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Friday, 18 April 2014
00:00 7.30
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program led by Sarah Ferguson, one of Australia's most respected journalists.
00:30 Food Safari s4
Journey into the world of Danish food with Food Safari - from the land of forests and fairytales, snow and schnapps here's a cuisine crafted for the cold, some dishes dating back to the days of the Vikings, others like the open sandwich smørrebrød are modern and elegant - and the pastries are divine!
01:00 Gourmet Farmer s1
Matthew now grows and makes most of what he needs....except for bread. He has sourced Tasmanian milled flour and locally grown olive oil, and catches up with an artisan sourdough bread maker for tips. On an outdoor wood fire, they test making bread using local flour and imported flour. He discovers that Tasmanian flour is low in gluten, and better for making cakes. He tracks down a veteran winner of cake prizes to get some tips. His next visit is to the empire of cake, the Country Women's Association, to test whether his cake, made completely from local ingredients, stands up against those of renowned cake makers.
01:30 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani examines two of the biggest displays of democracy in the world - the Indian and Indonesian elections.
02:00 Four Corners
How does a mortgage broker, whose work has prompted multiple complaints and is the subject of ongoing police investigation, continue to operate? Linton Besser reports on Australia's shadowy world of unregulated lending.
03:00 Foreign Correspondent
Foreign Correspondent investigates India's booming international surrogacy industry by following Australian couples hoping to start or build their families by paying Indian women to bear them a child.
03:30 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
04:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
05:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
07:00 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
07:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
08:00 Lateline
08:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:33 The Wiggles
Get Ready to Wiggle today on Network Wiggles! In Wiggle news Dorothy the Dinosaur visited a wildlife park that was full of Australian animals like kangaroos, wombats and wallabies!
08:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
09:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
09:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
09:30 Play School - Stomping With Dinosaurs
During this week day series, we explore the theme of dinosaurs. Presenters Alex, Leah, Simon and Rachael will enthral preschoolers with stories, songs and craft projects inspired by dinosaurs.
09:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
10:00 Rush TV
Mitch and Hannah head to Bondi Bowl-a-rama, where we see up-and-coming Brazilian skater Pedro Barros take on legendary skaters like Bob Burnquist and Bucky Lasek in one of the world's premier bowl comps.
10:30 Crash Zone s1
Leo Moore arrives at Catalyst with a game he's invented and Alex is very keen to put money into it. Mike smells a rat, and not just because Leo seems to be attracted to Pi. When Mike realises Leo's stolen the game, he combines with Pi to save Alex from embarrassment. Brought closer together, Mike and Pi are drawn into a kiss that surprises them both.
11:00 English Bites
11:10 Living English
Sarah offers to help Anne.
11:20 Study English
11:30 Big Break
Coxy and Steve Oemcke join the annual "Variety Bash", a car rally staged by the showbiz children's charity "Variety." This year the rally teams are zigzagging through northern Queensland raising money for under privileged kids.
12:00 News
News from Australia, India, Asia and Pacific.
12:30 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani examines two of the biggest displays of democracy in the world - the Indian and Indonesian elections.
13:00 City Homicide s4
Allie and Rhys investigate the brutal murder of a charity worker in line to inherit several million dollars. Was his death an extortion attempt gone wrong, a jilted lover, or something from his secret past? After a minor traffic incident, Stanley makes a risky move to protect his daughter.
14:00 English Bites
14:10 Living English
Sarah offers to help Anne.
14:20 Study English
14:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:33 The Wiggles
Get Ready to Wiggle today on Network Wiggles! In Wiggle news Dorothy the Dinosaur visited a wildlife park that was full of Australian animals like kangaroos, wombats and wallabies!
14:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
15:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
15:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
15:30 Play School - Stomping With Dinosaurs
During this week day series, we explore the theme of dinosaurs. Presenters Alex, Leah, Simon and Rachael will enthral preschoolers with stories, songs and craft projects inspired by dinosaurs.
15:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
16:00 Rush TV
Mitch and Hannah head to Bondi Bowl-a-rama, where we see up-and-coming Brazilian skater Pedro Barros take on legendary skaters like Bob Burnquist and Bucky Lasek in one of the world's premier bowl comps.
16:30 Crash Zone s1
Leo Moore arrives at Catalyst with a game he's invented and Alex is very keen to put money into it. Mike smells a rat, and not just because Leo seems to be attracted to Pi. When Mike realises Leo's stolen the game, he combines with Pi to save Alex from embarrassment. Brought closer together, Mike and Pi are drawn into a kiss that surprises them both.
17:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
17:30 State To State
The most important regional stories from the Australian state bureaus reported by flagship current affairs program 7.30.
18:00 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani examines two of the biggest displays of democracy in the world - the Indian and Indonesian elections.
18:30 Poh's Kitchen Lends a Hand
In Australia, over 100,000 people sleep rough every night and Poh is about to meet and cook for the homeless in her hometown. Each night on the streets of Adelaide, Fred's Van and a group of volunteers feed the homeless and those down on their luck.
19:00 Gruen Planet
What does Joan Collins, Sarah Jessica Parker, Dame Nellie Melba, Carson Kressley, Jean Shrimpton and Snoop Dog all have in common? They've all have been on the celebrity guest list at Flemington. How much do companies pay for their attendance? What are the responsibilities of a good tent guest? And the question of everyone's lips, will Leo, Shane and Liz turn up this season? Each week, host Wil Anderson will be joined by regulars Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, along with some of Australia's smartest communications experts. They will take us inside the persuasion business and explain why the world appears, not as it really is, but as others want us to see it. Why everything is spin, branding, advertising and image control.
19:30 Rare Earths - Hightech's Dark Side
For thousands of years, they lay dormant in the soil until suddenly, rare earth metals became the driving force behind a technical revolution. Smart phones, laptops, touch screens, wind turbines, hybrid vehicles: they all need rare earths. Among the first to recognize this were the Chinese and today China mines an incredible 97% of all rare earth minerals extracted worldwide. Follow researchers as they drill for new deposits and see how they try and find new, more environmentally friendly ways of processing the materials.
20:30 The World - News and Business
Zoe Daniel and Jim Middleton bring you a complete snapshot of the day's international news and current affairs, with reports from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's network of international correspondents, plus insights from special guests.
21:00 One Plus One
Outspoken anti-nuclear campaigner, Dr Helen Caldicott, abandoned a promising medical career to fight the threats of nuclear power and weapons. Now in her 70s, Dr Caldicott fears she may be fighting a losing battle.
21:30 Rake s2
A piercing scream splits the dawn silence of a leafy, suburban arcadia and Cleaver and Barney are soon defending an IT lecturer accused of severing his neighbour's penis with garden shears after an escalating dispute over a child's birthday party. Cleaver and Barney wade into the unfamiliar swamp of Rotarians, golf and backyard barbecues to uncover the truth behind the 'bobbitting'. However, their biggest obstacle may be a conservative judge determined that this trial will not be allowed to lower the tone of his courtroom.
22:30 Inside Edge
Inside Edge is a weekly interview show for ABC News 24. Presented by Angela Pulvirenti, the program features face-to-face interviews with Australian sporting icons, looking back on their experiences both on and off the field.
22:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
23:00 The World This Week
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
23:30 Poh's Kitchen Lends a Hand
In Australia, over 100,000 people sleep rough every night and Poh is about to meet and cook for the homeless in her hometown. Each night on the streets of Adelaide, Fred's Van and a group of volunteers feed the homeless and those down on their luck.
Saturday, 19 April 2014
00:00 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani examines two of the biggest displays of democracy in the world - the Indian and Indonesian elections.
00:30 Gruen Planet
What does Joan Collins, Sarah Jessica Parker, Dame Nellie Melba, Carson Kressley, Jean Shrimpton and Snoop Dog all have in common? They've all have been on the celebrity guest list at Flemington. How much do companies pay for their attendance? What are the responsibilities of a good tent guest? And the question of everyone's lips, will Leo, Shane and Liz turn up this season? Each week, host Wil Anderson will be joined by regulars Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, along with some of Australia's smartest communications experts. They will take us inside the persuasion business and explain why the world appears, not as it really is, but as others want us to see it. Why everything is spin, branding, advertising and image control.
01:00 Rare Earths - Hightech's Dark Side
For thousands of years, they lay dormant in the soil until suddenly, rare earth metals became the driving force behind a technical revolution. Smart phones, laptops, touch screens, wind turbines, hybrid vehicles: they all need rare earths. Among the first to recognize this were the Chinese and today China mines an incredible 97% of all rare earth minerals extracted worldwide. Follow researchers as they drill for new deposits and see how they try and find new, more environmentally friendly ways of processing the materials.
02:00 Rake s2
A piercing scream splits the dawn silence of a leafy, suburban arcadia and Cleaver and Barney are soon defending an IT lecturer accused of severing his neighbour's penis with garden shears after an escalating dispute over a child's birthday party. Cleaver and Barney wade into the unfamiliar swamp of Rotarians, golf and backyard barbecues to uncover the truth behind the 'bobbitting'. However, their biggest obstacle may be a conservative judge determined that this trial will not be allowed to lower the tone of his courtroom.
03:00 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review long awaited The Elder Scrolls Online MMORPG and two-part DLC BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea plus Goose visits the Call of Duty ANZ Regional Finals.
03:30 The Straits
A PNG Raskol dies when Noel's failed meth lab explodes. Intent on revenge, the dead Raskol's brother goes to the family's home on Zey Island. Rattled, Gary flees to Cairns. Harry, Marou and Noel go to PNG to square things with the Raskols and Quay Lin, the expat Chinese trader who works with them. Sissi, under the terms of Harry's succession plan, starts work with the family's accountant Paddy, one of Harry's oldest friends. In the process, she stumbles on evidence that all is not above board with Paddy. Marou's wife Lola believes that Marou, not Noel, should lead the business. She puts in place a plan to secure Marou as future head of the business.
04:30 Catalyst
At Catalyst we know that science is a dynamic force for change. Each week Catalyst brings you stories from Australia and around the world. Our passion to meet scientists at the forefront of discovery is matched by our fascination with science breakthroughs however big or small. Science changes all our lives. For better or worse, we are committed to showing you what our future holds.
05:00 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
05:30 Foreign Correspondent
Foreign Correspondent investigates India's booming international surrogacy industry by following Australian couples hoping to start or build their families by paying Indian women to bear them a child.
06:00 Weekend Breakfast
ABC News 24 weekend breakfast, hosted by Andrew Geoghegan and Miriam Corowa, rounds up the latest news, current affairs and sport as it breaks.
08:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:35 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
08:55 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:00 The Amazing House s2
Puppets Fi-Be and Benji welcome you to The Amazing House , where exciting things are always happening. Through a magical mixture of fun and adventure, children are taken on a journey exploring words that start with a particular letter sound.
09:25 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:30 What Do You Know?
Hosted by Ben Crawley, contestants aged between 12-15 years are placed in two teams of three to battle it out during four rounds of general knowledge questions in the hope of winning the What Do You Know? trophy.
10:00 English Bites
10:10 Living English
Sarah offers to help Anne.
10:20 Study English
10:30 Landline
On ABC's rural affairs program this week a new super food which increases the growth rates of prawns by 40 percent plus commodities analysis and more stories which reflect life on the land.
11:30 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
14:30 Cosmo Times
Keeping audiences up with the times of the world's trendiest cosmopolitan cities, including Shanghai, New York, Tokyo and London; Cosmo Times aims to reveal some of the innate cultural differences that make these cities unique.
15:15 The Health Quarter
The ABC's medical reporter Sophie Scott takes a look at the latest issues in health and wellbeing.
15:30 Poh's Kitchen Lends a Hand
In Australia, over 100,000 people sleep rough every night and Poh is about to meet and cook for the homeless in her hometown. Each night on the streets of Adelaide, Fred's Van and a group of volunteers feed the homeless and those down on their luck.
16:00 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani examines two of the biggest displays of democracy in the world - the Indian and Indonesian elections.
16:30 Football Asia
Football Asia features the total coverage of AFC related events such as FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (AFC), AFC Champions League, AFC Cup, Asian Cup and Asian Cup Qualifiers ; updates on various Leagues like, J-League, K-League, A-League and Chinese Super League; and features interviews and specials on football stars, teams etc.
17:00 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
17:30 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
20:30 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
21:00 The World This Week
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
21:30 Insight
What's it like to grow up with another you? To share, not only your face - but maybe also your thoughts, your dreams and even your pain? This week on Insight a group of twins, 22 identical pairs, get together to let us in on the secret.
22:30 Rain Shadow
Achmed Aziz, an Iraqi agronomist, arrives on a study tour and Kate fears he will submit a report on the condition of the local sheep.
23:30 The Story of India
This episode is set during the time of the Renaissance in Europe, when India was the richest, most populous civilization in the world. Wood visits the desert cities of Rajasthan and travels among the fabulous Moghul cities of Delhi, Agra and Fatepur Sikri. At the Taj Mahal (just voted one of the new Seven Wonders of the World by 100 million voters worldwide), he demolishes an old myth about the Taj and offers a startling new theory about its construction.
Sunday, 20 April 2014
00:30 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review long awaited The Elder Scrolls Online MMORPG and two-part DLC BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea plus Goose visits the Call of Duty ANZ Regional Finals.
01:00 High Low
In Hong Kong and Macau four gamblers take us on a journey into the world of winners and losers created by a culture of speculation, addiction and debt. Gambling has long been part of Chinese life, but, with a society increasingly divided by rich and poor, an obsession with winning easy money has intensified, with more and more people pinning their hopes on games of luck and fortune. Through personal stories High/Low reveals an emotional search for belief and identity in money-centric modern China.
02:00 Rain Shadow
Achmed Aziz, an Iraqi agronomist, arrives on a study tour and Kate fears he will submit a report on the condition of the local sheep.
03:00 Home and Away s25
Natalie questions whether she should leave the Bay and find her mother. Holly shows up at Zac and Leah's, clearly out for revenge.
03:24 Home and Away s25
Zac is angry that he has to once again clear his name. Meanwhile, Tamara faces a tough decision when her parents arrive in the Bay.
03:48 Home and Away s25
Tamara decides to leave Summer Bay with her parents. And Rosie's going away party gets awkward when Maddy arrives.
04:12 Home and Away s25
Maddy warns Sasha that Spencer will never sleep with her and John looks for ways to escape his mounting debt.
04:30 Bench to Bedside
When 10-year-old Dakota, a rescue dog, is diagnosed with brain cancer his owner, Dee Mueller, is devastated. Determined to keep Dakota alive, Dee brings Dakota to Dr. John Ohlfest and Dr. Elizabeth Pluhar who have formed a scientist-veterinary team and set out on a mission to cure the deadliest forms of brain cancer that are killing both people and companion pets, like Dakota.
05:00 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
05:30 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani examines two of the biggest displays of democracy in the world - the Indian and Indonesian elections.
06:00 Good Game SP
Join passionate gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest and greatest gaming news and events, top gaming tips, reviews and more.
06:30 rage: New Releases
Two hours of the best new release music loved by Australians programmed by rage, each Sunday morning.
08:30 The World This Week
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
09:00 Q&A
Host Tony Jones is joined by Marise Payne, Minister for Human Services; Penny Wong, Opposition Leader in the Senate and Michelle Garnaut - Chef and restaurateur.
10:00 Inside Edge
Inside Edge is a weekly interview show for ABC News 24. Presented by Angela Pulvirenti, the program features face-to-face interviews with Australian sporting icons, looking back on their experiences both on and off the field.
10:30 Financial Review Sunday
Expert insights of Australia's leading business, finance and investment commentators from The Australian Financial Review, hosted by Deborah Knight.
11:00 Insight
What's it like to grow up with another you? To share, not only your face - but maybe also your thoughts, your dreams and even your pain? This week on Insight a group of twins, 22 identical pairs, get together to let us in on the secret.
12:00 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
12:30 The Technology Quarter
Jake Sturmer explores the latest developments in the world of technology.
13:00 Love Patrol s5
13:30 Love Patrol s5
14:00 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
14:30 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
17:30 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
18:00 Who Do You Think You Are? s4
Actress Melissa George uncovers the heartbreaking truth behind a story of child migrants and investigates the case of an ancestor suspected of abusing a prisoner in a colonial gaol.
19:00 Sunday Lights: Jennifer Byrne Presents: Di Morrissey
This special is a salute to one of Australia's publishing icons. Marking the 20th anniversary of her very first publication, the one and only Di Morrissey catches up with Australian journalist, publisher and literary enthusiast Jennifer Byrne.
19:30 Sunday Lights: Talking Heads: Michael Gudinski
Aussie music legend Michael Gudinski, talks about his extraordinary career in Sunday Lights Talking Heads today.
20:00 The 100+ Club
With not a lot of time on their side, three sprightly Aussie centenarians are still in hot pursuit of some big dreams. They may have all been late starters, but they are certainly strong finishers.
20:30 News
The latest news, breaking news and live coverage of events as they happen from Australia's largest broadcast news network. Comprehensive coverage, original reporting, interviews and analysis of the news in Australia and from around the world.
21:00 Packed to the Rafters s5
As torrential rain and bad luck descends, Jake muses it never rains but it pours. Jake, Julie and Dave are dealing with the consequences of Coby's attack on Duncan. Torn between anger and her own feelings of guilt, Frankie goes to see Coby but he refuses to see her. He doesn't want to see anyone: the Rafters in particular.
21:45 Offspring s4
Nina's best intentions with the Reid family cause several rifts in both the Reid and Proudman families. Billie struggles to work under a new boss as Mick tries to shield her from a damaging magazine article.
22:30 Bench to Bedside
When 10-year-old Dakota, a rescue dog, is diagnosed with brain cancer his owner, Dee Mueller, is devastated. Determined to keep Dakota alive, Dee brings Dakota to Dr. John Ohlfest and Dr. Elizabeth Pluhar who have formed a scientist-veterinary team and set out on a mission to cure the deadliest forms of brain cancer that are killing both people and companion pets, like Dakota.
23:00 Sunday Lights: Jennifer Byrne Presents: Di Morrissey
This special is a salute to one of Australia's publishing icons. Marking the 20th anniversary of her very first publication, the one and only Di Morrissey catches up with Australian journalist, publisher and literary enthusiast Jennifer Byrne.
23:30 Sunday Lights: Talking Heads: Michael Gudinski
Aussie music legend Michael Gudinski, talks about his extraordinary career in Sunday Lights Talking Heads today.
Monday, 21 April 2014
00:00 The 100+ Club
With not a lot of time on their side, three sprightly Aussie centenarians are still in hot pursuit of some big dreams. They may have all been late starters, but they are certainly strong finishers.
00:30 Who Do You Think You Are? s4
Actress Melissa George uncovers the heartbreaking truth behind a story of child migrants and investigates the case of an ancestor suspected of abusing a prisoner in a colonial gaol.
01:30 Packed to the Rafters s5
As torrential rain and bad luck descends, Jake muses it never rains but it pours. Jake, Julie and Dave are dealing with the consequences of Coby's attack on Duncan. Torn between anger and her own feelings of guilt, Frankie goes to see Coby but he refuses to see her. He doesn't want to see anyone: the Rafters in particular.
02:15 Offspring s4
Nina's best intentions with the Reid family cause several rifts in both the Reid and Proudman families. Billie struggles to work under a new boss as Mick tries to shield her from a damaging magazine article.
03:00 Football Asia
Football Asia features the total coverage of AFC related events such as FIFA World Cup Qualifiers (AFC), AFC Champions League, AFC Cup, Asian Cup and Asian Cup Qualifiers ; updates on various Leagues like, J-League, K-League, A-League and Chinese Super League; and features interviews and specials on football stars, teams etc.
03:30 One Plus One
Outspoken anti-nuclear campaigner, Dr Helen Caldicott, abandoned a promising medical career to fight the threats of nuclear power and weapons. Now in her 70s, Dr Caldicott fears she may be fighting a losing battle.
04:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
05:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
07:00 Business Today
Business news from Australia and Asia hosted by Whitney Fitzsimmons
07:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
08:00 Financial Review Sunday
Expert insights of Australia's leading business, finance and investment commentators from The Australian Financial Review, hosted by Deborah Knight.
08:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:33 The Wiggles
Today on Network Wiggles, The Wiggles are singing Balla Balla Bambina!
08:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
09:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
09:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
09:30 Play School - In The Wild
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
09:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
10:00 Good Game SP
Join passionate gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest and greatest gaming news and events, top gaming tips, reviews and more.
10:30 Blue Water High s1
Fly is having strangely romantic dreams about Heath. Anna organises a surprise surfing/ birthday trip for her but a comedy of errors forces her to own up to her feelings.
11:00 English Bites
11:10 Living English
Anne and Sarah plan a meeting.
11:20 Study English
11:30 Catalyst
Some doctors contend that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is triggered by an infection, which could be cured with antibiotics. Mark Horstman visits a family generating enough electricity from gas at home to feed the grid. What drives a dog to spontaneously start singing along to music?
12:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
13:00 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
16:00 Good Game SP
Join passionate gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest and greatest gaming news and events, top gaming tips, reviews and more.
16:30 Blue Water High s1
Fly is having strangely romantic dreams about Heath. Anna organises a surprise surfing/ birthday trip for her but a comedy of errors forces her to own up to her feelings.
17:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
17:30 Grandstand
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
18:00 Tonic
Dr Norman Swan and his team bust myths and involve you in the reality of staying healthy and well. Find out how depression affects men, is fake tan really safe, and the food fix that can cure the blues.
18:30 News Update
18:31 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
19:00 Great Southern Land
The story of how we live where we live in the world's largest island nation... Australia. From ultra lights, water planes and hang-gliders, Prof. Steve Simpson gains a unique view on Australia's sprawling lives and what it takes to make them work.
20:00 Building Australia
This episode investigates the style of probably the most romantic form of Australian house. As we learn from Palladian Camden Park, the initial impulse was to build 'country homes' that replicated the fashions and the assertions of a class system that were derived from England. But, as we see at Lanyon Homestead, it was not long before the design principles of the Australian homestead started to emerge.
20:30 The World - News and Business
Zoe Daniel and Jim Middleton bring you a complete snapshot of the day's international news and current affairs, with reports from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's network of international correspondents, plus insights from special guests.
21:30 Q&A
Host Tony Jones is joined by Bob Carr, Former Foreign Minister; Kerry Chikarovski, Former State Liberal leader; Eva Cox, Author & social analyst, Brendan O'Neill, British Editor, Spiked Online and Nigel Kennedy, British Violin Virtuoso.
22:30 Grandstand
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
22:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
23:00 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
23:30 Tonic
Dr Norman Swan and his team bust myths and involve you in the reality of staying healthy and well. Find out how depression affects men, is fake tan really safe, and the food fix that can cure the blues.
Tuesday, 22 April 2014
00:00 7.30
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program led by Sarah Ferguson, one of Australia's most respected journalists.
00:30 Great Southern Land
The story of how we live where we live in the world's largest island nation... Australia. From ultra lights, water planes and hang-gliders, Prof. Steve Simpson gains a unique view on Australia's sprawling lives and what it takes to make them work.
01:30 Building Australia
This episode investigates the style of probably the most romantic form of Australian house. As we learn from Palladian Camden Park, the initial impulse was to build 'country homes' that replicated the fashions and the assertions of a class system that were derived from England. But, as we see at Lanyon Homestead, it was not long before the design principles of the Australian homestead started to emerge.
02:00 Q&A
Host Tony Jones is joined by Bob Carr, Former Foreign Minister; Kerry Chikarovski, Former State Liberal leader; Eva Cox, Author & social analyst, Brendan O'Neill, British Editor, Spiked Online and Nigel Kennedy, British Violin Virtuoso.
03:00 Tonic
Dr Norman Swan and his team bust myths and involve you in the reality of staying healthy and well. Find out how depression affects men, is fake tan really safe, and the food fix that can cure the blues.
03:30 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
04:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
05:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
07:00 Business Today
Business news from Australia and Asia hosted by Whitney Fitzsimmons
07:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
08:00 Lateline
08:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:33 The Wiggles
It's all fun and games here on Network Wiggles today! Can You Point Your Fingers and do the Twist? Dorothy and some friends went for a bush walk, while Anthony's painting paper roll holders in his workshop.
08:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
09:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
09:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
09:30 Play School - In The Wild
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
09:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
10:00 What Do You Know?
Hosted by Ben Crawley, contestants aged between 12-15 years are placed in two teams of three to battle it out during four rounds of general knowledge questions in the hope of winning the What Do You Know? trophy.
10:30 a gURLs wURLd
Emma's lateness with a school assignment leads to many more problems than she bargained for.
11:00 English Bites
11:10 Living English
Steve makes a date with Anne.
11:20 Study English
11:30 Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey
With her interest in Buddhism piqued, and her love of yoga firmly entrenched, Judith travels to India to immerse herself in the birthplace of both of those things. She discovers that religion and spirituality in India are like the Kardashian family in the West - you just can't avoid them.
12:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
13:00 Rush s4
On Rush - As the bomb squad work to defuse a bomb threatening the heart of Melbourne, Lawson, Shannon and Christian are tasked to fly to Fiji to extradite South Korean national Kenta Tomi back to Australia. Leader of the Shining Cloud doomsday cult, Tomi is also the only man who knows how to defuse the bomb. But when he doesn't willingly hand over the code, Lawson may need to take desperate measures to get it from him.
14:00 Home and Away s25
Sally Fletcher returns to Summer Bay, but not everyone is happy to see her. And Zac's troubles with Holly escalate.
14:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:33 The Wiggles
It's all fun and games here on Network Wiggles today! Can You Point Your Fingers and do the Twist? Dorothy and some friends went for a bush walk, while Anthony's painting paper roll holders in his workshop.
14:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
15:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
15:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
15:30 Play School - In The Wild
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
15:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
16:00 What Do You Know?
Hosted by Ben Crawley, contestants aged between 12-15 years are placed in two teams of three to battle it out during four rounds of general knowledge questions in the hope of winning the What Do You Know? trophy.
16:30 a gURLs wURLd
Emma's lateness with a school assignment leads to many more problems than she bargained for.
17:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
17:30 Grandstand
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
18:00 The Recruits: Paramedics
A man collapses in a doctor's office from cardiac arrest. Minutes later a team of paramedics, including trainee paramedic Evan, are at the scene trying to get the man's heart to beat. If Evan is to qualify as a fully-fledged paramedic, he must perform.
18:30 News Update
18:31 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
19:00 Making Couples Happy
Making Couples Happy proves that science can make relationships happy in just two months.
20:00 Court Up North
Part two of a two-part special investigating how justice is delivered to some of the most remote communities in Australia.
20:30 The World - News and Business
Zoe Daniel and Jim Middleton bring you a complete snapshot of the day's international news and current affairs, with reports from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's network of international correspondents, plus insights from special guests.
21:30 The Doctor Blake Mysteries s1
The suicide of Ballarat Hospital's first female doctor shocks the community. Dr Lucien Blake suspects foul play and sets out to find the murderer amongst the staff and board of the hospital.
22:30 A-League Highlights 2013/14
Comprehensive highlights and a recap of every goal from the Elimination Finals round with expert analysis of the key plays and deciding moments in the two clashes, including Goal of the Round and Save of the Week.
22:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
23:00 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
23:30 AFL Highlights 2014
This program features highlights from the action packed previous week of the Australian Football League.
Wednesday, 23 April 2014
00:30 Making Couples Happy
Making Couples Happy proves that science can make relationships happy in just two months.
01:30 Court Up North
Part two of a two-part special investigating how justice is delivered to some of the most remote communities in Australia.
02:00 The Doctor Blake Mysteries s1
The suicide of Ballarat Hospital's first female doctor shocks the community. Dr Lucien Blake suspects foul play and sets out to find the murderer amongst the staff and board of the hospital.
03:00 The Recruits: Paramedics
A man collapses in a doctor's office from cardiac arrest. Minutes later a team of paramedics, including trainee paramedic Evan, are at the scene trying to get the man's heart to beat. If Evan is to qualify as a fully-fledged paramedic, he must perform.
03:30 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
04:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
05:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
07:00 Business Today
Business news from Australia and Asia hosted by Whitney Fitzsimmons
07:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
08:00 Lateline
08:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:33 The Wiggles
Today on Network Wiggles we're doing a Monkey Dance! Greg is doing some directing and Captain Feathersword is using his magic buttons to make bird sounds!
08:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
09:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
09:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
09:30 Play School - In The Wild
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
09:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
10:00 Scope
Cities: Get caught up in the hustle and bustle of city life as we uncover the science found in the bright lights and sky scrapers of our big cities! Make sure you don't get stuck in traffic and join Dr Rob as he brings cities under the SCOPE!
10:30 The Amazing Extraordinary Friends s1
In the series' thrilling conclusion The Amazing Extraordinary Friends are faced with their biggest challenge yet. A dark figure, The Wraith (Andrew Robertt) fuelled by revenge plans to clean up the city with his own kind of justice. Ben Wilson (Carl Dixon) stripped of his powers must save Vicki Van Horton (Hannah Marshall) from the hands of this shadowy character. The question on everybody lips is, who is this hero that has strayed from the code? It appears The Green Termite (David McPhail) knows more than he is letting on.
11:00 English Bites
11:10 Living English
Anne and Steve go to a Wildlife Park.
11:20 Study English
11:30 Kitchen Cabinet
Liberal MP Sussan Ley flies her own plane to a Broken Hill shearer's shed to show Annabel how to cook a classic country roast, which they share with Australia's self-proclaimed 'most disgraced senator' Bill Heffernan.
12:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
12:30 One Plus One
This weekly interview program is hosted by Jane Hutcheon with contributors from around the world. One Plus One talks to news-makers and news-breakers for the stories behind the news.
13:00 Packed to the Rafters s3
On tonight's episode, Ben explores bubbles as a metaphor for the fragility of love and life. Having got the all clear for his "swimmers" last week, his desire to have a baby with Melissa is even stronger - as is his love and passion for her.
14:00 Home and Away s25
Bianca races against time to reach Holly and Zac. And Roo wonders if Sally is hiding a secret.
14:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:33 The Wiggles
Today on Network Wiggles we're doing a Monkey Dance! Greg is doing some directing and Captain Feathersword is using his magic buttons to make bird sounds!
14:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
15:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
15:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
15:30 Play School - In The Wild
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
15:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
16:00 Scope
Cities: Get caught up in the hustle and bustle of city life as we uncover the science found in the bright lights and sky scrapers of our big cities! Make sure you don't get stuck in traffic and join Dr Rob as he brings cities under the SCOPE!
16:30 The Amazing Extraordinary Friends s1
In the series' thrilling conclusion The Amazing Extraordinary Friends are faced with their biggest challenge yet. A dark figure, The Wraith (Andrew Robertt) fuelled by revenge plans to clean up the city with his own kind of justice. Ben Wilson (Carl Dixon) stripped of his powers must save Vicki Van Horton (Hannah Marshall) from the hands of this shadowy character. The question on everybody lips is, who is this hero that has strayed from the code? It appears The Green Termite (David McPhail) knows more than he is letting on.
17:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
17:30 Grandstand
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
18:00 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review the third-person perspective game Goat Simulator and long anticipated strategy game Age of Wonders III plus the latest gaming news and events on the program by gamers for gamers.
18:30 News Update
18:31 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
19:00 Insight
Be honest: do fibs sometimes escape your lips? Have you ever embellished a resume, or made an excuse for not meeting a deadline? Studies have found that people tell lies anywhere between six to 20 times a day. Join Insight for a scientific, psychological and philosophical journey into the tangled webs we weave when first we practice to deceive.
20:00 Next Stop Hollywood
Sunday Lights presents Next Stop Hollywood - It's the final week of pilot season for the cast and this coincides with Hollywood's night-of-nights - the Oscars.
20:30 The World - News and Business
Zoe Daniel and Jim Middleton bring you a complete snapshot of the day's international news and current affairs, with reports from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's network of international correspondents, plus insights from special guests.
21:30 Redfern Now s2
Aaron Davis's career in the force is on hold since an Aboriginal teenager died in police custody on his shift, but his life changes when he begins a relationship with a neighbour. CAST: Wayne Blair Lisa Flanagan.
22:30 Grandstand
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
22:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
23:00 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
23:30 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review the third-person perspective game Goat Simulator and long anticipated strategy game Age of Wonders III plus the latest gaming news and events on the program by gamers for gamers.
Thursday, 24 April 2014
00:00 7.30
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program led by Sarah Ferguson, one of Australia's most respected journalists.
00:30 Insight
Be honest: do fibs sometimes escape your lips? Have you ever embellished a resume, or made an excuse for not meeting a deadline? Studies have found that people tell lies anywhere between six to 20 times a day. Join Insight for a scientific, psychological and philosophical journey into the tangled webs we weave when first we practice to deceive.
01:30 Next Stop Hollywood
Sunday Lights presents Next Stop Hollywood - It's the final week of pilot season for the cast and this coincides with Hollywood's night-of-nights - the Oscars.
02:00 Redfern Now s2
Aaron Davis's career in the force is on hold since an Aboriginal teenager died in police custody on his shift, but his life changes when he begins a relationship with a neighbour. CAST: Wayne Blair Lisa Flanagan.
03:00 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review the third-person perspective game Goat Simulator and long anticipated strategy game Age of Wonders III plus the latest gaming news and events on the program by gamers for gamers.
03:30 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
04:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
05:00 ABC News Breakfast
Start the day with quality news and analysis on ABC News Breakfast hosted by Michael Rowland, Virginia Trioli and Beverley O'Connor. Paul Kennedy brings you the latest from the sporting world and Vanessa O'Hanlon provides comprehensive coverage of the weather.
07:00 Business Today
Business news from Australia and Asia hosted by Whitney Fitzsimmons
07:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
08:00 Lateline
08:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:33 The Wiggles
It's a game of dress-ups for The Wiggles, and they're dressing in style!
08:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
09:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
09:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
09:30 Play School - In The Wild
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
09:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
10:00 My Australia
In this episode, Ken from Indonesia goes to a Quiz Night, Akki from Japan snorkels on the Great Barrier Reef, and Saj from Sri Lanka has a go at ballroom dancing.
10:30 Maddigan's Quest
Birdboys attack the Fantasia. But when the precious solar converter is also discovered missing, Garland and Timon believe the real traitor is within the Fantasia.
11:00 English Bites
11:10 Living English
Steve and Anne explore the park.
11:20 Study English
11:30 The Gruen Transfer
The Gruen Transfer is hosted by the inimitable Wil Anderson, who picks apart the seams of advertising with the extraordinary Russel Howcroft and Todd Sampson, ably supported by our rotating panel of Dan Gregory, Dee Madigan, Jeremy Nicholas, Bridget Taylor, Jane Caro, Rowan Dean and Carolyn Miller.
12:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
13:00 Packed to the Rafters s3
On tonight's episode, Julie and the rest of the Rafter family watch helplessly as Ben struggles to accept the fact that Melissa is gone. A few days after the tragedy finds Ben still wearing the same clothes, unable to eat or sleep. He spends most of his time lying on his bed, staring at the ceiling. Julie wishes desperately there was something she could do to ease her son's immense pain. Worried he's not coping, Julie's keen to play a more pro-active role and encourage Ben to at least have a shower and something to eat. But Dave believes Ben should be left to handle things at his own pace.
14:00 Home and Away s25
Jett's concern over VJ's welfare brings the boys closer. Tamara and Kyle are pushed to breaking point by a disconsolate Casey.
14:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:33 The Wiggles
It's a game of dress-ups for The Wiggles, and they're dressing in style!
14:55 Five Minutes More
The gentle tale of five best friends - Faraway the Aardvark, Louisa the Polar Bear, Florrie the Dog, Sam the Monkey and Georgie the Penguin - who live on a beautiful patchwork quilt and take us on wonderful journeys and adventures.
15:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s1
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the three teddy bears: Amy, Lulu and Morgan
15:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
15:30 Play School - In The Wild
'In The Wild', this five day series encourages a spirit of adventure as young children and their families are invited to share in a series of exciting escapades with the toys and presenters.
15:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
16:00 My Australia
In this episode, Ken from Indonesia goes to a Quiz Night, Akki from Japan snorkels on the Great Barrier Reef, and Saj from Sri Lanka has a go at ballroom dancing.
16:30 Maddigan's Quest
Birdboys attack the Fantasia. But when the precious solar converter is also discovered missing, Garland and Timon believe the real traitor is within the Fantasia.
17:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
17:30 Grandstand
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
18:00 Foreign Correspondent
Foreign Correspondent reports on major international issues but it also travels to places where reporters and camera operators are less welcome - investigating stories that governments don't want told.
18:30 News Update
18:31 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
19:00 Food Safari s4
Food Safari explores the fascinating creole cuisine of Broome in Western Australia - which originated with the pearling industry and includes Aboriginal, Japanese, Filipino, Chinese and Malaysian influences and dishes as varied as chilli mud crab, satay, pearl meat ceviche and a simple raw fish dish called susame.
19:30 Gourmet Farmer s1
Matthew's nearing the end of his first year on the farm and it's time to reflect on what's happened. His stall is breaking even, his vegetable garden is pathetic and he's not sure that he can call his new life a resounding success - at least financially. He certainly needs inspiration on the gardening front, and visits a friend who has set up a farm on similar principles as his own, except that he has been doing it longer, and it's commercially successful. Resolved, he returns home to work in his vegetable garden: to plant out and possum-proof it.
20:00 #TalkAboutIt
In this exciting new weekly show for Australia Network, host Del Irani takes the region's hot social media topics and asks what, why and really! What is transfixing twitter and why do we care? While mainstream news talks to politicians, we talk to the people on the street to find out what they think. We'll connect across Asia using skype and social media to debate the issues of the week.
20:30 The World - News and Business
Zoe Daniel and Jim Middleton bring you a complete snapshot of the day's international news and current affairs, with reports from the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's network of international correspondents, plus insights from special guests.
21:30 Four Corners
Reporter Stephen Long looks at what the real impact will be as the car industry heads to the end of the road.
22:30 Grandstand
Peter Wilkins presents the latest sports news, features and discussion with contributions from the ABC's popular radio and television sporting commentators and leading sports figures.
22:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
23:00 The Business
Business journalist Ticky Fullerton takes a detailed look at the day's business and finance news, with the latest trends on international share and currency markets.
23:30 Foreign Correspondent
Foreign Correspondent reports on major international issues but it also travels to places where reporters and camera operators are less welcome - investigating stories that governments don't want told.