE +

ENGLISH SUPER

LEAGUE

1 July 4.30am

2 July 2am

Catalans vs Leigh

7 July 4.30am

Wakefield Trinity

vs Castleford

8 July 4.30am

9 July 2am

Catalans vs Wigan

14 July 4.30am

Wigan vs Warrington

15 July 4.30am

21 July 4.30am

Warrington vs Widnes

22 July 4.30am

23 July 2am

Catalans vs Castleford

28-29 July 4.30am

Super 8s

30 July 12am Super 8s

INTRUST SUPER

PREMIERSHIP

NSW

1 July 12.30pm

Wyong vs Newtown

i

8 July 3pm

Penrith vs Blacktown

15 July 3pm

Newcastle vs Blacktown

22 July 12.30pm

Penrith vs Illawarra

29 July 12.30pm

NRL HOLDEN CUP

1 July 10.40am

Roosters vs Sharks

2 July 11.45am

Knights vs Tigers

8 July 1.10pm

Panthers vs Sea Eagles

14 July 3.30pm

Warriors vs Panthers

15 July 1.10pm

Knights vs Broncos

16 July 11.40am

Sea Eagles vs Tigers

22 July 10.40am

Panthers vs Titans

29 July 10.40am

30 July 11.45am

NRL TELSTRA

PREMIERSHIP

1 July 2.30pm

Roosters vs Sharks

5.30pm

Sea Eagles vs Warriors

7.30pm

Raiders vs Cowboys

2 July 1.30pm

Knights vs Tigers

4pm

Rabbitohs vs Panthers

7 July 7pm

Roosters vs Rabbitohs

8 July 5pm

Panthers vs Sea Eagles

7.30pm Storm vs Eels

9 July 3.30pm

Bulldogs vs Knights

14 July 5.30pm

Warriors vs Panthers

7.50pm

Raiders vs Dragons

15 July 5pm

Knights vs Broncos

7.30pm

Titans vs Sharks

16 July 1.30pm

Sea Eagles vs Tigers

4pm

Rabbitohs vs Cowboys

20 July 7pm

Broncos vs Bulldogs

21 July 5.30pm

Roosters vs Knights

7.50pm

Sharks vs Rabbitohs

22 July 2.30pm

Panthers vs Titans

5pm

Raiders vs Storm

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7.30pm

Cowboys vs Warriors

23 July 1.30pm

Dragons v Sea Eagles

4pm

Tigers vs Eels

27 July 7pm

28 July 5.30pm and

7.50pm

29 July 2.30pm, 5.30pm

and 7.30pm

30 July 1.30pm and 4pm

WOMEN’S INTERSTATE

CHALLENGE:

NSW vs QUEENSLAND

23 July 11.30am

RUGBY UNION

FOX SPORTS +

SUPER RUGBY

1 July 3am

Sharks vs Bulls

9am

Jaguares vs Kings

10.30pm

Cheetahs vs Stormers

2 July 1am

Lions vs Sunwolves

7 July 7pm

Reds vs Brumbies

9.45pm

Force vs Rebels

8 July 7.30pm

Waratahs vs Jaguares

9 July 1.15am

Bulls vs Kings

3.30am

Stormers vs Sunwolves

14 July 5.30pm

Highlanders vs Reds

7.45pm

Rebels vs Jaguares

15 July 3am

Kings vs Cheetahs

1pm

Sunwolves vs Blues

3.15pm

Chiefs vs Brumbies

5.30pm

Hurricanes vs Crusaders

7.30pm

Force vs Waratahs

16 July 1.15am

Sharks vs Lions

3.30am

Bulls vs Stormers

21-22 July 5.30pm

Qualifying Final

7.45pm

Qualifying Final

23 July 1am

28-29 July 5.30pm

Semifinal

7.45pm Semifinal

(Fixtures dependent

on which teams qualify)

30 July 1am Semifinal

NEW ZEALAND

vs BRITISH

AND IRISH LIONS

TEST SERIES

1 July 5pm Second Test

8 July 5pm Third Test

SURFING

FOX SPORTS +

WORLD SURF

LEAGUE:

CORONA OPEN

J-BAY

12-23 July 3.30pm

TENNIS

beIN SPORTS +

WTA TOUR:

AEGON

INTERNATIONAL

EASTBOURNE

1 July 10.30pm

WTA TOUR:

BUCHAREST

OPEN

20-21 July 9pm

23 July 12am

23 July 11pm

WTA TOUR:

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25-27 July 7pm

28 July 4pm

29 July 7pm

30 July 6pm

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25 July 7pm

26 July 7pm

27 July 2am and 7pm

28 July 7pm

29 July 11pm

30 July 11pm Final

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10 July 8pm

11-12 July 9.30pm

12 July 10pm

ATP TOUR:

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21 July 7pm

22 July 8.30pm

23 July 10pm

ATP TOUR:

HALL OF FAME OPEN

22 July

3am Quarterfinals

23 July 4am

Semifinals

24 July 5am

Final

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30 July 5am and 7am

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29 July 4.15am

30 July 4.30am

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24 July 10am

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SPORT TALK

THE GUIDE TO EXPERT ANALYSIS OF YOUR FAVOURITE SPORT

MIKE AND MIKE

AFL 360 [FOX FOOTY]

3 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

4-6 July 12.30pm, 5pm,

7.30pm, 9.30pm, 11.30pm

7 July 1.30pm, 5.30pm

10 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

11-13 July 12.30pm, 5pm,

7.30pm, 9.30pm, 11.30pm

14 July 1.30pm, 5.30pm

17 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

18-19 July 12.30pm, 5pm,

7.30pm, 9.30pm, 11.30pm

20 July 12.30pm, 4pm,

7.30pm, 9.30pm, 11.30pm

21 July 1.30pm, 5.30pm

24 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

25-27 July 12.30pm, 5pm,

7.30pm, 9.30pm, 11.30pm

28 July 1.30pm, 5.30pm

31 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

AFL Bounce [FOX FOOTY]

2 July 7.20pm, 10.50pm

3 July 8.30am, 12pm, 6pm

7 July 12.30am

9 July 7.20pm, 10.50pm

10 July 8.30am, 12pm, 6pm

14 July 12.30am

16 July 7.20pm, 10.50pm

17 July 8.30am, 12pm, 6pm

21 July 12.30am

23 July 7.20pm, 10.50pm

24 July 8.30am, 12pm, 6pm

28 July 12.30am

30 July 7.20pm, 10.50pm

31 July 8.30am, 12pm, 6pm

AFL Today [FOX FOOTY]

1, 8, 15, 22, 29 July 1pm

2, 9, 16, 23, 30 July

12.30pm

AFL Tonight [FOX FOOTY]

3-5, 10-12, 17-19, 24-25,

31 July 7pm

6, 13, 20, 27 July 6pm

7, 14, 21, 28 July 6.30pm

Around The Horn [ESPN]

1, 11-12, 14-15, 18-22,

25-29 July 7pm

ATP World Tour Uncovered

[ESPN]

7, 14, 21, 28 July 2pm

Back Page [FOX SPORTS]

4, 11, 18, 25 July

7.30pm, 9.30pm

5, 12, 19, 26 July

8pm, 1pm, 5.30pm

Before The Bounce

[FOX FOOTY]

2, 9, 16, 23, 30 July 4pm

Bounce [FOX FOOTY]

2, 9, 16, 23, 30 July

7.15pm, 10.45pm

3, 10, 17, 24, 31 July

5am, 8.30am, 12pm, 6pm

ESPN FC [ESPN]

1 July 8pm

2 July 12am

3 July 8pm

4-8 July 12am, 8pm

9 July 12am

10 July 8.30pm

11-12 July 12am, 8pm

13-14 July 1am, 8pm

15 July 12am, 8pm

16 July 12am

17 July 8pm

18-22 July 12am, 8pm

23-30 July 12am

31 July 8pm

ESPN First Take [ESPN]

1 July 2am

18-22 July 7am

25 July 7.30am

26-27 July 8am

28 July 8.30am

29 July 7am

FIBA World Basketball

[ESPN]

6 July 2.30pm

13 July 3pm

20 July 1pm

27 July 4pm

Golfing World

[FOX SPORTS]

3, 10, 17, 24, 31 July

5.30pm

4-7, 11-14, 18-21,

25-28 July 6pm

Highly Questionable [ESPN]

1 July 6.30am

11 July 5am, 3pm

12 July 6.30am, 4.30pm

14 July 8.30pm

15 July 2.30pm, 8.30pm

18-20 July 5pm, 6.30am

21-22 July 6.30am

25-28 July 6.30am

29 July 6.30am, 4.30pm

Inside Supercars

[FOX SPORTS]

5 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm,

10pm

12 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm

13 July 8am, 1pm, 5.30pm

19 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm

20 July 8am, 1pm, 5.30pm

26 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm

27 July 8am, 1pm, 5.30pm

Inside The PGA Tour

[FOX SPORTS]

6, 13 July 5.30pm

20 July 4pm

27 July 5pm

Jalen & Jacoby [ESPN]

1 July 3.30pm

2 July 12.30am

4 July 4pm

5-6 July 12.30am, 4pm

7 July 12.30am

8 July 12.30am, 3.30pm

9 July 12.30am

11 July 4pm

12 July 12.30am, 4pm

13 July 1.30am

14 July 1.30am, 3.30pm

15-16 July 12.30am

18 July 4.30pm

19 July 12.30am, 4.30pm

20-21 July 12.30am, 4.30pm

22-23 July 12.30am

25 July 4.30pm

26 July 2.30pm

27 July 4.30pm

28 July 3.30pm

29 July 4pm

30 July 12.30am

Kick & Chase [FOX SPORTS]

4, 11, 18, 25 July

6.30pm, 8.30pm

5, 12, 19, 26 July

12pm, 4.30pm

The Late Show With

Matty Johns [FOX LEAGUE]

1 July 10pm

6 July 8.30pm, 10.30pm

7 July 12.30pm, 5.30pm

8 July 10pm

13 July 8.30pm, 10.30pm

14 July 8.30am, 2.30pm

15 July 10pm

20 July 9.45pm, 11.45pm

21 July 9.30am, 4pm

22 July 10pm

27 July 9.45pm, 11.45pm

28 July 9.30am, 4pm

29 July 10pm

League Life [FOX LEAGUE]

5 July 12.30am, 7.30pm,

9.30pm, 11.30pm

6 July 1pm, 6.30pm

19 July 12.30am, 7.30pm,

9.30pm, 11.30pm

20 July 8.30am, 1pm,

5.30pm

26 July 12.30am, 7.30pm,

9.30pm, 11.30pm

27 July 1pm, 5.30pm

League Teams With Derm

And Roosy [FOX FOOTY]

6, 13, 20, 27 July 6.30pm,

8.30pm, 10.30pm

7, 14, 21, 28 July 8am,

12.30pm, 4.30pm

Mike And Mike [ESPN]

3-7 July 10pm, 11pm

11 July 12am, 10pm

12-15 July 12am

17 July 10.30pm

18-21 July 10pm

24-28 July 11pm

31 July 10pm

Monday Night With

Matty Johns [FOX LEAGUE]

3 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

4 July 1pm, 4.30pm

10 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

11 July 8am, 1pm, 5pm

17 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

18 July 1pm, 4.30pm

24 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

25 July 1pm, 4.30pm

31 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

NBA: The Jump [ESPN]

1 July 8.30pm

4 July 5am, 8.30pm

6-8 July 5am, 8.30pm

12 July 5am, 8.30pm

19-22 July 5am, 8.30pm

25-28 July 5am, 8.30pm

NFL Live [ESPN]

6-7 July 3pm

12 July 5pm

18-20 July 2.30pm

21 July 3pm

25 July 2.30pm

27 July 2.30pm

NRL 360 [FOX LEAGUE]

3 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm,

10.30pm

4-5 July 3.30pm, 6.30pm,

8.30pm, 10.30pm

6 July 5.30pm

10 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm,

10.30pm

11 July 4pm, 6.30pm,

8.30pm, 10.30pm

12 July 5pm

13 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

14 July 7.30am, 1.30pm

17 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm,

10.30pm

18-19 July 3.30pm,

6.30pm, 8.30pm, 10.30pm

20 July 4.30pm

24 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm,

10.30pm

25-26 July 3.30pm,

6.30pm, 8.30pm, 10.30pm

27 July 4.30pm

31 July 6.30pm, 8.30pm,

10.30pm

NRL Sunday Ticket

[FOX LEAGUE]

2, 16, 23, 30 July 1.25pm,

6pm

9 July 3.30pm, 6pm

NRL Tonight [FOX LEAGUE]

3-5 July 6pm

6 July 7.30pm

7 July 6.30pm

10-11 July 6pm

12-13 July 7pm

17-19 July 6pm

20 July 6.30pm

21 July 5pm

24-26 July 6pm

27 July 6.30pm

28 July 5pm

31 July 6pm

On The Couch [FOX FOOTY]

3 July 8.30pm, 10.30pm

4 July 12.30am, 9am,

1.30pm, 6pm

10 July 8.30pm, 10.30pm

11 July 12.30am, 9am,

1.30pm, 6pm

17 July 8.30pm, 10.30pm

18 July 12.30am, 9am,

1.30pm, 6pm

24 July 8.30pm, 10.30pm

25 July 12.30am, 9am,

1.30pm, 6pm

31 July 8.30pm, 10.30pm

On The Couch With Sterlo

[FOX LEAGUE]

4 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

5 July 8.30am, 1pm,

4.30pm

11 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

12 July 8am, 1pm, 6pm

18 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

19 July 1pm, 4.30pm

25 July 7.30pm, 9.30pm,

11.30pm

26 July 8.30am, 1pm,

4.30pm

Pardon The Interruption

[ESPN]

1, 11-12, 14-15, 18-19,

20-22, 25-29 July 7.30pm

The Professor’s Second

Year Syndrome

[FOX LEAGUE]

1 July 9.30pm

6 July 8pm

7 July 9.45pm, 11.15pm

8 July 9.30pm

12 July 8pm

14 July 9.45pm, 11.15pm

15 July 9.30pm

21 July 9.45pm, 11.15pm

22 July 9.30pm

28 July 9.45pm, 11.15pm

29 July 9.30pm

Queenslanders Only

[FOX LEAGUE]

5 July 8pm, 10pm

6 July 12am, 1.30pm, 7pm

7 July 3am, 10.30am

19 July 8pm, 10pm

20 July 12am, 1.30pm, 6pm

26 July 8pm, 10pm

27 July 12am, 1.30pm, 6pm

SportsCenter [ESPN]

1 July 11pm

2 July 1pm, 2pm, 5pm, 11pm

3 July 8am, 1pm, 2.30pm,

11pm, 11.30pm

4 July 8am, 12pm, 1pm,

2pm

5 July 1am, 9am, 1pm, 2pm,

11pm

6 July 12pm, 1pm, 2pm,

11pm

7 July 1pm, 2pm, 11pm

8-9 July 11pm

10 July 11.30pm

11 July 1pm, 2pm, 11pm

12 July 1pm, 2pm

13 July 12pm, 1pm, 2pm

14 July 12pm, 2pm, 11pm

15 July 9am, 1pm, 1.30pm,

11pm

17 July 11pm, 11.30pm

18 July 2pm

19-20 July 1pm, 2pm, 11pm

21 July 2pm

22 July 1pm, 2pm, 11pm

23 July 10am, 1pm, 2pm

24 July 1pm, 2.30pm, 5pm

25 July 9am, 1pm, 2pm

26 July 12pm, 1pm, 2pm

27 July 1pm, 1.30pm, 2pm

28 July 2pm

29 July 1pm, 2pm, 11pm

30 July 8am, 2pm

31 July 12am, 8am, 1pm,

2.30pm, 11pm, 11.30pm

Super Saturday Scoreboard

[FOX FOOTY]

1, 8, 15, 22, 29 July 10pm

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SKY RACING PROGRAM GUIDE

CHANNEL 526

CHANNEL 527

CHANNEL 528

MONDAY

5:00 One On One

5:30 Big Sports Breakfast TV

9:00 Sky Racing 1 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 1 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 1 Racenight

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Latenight

4:00 Thoroughbred Weekly

TUESDAY

5:00 Form Line Extra

5:30 Big Sports Breakfast TV

9:00 Sky Racing 1 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 1 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 1 Racenight

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Latenight

4:00 In The Gig

4:30 The Catching Pen

WEDNESDAY

5:00 Form Line Extra

5:30 Big Sports Breakfast TV

9:00 Sky Racing 1 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 1 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 1 Racenight

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Latenight

4:00 In The Gig

4:30 The Catching Pen

THURSDAY

5:00 Form Line Extra

5:30 Big Sports Breakfast TV

9:00 Sky Racing 1 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 1 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 1 Racenight

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Latenight

4:00 Form Line

FRIDAY

5:00 One On One

5:30 Big Sports Breakfast TV

9:00 Sky Racing 1 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 1 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 1 Racenight

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Latenight

4:00 In The Gig

4:30 The Catching Pen

SATURDAY

5:00 Form Line

6:00 The Punting Club Saturday

6:30 Racing HQ

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Racemorning

12:00 Raceday Saturday

6:00 Sky Racing 1 Racenight

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Latenight

4:00 On The Lounge

SUNDAY

5:00 Form Line Extra

5:30 Racing Replay

7:30 Form Line Extra

8:00 Sky Racing 1 Racemorning

12:00 Raceday Sunday

6:00 Sky Racing 1 Racenight

10:00 Sky Racing 1 Latenight

4:00 Thoroughbred Weekly

PROGRAMS SUBJECT TO CHANGE

– PLEASE REFER TO THE EPG

FOR THE LATEST INFORMATION

MONDAY

6:00 Racing Replay (cont.)

8:00 Sky Raceday Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 2 Raceday

6:00 Thoroughbred Weekly

7:00 Racing Replay

8:00 Sky Racing 2 Racenight

4:00 Racing Replay

TUESDAY

6:00 Racing Replay (cont.)

8:00 Sky Racing 2 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 2 Raceday

6:00 In The Gig

6:30 The Catching Pen

7:00 Thoroughbred Weekly

8:00 Sky Racing 2 Racenight

4:00 Racing Replay

WEDNESDAY

6:00 Racing Replay (cont.)

8:00 Sky Racing 2 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 2 Raceday

6:00 At The Boxes

6:30 Sky Racing 2 Racenight

4:00 Racing Replay

THURSDAY

6:00 Racing Replay (cont.)

8:00 Sky Racing Early Edition

9:00 On The Lounge

10:00 Form Line Extra

10:30 In The Gig

11:00 The Catching Pen

11:30 Form Line Extra

12:00 Sky Racing 2 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 2 Racenight

4:00 Racing Replay

FRIDAY

6:00 Racing Replay (cont.)

8:00 Sky Racing 2 Racemorning

9:00 The Punting Club

10:00 Sky Racing 2 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 2 Racenight

4:00 Racing Replay

SATURDAY

6:00 Racing Replay (cont.)

6:30 In The Gig

7:00 The Catching Pen

7:30 Form Line

8:30 The First Call

10:00 In The Gig

10:30 The Catching Pen

11:00 Thoroughbred Preview

12:30 Sky Racing 2 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 2 Racenight

4:00 Racing Replay

SUNDAY

6:00 Racing Replay (cont.)

8:00 Sky Racing 2 Racemorning

12:00 Sky Racing 2 Raceday

6:00 Sky Racing 2 Racenight

4:00 Racing Replay

MONDAY

7:00 Thoroughbred Weekly

8:00 Racing Replay

11:30 Thoroughbred Weekly

12:30 Thoroughbred Preview Live

1:30 Central Raceday

6:00 Form Line Extra

6:30 Racing Replay

7:00 On The Lounge

10:30 Weigh In

11:30 Racing Replay

TUESDAY

7:00 Form Line Extra

7:30 Racing Replay

12:00 Form Line Extra

12:30 Thoroughbred Preview Live

1:30 Central Raceday

6:00 Form Line Extra

6:30 Racing Replay

7:00 Bred To Win

7:30 One On One

8:00 Form Line Extra

8:30 Thoroughbred Weekly

9:30 Racing Replay

WEDNESDAY

7:00 Form Line Extra

7:30 Racing To Win

8:30 Racing Replay

12:00 Form Line Extra

12:30 Thoroughbred Preview Live

1:30 Central Raceday

6:00 Form Line Extra

6:30 Central Racenight

2:00 Form Line Extra

2:30 Racing Replay

THURSDAY

7:00 Form Line Extra

7:30 Racing Replay

12:00 Form Line Extra

12:30 Thoroughbred Preview Live

1:30 Central Raceday

7:30 Form Line

8:30 Key Factors

9:00 Racing Replay

FRIDAY

7:00 Form Line

8:00 Racing Replay

11:30 Form Line

12:30 Thoroughbred Preview Live

1:30 Central Raceday

6:00 Form Line Extra

6:30 Central Racenight

2:00 Racing Replay

6:30 Racing HQ

SATURDAY

7:00 Racing HQ (cont.)

9:00 Racing HQ Encore

11:00 Thoroughbred Preview Live

12:30 Central Raceday

6:00 Form Line Extra

6:30 Central Racenight

9:00 Racing Replay

SUNDAY

7:00 Form Line Extra

7:30 Racing To Win

9:00 Thoroughbred Weekly

12:00 Form Line Extra

12:30 Thoroughbred Preview Live

1:30 Central Raceday

9:00 One On One

9:30 Thoroughbred Weekly

10:30 Racing Replay

\

Sky Racing will bring you all the

action from Ascot this month

RICHARD

WADE

SKY RACING

PRESENTER

INTERNATIONAL

TOUR DE FORCE

With Group One thoroughbred action in Australia on hiatus, Sky Racing

will take you around the globe this month with an extravaganza of

international racing.

It kicks off on Saturday July 1 when Greyville Racecourse stages

South Africa’s greatest horse racing event, the Durban July Handicap.

The following weekend will see Sandown Park (UK) host their most

esteemed race, the Coral-Eclipse, a race won by Australian champion

So You Think back in 2011. On Sunday July 9 all eyes will be on Kranji

for the G1 Singapore Derby.

From there it’s off to Newmarket for England’s best sprint, the

Darley July Cup, to be run on Saturday July 15. On Saturday July 22

it’s time to don your top hats and coat-tails and enjoy the best that

the Northern Hemisphere has to offer, as the picturesque Ascot

hosts the prestigious King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes.

Back on home soil, one of Australia’s most famous country carnivals

will be conducted at Grafton on Wednesday July 12 and Thursday July 13.

The listed Ramornie Handicap and Grafton Cup, both boasting prize

money of $160,000, will attract high quality fields with the big stables

sure to have a strong hand in both features. While south of the border

a number of horses will begin spring early, racing to win with the

G3 Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday July 15 and

the G3 Bletchingly Stakes on Saturday July 29.

In harness racing, Tabcorp Park Melton will host a total of 12 Group

Ones over two days, with the Vicbred Super Series Finals on Friday July 7

and Saturday July 8. While the $200,000 Blacks A Fake will take place at

Albion Park on Saturday July 15, supported by the G1 QBRED Triad Finals.

Sky Racing will bring you the best from home and abroad this July!

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WEEK 1: JULY

EDITOR’S PICKS

DRAMA

Game of Thrones:

Greatest Moments

Winter is here and this month on Foxtel

is a hell of a time for GoT fans. Before

the much-anticipated premiere of season

seven on July 17, get in the spirit with

Greatest Moments.

Who wouldn’t want to be privy to all the

behind-the-scenes gems from the world

of fire and ice? This special event dissects

the most thrilling moments from the fantasy

thus far, including Joffrey’s (Jack Gleeson,

pictured) ill-fated wedding, with the cast

revealing the reality behind the most

shocking scenes, while celebrity fans

discuss what stood out for them.

EXPRESS Tuesday July 4 at 8.30pm

on showcase [114]

DOCOS

Facelifts and Fillers

Once the domain of only the rich and famous, cosmetic

procedures that assist people in looking younger and

thinner are now commonplace.

Dr Darren McKeown operates one of the busiest

cosmetic medicine clinics in Scotland, and this

one-hour special looks at his patients and procedures;

exploring the desires that drive them to undergo

these expensive and painful treatments.

Tuesday July 4 at 8.30pm

on Nat Geo People [628]

DOCOS

Justice Served:

Murderous Affairs

The saying ‘There’s a fine line between

love and hate’ doesn’t ring truer than in this

15-episode American series investigating love

affairs gone wrong and spouses who kill.

A 2015 study from The Australian Institute

of Criminology classifies this type of offence

as ‘intimate partner’ crime and it accounts for

23 per cent of homicides in Australia.

The tragic tales profiled in this series give

a whole new meaning to the vow “till death

do us part”, as each episode spotlights one

or two crime stories. Every case features

actual evidence, re-enactments and news

footage of these lethal relationships.

Sundays from July 2 at 8pm

on Crime + Investigation [613]

LIFESTYLE

The World’s Most

Extraordinary Homes

This new four-part BBC-produced series is akin to

a globetrotting Grand Designs. Is it the voyeur in

us that draws us to programs that show how other

people live? Regardless, this show is interesting.

Join architect Piers Taylor and property enthusiast

and actress Caroline Quentin (Jonathan Creek) as they

explore exceptional homes around the world and

the stunning landscapes where they are located.

Thursdays from July 6 at 8.30pm on Lifestyle [106]

WORDS: CAREY SWAN. PHOTOS: iSTOCKPHOTO; HBO

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Saturday July 1 – Friday July 7

Supersized

laughs

ENTERTAINMENT

S

ituation comedy Superstore sure has some

pedigree, with creator Justin Spritzer

a co-executive producer on the American

version of The Office – a transatlantic crossing

that surprisingly maintained its funny bones.

In a similar vein, this new series has a bunch

of oddball characters employed at a megastore

called Cloud 9. The workforce includes main

character Jonah (Ben Feldman, pictured), who

thinks he’s smarter than everyone he works

with but also has a little bit of a crush on his

supervisor Amy (America Ferrera, Ugly Betty).

There’s also pregnant teenager Cheyenne

(Nichole Bloom), wheelchair-bound jokester

Garrett (Colton Dunn), gay brownnoser Mateo

(Nico Santos), odd Christian manager Glenn

(Mark McKinney) and security-obsessed Dina

(Lauren Ash). Crazy Dina and daffy Glenn are

lovable weirdos who never seem to have an

appropriate reaction to anything.

Lovers of physical comedy will appreciate

the slapstick here with things like toilet paper

displays constantly being knocked over. And

in one hilarious episode the employees think

that a mannequin looks exactly like Jonah, so

they start setting up the figure in elaborate

scenarios. You get the picture!

The jokes are situational-based as these

diverse people are forced to work together

and find some common ground. Just like any

new people you meet – the better you know

the characters in Superstore the more fun the

half-hour show is. This kooky program, with

its consistent stream of off-kilter jokes and

ridiculous scenarios, screens in double-episodes

and is a rewarding addition to your comedy

viewing roster. No need to shop around, folks…

get yourselves to Superstore!

SUPERSTORE (s1-2A)

Sundays from July 2 at 7.30pm on FOX8 [108]

part of the ENTERTAINMENT pack

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SATURDAY JULY 1

Premiere programs appear in red Closed captioned Series Link NE New Episode FP Final play

HD Channel is available in High Definition; PG Parental Guidance recommended for persons under

15; M Mature audiences; MA 15+ Not recommended for persons under 15; R 18+ Not recommended for

persons under 18; (TBC) To Be Classified; (TBA) To Be Advised a adult themes d drugs h horror

l language m medical n nudity s sexual references v violence

MOVIES

MISS PEREGRINE’S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN

at 7.30pm on Foxtel Movies Family [405]

or catch up in On Demand

ALSO IN HD 401 +2 411 ALSO IN HD 402 ALSO IN HD 404 +2 415

6.00 Sing Street (cont.)

6.55 The Beatles: Eight Days

A Week (2016) (M l)

8.45 Risen (2016) (M av)

10.40 The Intern (2015)

Comedy. (M al)

12.45 Masterminds (2014)

Comedy. Zach Galifianakis,

Kristen Wiig. (M ls)

2.25 Bad Moms (2016)

Comedy. Mila Kunis.

(MA 15+ lns)

4.10 Now You See Me 2

(2016) Action/Adventure.

Jesse Eisenberg,

Mark Ruffalo. (M v)

6.25 Suicide Squad

(2016) Action/Adventure.

Will Smith, Margot

Robbie. (M alv)

8.30 Jason Bourne

(2016) Action/Adventure.

Matt Damon, Alicia

Vikander. (M av)

10.40 The Legend Of Tarzan

(2016) Action/Adventure.

Alexander Skarsgård,

Margot Robbie. (M av)

12.30 Warcraft: The Beginning

(2016) Action/Adventure.

(M v)

2.30 The End Of The Tour

(2015) (M ls)

4.15 The Unauthorized

Saved By The Bell Story

(2014) (M a)

5.40 Free State Of Jones

(2016) (MA 15+ av)

6.00 Amélie (cont.)

6.15 Temple Grandin (2010)

Drama. (PG)

8.10 Of Mice And Men (1992)

Drama. John Malkovich.

(M v)

10.05 Not Without My Daughter

(1991) Thriller/Suspense.

Sally Field. (PG)

12.05 Last Cab To Darwin

(2015) Drama. Michael

Caton. (M al)

2.10 The Best Exotic

Marigold Hotel (2011)

Comedy. Judi Dench.

(PG)

4.20 Slumdog Millionaire

(2008) Drama. Dev Patel.

(MA 15+ va)

6.25 In The Valley Of Elah

(2007) Drama.

Tommy Lee Jones,

Charlize Theron.

(MA 15+ anv)

MARGARET POMERANZ

PRESENTS

8.30 Hell Or High Water

(2016) Thriller/Suspense.

Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine.

(MA 15+ v)

10.20 Gran Torino (2008)

Drama. Clint Eastwood.

(M lv)

12.15 American Beauty (1999)

Drama. (MA 15+ adv)

2.15 Bananas (1971) Comedy.

(PG)

3.35 Magnolia (1999) Drama.

(MA 15+ adls)

6.40 Pixie Hollow Bake Off

(2013)

6.50 Snow White And

The Seven Dwarfs (1937)

8.15 Tarzan (1999) (PG)

9.45 Your Friend The Rat

(2007)

10.00 Tron (1982)

11.35 Confessions Of A

Teenage Drama Queen

(2004) (PG)

1.05 Princess Protection

Program (2009)

2.35 Wizards Of Waverly Place:

The Movie (2009)

4.15 Enchanted (2007)

6.05 Frozen Northern

Lights Shorts (2016)

Animation. FP

WINTER WONDERLAND

6.30 Frozen (2013) Family.

Kristen Bell. (PG)

8.15 Alice Through The

Looking Glass (2016)

Family. Mia Wasikowska,

Johnny Depp. (PG)

10.10 Hannah Montana:

The Movie (2009) Family.

11.55 Hannah Montana &

Miley Cyrus: Best Of Both

Worlds (2008) Family.

1.20 The Rescuers (1977)

2.40 The Rescuers

Down Under (1990)

4.00 Blank Check (1994)

(PG)

5.35 One Hundred And One

Dalmatians (1961)

DOCOS

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6.00 This Is Opera (cont.)

6.30 For The Love Of Spock

(M l)

8.30 Art Of Spain

9.30 Behind The Artist

(PG)

10.30 Shirley Bassey In

Concert

11.30 Another Audience

With Shirley Bassey

12.30 Dame Shirley Bassey:

A Celebration (PG)

1.30 Diamonds Are For

Trevor At The SOH

3.30 André Rieu: The Flying

Dutchman

5.35 Fake Or Fortune?

(PG)

6.40 Guitar Star (PG)

7.30 Talks Music

Ray Davies. (M l)

8.30 A Tribute To

Neil Young (PG)

9.35 The Who:

Quadrophenia Live

In London (M dln)

11.20 Jimi Hendrix: Live At

Woodstock (M l)

12.20 Guitar Star (PG)

1.20 Tonight At The London

Palladium (PG)

2.20 Europakonzert 2015

From Athens

4.00 Shakespeare: The

Animated Tales

4.35 Shakespeare: The

Animated Tales (PG)

5.10 Much Ado About

Nothing (2011) (PG)

6.00 Auction Hunters

(PG)

6.30 MythBusters (PG)

8.30 Anthony Bourdain:

Parts Unknown (M)

9.30 Killer Instinct With Chris

Hansen (M)

10.30 Murder Chose Me (M)

11.30 Evil Kin (M)

12.30 Homestead Rescue

Hacks Revealed (PG)

1.30 Dr Karl’s Outrageous

Acts Of Science (PG)

2.30 Abalone Wars (M)

6.30 Homestead Rescue

Hacks Revealed

Virginia. (PG)

7.30 Treehouse Masters

Appalachian Christmas

Treehouse. (PG) NE

8.30 Salvage Hunters

(PG) NE

9.30 Deadliest Catch

Down In Flames. (PG)

10.30 Auction Hunters

Once A Pawn A Time.

(PG)

11.00 Delicacy Hunter: On

The Silk Road (PG) NE

12.00 Dr Karl’s Outrageous

Acts Of Science (PG)

1.00 Railroad Australia

(PG)

2.00 Moonshiners (M)

3.00 Treehouse Masters

(PG)

4.00 Moonshiners (M)

5.00 MythBusters (PG)

6.00 Air Crash Investigation

(cont.)

7.30 Evacuate Earth

Micro Monsters. (M av)

8.30 Outback Wrangler

48 Hours In The Swamp.

(Pt 1 & 2)/A Truckload Of

Crocs. (Pt 1 & 2) (PG)

10.30 Build Your Own Dam

Bomb (PG)

12.30 Worst Weather Ever?

(PG)

1.30 The Next Mega Tsunami

(M av)

2.30 Air Crash Investigation

Slammed To The Ground/

Miracle Flight. (PG)

4.30 10 Ways To End The World

(PG)

6.30 Nazi Megastructures

Himmler’s SS. (PG)

7.30 America’s Great

War 1917-1918 (PG)

8.30 Genius Einstein:

Chapter 10. (PG)

9.30 Explorer (M a)

10.30 Map Of Hell (M a)

12.30 Space Mysteries

Comets: Target Earth/

Alien Safari.

2.30 The Australian ’80s

Tear Down These Walls/

Super Power. (PG)

4.30 Lawless Oceans

The Crime. (MA 15+ alv)

5.30 Uncensored With

Michael Ware Riding For

Mother Russia. (M a)

ALSO IN HD 611

6.00 The Man Who Saved

The World (cont.)

6.30 The Kennedy Files

(PG)

7.30 The Pharaoh’s Lost City

(PG)

8.30 Time Team

9.30 Ancient Impossible

10.30 America Unearthed (M v)

11.30 The Man Who Saved

The World (PG)

12.30 Battlefield (PG)

2.30 The Kennedy Files

(PG)

3.30 The Pharaoh’s Lost

City (PG)

4.30 The Quizeum

(PG) NE

5.00 The World From Above

(PG) NE

5.30 The Private Lives Of

The Tudors (PG)

6.30 Quest For

Bannockburn Day One:

The Lead Up To The

Battle. (M av)

7.30 Ancient Discoveries

Egyptian Warfare. (PG)

8.30 The Somme 1916:

From Both Sides Of

The Wire First Day.

(PG)

9.30 Who Killed The

Princes In The Tower?

(M v)

10.30 UFO Hunters

(PG)

11.30 Top Ten Warfare

(PG)

6.00 John Bishop’s Australia

(cont.)

7.10 Louis Theroux: Return

To The Most Hated Family

(M al)

8.30 Where The Wild Men Are

* Washington State.

* Tanzania.

* Hungary. (PG)

11.45 Top Gear USA

The Tractor Challenge/

Monument To Moab.

(M l)

1.55 Ice Town: Life On

The Edge Good Tracks Or

Bad Tracks/On Thin Ice.

(PG)

3.55 Top Gear (PG)

5.00 Xploration Earth 2050

Future Of Water/

Future Of Robots. (PG)

6.10 Top Gear (PG)

7.30 Where The Wild

Men Are French

Polynesia. (PG)

8.30 An Idiot Abroad

Brazil. (MA 15+ ln)

9.30 Land Of The

Midnight Sun (PG)

10.35 Top Gear (PG)

1.00 Top Gear USA

The Tractor Challenge/

Monument To Moab.

(M l)

2.35 Xploration Earth 2050

Future Of Water. (PG)

3.00 Where The Wild

Men Are (PG)

613

6.00 Cold Justice (M av)

7.00 Cops (M d)

7.30 24 To Life (M)

8.30 Fame Kills (M av)

9.30 Babies Behind Bars

(M)

10.30 Dead Again (M av)

11.30 Cold Justice (M av)

12.30 24 To Life (M)

1.30 Unusual Suspects (M dv)

3.30 Hollywood 911 (M)

4.30 Behind Bars: World’s

Toughest Prisons Miami

Dade County Jail And

Bootcamp, Florida, US.

(M)

5.30 60 Days In: Atlanta

The Marine Test. (MA 15+)

6.30 Deadly Women

Evil Guardians. (M av)

7.30 My Crazy Ex

Camera Plants, Patriotic

Rants And Yoga Pants.

(M) NE

8.30 Bad Teachers

Hot For Teacher.

(M as)

9.30 Love Me (M al)

11.30 Autopsy Post-mortem

With Dr Michael Baden.

(MA 15+)

12.30 When Ghosts Attack

(M av)

1.30 My Dirty Little Secret

(M av)

2.30 Hollywood 911 (M)

3.30 My Crazy Ex (M)

4.30 Bad Teachers (M as)

5.30 Deadly Women (M av)

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6.00 Jem And The

Holograms (cont.)

6.20 Josie And The

Pussycats (2001) (PG)

8.00 The Ant Bully (2006)


9.30 Robinson Crusoe: The

Wild Life (2016)

11.05 See Spot Run (2001)

(PG)

12.45 The Secret Life Of Pets

(2016)

2.15 Coraline (2009) (PG)

4.00 Getting Even With Dad

(1994) Comedy. Macaulay

Culkin. (PG)

5.50 Mr Magorium’s Wonder

Emporium (2007) Family.

Dustin Hoffman.

7.30 Miss Peregrine’s

Home For Peculiar

Children (2016) Family.

Eva Green. A young boy

learns about embracing

the original and peculiar

in everyone. (M av)

9.40 Goosebumps (2015)

Family. Jack Black,

Dylan Minnette. (PG)

11.25 The Sandlot (1993)

Family. Thomas Guiry.

(PG)

1.05 Recipe For Disaster

(2003)

2.40 Bill (2015) (PG)

4.15 Dragonball Evolution

(2009) (PG) FP

5.40 Astro Boy (2009) (PG)

6.00 Pride And Prejudice

And Zombies (cont.)

6.25 Paycheck (2003)

Sci-Fi/Fantasy. (M v)

INVASION EARTH

MARATHON

8.30 Cloverfield (2008)

Action/Adventure.

Mike Vogel. (M v)

10.00 War Of The Worlds

(2005) Action/Adventure.

Tom Cruise. (M v)

12.00 Man Of Steel (2013)

Action/Adventure.

Henry Cavill. (M v)

2.25 Knowing (2009)

Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Nicolas Cage,

Rose Byrne. (M a)

4.30 The 5th Wave (2016)

Action/Adventure.

Chloë Grace Moretz.

(M alv)

6.25 Deep Impact (1998)

Action/Adventure.

Morgan Freeman,

Elijah Wood. (M al)

8.30 The Day After

Tomorrow (2004)

Action/Adventure.

Dennis Quaid,

Jake Gyllenhaal. (M a)

10.40 Pacific Rim (2013)

Sci-Fi/Fantasy.

Charlie Hunnam. (M v)

12.55 The River Wild (1994)

(M lv)

2.45 Rocky (1976) (M l)

4.45 Rocky II (1979) (PG)

6.00 Blonde Ambition (cont.)

6.35 Absolutely Anything

(2015) Comedy. (M lsv)

8.05 Bedazzled (2000)

Comedy. Brendan Fraser.

(M l)

9.40 There’s Something

About Mary (1998)

Comedy. Cameron Diaz.

(MA 15+ ls)

11.40 Killers (2010) Comedy.

Katherine Heigl. (M lsv)

1.35 Duplex (2003) Comedy.

Ben Stiller. (M sv)

3.10 Tropic Thunder (2008)

Comedy. Ben Stiller.

(MA 15+ dlsv)

5.00 Little Fockers (2010)

Comedy. Ben Stiller.

(M sv)

6.45 The Boss (2016)

Comedy. Melissa

McCarthy, Kristen Bell.

(MA 15+ ls)

8.30 White Chicks (2004)

Comedy. Shawn Wayans.

(M dsv)

10.30 Not Another Teen Movie

(2001) Comedy. Chyler Leigh.

(MA 15+ s)

12.00 The Dictator (2012)

Comedy. (MA 15+ alns)

1.25 Chef (2014) Comedy.

(M l)

3.20 Welcome Home Roscoe

Jenkins (2008) (M ls)

5.10 Ghoulies (1984)

(M dhsv)

6.00 The Notebook (cont.)

7.45 Shall We Dance? (2004)

Romance. (M l)

9.35 From Prada To Nada

(2011) Comedy. Camilla Belle,

Alexa Vega. (PG)

11.25 Failure To Launch

(2006) Romance. (M l)

1.05 Bend It Like Beckham

(2002) Comedy.

Parminder Nagra. (PG)

3.00 Something Borrowed

(2011) Romance.

Ginnifer Goodwin. (M ls)

4.55 My Life In Ruins (2009)

Comedy. Nia Vardalos,

Richard Dreyfuss. (PG)

6.35 The Time Traveler’s

Wife (2009) Romance.

Rachel McAdams,

Eric Bana. (M v)

8.30 Did You Hear

About The Morgans?

(2009) Comedy.

Sarah Jessica Parker,

Hugh Grant. (PG)

10.20 Ghosts Of Girlfriends

Past (2009) Romance.

Matthew McConaughey,

Jennifer Garner. (M s)

12.05 Forces Of Nature (1999)

Romance. (M a)

1.50 Dan In Real Life (2007)

Comedy. (PG)

3.30 Unindian (2015)

Comedy. (M s)

5.15 Center Stage (2000)

Drama. (M l)

6.00 Big Sky (cont.)

7.05 The Fog (1980) (M v)

8.40 Chronicle (2012)

(M v)

10.10 Nanny Cam (2014)

Thriller/Suspense. India

Eisley. (M asv)

11.45 Secret Window

(2004) Thriller/Suspense.

Johnny Depp. (M lv)

1.25 Buried (2010)

Thriller/Suspense.

(MA 15+ l)

3.05 Firewall (2006) Drama.

Harrison Ford. (M lv)

4.55 Open Water (2003)

Thriller/Suspense.

Blanchard Ryan. (M ln)

6.21 Blow (2001)

Drama. Johnny Depp.

(MA 15+ dv)

8.30 Red Dragon (2002)

Thriller/Suspense.

Edward Norton.

(MA 15+ av)

10.40 The Silence Of

The Lambs (1991)

Thriller/Suspense.

(MA 15+ vl)

12.40 28 Days Later… (2002)

Horror. (MA 15+ lv)

2.35 28 Weeks Later (2007)

(MA 15+ hv)

4.15 Even Lambs Have Teeth

(2015) (MA 15+ lv)

5.35 A Nightmare On Elm

Street 5: The Dream Child

(1989) (M hv)

6.00 Halal Love (And Sex)

(cont.)

7.10 Filth (2013, UK)

Dramatic Thriller. (R 18+ s)

8.55 Asura: The City Of

Madness (2016, South Korea)

Action. (R 18+ v)

11.10 Little Thirteen

(2012, Germany) Drama.

Muriel Wimmer. (R 18+ as)

12.45 We Are The Best!

(2013, Sweden/Denmark)

Drama. Mira Barkhammar.

(MA 15+ l)

2.30 Halal Love (And Sex)

(2015, Germany/Lebanon)

Comedy. Darine Hamze. (M l)

4.05 Filth (2013, UK)

Dramatic Thriller.

James McAvoy. (R 18+ s)

5.45 The Last Emperor

(1987, China/Italy) Drama.

John Lone. (M alv)

WM ADULT

8.30 Suntan

(2016, Greece/Germany)

Romance. Makis

Papadimitriou, Panos

Koronis. (MA 15+ ans)

10.15 The Story Of O

(1975, France) Drama.

Corinne Cléry. (R 18+ as)

12.00 Halal Love (And Sex)

(2015, Germany/Lebanon) (M l)

1.35 Asura: The City Of

Madness (2016, South Korea)

(R 18+ v)

3.50 The Last Emperor

(1987, China/Italy) (M alv)

WEEK 1

Saturday 1 to Friday 7

DON’T

MISS

615 ALSO IN HD 616 628

634 +2 635

638

6.00 Safari Sisters (PG)

6.30 Animal Cops: Detroit

(M)

7.30 The Vet Life (PG)

9.30 Migrations In Danger

(PG)

10.30 Meet The Penguins

(PG)

11.30 Tanked (PG)

2.30 My Cat From Hell (PG)

5.30 My Cat From Hell (PG)

6.30 My Cat From Hell

Scout’s Honour.

Scout is so afraid of his

tormentor, Caramel,

he literally lives inside

a kitchen cabinet.

Allison’s adopted

Bengal cat, Cheeto,

can use the toilet but

attacks her. (PG)

7.30 Dr Jeff: Rocky

Mountain Vet

Unlucky Break. (PG) NE

8.30 Dr Dee: Alaska Vet

Battling FIV. (PG) NE

9.30 From Wags To Riches

Wonderful World Of Bill

Berloni. Bill is a modern

Dr Dolittle who trains

rescued animals for

the stage and screen.

(PG)

10.30 Pit Bulls & Parolees

(M)

11.30 The Haunted (M)

6.00 Outback Rangers

(PG)

6.30 Unlikely Animal Friends

* Puppy Want A Parrot?

* Modern Family.

* Duck, Duck, Cat!

* Big Love.

* The Fox And The Hound. (PG)

11.30 World Of The Wild

Amazon Rainforest. (PG)

12.00 Europe’s Great

Wilderness

* Life Below Zero.

* Europe’s Green Heart.

* Europe’s Living Waters.

(PG)

3.00 Wild Horses Of

The Marshes (PG)

4.00 Namibia

5.00 Wild Far East

6.00 Outback Rangers

Croc Country. (PG)

6.30 Devil Island

Manny Goes Missing/

Devil Dynasty. (PG)

7.30 Tiger On The Run

(PG)

8.30 Amur:

Asia’s Amazon

* Into The Shadowlands.

* The Black Dragon.

* Khan’s Kingdom. (PG)

11.30 Champions Of Nature

The Art Of Seduction. (PG)

12.30 Europe’s Great

Wilderness (PG)

3.30 Wild Horses Of The

Marshes (PG)

6.00 Yukon Vet (cont.)

6.30 Fish Tank Kings

There’s A Tree In My Tank!/

Tanks And A Shipwreck.

(PG)

8.30 Fishing Australia

Eaglehawk Neck, Tas. (PG)

9.00 Bondi Rescue

(PG)

9.30 Mexican Border Wars

Weed Warehouse/

Drug Flood. (M v)

11.30 Hard Time

Gangs Behind Bars/

Mental Hell. (M alv)

1.30 Emergency (M)

2.30 Bondi Rescue

(PG)

5.30 Cesar Millan’s Dog Nation

For The Love Of Dogs.

(PG) NE

6.30 Medical Emergency

(M a)

7.30 Mexican Border Wars

Cartel Crackdown/

High Speed. (M v)

9.30 Ultimate Airport

Dubai (PG)

10.30 Sea Patrol UK (M a)

11.30 Inside Manchester’s

Midland Hotel (M)

12.30 Taboo (MA 15+ a)

1.30 Paranatural (PG)

2.30 Beyond Magic

With DMC (PG)

3.30 Cesar To The Rescue

(PG)

5.30 Yukon Vet (PG)

6.00 All Girls Garage (PG)

6.30 Kindig Customs

(PG)

8.30 All Girls Garage (PG)

9.00 Car Fix (PG)

9.30 Car Crash TV (PG)

10.30 Legendary Motorcar

(PG)

11.30 Junkyard Empire

(PG)

12.30 The Motorbike Show

(PG)

1.30 Wheeler Dealers

(PG)

2.30 Cuban Chrome

(PG)

6.30 The Appraisers

Great Expectations/

Ride On! (PG)

7.30 Legendary Motorcar

West Coast Car Hunting/

Head-To-Head GT350-S.

(PG)

8.30 Barrett-Jackson

Palm Beach, FL. (PG)

10.30 All Girls Garage

(PG) NE

11.00 Car Fix (PG) NE

11.30 Chasing Classic Cars

(PG)

12.30 Richard Vs The Misfits

(PG)

1.30 Junkyard Empire

(PG)

2.30 Kindig Customs (PG)

3.30 Barrett-Jackson

(PG)

5.30 All Girls Garage (PG)

6.00 Destroyed In Seconds

(PG) NE

6.30 Food Factory (PG)

7.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

8.00 How It’s Made (PG)

10.30 3 Scientists Walk Into

A Bar (PG)

11.30 Man Vs Asteroid (PG)

12.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

1.00 How It’s Made (PG)

1.30 Strip The Cosmos

(PG)

6.30 How It’s Made

* Space Pens.

* Reef Aquariums.

* Metal Caskets.

* Composite Bike Wheels.

(PG)

7.00 How It’s Made (PG)

7.30 What On Earth?

Mystery In The Outback.

(PG)

8.30 The Unexplained

Files Death From

The Sky And Mexican

Chupacabra. (M)

9.30 Sci Fi Science

Invasion/First Contact.

(PG)

10.30 How It’s Made (PG)

11.00 How It’s Made (PG)

11.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

6.00 Destroyed In Seconds

(PG)

FROM WAGS

TO RICHES

at 9.30pm on

615

Programs listed in Eastern Standard Time. SA and NT viewers subtract 30 mins and WA viewers 2 hours.

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ENTERTAINMENT & DRAMA

101 +2 149

6.00 Without A Trace (cont.)

6.30 Cold Case (M)

7.30 CSI: Miami (M av)

9.30 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation Hitting For

The Cycle/Unleashed.

(MA 15+ m)

11.30 CSI: NY Page Turner/

Turbulence. (MA 15+ mv)

1.30 Law & Order

Love Eternal/Rubber Room.

(M adsv)

3.30 Without A Trace

The Bogie Man/

Off The Tracks. (M av)

5.30 NCIS: Los Angeles

Out Of The Past. (M av)

6.30 NCIS: Los Angeles

Rude Awakenings.

(M v)

7.30 NCIS Guilty Pleasure/

Moonlighting.

(MA 15+ v)

9.30 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation

Hitting For The Cycle/

Unleashed.

(MA 15+ m)

11.30 Law & Order

Love Eternal/Rubber Room.

(M adsv)

1.20 NCIS: Los Angeles

(M av)

2.10 NCIS (MA 15+ v)

3.50 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation

(MA 15+ m)

5.30 Law & Order (M adsv)

103 +2 150

6.00 Absolutely Fabulous

(cont.)

6.40 The Inspector Lynley

Mysteries The Word Of God.

(M av)

8.40 Foyle’s War

The Funk Hole. (M av)

10.50 Midsomer Murders

Blood Wedding. (M av)

12.50 Death In Paradise

Swimming In Murder.

(M av)

2.05 Martin Clunes: Heavy

Horse Power (PG)

3.05 Duck Quacks Don’t Echo

(M als)

4.05 The Graham Norton Show

(M ls)

5.10 8 Out Of 10 Cats (M ls)

5.55 Duck Quacks Don’t Echo

(PG)

6.55 QI Albania. (M als)

7.30 Doc Martin

Movement. (M as)

8.30 Midsomer Murders

Death And The Divas.

The murder of a

journalist bears

resemblance to a ’60s

horror film starring a

Midsomer resident.

(M a)

10.30 DCI Banks Friend Of

The Devil. (MA 15+ av)

12.30 Hollyoaks (PG)

2.35 EastEnders (PG)

4.45 Little Britain (M alns)

5.05 QI Hodge Podge/

Anatomy. (M als)

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6.00 Cyrus vs Cyrus: Design

And Conquer (M)

6.30 Yours, Mine Or Ours

(PG)

7.00 The Young And The

Restless (M adlsv)

12.40 Judge Judy (PG)

3.05 Hot Bench (PG)

4.45 Saving Hope Change

Of Heart/Nightmares And

Dreamscapes. (M) NE

6.35 Drop Dead Diva

Desperate Housewife.

An unassuming woman’s

arrest for treason pits

Jane and Grayson

against the government’s

top secret intelligence

bureau. (PG) NE

7.35 Southern Charm

Savannah (M)

8.35 Sex And The City

* Bay Of Married Pigs.

* Valley Of The

20-Something Guys.

* The Power Of Female Sex.

* Secret Sex.

* The Monogamists.

(MA 15+ ls)

11.30 RuPaul’s All Stars

Drag Race Revenge Of The

Queens. (M ls)

12.30 Million Dollar Listing NY

(M l)

1.25 Flipping Out (M l)

3.05 Southern Charm

Savannah (M)

6.00 WWE Raw (cont.)

7.30 The Simpsons (PG)

9.00 Futurama (PG)

9.30 American Dad!

(M adsv)

10.30 Family Guy

(MA 15+ as)

11.30 Futurama (PG)

12.00 The Simpsons (PG)

1.30 Modern Family (PG)

2.30 Rude(ish) Tube (M a)

3.00 America’s Funniest

Home Videos (PG)

4.00 World’s Worst Journeys

(M a)

5.00 Baby Daddy NE

5.30 Young & Hungry NE

6.00 The Simpsons

Lisa vs Malibu Stacy.

(PG)

6.30 America’s Got Talent

Auditions 5.

8.30 The Mick

The Intruder. (M)

9.00 Modern Family

Grill, Interrupted.

(PG)

9.30 The Late Show With

Matty Johns (M als)

10.00 Professor’s Second

Year Syndrome (M als)

10.30 Modern Family

(PG)

11.30 The Simpsons (PG)

12.45 Futurama (PG)

1.45 Family Guy

(MA 15+ as)

6.00 The King Of Queens (PG)

7.30 Frasier (PG)

9.00 Friends (PG)

10.30 Roseanne (PG)

12.00 The King Of Queens (PG)

1.30 The Office (M d)

3.00 Seinfeld (PG)

4.30 Frasier

* Cranes Unplugged.

* Motor Skills.

* The Show Must Go Off.

(PG)

6.00 Friends

* The One After The

Superbowl. (Pt 2)

* The One With The

Prom Video.

* The One Where Ross

And Rachel… You Know.

(PG)

7.30 The Office

* Drug Testing.

* Conflict Resolution.

* Casino Night. (M d)

9.00 Seinfeld

* The Nose Job.

* The Alternate Side.

* The Red Dot. (PG)

10.30 Roseanne

* Playing With Matches.

* Promises, Promises.

* Glengarry, Glen Rosey.

(PG)

12.00 Frasier (PG)

1.15 Friends (PG)

2.20 The King Of Queens (PG)

3.35 Roseanne (PG)

6.00 Law & Order: SVU

Six Episodes Back-To-Back.

(MA 15+ adlmnsv)

12.00 Serendipity (2001)

Comedy. John Cusack,

Kate Beckinsale. (PG)

1.45 Suits (M dls)

2.30 Law & Order: SVU

Double Episode.

(MA 15+ adlnsv)

4.30 Castle (M av)

5.30 Law & Order: SVU

(MA 15+ adlnsv)

6.30 Private Eyes

The Six. (M adlnsv)

7.30 Law & Order: SVU

Producer’s Backend.

The arrest of a troubled

actress leads to

an investigation of

those caring for her.

(MA 15+ asv)

8.30 Days Of Thunder

(1990) Action/Adventure.

Tom Cruise, Robert

Duvall, Nicole Kidman.

A young hot-shot stock

car driver gets his

chance to compete at

the top level. (M l)

10.30 Law & Order

* Hindsight.

* Invaders.

* Fame. (M adv)

1.15 Chicago P.D.

(MA 15+ av)

2.00 Psych (M alsv)

ENTERTAINMENT & DRAMA

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6.00 Hell On Wheels (cont.)

6.20 Hell On Wheels

* Two Trains.

* Return To Hell.

* Bleeding Kansas.

* Thirteen Steps.

* Further West.

(MA 15+ alv)

11.00 Criminal Minds Gabby/

The Fallen. (MA 15+ va)

12.45 Person Of Interest

* 2πR.

* Prisoner’s Dilemma.

* Dead Reckoning.

* One Per Cent.

* Booked Solid. (M v)

5.30 Criminal Minds Gabby.

(MA 15+ va)

6.30 Criminal Minds

The Boys Of Sudworth

Place. (MA 15+ av)

7.30 Lucifer

A Good Day To Die.

(M av)

8.30 Aquarius Happiness

Is A Warm Gun.

(MA 15+ adsv)

9.30 Fear The Walking

Dead (MA 15+ ahv)

10.30 Homeland Casus Belli.

(MA 15+ asv)

11.30 Vikings The Outsider.

(MA 15+ ansv)

12.15 Human Target (M v)

1.00 Burn Notice (M v)

5.15 Criminal Minds

(MA 15+ va)

10.00 Wipeout USA (cont.)

10.20 Last Week Tonight

With John Oliver (MA 15+)

1.00 Just For Laughs

(M ls)

2.00 Eastbound & Down

(MA 15+ lns)

4.00 Just For Laughs

Australia (M adls)

4.30 Drive Share (MA 15+)

5.00 Wipeout (PG)

6.00 It’s Always Sunny

In Philadelphia

(MA 15+)

6.30 The Big Bang Theory

The Einstein

Approximation. (M s)

7.00 Whose Line Is It

Anyway? (M s)

7.30 Funny As: Russell

Howard – Right Here

Right Now (MA 15+ ls)

8.55 Russell Howard’s

Stand-Up Central

Bridget Christie,

Ivo Graham. (M) NE

9.30 The Jim Jeffries

Show (MA 15+)

10.00 Adam DeVine’s

House Party Kook.

(M als)

10.30 The Half Hour (M as)

11.00 Funny Or Die Presents

(MA 15+)

11.30 Inside Amy Schumer

(MA 15+ s)

6.00 Hardcore Pawn (M al)

6.30 Pawn Stars (PG)

8.00 Garage Gold (PG)

8.30 Flipping Vegas (PG)

9.30 Garage Gold (PG)

10.00 Pawn Stars (PG)

10.30 Storage Wars (PG)

11.00 The Safecrackers

(PG)

11.30 Hardcore Pawn (M al)

12.00 Pawn Stars (PG)

2.30 The Liquidator (PG)

3.00 Diggers

Grant Takes Vicksburg. (PG) NE

3.30 Storage Hunters

Fuel To The Fire/Dangerous

Methods. (PG)

4.30 Shipping Wars

Perfect Like Roy/Hernias And

Hissy Fits. (PG)

5.30 Hardcore Pawn:

Chicago (PG)

6.00 Hardcore Pawn:

Chicago (PG)

6.30 BBQ Pitmasters (PG)

7.30 South Beach Classics

Ted Wants A Woody.

(PG) NE

8.00 Counting Cars

(PG)

8.30 Pawn Stars

* On Guard.

* Man. Make. Fire.

* The Last Samurai.

* The Offer.

* Putt, Putt, Pawn. (PG)

11.00 Comic Book Men

Hometown Heroes. (PG) NE

11.30 Ghost Adventures (M av)

6.00 Red Dwarf (PG)

6.30 Doctor Who (PG)

7.30 Stargate SG-1

(M vnla)

10.30 Dark Matter Welcome

To The Revolution. (MA 15+)

12.30 Blood Drive Welcome

To Pixie Swallow. (MA 15+)

1.30 Session 9 (2001)

Thriller/Suspense. Josh Lucas,

David Caruso. (MA 15+)

3.30 Buffy The Vampire Slayer

* Teacher’s Pet.

* Never Kill A Boy On The

First Date.

* The Pack. (M av)

6.30 The Almighty

Johnsons Does This

Look Like Asgard?

(M dls)

7.30 Dark Matter

(MA 15+)

8.30 Dark Matter:

After Dark

8.40 Blood Drive Steel

City Nightfall. (MA 15+)

9.40 12 Monkeys

Brothers. (MA 15+)

10.40 Z Nation Doctor Of

The Dead/The Murphy.

(MA 15+ hv)

12.40 Doctor Who

The Age Of Steel. (PG)

1.30 Stargate SG-1

(M vnla)

4.30 Z Nation (MA 15+ hv)

5.30 Red Dwarf (PG)

6.00 Teen Mom 2 (M)

7.40 Jersey Shore (M)

9.20 Catfish: The TV Show (M)

10.20 Teen Mom OG (M)

11.10 Ex On The Beach (MA 15+)

12.00 Are You The One?

Second Chance (M)

1.00 Ridiculousness

* Chanel And Sterling XLII.

* Steve Wilkos.

* Chanel And Sterling XLIII.

* Michael Crossland.

* Teyana Taylor.

* Chanel And Sterling XLIV.

* The Chainsmokers. (M)

4.30 Ex On The Beach

(MA 15+)

6.15 Catfish: The TV Show

* Dylan And Ally.

* Colleen And Tony.

* Open Investigation.

(M)

9.00 Ridiculousness

* 50 Cent.

* Action Bronson.

* Mac Miller II.

* The Chainsmokers.

(M)

10.55 Vidiots (MA 15+)

11.20 Ridiculousness

Chanel And Sterling XXI/

Andy Bell. (M)

12.10 Clickbait (M)

12.35 Ridiculousness

Machine Gun Kelly. (M)

1.00 I Used To Be Fat (M)

3.25 MTV Plays Music…

(MA 15+)

6.00 E! News: Daily Pop (M)

7.00 Ice Loves Coco (M)

7.30 Keeping Up With

The Kardashians (M al)

9.30 Total Divas (M ls)

12.30 A-List Listings

(PG)

1.00 Second Wives Club

(M als)

3.00 E! News: Daily Pop

(M) NE

4.00 The Grace Helbig Show

(M)

4.30 What Happens At The

Abbey (M)

5.30 Hollywood Medium

With Tyler Henry (PG)

6.30 E! News (M) NE

7.30 The E! True

Hollywood Story

The Kardashians.

(PG)

8.25 The Hype (PG) NE

8.30 Botched

Comic Proportions.

(MA 15+ am)

9.30 Botched

Foreign Bodies.

(MA 15+ am)

10.30 The Tonight Show

Starring Jimmy Fallon (M)

11.30 E! News (M)

12.25 Ice Loves Coco (M)

12.50 Keeping Up With

The Kardashians (M al)

2.35 Botched

(MA 15+ als)

3.25 I Am Cait (M als)

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6.00 The Golden Girls (cont.)

6.50 Only Fools And

Horses... (PG)

8.00 Matlock (PG)

9.00 Diagnosis Murder

(M av)

10.00 Remington Steele

(PG)

11.00 Hill Street Blues

(M av)

12.00 The Italian Job (1969)

(PG)

1.40 Runaway Train (1985)

(M lv)

3.30 American Graffiti (1973)

(M al)

5.25 The Best Of The

Ed Sullivan Show (PG)

5.50 I Love Lucy

6.20 The Golden Girls

Foreign Exchange/

We’re Outta Here. (Pt 1)

(PG)

7.20 Only Fools And

Horses... The Yellow

Peril/It Never Rains.

(PG)

BILL COLLINS’ GOLDEN

YEARS OF HOLLYWOOD

8.30 A Star Is Born

(1954) Drama. James

Mason, Judy Garland.

A falling star marries the

newcomer he’s helping

reach the top. (PG)

11.25 Sunset Boulevard

(1950) Drama.

6.00 Veep (s6) (Ep 10)

(MA 15+ ls)

6.40 Mr Robot (s2) (Ep 5-9)

(MA 15+ av)

11.30 Elementary (s3) (Ep 20)

(M)

12.20 Major Crimes

(s4) (Ep 13) (M)

1.10 Veep (s6) (Ep 10)

(MA 15+ ls)

1.45 Mr Robot (s2) (Ep 5-9)

(MA 15+ av)

6.40 Orange Is

The New Black

(s5) (Ep 3) (MA 15+)

7.40 Nashville (s5) (Ep 11)

Juliette helps Maddie

navigate the wave

of attention after her

CMT Music Awards

performance. (M a)

8.30 Into The Badlands

(s2) (Ep 9) (MA 15+)

9.20 Into The Badlands

(s2) (Ep 10) (MA 15+)

10.10 The Americans

(s5) (Ep 8) (MA 15+)

11.05 TURN: Washington’s

Spies (s1) (Ep 10) (M asv)

11.55 Witness (s1) (Ep 1-4)

(MA 15+ av)

3.15 Meet The Donors: Does

Money Talk? (2016) (PG)

4.25 The Americans

(s5) (Ep 8) (MA 15+)

5.15 Into The Badlands

(s2) (Ep 9) (MA 15+)

6.00 The Knick (s2) (Ep 6)

(MA 15+ lms)

7.10 The Knick (s2) (Ep 7)

(MA 15+ ms)

8.10 The Knick (s2) (Ep 8)

(MA 15+ a)

9.05 The Knick (s2) (Ep 9)

(MA 15+ as)

10.00 The Knick (s2) (Ep 10)

(MA 15+ admn)

11.00 Ray Donovan (s4)

(MA 15+ av)

* Girl With Guitar.

* Marisol.

* Little Bill Primm’s Big Green

Horseshoe.

* Federal Boobie Inspector.

* Get Even Before Leavin’.

* Fish And Bird.

* Norman Saves The World.

* The Texan.

* Goodbye Beautiful.

* Lake Hollywood.

* Chinese Algebra.

* Rattus Rattus.

10.35 Band Of Brothers (s1)

(M l)

* Currahee.

* Day Of Days.

* Carentan.

* Replacements.

* Crossroads.

* Bastogne.

* The Breaking Point.

6.00 Vice Principals

(s1) (Ep 5-9) (MA 15+ l)

9.00 Nashville (s5)

(M a)

* The Wayfaring Stranger.

* Back In Baby’s Arms.

* Let’s Put It Back Together

Again.

* Leap Of Faith.

* Love Hurts.

* A Little Bit Stronger.

* Hurricane.

* Stand Beside Me.

* If Tomorrow Never Comes.

* I’ll Fly Away.

* Fire And Rain.

5.35 Nashville (s5) (Ep 1)

(M a)

6.20 Nashville (s5) (Ep 2)

(M a)

7.05 Nashville (s5) (Ep 3)

(M a)

7.55 Nashville (s5) (Ep 4)

(M a)

8.40 Nashville (s5) (Ep 5)

(M a)

9.25 Nashville (s5) (Ep 6)

(M a)

10.10 Nashville (s5) (Ep 7)

(M a)

11.00 Nashville (s5) (Ep 8)

(M a)

11.45 Nashville (s5) (Ep 9)

(M a)

12.30 Nashville

(s5) (Ep 10 & 11) (M a)

2.00 Nashville (s5) (Ep 3-8)

(M a)

6.00 Luther (cont.)

7.50 Luther (s3) (Ep 4)

(MA 15+ lv)

8.55 The A Word (s1) (Ep 1-6)

(M ls)

3.25 Death In Paradise

(s6) (Ep 5) (PG)

4.30 The Replacement

(s1) (Ep 1) (M al)

5.35 Apple Tree Yard

(s1) (Ep 3) (M al)

6.40 Guerrilla (s1) (Ep 3)

(MA 15+ alv)

7.35 Casualty

(s31) (Ep 36) (M a) NE

8.30 Call The Midwife

(s6) (Ep 7) Dr Turner

fights to get support

for a couple whose

daughter was born

without limbs. (PG)

9.35 SS-GB (s1) (Ep 4)

With the army imposing

martial law, Archer

faces life-changing

decisions. (M av)

10.40 The Replacement

(s1) (Ep 1) (M al)

11.45 Apple Tree Yard

(s1) (Ep 3) (M al)

12.45 Death In Paradise

(s6) (Ep 5) (PG)

1.45 Episodes (s4) (Ep 7)

(MA 15+ dls)

2.15 The A Word (s1) (Ep 1-4)

(M ls)

6.00 Tara Moss In

Conversation (PG)

6.15 Murder, She Wrote

(M av)

9.15 Line Of Duty

(MA 15+ av)

10.30 Miss Fisher’s Murder

Mysteries (M av)

11.45 A Touch Of Frost

(M av)

1.45 Murdoch Mysteries

(M av)

2.45 Lewis (M av)

4.30 Vera (M av)

6.15 The Bletchley Circle

Uncustomed Goods.

(Pt 2) (M av)

7.15 Line Of Duty

(MA 15+ av)

8.30 Silent Witness

Shadows. A crazed

shooter goes on

a rampage at the

university campus

where the Lyell Centre

is situated. Nikki and

Harry find themselves

trapped in the building

and do what they can to

try to help the wounded.

(MA 15+ dsv)

10.30 Lewis Down Among

The Fearful. (M av)

12.15 Poirot (PG)

2.00 Columbo (PG)

3.15 Silent Witness

(MA 15+ v)

5.00 Poirot (PG)

WEEK 1

Saturday 1 to Friday 7

LIFESTYLE

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6.00 Grand Designs

Revisited

7.00 The Great British

Sewing Bee (PG)

8.15 Situation Vacant

(PG)

9.15 Gogglebox UK

(MA 15+)

10.15 Location, Location,

Location Australia

11.20 Location, Location,

Location

12.20 Selling Houses

Australia (PG)

2.30 Maggie Beer In Japan

(PG)

3.30 Charlie Luxton’s Homes

By The Mediterranean

(PG)

4.30 Gogglebox UK

(MA 15+)

5.30 Location, Location,

Location

6.30 I Own Australia’s

Best Home Old Bush, City

Revamp, New Bush.

7.30 Grand Designs

Australia Graceville

Container. (PG)

8.30 Inside Selling

Houses Australia

Horror Houses. (PG)

9.30 Location, Location,

Location Australia

10.30 Maggie Beer In Japan

(PG)

11.30 Village Vets Australia

(M m)

6.00 Clean House Comes

Clean (PG)

6.30 Giuliana & Bill (PG)

7.30 Clean House (PG)

8.30 Shannen Says (M l)

9.30 Formal Wars (PG)

10.30 The Jennie Garth

Project (PG)

11.30 Revenge Body With

Khloé Kardashian (M al)

12.30 Little Women: Terra’s

Little Family (M)

2.30 Giuliana & Bill (PG)

3.30 First Dates (PG)

4.30 David Tutera:

CELEBrations (M l)

5.30 Little Women: LA

Wild West Showdown. (M al)

6.30 Finding My Father

Ashley And Amanda.

(M al)

7.30 The Victoria’s Secret

Fashion Show (PG)

8.30 Revenge Body

With Khloé Kardashian

The Former Addict

And The Future Bride.

(M al)

9.30 Shannen Says

The Wedding. (M l)

10.30 Tabatha Takes Over

(M al)

11.30 Formal Wars (PG)

12.30 The Jennie Garth

Project (PG)

1.20 Glam Fairy (PG)

5.30 Clean House Comes

Clean (PG)

6.00 Cake Boss (PG)

7.00 River Cottage: Winter

Collection (PG)

7.55 James Martin’s French

Adventure (PG)

8.55 Donna Hay: Basics To

Brilliance

9.25 Saturday Kitchen

10.20 John Torode’s Korean

Food Tour (PG)

11.20 The Food Chain

11.50 Maggie Beer In Japan

(PG)

1.00 My Life In France

1.30 Come Dine With Me UK

(PG)

3.25 Hairy Bikers’ Asian

Adventure (PG)

4.30 Donna Hay: Basics To

Brilliance

5.00 Serve It Like Sarah

(PG) NE

5.30 Saturday Kitchen

6.30 John Torode’s

Korean Food Tour

Modern Classics.

(PG)

7.30 Maggie Beer

In Japan (PG)

8.45 Bake Off: The

Professionals (PG)

10.00 Hell’s Kitchen USA

Eight Chefs Compete.

(MA 15+ l)

11.00 Donna Hay: Basics To

Brilliance

11.30 Come Dine With Me UK

(PG)

6.00 Gardeners’ World

7.20 Homes Under The

Hammer (PG)

8.30 A Place In The Sun:

Home Or Away

Keswick vs Provence/London

vs Chamonix. (PG)

10.30 Buying And Selling

Francis And Juanita/

Lesley And Ryan. (PG)

12.30 My Dream Home

Mike And Avi/Cara And Jay.

(PG)

2.30 Love It Or List It

Vancouver

Nicola And Michael/

Susan And Harvey. (PG)

4.30 Outback Nation With

Jamie Durie

Alligators In The Backyard!

(PG)

5.30 Show Me Your Garden

London. (PG)

6.30 Selling Houses

With Amanda Lamb

Luton/West Sussex.

(PG)

8.30 Room To Improve

Sutton. (PG) NE

9.40 My Dream Home

Mike And Avi/

Cara And Jay. (PG)

11.40 Buying And Selling

Francis And Juanita/

Lesley And Ryan. (PG)

1.30 Room To Improve (PG)

2.40 My Dream Home

(PG)

6.00 Healing Yoga

7.20 Say Yes To The Dress:

Atlanta (PG)

9.25 All Hail The Veil

9.55 Meet The Frockers

Australia (PG)

10.25 How To Lose Weight

Well (PG)

11.25 Healthily Ever After

(PG)

12.25 The Secret Life Of

The Hospital Bed (M)

1.25 Seven Days With...

(PG)

2.25 Mary Portas Secret

Shopper (M l)

3.25 Say Yes To The Dress:

Atlanta (PG)

5.30 All Hail The Veil

6.00 Meet The Frockers

Australia Getting To

Know You. (PG)

6.30 Say Yes To

The Dress: Atlanta

Fifty Shades Of White/

I Do… Does Dad? (PG)

7.30 Long Lost Family

(PG)

8.30 Find My First Love

The One That Got Away.

(PG)

9.30 Brides Of Beverly

Hills (PG)

10.00 Embarrassing

Bodies (MA 15+ mn)

11.00 Embarrassing Bodies

Revisits (MA 15+ mn)

6.00 Ink Master: Peck Vs

Nuñez (cont.)

6.30 I Didn’t Know I Was

Pregnant (PG)

8.30 Say Yes To The Dress:

Canada (PG)

9.30 Say Yes To The Dress

(PG)

10.30 Body Bizarre (M)

12.30 Here Comes Honey

Boo Boo Seven Episodes

Back-To-Back. (PG)

4.30 Man Vs Food Nation

* Tulsa.

* Mobile.

* Gulf Coast. (PG)

6.00 Man Vs Food Nation

Florida Keys. (PG)

6.30 Man Vs Food

Sacramento/

Des Moines. (PG)

7.30 Dates From Hell

Highway Horror/

Tourist Terror. (M)

8.30 Betrayed

Family Fatale. (M) NE

9.30 Forbidden:

Dying For Love

Hell’s Angel. (M) NE

10.30 Kindred Spirits

Trapped In The Attic. (M) NE

11.30 Disappeared

Just A Nice Guy. (M)

12.30 Man Vs Food Nation

(PG)

1.30 Sister Wives (PG)

5.30 Say Yes To The Dress:

Canada (PG)

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6.00 Free State Of Jones

(cont.)

8.05 Black Or White (2014)

Drama. Kevin Costner.

(M adlv)

10.10 Sully (2016) Drama.

Tom Hanks. (M al)

11.50 X-Men: Apocalypse

(2016) Action/Adventure.

James McAvoy. (M lv)

2.15 The Martian (2015)

Action/Adventure.

Matt Damon. (M al)

4.40 London Has Fallen

(2016) Action/Adventure.

Gerard Butler. (MA 15+ v)

6.25 Star Trek Beyond

(2016) Sci-Fi/Fantasy.

Chris Pine, Zachary

Quinto. (M av)

8.30 Deepwater Horizon

(2016) Action/Adventure.

Mark Wahlberg. Inspired

by the true story of

the worst oil spill in

US history. (M al)

10.20 Bastille Day (2016)

Action/Adventure. Idris Elba,

Richard Madden. (M lnv)

12.00 Gods Of Egypt (2016)

Action/Adventure. (M av)

2.05 Stalked By My Doctor

(2015) Thriller/Suspense.

(M sv)

3.30 Stalked By My Doctor:

The Return (2016) (M av)

4.55 Dangerous Company

(2015) (M adsv)

6.00 Magnolia (cont.)

6.45 The Hurricane (1999)

Drama. Denzel Washington,

John Hannah. (M alv)

9.15 The Legend Of Bagger

Vance (2000) Drama.

Matt Damon. (PG)

MARGARET POMERANZ

PRESENTS

11.25 Hell Or High Water

(2016) Thriller/Suspense.

Jeff Bridges, Chris Pine.

(MA 15+ v)

1.15 Life Of Pi (2012)

Action/Adventure.

Suraj Sharma, Irrfan Khan.

(PG)

3.25 Steve Jobs (2015)

Drama. Michael Fassbender,

Kate Winslet. (M al)

5.30 Braveheart (1995)

Action/Adventure. Mel Gibson,

Catherine McCormack.

(MA 15+ v)

8.30 Saving Private Ryan

(1998) Action/Adventure.

Tom Hanks, Matt

Damon, Edward Burns.

(MA 15+ av)

11.20 Erin Brockovich (2000)

Drama. Julia Roberts,

Aaron Eckhart. (M al)

1.30 In Bruges (2008)

Comedy. (MA 15+ dlv)

3.15 Chaplin (1992) Drama.

(M l)

5.35 The Purple Rose Of Cairo

(1984) Comedy. (PG)

6.00 One Hundred And One

Dalmatians (cont.)

6.55 Treasure Planet (2002)

(PG)

8.30 G-Force (2009) (PG)

10.00 Pocahontas (1995)

11.25 Frozen Fever (2015)

11.40 Frozen (2013) (PG)

1.25 Wall-E (2008)

3.05 101 Dalmatians (1996)

4.50 102 Dalmatians (2000)

Family.

WINTER WONDERLAND

6.30 Cool Runnings (1993)

Family. John Candy.

Follows the unlikely story

of Jamaica’s first bobsled

team and their journey

to the 1988 Olympics

under the guidance of

gold medal-winning US

bobsledder, Irv Blitzer.

8.15 A Bug’s Life (1998)

Family. Dave Foley.

9.50 The Tigger Movie

(2000) Family.

Jim Cummings.

11.10 Piglet’s Big Movie

(2003) Family.

12.25 A Goofy Movie (1995)

1.45 An Extremely Goofy

Movie (2000) Family.

3.05 Halloweentown (1998)

Family. (PG)

4.30 Halloweentown II:

Kalabar’s Revenge (2001)

5.50 Sleeping Beauty (1959)

Family.

DOCOS

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6.00 Much Ado About

Nothing (cont.)

8.10 Talks Music (M l)

9.10 The Who: Quadrophenia

Live In London (M dln)

10.55 A Tribute To Neil Young

(PG)

12.00 The Judy

Garland Show (PG)

1.00 The Legendary Bing

Crosby (PG)

2.00 Love Me Or Leave Me

(1955) Biographical. (PG)

4.15 Six By Sondheim (PG)

5.40 Tonight At The London

Palladium (PG)

6.35 The Face Of Britain

By Simon Schama

(PG)

7.35 The Improv: 50 Years

Behind The Brick Wall

Some of the biggest

names in comedy pay

tribute to the legendary

stand-up stage founded

in 1963 by Budd

Friedman. (PG)

8.30 Last Night Of

The Proms 2012

10.10 Beethoven:

Egmont Overture

10.25 Beethoven: Quintet In

E-Flat Major

11.00 Beethoven, Symphony

No. 3

11.55 The Improv: 50 Years

Behind The Brick Wall (PG)

6.00 Auction Hunters

(PG)

6.30 MythBusters (PG)

7.30 Treehouse Masters

(PG)

9.30 Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail

Footsteps Of Legends. (PG)

10.30 Deadliest Catch

Down In Flames. (PG)

11.30 Railroad Australia

(PG)

12.30 Aussie Gold Hunters

(PG)

6.30 Aussie Gold

Hunters (PG)

7.30 Anthony Bourdain:

Parts Unknown

Buenos Aires. (M) NE

8.30 Aussie Gold

Hunters (PG)

9.30 Dr Karl’s Outrageous

Acts Of Science (PG)

10.30 Megatrains

New Zealand: The Milk Train.

(PG)

11.30 Treehouse Masters

Appalachian Christmas

Treehouse. (PG)

12.30 Gold Rush: Parker’s Trail

Footsteps Of Legends. (PG)

1.30 Moonshiners

More Shiners More Problems.

(M)

2.30 Auction Hunters

Drumming Up Cash. (PG)

3.00 Moonshiners

A Shiner In Kentucky. (M)

4.00 Treehouse Masters

(PG)

6.00 Uncensored With

Michael Ware (cont.)

6.30 Disappeared: Cody Dial

(M a)

7.30 Ancient X-Files (PG)

8.30 The Truth Behind (PG)

9.30 Nazi World War Weird

(PG)

10.30 Genius (PG)

11.30 The Golden Age

Of Steam Railways

Small Is Beautiful/

Branching Out. (PG)

1.30 Seconds From Disaster

Jonestown Cult Suicide/

Fire In The Cockpit. (M av)

3.30 Air Crash Investigation

Total Engine Failure/

Niki Lauda: Tragedy In

The Air. (PG)

5.30 Explorer (M a)

6.30 Genius Einstein:

Chapter 10. (PG)

7.30 Australia’s Great

Flood (PG)

8.30 Extreme Realities

Narrated by

Matt Damon. (M)

9.30 From The Ashes (M a)

11.30 Uncle Hitler (PG)

12.30 Seconds From Disaster

Superstore Collapse/

Asian Tsunami. (PG)

2.30 Science Of Stupid

(PG)

3.30 Air Crash Investigation

(PG)

5.30 StarTalk (M a)

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6.00 Who Killed The Princes

In The Tower? (cont.)

6.30 UFO Hunters (PG)

7.30 Top Ten Warfare

(PG)

8.30 Lost And Found (PG)

9.30 The Somme 1916: From

Both Sides Of The Wire (PG)

10.30 Who Killed The Princes

In The Tower? (M v)

11.30 UFO Hunters (PG)

12.30 Top Ten Warfare

(PG)

1.30 Secrets Of Great British

Castles (PG)

2.30 Confronting ISIS (M)

4.30 Secrets Of The Manor

House (PG)

5.30 She-Wolves: England’s

Early Queens (PG)

6.30 Penelope Keith’s

Hidden Villages North

Yorkshire. (PG) NE

7.30 Inside Windsor

Castle Happy Families

(1952-1972). (PG)

8.30 Prohibition Nation

Of Hypocrites. (M sv)

9.30 The Crusades

Holy War. (PG)

10.30 UFO Hunters (PG)

11.30 History Of Warfare

(PG)

12.30 Battleplan (PG)

1.30 Love, Hate &

Propaganda: The Cold War

(MA 15+ av)

6.00 Where The Wild Men Are

(PG)

7.00 Top Gear (PG)

8.00 Land Of The

Midnight Sun (PG)

9.05 24 Hours In Police

Custody (M al)

11.10 Top Gear (M als)

12.20 Truth About Exercise

Horizon. (PG)

1.30 The Truth About Meat

(M av)

2.40 Louis Theroux’s

LA Stories Among The Sex

Offenders. (M als)

3.50 Top Gear (M dl)

6.30 Top Gear (PG)

7.30 Boy To Man

The Eagle People. (M a)

8.35 Trust Me, I’m

A Doctor Saleyha

oversees a world-first

experiment to see

how we can burn more

fat without doing any

more exercise. Michael

also gives the cheat’s

guide to a better body.

(PG)

9.40 An Idiot Abroad

Peru. (MA 15+ ln)

10.40 Top Gear (M als)

11.50 Truth About Exercise

(PG)

1.00 Boy To Man (M a)

1.50 The Truth About Meat

(M av)

2.45 Top Gear (M dl)

613

6.00 Deadly Women (cont.)

6.30 Forensic Files (M av)

7.30 Crime Stories (M av)

9.30 Autopsy (MA 15+)

10.30 Cold Blood (M av)

11.30 Love Me (M al)

1.30 My Crazy Ex (M)

2.30 Bad Teachers (M as)

3.30 Cold Case Files (M)

4.30 The First 48 (MA 15+ adv)

6.30 The Nightmare

Neighbour Next Door

(M) NE

7.30 Court Justice: Sydney

For the first time on

Australian television,

cameras are allowed

inside Australia’s busiest

local court. (M)

8.00 Justice Served:

Murderous Affairs

The Price Of Love.

When 34-year-old

aspiring minister Matt

Baker returns home, he

discovers his wife has

overdosed on pills and

alcohol. (M)

SERIAL KILLER SUNDAY

8.30 Measuring Evil:

Britain’s Worst Killers

(M) NE

9.30 Death Row Stories

(M adv)

10.30 Court Justice: Sydney

(M)

11.00 Justice Served:

Murderous Affairs (M)

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6.00 Astro Boy (cont.)

7.15 Epic (2013) Family.

Colin Farrell. (PG)

9.00 Cheaper By The Dozen

(2003) Family. Steve Martin,

Bonnie Hunt.

10.40 Cheaper By The Dozen 2

(2005) Comedy. Steve

Martin, Eugene Levy.

12.15 Miss Peregrine’s

Home For Peculiar Children

(2016) Family. Eva Green,

Samuel L Jackson. (M av)

2.25 A Simple Wish (1997)

Family. Martin Short,

Kathleen Turner.

4.00 Sydney White (2007)

Comedy. Amanda Bynes,

Sara Paxton. (PG)

5.50 A Little Princess (1995)

Family. Liesel Matthews,

Eleanor Bron.

7.30 The Sound Of Music

(1965) Drama.

Julie Andrews,

Christopher Plummer,

Eleanor Parker.

10.25 Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

(1968) Family. Dick Van Dyke,

Sally Ann Howes.

12.50 A Warrior’s Tail

(2015) Family. (PG)

2.20 Norm Of The North

(2016) Family. (PG)

3.50 Jack Frost (1998)

Family. (PG)

5.35 A Christmas Melody

(2015) Family. (PG)

6.00 Rocky II (cont.)

6.50 Rocky III (1982)

Action/Adventure.

Sylvester Stallone. (PG)

8.35 Rocky IV (1985)

Action/Adventure.

Sylvester Stallone. (PG)

10.10 Rocky V (1990)

Action/Adventure.

Sylvester Stallone. (M v)

12.00 Rocky Balboa (2006)

Action/Adventure.

Sylvester Stallone. (M v)

1.45 The Day After Tomorrow

(2004) Action/Adventure.

Dennis Quaid. (M a)

3.52 Spectre (2015)

Action/Adventure.

Daniel Craig. (M v)

6.25 Point Break (1991)

Action/Adventure.

Keanu Reeves. (M lv)

8.30 Captain America:

Civil War (2016)

Action/Adventure.

Chris Evans. (M v)

11.00 R.I.P.D. (2013) Action/

Adventure. Ryan Reynolds,

Jeff Bridges. (M av)

12.35 Exit Wounds (2001)

Action/Adventure.

(MA 15+ lv)

2.15 Predator (1987)

Action/Adventure. (M lv)

4.00 Lara Croft: Tomb Raider

(2001) Action/Adventure.

(M v)

5.40 Armored (2009) (M lv)

6.00 Ghoulies (cont.)

6.35 Brüno (2009) Comedy.

(MA 15+ lns)

8.00 Bring It On (2000)

Comedy. (M s)

9.45 The Cable Guy (1996)

Comedy. (M sv)

11.25 White Chicks (2004)

Comedy. (M dsv)

1.25 Varsity Blues (1999)

Comedy. (M alns)

3.15 Father Of The Bride

(1991) Comedy.

5.05 Anger Management

(2003) Comedy.

Adam Sandler. (M ls)

6.55 Liar Liar (1997)

Comedy. Jim Carrey,

Maura Tierney. (M s)

8.30 Surviving Christmas

(2004) Comedy.

Ben Affleck, Christina

Applegate. A lonely,

obnoxious millionaire

pays a family to spend

Christmas with him. (M s)

10.10 Bruce Almighty (2003)

Comedy. Jim Carrey.

(M lv)

11.55 The Three Stooges

(2012) Comedy. Sean Hayes.

(PG)

1.30 Super (2010) Comedy.

(MA 15+ dlsv)

3.05 Rock The Kasbah (2015)

Comedy. (M lsv)

4.50 Mystery Men (1999)

Comedy. (PG)

6.00 Center Stage (cont.)

7.15 Steel Magnolias (1989)

Romance. (M a)

9.20 View From The Top

(2003) Comedy. (PG)

10.50 How To Lose A Guy

In 10 Days (2003) Comedy.

Kate Hudson. (PG)

12.50 Did You Hear About

The Morgans? (2009)

Comedy. Hugh Grant,

Sarah Jessica Parker. (PG)

2.40 He’s Just Not That

Into You (2009) Comedy.

Jennifer Aniston. (M ls)

4.55 Maid In Manhattan

(2002) Romance.

Jennifer Lopez. (PG)

6.45 New In Town

(2009) Romance.

Renée Zellweger,

Harry Connick Jr. (PG)

WINTER WARMERS

8.30 The Family Stone

(2005) Comedy.

Sarah Jessica Parker,

Diane Keaton,

Rachel McAdams.

(M a)

10.20 Up In The Air (2009)

Romance. George Clooney,

Vera Farmiga. (M lns)

12.10 No Strings Attached

(2011) Comedy. (MA 15+ s)

2.00 Pushing Tin (1999)

Comedy. (M al)

4.05 Emma (1996) Romance.

Gwyneth Paltrow.

6.00 A Nightmare On Elm

Street 5: The Dream Child

(cont.)

7.10 Stay (2005) (M als)

8.55 I Am Wrath (2016)

Action/Adventure. John

Travolta. (MA 15+ v)

10.30 A History Of Violence

(2005) Drama. Viggo

Mortensen. (MA 15+ sv)

12.10 Red Dragon (2002)

Thriller/Suspense. Edward

Norton. (MA 15+ av)

2.20 Flatliners (1990)

Thriller/Suspense.

Kiefer Sutherland. (M hls)

4.20 House Of Sand And Fog

(2003) Drama. Jennifer

Connelly. (MA 15+ av)

6.30 Enough (2002)

Thriller/Suspense.

Jennifer Lopez.

(MA 15+ av)

8.30 Cape Fear

(1991) Thriller/Suspense.

Robert De Niro,

Nick Nolte. (M av)

10.40 Red Eye (2005)

Thriller/Suspense.

Rachel McAdams. (M lv)

12.10 Insidious (2010)

Horror. (M al)

1.50 The Forgotten (2004)

Horror. (M lv)

3.20 The Visit (2015)

Horror. (M alv)

4.55 Best Laid Plans (1999)

(MA 15+ l)

6.00 The Last Emperor (cont.)

6.35 Rams (2015, Iceland) (M ln)

8.10 Suntan (2016, Greece/

Germany) (MA 15+ ans)

9.55 The Salvation

(2014, Denmark) Drama. (M av)

11.30 Getaway Of Love

(2015, Italy) Drama.

(MA 15+ sv)

1.00 Oh, Woe Is Me

(1993, France) Comedy.

Gérard Depardieu. (M l)

2.25 The Story Of O

(1975, France) Drama.

Corinne Cléry. (R 18+ as)

4.10 Suntan (2016, Greece/

Germany) Romance. Makis

Papadimitriou. (MA 15+ ans)

WM FOCUS ON:

WERNER HERZOG

5.55 Fitzcarraldo

(1982, West Germany/Peru)

Drama. Klaus Kinski. (M)

WM ADULT

8.30 The Past Imperfect

(2016, Belgium/

Netherlands) Drama.

Evelyne Brochu,

Zuri François. (MA 15+ as)

10.20 I Am Curious (Yellow)

(1967, Sweden) Drama. (M)

12.20 Oh, Woe Is Me

(1993, France) Comedy. (M l)

1.45 Rams (2015, Iceland)

Drama. (M ln)

3.20 Fitzcarraldo

(1982, West Germany/Peru) (M)

5.55 The Salvation

(2014, Denmark) (M av)

WEEK 1

Saturday 1 to Friday 7

DON’T

MISS

615 ALSO IN HD 616 628

634 +2 635

638

6.00 Safari Sisters (PG)

6.30 Animal Cops: Houston

(M)

7.30 The Vet Life (PG)

9.30 Tanked (PG)

10.30 My Cat From Hell (PG)

11.30 Dr Jeff: Rocky

Mountain Vet (PG)

12.30 Dr Dee: Alaska Vet (PG)

1.30 From Wags To Riches

(PG)

2.30 Dr Lisa To The Rescue

(PG)

6.00 Dr Lisa To The Rescue

The Buchanan Family.

(PG)

6.30 My Cat From Hell

Scary Tails. (PG)

7.30 Nature’s

Greatest Dancers

The Dance For Love.

(PG)

8.30 Deadliest Place On

Earth (M)

9.30 Migrations In

Danger (PG)

10.30 Meet The Penguins

(PG)

11.30 Bite Of The Living Dead

(M)

12.30 Pit Bulls & Parolees

* A Fighting Chance.

* Breaking Point.

* Mission Of Mercy.

* Devastation.

* Saving Tia Torres. (M)

5.30 Swamp Brothers (PG)

6.00 Wild Far East (cont.)

6.30 Animal Fight Club

(PG)

8.30 Animal Fight Club

(M av)

11.30 World Of The Wild (PG)

12.00 Baby Animals

In The Wild (PG)

1.00 Africa’s Predator Zones

(PG)

4.00 Snakes In The City

(M al)

5.00 Animal Fight Club

(M av)

6.00 Outback Rangers

Race Against Time.

(PG)

6.30 Safari Brothers

Night Stalkers.

(PG)

7.30 Boss Croc (PG)

8.30 Africa’s Hunters

The Misfit. (PG)

9.30 America’s

National Parks

Everglades. (PG)

10.30 Wild Yellowstone

(PG)

11.30 America’s National

Parks (PG)

12.30 Safari Brothers

(PG)

1.30 Boss Croc (PG)

2.30 Africa’s Hunters

(PG)

3.30 America’s National

Parks (PG)

4.30 Wild Yellowstone (PG)

6.00 Yukon Vet (cont.)

6.30 Live Free Or Die

* To The Bone.

* Making Moves.

* Bring It Home. (M a)

9.30 Sea Patrol UK (M a)

11.30 Yukon River Run

Into The Darkness. (M a)

12.30 Bondi Rescue (PG)

1.30 Inside Manchester’s

Midland Hotel (M)

2.30 Bondi Vet (PG)

4.30 Ultimate Airport Dubai

(PG)

5.30 Medical Emergency (M a)

6.00 Medical Emergency

(M a)

6.30 The Surgery Ship

(M a)

8.30 Lockdown

Alaska Bush Troopers.

State troopers transport

prisoners across the vast

wilderness in aircrafts.

(MA 15+ alv)

9.30 To Catch A

Smuggler: JFK Airport

Search And Seize. (PG)

10.30 Emergency (M)

11.30 Bondi Rescue (PG)

12.30 Taboo (MA 15+ a)

1.30 Paranatural (PG)

2.30 Beyond Magic

With DMC (PG)

3.30 I Wouldn’t Go In There

(PG)

5.30 Yukon Vet (PG)

6.00 All Girls Garage (PG)

6.30 Kindig Customs

(PG)

9.30 Cars That Rock (PG)

10.30 Junkyard Empire

(PG)

11.30 Car Crash TV (PG)

12.30 Wheeler Dealers

(PG)

6.30 Mighty Cruise Ships

Le Soléal. (PG) NE

7.30 Chasing Classic Cars

Auburns Have More Fun/

Ultra Rare Rides.

(PG)

8.30 Junkyard Empire

Playing With Fire.

(PG)

9.30 Richard Vs The

Misfits The ’57 Gasser.

(Pt 2) (PG)

10.30 Legendary Motorcar

West Coast Car Hunting/

Head-To-Head GT350-S.

(PG)

11.30 Car Crash TV (PG)

12.30 Wheeler Dealers

Fiat Dino. (PG)

1.30 Kindig Customs

Fore! (PG)

2.30 Overhaulin’

John’s 1969 AMC AMX.

(PG)

3.30 Car Chasers (PG)

4.00 Kindig Customs

(PG)

5.00 All Girls Garage (PG)

5.30 Car Fix (PG)

6.00 Destroyed In Seconds

(PG) NE

6.30 Food Factory (PG)

7.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

8.00 How It’s Made (PG)

10.30 The Quick And

The Curious (PG)

11.30 Impossible Engineering

(PG)

12.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

1.00 How It’s Made (PG)

1.30 What Could Possibly

Go Wrong? (M)

6.30 How It’s Made (PG)

7.30 3 Scientists Walk

Into A Bar (PG)

8.30 Man Vs Asteroid

(2016) Documentary.

A look at what would

happen if a large

asteroid hit Earth, and

the preventative actions

that should be taken to

prevent catastrophe. (PG)

9.30 Death On A Comet:

The Rosetta Mission

(2016) Documentary.

Celebrates one of the

21st century’s biggest

scientific events –

the day the Rosetta

spacecraft crashed onto

a comet’s surface. (PG)

10.30 How It’s Made (PG)

11.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

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ENTERTAINMENT & DRAMA

101 +2 149

6.00 Law & Order (cont.)

7.30 CSI: Miami Delko For

The Defence/Show Stopper.

(MA 15+ a)

9.30 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation Father Of

The Bride/Cello And

Goodbye. (MA 15+ av)

11.30 CSI: NY Sex, Lies And

Silicone/The Cost Of Living.

(MA 15+ av)

1.30 Cold Case Look Again/

Gleen. (M asv)

3.30 Without A Trace

John Michaels/Endgame.

(M adsv)

5.30 NCIS: Los Angeles

Skin Deep. (MA 15+ m)

6.30 NCIS: Los Angeles

Collateral. (M av)

7.30 NCIS Obsession/

Borderland. (MA 15+)

9.30 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation

Father Of The Bride/

Cello And Goodbye.

(MA 15+ av)

11.30 Cold Case

Look Again/Gleen. (M asv)

1.20 Without A Trace

John Michaels/Endgame.

(M adsv)

3.00 Cold Case

Look Again/Gleen. (M asv)

4.40 Prisoner (M adv)

5.30 Without A Trace

John Michaels. (M adsv)

103 +2 150

6.00 QI (M als)

7.25 Absolutely Fabulous

(PG)

8.05 Keeping Up Appearances

(PG)

9.25 Doc Martin Movement.

(M as)

10.25 Downton Abbey (PG)

11.50 Inspector George Gently

Gently Going Under.

(M alv)

1.50 Midsomer Murders

Ring Out Your Dead.

(M av)

3.55 Father Brown The Lair

Of The Libertines. (M av)

4.55 Who Do You Think

You Are? June Brown.

(M al)

6.05 8 Out Of 10 Cats

(M ls)

6.55 QI Hocus Pocus.

(M als)

7.30 Duck Quacks Don’t

Echo (PG) NE

8.30 The Graham

Norton Show (M l)

9.30 Michael McIntyre’s

Big Show (PG)

10.35 Would I Lie To You?

(PG)

11.45 New Tricks Last Man

Standing. (Pt 2) (M alv)

12.45 Emmerdale (PG)

2.50 Coronation Street

(PG)

4.55 8 Out Of 10 Cats (M als)

5.20 Pointless (PG)

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6.00 The Young And The

Restless (cont.)

7.00 Days Of Our Lives

(M adsv)

11.10 Judge Judy (PG)

2.25 Sex And The City

(MA 15+ ls)

5.05 ET Weekend (PG) NE

6.05 Cyrus vs Cyrus:

Design And Conquer

Creating A Forever

Home. (M)

6.35 Million Dollar

Listing NY (M)

7.30 Million Dollar

Listing NY (M) NE

8.30 The Real

Housewives Of Toronto

The Spanish Inquisition.

(M) NE

9.30 The Real

Housewives Of

New York City (M)

10.30 Cyrus vs Cyrus: Design

And Conquer (M)

11.30 Southern Charm

Savannah (M)

12.20 Below Deck

Mediterranean (M)

1.10 Shortland Street (PG)

1.35 Days Of Our Lives

(M adsv)

2.20 The Young And The

Restless (M adlsv)

3.50 Marriage Boot Camp:

Reality Stars (M ls)

4.40 Below Deck (M ls)

6.00 WWE Smackdown (cont.)

7.30 The Simpsons (PG)

9.00 Futurama (PG)

9.30 American Dad!

(M asv)

10.30 Family Guy

(MA 15+ as)

11.30 Futurama (PG)

12.00 The Simpsons (PG)

1.30 Modern Family (PG)

2.30 The Mick (M)

3.00 America’s Funniest

Home Videos (PG)

3.30 America’s Funniest

Home Videos (PG)

4.00 World’s Worst Near

Misses (M a)

5.00 Top 20 Funniest (M al)

6.00 The Simpsons

(PG)

6.30 The Amazing Race

(PG) NE

7.30 Superstore Pilot.

Jonah repeatedly

fails to make a good

impression on his first

day of work at a Cloud 9

superstore.

8.00 Superstore

Magazine Profile. NE

8.30 Ransom The Artist.

(M) NE

9.30 Hawaii Five-0

Ina Paha. (MA 15+ v) NE

10.30 Modern Family

(PG)

11.30 The Simpsons (PG)

6.00 The King Of Queens (PG)

7.30 Frasier (PG)

9.00 Friends (PG)

10.30 Roseanne (PG)

11.30 Roseanne (PG)

12.00 The King Of Queens (PG)

1.30 The Office (M s)

3.00 Seinfeld (PG)

4.30 Frasier

* Sliding Frasiers.

* Hungry Heart.

* Hooping Cranes. (PG)

6.00 Friends

* The One Where Joey

Moves Out.

* The One Where Eddie

Moves In.

* The One Where Dr

Ramoray Dies. (PG)

7.30 The Office

* Gay Witch Hunt.

* The Convention.

* The Coup. (M s)

9.00 Seinfeld

* The Subway.

* The Pez Dispenser.

* The Suicide. (PG)

10.30 Roseanne

* Tooth Or Consequences.

* Daughters And Other

Strangers.

* Two Down, One To Go.

(PG)

12.00 Frasier (PG)

1.15 Cheers (PG)

2.20 The King Of Queens (PG)

3.35 Roseanne (PG)

4.50 Friends (PG)

6.00 Private Eyes (M adlnsv)

7.00 Law & Order: SVU

(MA 15+ av)

10.00 Suits (M dls)

11.00 Law & Order: SVU

(MA 15+ adlmnsv)

12.00 Days Of Thunder (1990)

Action/Adventure. (M l)

2.00 Law & Order: SVU

Six Episodes Back-To-Back.

(MA 15+ av)

6.30 Law & Order: SVU

Townhouse Incident.

(MA 15+ adlnsv)

7.30 Law & Order

Fame. (M adv)

8.30 Law & Order: SVU

Alternate. A report of

child abuse leads to a

woman with multiple

personalities and a

complicated murder

trial. (MA 15+ asv)

9.30 Private Eyes

The Six. When the

Toronto hip-hop scene

proves full of unreliable

witnesses, Shade must

protect a 14-year-old

who saw a nightclub

shooting. (M adlnsv)

10.30 Castle (M av)

11.30 Law & Order (M adv)

1.30 State Of Affairs (M adsv)

4.00 Rookie Blue

(M adsv)

ENTERTAINMENT & DRAMA

ALSO IN HD 119 +2 161 121 +2 162 ALSO IN HD 122 +2 614 ALSO IN HD 123 +2 163 124 125

6.00 Criminal Minds (cont.)

6.05 The Walking Dead

(MA 15+ ahv)

11.20 Criminal Minds

* The Fallen.

* The Wheels On The Bus…

* Magnificent Light.

* The Lesson.

* Perennials. (MA 15+ av)

3.35 Hell On Wheels

The Elusive Eden/

Escape From The Garden.

(MA 15+ alv)

5.30 Lucifer A Good Day To Die.

(M av)

6.30 Homeland

Casus Belli.

(MA 15+ asv)

7.30 Person Of Interest

YHWH. (M v)

8.30 Fear The Walking

Dead (MA 15+ ahv)

9.30 Aquarius

Happiness Is A Warm

Gun. (MA 15+ adsv)

10.30 Vikings The Outsider.

(MA 15+ ansv)

11.30 Hell On Wheels

The Elusive Eden/

Escape From The Garden.

(MA 15+ alv)

1.00 Sons Of Anarchy

* Smite.

* Faix Cerebri

* Gilead.

* Potlatch.

* Fa Guan. (MA 15+ adlsv)

5.30 Human Target (M v)

10.00 The Jim Jeffries Show

(MA 15+)

10.25 Last Week Tonight

With John Oliver (MA 15+)

11.05 Wipeout (PG)

12.00 Tosh.0 (MA 15+ s)

2.00 The Brink

* Tweet, Tweet, Tweet.

* Sticky Wicket.

* Who’s Grover Cleveland?

(MA 15+ s)

4.00 Idiotsitter (MA 15+)

4.30 SuperMansion

(MA 15+)

5.00 Wipeout (PG)

6.00 The Middle

Thanksgiving VI. (PG) NE

6.30 The Big Bang Theory

The Large Hadron

Collision. (M s)

7.00 Whose Line Is It

Anyway? (M ls)

7.30 Just For Laughs

Russell Peters. (M s)

8.30 Last Comic Standing

(M) NE

10.30 Silicon Valley

Server Error. (MA 15+)

11.00 Tosh.0 (MA 15+ s)

12.50 Idiotsitter (MA 15+)

1.15 SuperMansion Puss In

Books. (MA 15+)

1.40 The Brink (MA 15+ l)

2.40 Wipeout (PG)

3.25 Last Comic Standing

(M)

4.50 Just For Laughs (M s)

5.35 The Big Bang Theory

(M s)

6.00 Bar Rescue (cont.)

6.10 BBQ Pitmasters (PG)

7.10 Hardcore Pawn

Seth’s Secret/Seth’s Return.

(M l)

8.00 Garage Gold (PG)

8.30 Flipping Vegas (PG)

9.30 Garage Gold (PG)

10.00 Bar Rescue (PG)

11.00 Storage Hunters

Fuel To The Fire/Dangerous

Methods. (M l) (PG)

12.00 Storage Wars (PG)

1.00 Storage Wars (PG)

1.30 Storage Wars: Texas

(PG)

2.00 Pawn Stars (PG)

4.30 The Liquidator (PG)

5.00 Hungry Investors (PG)

6.00 South Beach

Classics (PG)

6.30 Hardcore Pawn (M al)

7.00 Extreme Collectors

(PG)

7.30 Pawn Stars

Confederate Conundrum/

Sink Or Sell. (PG)

8.30 Storage Wars

Fear And Loathing

In Placentia/Barry

Doubtfire. (PG)

9.30 Hardcore Pawn

American Jewellery

And Zoo/Les Sells Out.

(M l)

10.30 Pawn Stars (PG)

11.30 Storage Wars (PG)

6.00 Red Dwarf (PG)

6.30 Buffy The Vampire Slayer

(M av)

8.30 Star Trek: The Next

Generation

* Peak Performance.

* Shades Of Gray.

* Evolution. (PG)

11.30 Star Trek: Voyager

* Juggernaut.

* Someone To Watch Over Me.

* 11:59. (PG)

2.30 The Almighty Johnsons

Does This Look Like Asgard?

(M dls)

3.30 Session 9 (2001)

Thriller/Suspense. Josh Lucas,

David Caruso. (MA 15+)

5.30 12 Monkeys

Brothers. (MA 15+)

6.30 Doctor Who

The Doctor, The Widow

And The Wardrobe.

(PG)

7.30 Blood Drive Steel

City Nightfall. (MA 15+)

8.30 Killjoys

(MA 15+)

9.30 Dark Matter

(MA 15+)

10.40 Z Nation White Light/

Zombie Road.

(MA 15+ hv)

12.40 Star Trek: The Next

Generation (PG)

3.30 Star Trek: Voyager

(PG)

5.30 Red Dwarf (PG)

6.00 Teen Mom 2 Intensive

Care/No Looking Back. (M)

7.40 Jersey Shore Creepin’/

Breaking Up. (M)

9.20 Vidiots (M)

10.35 Are You The One?

Second Chance

(MA 15+)

3.00 16 And Pregnant (M)

4.00 Teen Mom OG (M)

6.15 Catfish: The TV Show

Open Investigation.

(M)

7.05 Ex On The Beach

(MA 15+)

8.00 Are You The

One? Second Chance

Perfect matches are

brought together to

test all aspects of their

relationships. (M)

9.00 Ridiculousness

Chanel And Sterling

XXXIX/Jamie Bestwick.

(M)

9.50 Clickbait (M)

10.35 Ridiculousness

Chanel And Sterling XL/

Clinton Sparks. (M)

11.15 Clickbait (M)

11.35 Ridiculousness

* David Arquette.

* Chanel And Sterling XLI.

* Dude Perfect.

* Charlotte McKinney. (M)

1.00 MADE (PG)

3.25 MTV Plays Music…

(MA 15+)

6.00 E! News: Daily Pop (M)

7.00 Ice Loves Coco (M)

7.30 Keeping Up With

The Kardashians (M als)

9.25 The Hype (PG)

9.30 Keeping Up With

The Kardashians (M ls)

10.30 Total Divas (M lsv)

12.30 What Happens At The

Abbey (M)

2.30 Botched (MA 15+ am)

4.30 Second Wives Club

Trouble In Paradise/Game

Over. (M als)

6.30 E! News (M) NE

7.30 Hollywood Medium

With Tyler Henry

Khloé Kardashian And

Kylie Jenner, RuPaul,

Elisha Cuthbert/Lisa

Vanderpump, Allison

Janney, Portia De Rossi,

Kacey Musgraves.

(PG)

9.30 Botched

Man Boobs.

(MA 15+ am)

10.30 The

Tonight Show Starring

Jimmy Fallon (M)

11.30 E! News (M)

12.25 Ice Loves Coco

Baby Got Business. (M)

12.50 Keeping Up With

The Kardashians (M als)

3.25 Botched

(MA 15+ lms)

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6.00 The Golden Girls (cont.)

6.50 Only Fools And

Horses... (PG)

8.00 Matlock (PG)

9.00 Diagnosis Murder

(M av)

10.00 Remington Steele

(PG)

11.00 Hill Street Blues

(M av)

WESTERN TRIPLE

12.00 The Proud Ones (1956)

War/Western. (PG)

1.35 Lawman (1971)

War/Western. (PG)

3.15 Yellow Sky (1948)

War/Western. (M)

4.55 The Virginian (PG)

6.20 The Golden Girls

We’re Outta Here.

(Pt 2 & 1) (PG)

7.20 Only Fools And

Horses... A Touch Of

Glass/Homesick. (PG)

SUNDAY NIGHT

AT THE MOVIES

8.30 The Package (1989)

Action/Adventure.

Gene Hackman, Joanna

Cassidy. (M lv)

10.20 Play Misty For Me

(1971) Thriller/Suspense.

Clint Eastwood, Jessica

Walter. (M av)

12.05 I Love Lucy

12.30 Remington Steele

(PG)

6.00 Into The Badlands

(s2) (Ep 10) (MA 15+)

6.50 Nashville (s5) (Ep 11)

(M a)

7.40 Orange Is The New Black

(s5) (Ep 3) (MA 15+)

8.45 Elementary (s2) (Ep 4-6)

(M asv)

11.20 The Americans

(s5) (Ep 8) (MA 15+)

12.15 Into The Badlands

(s2) (Ep 9 & 10) (MA 15+)

1.55 Nashville (s5) (Ep 11)

(M a)

2.45 Orange Is The

New Black (s5) (Ep 3)

(MA 15+)

3.50 Elementary (s2) (Ep 4-6)

(M asv)

6.25 Veep (s6) (Ep 10)

(MA 15+ ls)

7.00 Let’s Talk About

(s2) (Ep 10) (M ls)

7.15 Game Of Thrones

(s6) (Ep 10)

(MA 15+ alv)

8.30 Orange Is

The New Black

(s5) (Ep 4) (MA 15+)

9.35 Queen Of

The South (s2) (Ep 3)

(MA 15+)

10.25 Secret City (s1) (Ep 6)

(M alv)

11.25 Rome (s1) (Ep 7)

(MA 15+ sv)

12.25 Game Of Thrones

(s6) (Ep 10) (MA 15+ alv)

6.00 Band Of Brothers

(s1) (Ep 8) (MA 15+ lv)

7.15 Band Of Brothers

(s1) (Ep 9) (MA 15+ alv)

8.15 Band Of Brothers

(s1) (Ep 10) (MA 15+ lv)

9.20 The Newsroom (s3)

(M al)

* Boston.

* Run.

* Main Justice.

* Contempt.

* Oh Shenandoah.

* What Kind Of Day Has It

Been.

3.25 The Pacific (s1)

(MA 15+ v)

* Guadalcanal.

* Leckie.

* Basilone.

* Melbourne.

* Gloucester Pavuva.

* Banika.

* Peleliu Landing.

* Peleliu Airfield.

* Peleliu Hills.

* Iwo Jima.

* Okinawa.

* Home.

12.50 On The Set (M v)

The Pacific.

1.10 The Pacific (s1)

(MA 15+ v)

* Guadalcanal.

* Leckie.

* Basilone.

* Melbourne.

* Gloucester Pavuva.

* Banika.

* Peleliu Landing.

* Peleliu Airfield.

6.00 Nashville (cont.)

6.35 Nashville (s5) (Ep 9-11)

(M a)

9.00 Bitten (s2)

(MA 15+ sv)

* Bad Blood.

* Scare Tactics.

* Hell’s Teeth.

* Dead Meat.

* Rabbit Hole.

* Nine Circles.

* Bad Dreams.

* Dark Arts.

* Scavenger’s Daughter.

* Fine Temporum.

5.00 Bitten (s2) (Ep 1 & 2)

(MA 15+ sv)

6.35 Bitten (s2) (Ep 3)

(MA 15+ v)

7.25 Bitten (s2) (Ep 4)

(MA 15+ sv)

8.15 Bitten (s2) (Ep 5)

(MA 15+ v)

9.05 Bitten (s2) (Ep 6)

(MA 15+ v)

9.50 Bitten (s2) (Ep 7)

(MA 15+ v)

10.40 Bitten (s2) (Ep 8)

(MA 15+ sv)

11.25 Bitten (s2) (Ep 9)

(MA 15+ v)

12.15 Bitten (s2) (Ep 10)

(MA 15+ v)

1.05 Bitten (s2) (Ep 1-7)

(MA 15+ sv)

6.00 The A Word (cont.)

6.25 The A Word

(s1) (Ep 5 & 6) (M l)

8.35 Banished (s1) (Ep 1-7)

(MA 15+ alsv)

4.10 Call The Midwife

(s6) (Ep 3) (PG)

5.15 The Missing (s2) (Ep 7)

(M alv)

6.20 The Replacement

(s1) (Ep 1) (M al)

7.25 Call The Midwife

(s6) (Ep 7) (PG)

8.30 Apple Tree

Yard (s1) (Ep 4) As

the trial continues,

Costley’s lawyer

bases his defence on

Costley’s personality

disorder, which

would have impeded

his ability to react

normally during the

altercation with Selway.

(MA 15+ as) NE

9.35 Guerrilla (s1) (Ep 4)

(MA 15+ alv) NE

10.30 Silent Witness

(s20) (Ep 9 & 10) (M alv)

12.35 Call The Midwife

(s6) (Ep 3) (PG)

1.35 Episodes (s4) (Ep 8 & 9)

(MA 15+ ls)

2.35 Banished (s1) (Ep 1-4)

(MA 15+ alsv)

6.00 Tara Moss In

Conversation (PG)

6.15 Murdoch Mysteries

(M v)

9.15 Wallander (MA 15+ av)

11.00 Silent Witness

(MA 15+ dsv)

1.00 Columbo (PG)

2.30 The Bletchley Circle (M av)

3.30 Line Of Duty

(MA 15+ av)

4.45 A Touch Of Frost

(M av)

6.45 Vera The Moth

Catcher. DCI Vera

Stanhope investigates

the mysterious death

of a young man whose

remains are discovered

in remote caves in an

area notorious for illicit

teenage gatherings.

(M av)

8.30 Poirot Murder In

Mesopotamia. (Pt 1)

The wife of a renowned

archaeologist is

murdered during the

excavation of an ancient

site in the Middle East.

(PG)

10.15 Silent Witness

Shadows. (MA 15+ dsv)

12.00 Columbo (PG)

1.30 Lewis (M av)

3.00 Murdoch Mysteries

(M v)

WEEK 1

Saturday 1 to Friday 7

LIFESTYLE

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6.00 Beeny’s Restoration

Nightmare (PG)

7.00 Relocation Relocation

Australia

8.00 Location, Location,

Location Australia

9.00 Charlie Luxton’s Homes

By The Mediterranean

(PG)

10.00 Restoration Home

11.15 Grand Designs Australia


12.15 Grand Designs (PG)

1.15 Selling Houses Australia

(PG)

3.15 The Extraordinary

Collector (PG) NE

4.15 Inside Asprey

5.15 Further Back In Time

For Dinner (PG)

6.30 Grand Designs

(PG)

7.30 Selling Houses

Australia

Hoarder House.

8.30 Maggie Beer

In Japan (PG)

9.30 24 Hours In

Emergency

Seize The Day. (M alm)

10.30 Gogglebox UK

(MA 15+)

11.30 Further Back In Time

For Dinner (PG)

12.40 Selling Houses

Australia (PG)

1.35 Kirstie’s Vintage Home

(PG)

6.00 Clean House Comes

Clean (PG)

6.30 How Do I Look?

(PG)

8.30 Little Women: Terra’s

Little Family (M)

11.30 Revenge Body With

Khloé Kardashian (M al)

12.30 First Dates (PG)

1.30 David Tutera:

CELEBrations (M l)

2.30 Little Women: LA (M al)

3.30 Finding My Father

(M al)

4.30 Tori & Dean: Cabin Fever

(PG)

5.30 Revenge Body With

Khloé Kardashian (M al)

6.30 Mom Vs Matchmaker

Drinking And Dating/

Fluffy Balls. (PG)

7.30 Giuliana & Bill

The Depandi Moving

Company. (PG)

8.30 How Do I Look?

Karen Maruyama.

(PG)

9.30 The Victoria’s Secret

Fashion Show (PG)

10.30 Tabatha Takes Over

(M al)

11.30 How Do I Look?

(PG)

1.20 Jerseylicious (M sv)

2.10 Jerseylicious (PG)

3.00 Big Rich Texas

(M als)

5.30 Clean House Comes

Clean (PG)

6.00 Easy Chinese

6.50 Serve It Like Sarah (PG)

7.20 The Food Chain

8.20 Maggie Beer In Japan

(PG)

9.30 John Torode’s Korean

Food Tour (PG)

10.30 Come Dine With Me

Top 30 (M s)

12.30 Maggie Beer In Japan

(PG)

1.45 John Torode’s Korean

Food Tour (PG)

2.45 River Cottage: Winter

Collection (PG)

3.45 James Martin’s Home

Comforts

4.45 Maggie Beer In Japan

(PG)

6.00 John Torode’s

Korean Food Tour

Modern Classics.

(PG)

7.00 Great British Bake

Off Wedding Special


8.15 Inside The Factory

Bread.

9.30 Rick Stein’s Far

Eastern Odyssey

Sri Lanka. (PG)

10.45 Hell’s Kitchen USA

Eight Chefs Compete.

(MA 15+ l)

11.45 Hairy Bikers’ Asian

Adventure (PG)

12.50 Escape To River

Cottage (PG)

6.00 Gardeners’ World

6.40 Homes Under The

Hammer (PG)

7.50 Room To Improve

(PG)

9.00 Fixer Upper

10.00 Location, Location,

Location (PG)

11.30 Location, Location,

Location Australia

12.30 Brand New House On

A Budget

1.30 Love It Or List It (PG)

3.30 Love It Or List It (PG)

4.30 Kirstie’s Handmade

Showdown

Royal Welsh Show.

5.30 Fixer Upper

New Home New Life For

Mum.

6.30 A Place In The Sun:

Winter Sun

* South Tenerife.

* North Tenerife.

* Lanzarote. (PG)

9.30 Timber Kings

Giddy Up. (PG) NE

10.30 Bryan Inc: Luxury

Builds Animal House.

(PG)

11.30 Love It Or List It

* The Smout Family.

* The Elliot Family.

* The Bayda-McLean Family. (PG)

2.20 A Place In The Sun:

Winter Sun (PG)

5.05 Bryan Inc: Luxury Builds

(PG)

6.00 Healing Yoga

7.20 Say Yes To The Dress:

Atlanta (PG)

9.25 Sperm Donors:

The Vikings Are Coming

(M al)

10.25 The Dog Hotel

11.25 Long Lost Family (PG)

12.25 Hoarders: Get Your

House In Order

1.25 The Secret Life Of

The Hospital Bed (M)

2.25 Mikie Saves The Date

(PG)

3.25 Say Yes To The Dress:

Atlanta (PG)

5.30 The Secret Life Of Kids

(PG)

6.30 Brain Hospital:

Saving Lives

(MA 15+ m)

7.30 24 Hours In

Emergency (PG)

8.30 Long Lost

Family US

9.30 Long Lost Family:

What Happened Next

(PG)

10.30 Sperm Donors:

The Vikings Are Coming (M)

11.30 Blinging Up Baby

(PG)

12.30 Taking New York

(M l)

1.20 Wife Swap USA (PG)

3.00 Healing Yoga

3.25 Say Yes To The Dress:

Atlanta (PG)

5.10 Wedding Betrayals (M)

6.00 Say Yes To The Dress:

Canada (PG)

6.30 I Didn’t Know I Was

Pregnant (PG)

8.30 Man Vs Food (PG)

10.00 Man Vs Food (PG)

11.30 Ink Master:

Redemption (M)

12.00 Tattoo Nightmares

(M)

12.30 Say Yes To The Dress

(PG)

4.30 Say Yes To The Dress:

Canada (PG)

5.30 Say Yes To The Dress

(PG)

6.30 Little People, Big

World Embrace The

Booty. (PG)

7.30 Sister Wives

Embarrassing The Sister

Wives. (PG)

8.30 Oprah: Where Are

They Now? Former

Teen Star Aaron Carter,

Comic Jim J Bullock

And Soap Star Victoria

Rowell. (PG) NE

9.30 Pregnant Behind

Bars Breaking

The Cycle. (M)

10.30 My 600-Lb Life (M)

11.30 Disappeared (M)

12.30 Ink Master:

Redemption (M)

1.00 Tattoo Nightmares

(M)

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6.00 Dangerous Company

(cont.)

6.30 Lights Out (2016)

(M av)

7.55 The Nice Guys (2016)

(MA 15+ lnsv)

9.55 Batman V Superman:

Dawn Of Justice (2016)

(M av)

12.30 Deepwater Horizon

(2016) (M al)

2.20 Eye In The Sky (2015)

(M alv)

4.05 13 Hrs: Secret Soldiers

Of Benghazi (2016)

(MA 15+ v)

6.35 Central Intelligence

(2016) Comedy. Dwayne

Johnson. (M lsv)

8.30 The 9th Life Of

Louis Drax (2016)

Thriller/Suspense.

Jamie Dornan. Louis

Drax accidentally

plunges off a cliff and

must face his own

mortality. (M al)

10.25 Sniper: Special Ops

(2016) Action/Adventure.

(M alv)

12.00 Everybody

Wants Some!! (2016)

(MA 15+ dls)

1.55 Truth (2015) (M l)

3.55 Lethal Seduction (2015)

(M av)

5.15 Mechanic: Resurrection

(2016) (MA 15+ v)

6.00 The Purple Rose Of Cairo

(cont.)

7.00 Love & Friendship (2016)

Comedy. Kate Beckinsale.

(PG)

8.40 The Adderall Diaries

(2015) Thriller/Suspense.

Amber Heard.

(MA 15+ adls)

10.10 Room (2015) Drama.

Brie Larson. (M al)

12.10 Two Hands (1999)

Thriller/Suspense.

Heath Ledger. (MA 15+ lv)

1.50 The Revenant (2016)

Action/Adventure. Leonardo

DiCaprio. (MA 15+ asv)

4.30 By The Sea (2015)

Drama. Brad Pitt.

(MA 15+ s)

6.35 Indignation (2016)

Drama. Logan Lerman,

Sarah Gadon. (M alsv)

8.30 Atonement (2007)

Drama. Saoirse Ronan,

Keira Knightley, James

McAvoy. (MA 15+ al)

10.35 The Last Of

The Mohicans (1992)

Action/Adventure.

Daniel Day-Lewis,

Madeleine Stowe. (M v)

12.25 JFK (1991)

Mystery/Crime. (M l)

3.45 Infinitely Polar Bear

(2014) Drama. (M al)

5.10 Game Change (2012)

Drama. (M l)

6.00 Sleeping Beauty (cont.)

7.10 Honey, I Shrunk The Kids

(1989) Family. Rick Moranis.

(PG)

8.45 Honey, I Blew Up The Kid

(1992) Family. Rick Moranis,

Marcia Strassman.

10.15 Honey, We Shrunk

Ourselves (1997) Comedy.

Rick Moranis. (PG)

11.30 Cool Runnings (1993)

Family. John Candy.

1.15 Monsters, Inc. (2001)

Family. John Goodman.

2.50 Cars (2006) Animation.

Owen Wilson.

4.45 Cars 2 (2011) Animation.

Owen Wilson. (PG)

WINTER WONDERLAND

6.30 Snow Buddies

(2008) Family.

Jarvis Dashkewytch,

James Belushi.

8.00 Pirates Of The

Caribbean: The Curse

Of The Black Pearl

(2003) Family. Johnny

Depp, Orlando Bloom,

Kiera Knightley. (M)

10.25 Bedtime Stories (2008)

Family. Adam Sandler.

12.05 Atlantis: The Lost Empire

(2001) Family. (PG)

1.40 Atlantis: Milo’s Return

(2003) Family. (PG)

3.00 Pollyanna (1960) Family.

Jane Wyman.

5.15 Teacher’s Pet (2004)

DOCOS

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6.00 Portrait Artist Of

The Year

6.50 Cecilia Bartoli: Mission

8.00 The Improv: 50 Years

Behind The Brick Wall (PG)

8.50 Last Night Of

The Proms 2012

10.30 Classical Destinations

(PG)

11.00 Roy Haynes Quartet

In Vienna

12.00 Sidsel Endresen & Stian

Westerhus In Vienna

1.00 Roscoe Mitchell Solo

In Vienna

2.00 InterMezzo

3.05 Hollywood’s Best Film

Directors (PG)

3.35 The Book Show

(M a)

4.35 Stars Of

The Silver Screen (PG)

5.30 Fake Or Fortune?

(PG)

6.40 Landscape Artist

Of The Year (PG)

8.00 The Art Show (PG)

9.00 This Is Opera

Pelleas Et Melisande.

(PG)

10.00 L’Elisir D’amore

From the Royal Opera

House, Covent Garden.

12.25 Later... With Jools

Holland (M l)

1.35 In Conversation (PG)

2.05 Celebrity: Dominick

Dunne (M a)

6.00 Auction Hunters (PG)

6.30 Alaska: The Last Frontier

(M)

7.30 MythBusters (PG)

8.30 Treehouse Masters

(PG)

10.30 Anthony Bourdain:

Parts Unknown (M)

11.30 Swamp Murders (M)

12.30 Blood Relatives (M)

1.30 A Crime To Remember

(M) NE

2.30 Alaska: The Last

Frontier (M)

3.30 Diesel Brothers Special

(PG)

5.30 Fast N’ Loud (PG) NE

6.30 Diesel Brothers

Tows Before Bros… (PG)

7.30 Fast N’ Loud This Is

So Farfegnugen. (Pt 1)

(PG)

8.30 Misfit Garage:

Richard Vs The Misfits NE

9.30 Diesel Brothers

Special Major League

Baseball. (Pt 2) (PG) NE

11.30 A Crime To Remember

(M)

12.30 Blood Relatives (M)

1.30 Alaska: The Last Frontier

(M)

2.30 Auction Hunters

(PG)

3.00 Deadliest Catch

(PG)

4.00 Treehouse Masters

(PG)

6.00 StarTalk (cont.)

6.30 Danger Decoded (M)

7.30 Science Of Stupid

(M al)

8.30 Seconds From Disaster

(PG)

10.30 Megastructures

11.30 World’s Greatest

Concert Hall

12.30 Air Crash Investigation

(PG)

2.30 The Australian ’80s

(PG)

3.30 Science Of Stupid

(PG)

4.30 Science Of Stupid

(PG)

6.00 Science Of Stupid

(PG)

6.30 Cosmos:

A Spacetime Odyssey

Standing Up In The

Milky Way. (PG)

7.30 WWII: Forgotten Ally

(M)

8.30 Nazi Sunken Sub (PG)

9.30 No Man Left Behind

The Real Black Hawk

Down. (M alv)

10.30 MARS (PG)

11.30 Origins: The Journey

Of Humankind (PG)

12.30 Nazi Underworld (PG)

2.30 Science Of Stupid

(PG)

3.30 Air Crash Investigation

(PG)

5.30 StarTalk (M a)

ALSO IN HD 611

6.00 The Crusades (cont.)

6.30 UFO Hunters (PG)

7.30 History Of Warfare

(PG)

8.30 Penelope Keith’s

Hidden Villages (PG)

9.30 Inside Windsor Castle

(PG)

10.30 History Of Warfare

(PG)

11.30 The Crusades (PG)

12.30 UFO Hunters (PG)

1.30 Battleplan (PG)

2.30 Love, Hate &

Propaganda: The Cold War

(MA 15+ av)

3.30 Scorched Earth (PG)

4.30 Weapons At War

(PG)

5.30 Ancient Impossible

(PG)

6.30 America Unearthed

The Templars’ Deadliest

Secret: Evidence

Exposed. (M v)

7.30 Inside Windsor

Castle Four Divorces

And A Fire (1972-1992).

(PG) NE

8.30 The Private

Lives Of The Tudors

Elizabeth I: The Golden

Age. (PG) NE

9.30 Scotland Revealed

10.30 Murder Maps (M av)

11.30 Clash Of Warriors (PG)

6.00 Human Universe

(PG)

7.20 Wonders Of

The Solar System

(PG)

8.35 Top Gear USA (PG)

9.35 Top Gear (M lv)

10.35 The Moaning Of Life

(M als)

12.45 Top Gear (PG)

1.55 Stephen Fry In America

(M al)

3.05 Forces Of Nature With

Brian Cox (PG)

4.15 Where The Wild Men Are

(M alv)

5.15 John Bishop’s Australia

(M al)

6.20 Top Gear (M lv)

7.30 Where The Wild

Men Are French

Polynesia. (PG)

8.30 Forces Of Nature

With Brian Cox

The Moth And The

Flame. (PG) NE

9.45 Louis Theroux:

African Hunting

(M a)

10.55 Top Gear (PG)

11.55 Where The Wild

Men Are (M alv)

12.40 Human Universe

(PG)

1.40 Wonders Of

The Solar System (PG)

2.40 Where The Wild

Men Are (PG)

613

6.00 Cold Blood (cont.)

6.30 Killer Instinct (M av)

7.30 Court Justice: Sydney

(M)

8.00 Justice Served:

Murderous Affairs (M)

SERIAL KILLER SUNDAY

8.30 Measuring Evil: Britain’s

Worst Killers (M)

9.30 Death Row Stories (M adv)

10.30 Crime Files: The

Homefront (M adv)

11.00 The First 48 (MA 15+ adv)

12.00 It Takes A Killer

(MA 15+ v)

12.30 Court Justice: Sydney

(M)

1.00 Justice Served:

Murderous Affairs (M)

SERIAL KILLER SUNDAY

1.30 Measuring Evil: Britain’s

Worst Killers (M)

2.30 Death Row Stories (M adv)

3.30 Killer Instinct (M av)

4.30 Dead Again (M av)

5.30 Cold Justice

(MA 15+ as)

6.30 Cops (M adl)

7.00 Cops (M d)

7.30 Cold Case Files

She Never Came Home.

(M)

8.30 Snapped: Killer

Couples (M) NE

9.30 The First 48

The Other Wife.

(M) NE

10.30 Homicide Hunter

(M adv)

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6.00 A Christmas Melody

(cont.)

7.00 Miracle On 34th Street

(1994)

8.55 Parental Guidance

(2012) (PG)

10.40 Mrs Doubtfire (1993)

(PG)

12.45 Ella Enchanted (2004)

Family. (PG)

2.25 Big Daddy (1999)

Comedy. (PG)

4.00 Nanny McPhee (2005)

Family. Emma Thompson,

Colin Firth. (PG)

5.40 Nanny McPhee &

The Big Bang (2010) Family.

Emma Thompson.

CHILLIN’ WITH

DA VILLAINS

7.30 Peter Pan (2003)

Family. Jeremy Sumpter,

Jason Isaacs. (PG)

9.25 Finding Neverland

(2004) Family. Johnny

Depp, Kate Winslet.

(PG)

11.10 House Arrest (1995)

Family. Jamie Lee Curtis.

(PG)

1.00 Christmas Switch

(2015) (PG)

2.40 Angels Sing (2013)

(PG)

4.10 The Kings Of Summer

(2013) (M ls)

5.45 Scooby-Doo! Moon

Monster Madness (2015)

(PG)

6.00 Armored (cont.)

7.15 Nowhere To Run (1993)

(M vl)

8.55 Bait (2000) (MA 15+ v)

11.00 Never Die Alone (2004)

Action/Adventure. DMX.

(MA 15+ dlsv)

12.35 Kill Me Three Times

(2014) Action/Adventure.

Simon Pegg. (MA 15+ sv)

2.10 The Terminator (1984)

Action/Adventure.

Arnold Schwarzenegger.

(M lsv)

4.00 Star Trek (2009)

Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Chris Pine,

Zachary Quinto. (M v)

6.10 We Were Soldiers

(2002) Action/Adventure.

Mel Gibson. (MA 15+ v)

HAPPY BIRTHDAY!

TOM CRUISE

8.30 War Of The Worlds

(2005) Action/Adventure.

Tom Cruise, Justin

Chatwin. (M v)

10.30 The Last Witch Hunter

(2015) Sci-Fi/Fantasy.

Vin Diesel. (M av)

12.20 V For Vendetta

(2005) Action/Adventure.

(MA 15+ vl)

2.30 Predator 2 (1990) (M lv)

4.15 Batman Vs Robin (2015)

(M v)

5.35 Downtown (1990)

(M lv)

6.00 Mystery Men (cont.)

6.55 Grandma’s Boy (2006)

Comedy. (MA 15+ dls)

8.30 Kingpin (1996) Comedy.

(M ds)

10.30 Happy Gilmore (1996)

Comedy. (M l)

12.05 Surviving Christmas

(2004) Comedy. Ben Affleck,

James Gandolfini. (M s)

1.45 Bubble Boy (2001)

Comedy. Jake Gyllenhaal,

Swoosie Kurtz. (M a)

3.15 The Watch (2012) Comedy.

Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn.

(MA 15+ lsv)

5.00 BASEketball (1998)

Comedy. Trey Parker,

Matt Stone. (M ls)

6.50 Nacho Libre (2006)

Comedy. Jack Black,

Ana De La Reguera,

Héctor Jiménez. (PG)

8.30 Ace Ventura:

Pet Detective (1994)

Comedy. Jim Carrey,

Sean Young. (M l)

10.05 Team America: World

Police (2004) Comedy.

Trey Parker. (MA 15+ s)

11.50 Evolution (2001)

Comedy. (PG)

1.30 Jerked (2013) Comedy.

(MA 15+ ns)

3.00 Swingers (1996)

Comedy. (M l)

4.35 The World According

To Garp (1982) (M alv)

6.00 Emma (cont.)

6.10 Paradise (2013) Comedy.

Julianne Hough. (PG)

7.40 The Choice (2016) Drama.

Benjamin Walker. (PG)

9.35 Life Or Something Like It

(2002) Comedy. Angelina

Jolie. (M l)

11.25 Just Friends (2005)

Comedy. Ryan Reynolds,

Amy Smart. (M s)

1.05 It Could Happen To You

(1994) Romance.

Nicolas Cage. (PG)

2.50 The Upside Of Anger

(2005) Comedy. Joan Allen,

Kevin Costner. (M als)

4.50 Romy And Michele’s

High School Reunion (1997)

Comedy. Mira Sorvino,

Lisa Kudrow. (M sl)

6.30 The Age Of Adaline

(2015) Romance.

Blake Lively. (M as)

8.30 Marley & Me (2008)

Romance. Owen Wilson,

Jennifer Aniston,

Eric Dane. (PG)

10.30 The Lake House (2006)

Romance. Sandra Bullock,

Keanu Reeves. (M l)

12.10 Boys And Girls (2000)

Comedy. (M s)

1.45 Grey Gardens (2009)

Drama. (PG)

3.30 Sommersby (1993)

Drama. (M s)

5.25 Man Up (2015) (M ls)

6.00 Best Laid Plans (cont.)

6.35 Primal Fear (1996)

Drama. Richard Gere.

(MA 15+ lsv)

8.50 Supremacy (2014)

Drama. Joe Anderson.

(MA 15+ al)

10.45 Signs (2002)

Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Mel Gibson.

(M a)

12.35 Copycat (1995)

Thriller/Suspense. Sigourney

Weaver. (MA 15+ v)

2.40 The Invasion (2007)

Sci-Fi/Fantasy. Nicole Kidman.

(M av)

4.25 Basic (2003) Action/

Adventure. John Travolta.

(MA 15+ v)

6.10 The Talented

Mr Ripley (1999)

Thriller/Suspense.

Matt Damon. (M alv)

8.30 Frailty (2001)

Thriller/Suspense. Bill

Paxton. (MA 15+ av)

10.15 Single White Female

(1992) Thriller/Suspense.

Bridget Fonda. (M sv)

12.05 Queen Of The Damned

(2002) Horror. (M h)

1.50 The Laramie Project

(2002) Mystery/Crime. (M al)

3.30 The Devil’s Double

(2011) Drama.

(MA 15+ adlsv)

5.20 High Crimes (2002)

Drama. (M v)

6.00 The Salvation (cont.)

7.30 The Past Imperfect

(2016, Belgium/Netherlands)

Drama. (MA 15+ as)

9.20 Getaway Of Love

(2015, Italy) Drama. (MA 15+ sv)

10.50 Oh, Woe Is Me

(1993, France) Comedy. (M l)

12.15 I Am Curious (Yellow)

(1967, Sweden) Drama. (M)

2.15 Fitzcarraldo (1982, West

Germany/Peru) Drama. (M)

4.50 The Past Imperfect

(2016, Belgium/Netherlands)

Drama. Evelyne Brochu.

(MA 15+ as)

6.40 Truman (2015, Spain)

Comedy. Ricardo Darin,

Javier Cámara. (MA 15+ s)

8.30 Quit Staring At My

Plate (2016, Croatia/

Denmark) Drama.

Mia Petricevic. When an

authoritative patriarch

is incapacitated by a

stroke, his daughter

comes out of her shell.

(MA 15+)

10.15 Bad Guy (2001, South

Korea) Drama. (MA 15+)

12.00 Theeb (2014, Jordan)

Drama. (M av)

1.40 I Killed My Mother

(2009, Canada) (M dls)

3.20 Truman (2015, Spain)

(MA 15+ s)

5.10 11 Minutes (2015,

Poland/Ireland) (M dlsv)

WEEK 1

Saturday 1 to Friday 7

DON’T

MISS

615 ALSO IN HD 616 628

634 +2 635

638

6.00 Swamp Brothers (PG)

6.30 My Cat From Hell (PG)

7.30 Tanked (PG)

8.30 Pit Bulls & Parolees

(M)

9.30 Animal Cops: Detroit

(M)

10.30 Animal Cops: Houston

(M)

11.30 Animal Precinct (M)

12.30 Pit Bulls & Parolees

(M)

1.30 K9 Cops (M)

2.30 Migrations In Danger

(PG)

3.30 The Secret Life Of Pets

(PG)

4.30 Tanked (PG)

6.30 My Cat From Hell

Real House Cat Of

Orange County. (PG)

7.30 Secret Life Of The

Wombat Wombat Wood.

Follows the emotional

journey of this social

species, from pouch to

independence in the

bush. (PG)

8.30 Tanked Prince

Royce’s Royal Tank.

(PG)

9.30 Monsters Inside Me

My Wife Is Rotting.

(M) NE

10.30 Finding Bigfoot

(PG)

11.30 Pit Bulls & Parolees

(M)

6.00 America’s National

Parks (cont.)

6.30 Hunter Hunted (PG)

7.30 Dead Or Alive

(M v)

8.30 Wild Mississippi

9.30 Survive The Wild (PG)

10.30 Dangerous Encounters

(PG)

11.30 Wild Case Files (PG)

12.30 Boss Croc (PG)

1.30 Africa’s Hunters

(PG)

2.30 Snakes In The City

(M al)

3.30 Animals Gone Wild

(PG)

4.30 Animal Fight Club

(M av)

5.30 Unlikely Animal Friends

(PG)

6.30 The Wild Life

Of Tim Faulkner

7.30 David

Attenborough’s

Natural Curiosities

Impossible Feats/

Curious Minds. (PG)

8.30 Secret Life

Of Predators

What Lies Beneath/

In Plain Sight. (PG)

10.30 Animals Gone Wild

(PG)

11.30 Snakes In The City

(M al)

12.30 The Wild Life

Of Tim Faulkner

6.00 Yukon Vet (cont.)

6.30 Bandit Patrol (PG)

8.30 Dr Pol: Birth-Takular!

(PG)

9.30 Bondi Vet (PG)

10.00 Bondi Rescue (PG)

10.30 Cesar Millan: Love My

Pit Bull (PG)

11.30 Cesar Millan’s Dog

Nation (PG)

12.30 Live Free Or Die

(PG)

1.30 My Life Is A Zoo (PG)

3.30 The Incredible Dr Pol

(PG)

4.30 Storm Hunters (PG)

5.00 Bondi Vet (PG)

6.00 Bondi Rescue

(PG)

6.30 Incredible!

The Story Of Dr Pol (PG)

7.30 Bondi Rescue

(PG) NE

8.30 Live Free Or Die

Making Moves. (M a)

9.30 Storm Hunters

(PG)

10.30 Lawless Island: Alaska

Backwoods Fix. (M a)

11.30 Hard Time

Come On Vacation, Leave

On Probation. (M alv)

12.30 Taboo (MA 15+ a)

1.30 Paranatural (PG)

2.30 Beyond Magic

With DMC (PG)

3.30 Jobs That Bite! (PG)

5.30 Yukon Vet (PG)

6.00 All Girls Garage (PG)

6.30 Barrett-Jackson (PG)

8.30 Legendary Motorcar

(PG)

9.30 Car Chasers (PG)

10.00 All Girls Garage

(PG)

10.30 Overhaulin’ (PG)

11.30 Wheeler Dealers

(PG)

12.30 Misfit Garage (PG)

1.30 Kindig Customs (PG)

2.30 Wheeler Dealers

(PG)

3.30 Cars That Rock (PG)

4.30 Legendary Motorcar

(PG)

5.30 Wheeler Dealers

(PG)

6.30 Misfit Garage

(PG)

7.30 Legendary Motorcar

Head-To-Head GT350-S.

(PG)

8.00 Legendary Motorcar

Trading Up To A Cobra.

(PG) NE

8.30 Cars That Rock

McLaren. (PG)

9.30 Chasing Classic Cars

Island Time!/Just A Little

Patience. (PG)

10.30 How It’s Made:

Dream Cars (PG)

11.00 What’s My Car Worth?

(PG)

11.30 Misfit Garage (PG)

6.00 Destroyed In Seconds

(PG) NE

6.30 Food Factory (PG)

7.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

8.00 How It’s Made (PG)

8.30 Strip The Cosmos

(PG)

9.30 Massive Speed (PG)

10.30 Sci Fi Science (PG)

11.30 MythBusters

(PG) NE

12.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

1.00 How It’s Made (PG)

1.30 Food Factory (PG)

2.30 Strip The Cosmos

(PG)

3.30 Man Vs Asteroid (PG)

4.30 What On Earth? (PG)

5.30 How It’s Made (PG)

6.00 How It’s Made (PG)

6.30 MythBusters (PG)

7.30 Food Factory (PG)

8.30 What On Earth?

(PG) NE

9.30 Dr Karl’s Outrageous

Acts Of Science

Dr Karl Kruszelnicki

uncovers the principles

behind some mindboggling

experiments,

extraordinary inventions

and jaw-dropping

scientific stunts. (PG)

10.30 How It’s Made (PG)

11.30 How Do They Do It?

(PG)

SECRET LIFE OF

THE WOMBAT

at 7.30pm on

615

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ENTERTAINMENT & DRAMA

101 +2 149

6.00 Without A Trace (cont.)

7.30 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation (MA 15+ v)

8.30 Law & Order

(M adsv)

9.30 The Mentalist

(M adv)

10.30 Bones (MA 15+ mv)

11.30 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation

(MA 15+ amv)

1.30 NCIS (MA 15+ m)

2.30 NCIS: Los Angeles (M)

3.30 Cold Case (M asv)

4.30 Without A Trace (M v)

5.30 The Mentalist

(M adv)

6.30 Hawaii Five-0

Pukana. (M av)

7.30 NCIS Sharif Returns.

(MA 15+ m)

8.30 NCIS: Los Angeles

Humbug. (M) NE

9.30 Bones The Secret

In The Siege.

(MA 15+ mv)

10.30 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation (MA 15+ v)

11.30 Hawaii Five-0

(M av)

12.30 Prisoner (M adv)

2.10 CSI: Crime Scene

Investigation

(MA 15+ amv)

3.50 Bones (MA 15+ mv)

4.40 Without A Trace (M v)

5.35 Cold Case (M asv)

103 +2 150

6.00 Pointless (cont.)

6.20 Absolutely Fabulous (M d)

6.55 QI (M als)

7.35 The Graham

Norton Show (M ls)

8.35 Coronation Street

(PG)

9.05 Hollyoaks (PG) NE

9.35 QI (M als)

10.10 Would I Lie To You? (PG)

10.50 Who Do You Think

You Are? (M a)

12.00 Death In Paradise

(M av)

1.00 Midsomer Murders

(M v)

3.00 Doc Martin (M a)

4.05 Scott & Bailey

(M avl)

5.05 Absolutely Fabulous (M d)

5.40 QI (M als)

6.15 Would I Lie To You?

(PG)

6.50 Emmerdale

(PG) NE

7.20 Coronation Street

(PG) NE

7.50 EastEnders

(PG) NE

8.30 New Tricks

The Curate’s Egg.

(M al)

9.35 Father Brown

The Truth In The Wine.

(M av)

10.35 Doc Martin (PG)

11.35 The Graham

Norton Show (M ls)

ALSO IN HD 105 +2 151 ALSO IN HD 108 +2 153 111 +2 154 ALSO IN HD 112 +2 155

6.00 The Real Housewives

Of Orange County (cont.)

6.15 Sex And The City

(MA 15+ ls)

6.45 Entertainment Tonight

(PG)

7.10 The Real Housewives

Of Toronto (M)

8.05 Wheel Of Fortune

(PG) NE

8.35 Celebrity Name Game

(PG)

9.05 The People’s Court

(PG)

10.00 Judge Judy (PG)

11.00 Shortland Street (PG) NE

11.30 Days Of Our Lives

(M adsv) NE

12.20 The Young And The

Restless (M adlsv) NE

2.00 Million Dollar Listing NY

(M)

3.00 Dance Moms (PG)

5.00 Dr Phil (M a)

6.00 Hot Bench (PG) NE

6.30 The People’s Court

(PG)

7.30 Judge Judy

(PG)

8.30 The Real Housewives

Of Potomac (M) NE

9.30 The Real

Housewives Of Toronto

(M)

10.30 Sex And The City

(MA 15+ ls)

11.00 Entertainment Tonight

(PG) NE

11.30 Judge Judy (PG)

6.00 Futurama (PG)

6.30 The Simpsons (PG)

7.00 American Dad!

(M asv)

7.30 The Simpsons (PG)

8.00 Family Guy

(MA 15+ as)

8.30 Futurama (PG)

9.00 Family Guy

(MA 15+ as)

9.30 The Simpsons (PG)

10.00 Top 20 Funniest (M al)

11.00 Modern Family (PG)

12.00 World’s Worst Near

Misses (MA 15+)

1.00 Highway Patrol (PG)

2.00 Baby Daddy (PG)

2.30 Superstore

3.30 Modern Family (PG)

4.30 America’s Funniest

Home Videos (PG) NE

5.00 Fail Army (M a)

5.30 The Simpsons (PG)

6.00 Bob’s Burgers

(PG)

6.30 Family Guy

(M adls)

7.00 American Dad! (M) NE

7.30 Family Guy

(M als)

8.00 The Simpsons

(PG) NE

8.30 Top 20 Funniest

(M al)

9.30 Reign (M) NE

10.30 Modern Family (PG)

11.30 Bob’s Burgers (PG)

11.55 The Simpsons (PG)

6.00 Cheers (PG)

7.00 Malcolm In The Middle

(PG)

8.00 The Nanny (PG)

9.00 Will & Grace (PG)

10.00 How I Met Your

Mother (PG)

11.00 Everybody Loves

Raymond (PG)

12.00 The Office (M s)

1.30 Seinfeld (PG)

3.00 Reba (PG)

3.30 The Nanny (PG)

4.30 Will & Grace (PG)

5.30 How I Met Your Mother

(PG)

6.00 How I Met Your

Mother (M s)

6.30 Everybody

Loves Raymond

The Christmas Picture/

What’s With Robert?

(PG)

7.30 Friends The One

Where Ross Got High/

The One With The

Routine. (PG)

8.30 The Office

The Sting/Costume

Contest. (M)

9.30 30 Rock

Aunt Phatso vs Jack

Donaghy/Mazel Tov,

Dummies! (M)

10.30 How I Met Your Mother

(PG)

11.30 Malcolm In The Middle

(PG)

6.00 Castle (M adv)

7.00 Law & Order: SVU

(MA 15+ adlmnsv)

8.00 Law & Order:

Criminal Intent (M dv)

9.00 Law & Order (M adv)

10.00 Chicago P.D.

(MA 15+ av)

11.00 Law & Order: SVU

(MA 15+ av)

1.00 Law & Order:

Criminal Intent (M dv)

2.00 Castle (M adv)

3.00 Law & Order: SVU

(MA 15+ av)

4.00 Brooklyn Nine-Nine

(M adlsv) NE

4.30 Law & Order (M adv)

5.30 Chicago P.D.

(MA 15+ av)

6.30 Castle (M adv)

7.30 Law & Order: SVU

Paranoia.

(MA 15+ adlmnsv)

8.30 Castle

Clear And Present Danger.

(M av) NE

9.30 Law & Order

Magnet. (M adv)

10.30 Law & Order: SVU

(MA 15+ av)

11.30 Law & Order:

Criminal Intent (M dv)

12.30 Castle (M adv)

1.30 Psych (M alsv)

2.30 Rookie Blue (M adsv)

3.30 Chicago P.D.

(MA 15+ av)

ENTERTAINMENT & DRAMA

ALSO IN HD 119 +2 161 121 +2 162 ALSO IN HD 122 +2 614 ALSO IN HD 123 +2 163 124 125

6.00 Human Target (cont.)

6.20 Sons Of Anarchy

(MA 15+ adlsv)

7.15 The Walking Dead

(MA 15+ ahv)

8.05 Hell On Wheels

(MA 15+ alv)

9.00 Criminal Minds

(MA 15+ av)

9.45 Hell On Wheels

(MA 15+ alv)

11.35 The Walking Dead

(MA 15+ ahv)

1.30 Human Target (M v)

2.30 Fear The Walking Dead

(MA 15+ ahv)

3.30 Person Of Interest

(M v)

4.30 Criminal Minds

(MA 15+ av)

5.30 Sons Of Anarchy

(MA 15+ adlsv)

6.30 Fear The Walking

Dead (MA 15+ ahv)

7.30 Fear The Walking

Dead (MA 15+ ahv) NE

8.30 Criminal Minds

The Boys Of Sudworth

Place/Persuasion.

(MA 15+ av)

10.30 Fear The Walking Dead

(MA 15+ ahv)

11.30 Burn Notice (M v)

12.15 The Walking Dead

(MA 15+ ahv)

1.15 Sons Of Anarchy

(MA 15+ adlsv)

2.05 Person Of Interest

(M v)

10.30 Just For Laughs (M s)

11.30 The Brink (MA 15+ s)

1.30 Almost Royal (M s)

2.00 The Middle (PG)

2.30 Wipeout (PG)

3.30 Silicon Valley

(MA 15+)

4.00 Whose Line Is It

Anyway? (PG)

4.55 Tosh.0 (MA 15+ as)

5.25 Russell Howard’s Good

News (MA 15+ ls)

6.00 Parks And

Recreation (PG)

7.00 The Big Bang Theory

(M as)

8.30 Billy On The Street

Immigrant Or Real

American? With Jon

Hamm! Billy and Jon

Hamm take to the

streets to find out if

anyone will have a

threesome with them.

(M)

9.00 Last Week Tonight

With John Oliver

(MA 15+) NE

9.40 SuperMansion Lex.

(MA 15+) NE

10.10 Rick And Morty

(M lsv)

10.40 Animals. (M adls)

11.10 Robot Chicken (M sv)

11.40 Trip Tank

(MA 15+ as)

6.00 Pawn Stars (PG)

8.00 Extreme Collectors (PG)

8.30 Storage Wars (PG)

9.00 Hardcore Pawn (M l)

9.30 American Pickers

(PG)

10.30 Storage Wars (PG)

11.30 Storage Wars

(PG)

12.00 Shipping Wars

(PG)

2.00 Hardcore Pawn

American Jewelry & Zoo/

Les Sells Out. (M l)

3.00 Highway Thru Hell

(PG)

4.00 American Chainsaw (PG)

4.30 Chainsaw Gang (M l)

5.00 Storage Wars (PG)

5.30 The Safecrackers

(PG)

6.00 Hardcore Pawn

(M al)

6.30 Pawn Stars (PG)

7.30 American Pickers

Risks And Rewards.

(PG) NE

8.30 Garage Gold (PG)

9.00 Beverly Hills Pawn

(PG)

9.30 Storage Wars

(PG)

10.00 Storage Wars:

Texas (PG)

10.30 American Pickers

(PG)

11.30 Pawn Stars (PG)

6.00 Doctor Who (PG)

7.00 Star Trek: The Next

Generation (PG)

8.00 Stargate SG-1 (M v)

9.00 Paranormal Witness

(M av)

10.00 Buffy The Vampire Slayer

(M)

11.00 Star Trek: Voyager

(PG)

12.00 Star Trek: The Next

Generation (PG)

1.00 Stargate SG-1 (M v)

2.00 Red Dwarf (PG)

2.30 Paranormal Witness (M av)

3.30 Eureka (M ls)

4.30 Star Trek: The Next

Generation (PG)

5.30 Star Trek: Voyager

(PG)

6.30 Buffy The Vampire

Slayer Phases. (M)

7.30 Stargate SG-1

(M v)

8.30 Dark Matter (MA 15+)

9.40 Star Trek: Voyager

Repentance. (M av)

10.40 Star Trek: The Next

Generation (PG)

11.40 Buffy The Vampire Slayer

(M)

12.40 Z Nation

(MA 15+ hv)

1.30 Eureka (M ls)

2.30 Star Trek: The Next

Generation (PG)

3.30 Paranormal Witness (M av)

4.30 Alphas (M alsv)

5.30 Red Dwarf (PG)

6.00 I Used To Be Fat (M)

6.55 Catfish: The TV Show (M)

7.50 Ex On The Beach

(MA 15+)

8.45 Teen Mom OG (M)

2.15 Ex On The Beach

(MA 15+)

3.00 Teen Mom 2 (M l)

3.45 Ridiculousness (M)

4.10 Vidiots (MA 15+)

4.30 Geordie Shore (MA 15+)

5.25 Ex On The Beach

(MA 15+)

6.20 Ridiculousness

* Andy Bell.

* Larry King.

* Quinton Rampage

Jackson. (M)