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Thursday, 24 April 2014
00:30 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.
01:00 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.
02:00 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review the quirky third-person perspective game Goat Simulator and long anticipated strategy game Age of Wonders III on the program by gamers for gamers.
02:30 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.
03:00 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.
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.
06:00 Business Today
Join host Whitney Fitzsimmons for a full wrap of business and finance news from across the Asia Pacific.
06:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
07:00 Lateline
07:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
07:33 The Wiggles
It's a game of dress-ups for The Wiggles, and they're dressing in style!
07:55 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.
08:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:02 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
08:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
08:30 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.
08:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:00 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.
09:30 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.
10:00 English Bites
10:10 Living English
Steve and Anne explore the park.
10:20 Study English
10:30 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.
11:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
12:00 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.
13:00 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.
13:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
13:33 The Wiggles
It's a game of dress-ups for The Wiggles, and they're dressing in style!
13:55 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.
14:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:02 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
14:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
14:30 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.
14:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:00 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.
15:30 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.
16:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
16:30 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.
17:00 Foreign Correspondent
The uplifting story of a group of gutsy grandmothers from Canada, who have built a remarkable connection with Africa. Led by a powerhouse 89 year-old expat Australian.
17:30 News Update
17:31 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.
18:00 Food Safari s4
Food Safari explores the fascinating creole cuisine of Broome in Western Australia. It originated with the pearling industry and includes Aboriginal, Japanese, Filipino, Chinese and Malaysian influences.
18:30 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.
19:00 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani takes a look at the issue of homelessness and how it affects so many people around the world.
19:30 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.
20:30 Four Corners
Reporter Stephen Long looks at what the real impact will be as the car industry heads to the end of the road.
21:30 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.
21:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
22:00 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.
22:30 Foreign Correspondent
The uplifting story of a group of gutsy grandmothers from Canada, who have built a remarkable connection with Africa. Led by a powerhouse 89 year-old expat Australian.
23:00 7.30
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program led by Sarah Ferguson, one of Australia's most respected journalists.
23:30 Food Safari s4
Food Safari explores the fascinating creole cuisine of Broome in Western Australia. It originated with the pearling industry and includes Aboriginal, Japanese, Filipino, Chinese and Malaysian influences.
Friday, 25 April 2014
00:00 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.
00:30 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani takes a look at the issue of homelessness and how it affects so many people around the world.
01:00 Four Corners
Reporter Stephen Long looks at what the real impact will be as the car industry heads to the end of the road.
02:00 Foreign Correspondent
The uplifting story of a group of gutsy grandmothers from Canada, who have built a remarkable connection with Africa. Led by a powerhouse 89 year-old expat Australian.
02:30 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.
03:00 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.
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.
06:00 Business Today
Join host Whitney Fitzsimmons for a full wrap of business and finance news from across the Asia Pacific.
06:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
07:00 Lateline
07:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
07:33 The Wiggles
It's time to Rock-a-bye Your Bear with the Wiggles! Dorothy visits an art gallery and sees the Mona Lisa!
07:55 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.
08:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:02 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
08:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
08:30 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.
08:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:00 Rush TV
In his hometown of Queenstown, NZ, Rush TV catches up with Mountain Bike Rider Kelly McGarry where he shows us what it takes to make it to the top. We also visit the first-ever Australian FMX Pro Open in Rockhampton, QLD.
09:30 Gallipoli Dawn Service 2014
2014 marks the 99th anniversary of the action by Australian, New Zealand and other Commonwealth troops at Gallipoli in 1915. Join us for the Anzac Day Dawn Service live from Gallipoli.
10:30 Villers-Bretonneux Memorial Service 2014
The ANZAC Day Dawn Memorial Service, live from Villers-Bretonneux, France.
11:30 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
14:30 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
17:30 Poh's Kitchen Lends a Hand
Poh visits Kinglake, the Victorian town almost wiped out during the 2009 Black Saturday fires. Food is being used to heal and bring the community together and Poh helps the youth group christen its new communal kitchen.
18:00 Gruen Planet
In segment Crisis Management tonight, On Crisis Management this week, we again turn our attention to the airline that stopped the nation. 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.
18:30 Kapyong
The story of the Forgotten Battle in the Forgotten War: how a small band of Australians, Canadians and New Zealanders in Korea gave up their Anzac Day barbecue to stop the Seoul-bound Chinese Army in its tracks. It is one of the most significant battles in Australia's military history - and the least acknowledged.
19:30 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.
20:30 Rake s2
Scarlet and David's affair is front page news, and Scarlet is terrified of the disapproval of the private school mothers, unaware that Barney is taking this far harder than he'll let on. Barney and Nicole agree to be 'just friends' but their definitions of friendship differ somewhat.
21:30 State To State
The most important regional stories from the Australian state bureaus reported by flagship current affairs program 7.30.
21:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
22:00 The World This Week
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
22:30 Poh's Kitchen Lends a Hand
Poh visits Kinglake, the Victorian town almost wiped out during the 2009 Black Saturday fires. Food is being used to heal and bring the community together and Poh helps the youth group christen its new communal kitchen.
23:00 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani takes a look at the issue of homelessness and how it affects so many people around the world.
23:30 Gruen Planet
In segment Crisis Management tonight, On Crisis Management this week, we again turn our attention to the airline that stopped the nation. 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.
Saturday, 26 April 2014
00:00 Kapyong
The story of the Forgotten Battle in the Forgotten War: how a small band of Australians, Canadians and New Zealanders in Korea gave up their Anzac Day barbecue to stop the Seoul-bound Chinese Army in its tracks. It is one of the most significant battles in Australia's military history - and the least acknowledged.
01:00 Rake s2
Scarlet and David's affair is front page news, and Scarlet is terrified of the disapproval of the private school mothers, unaware that Barney is taking this far harder than he'll let on. Barney and Nicole agree to be 'just friends' but their definitions of friendship differ somewhat.
02:00 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review the quirky third-person perspective game Goat Simulator and long anticipated strategy game Age of Wonders III on the program by gamers for gamers.
02:30 The Straits
Vlad, a hired killer, sets out for Cairns with a high-powered rifle. Harry is his target, but who has hired Vlad? Having wrestled with her discovery of Paddy's operations, Sissi finally tells Harry what she has learned. Harry is deeply upset by the news. He takes Paddy on their weekly fishing expedition to confront him. When Sissi learns what has happened on the boat, she has an almighty fight with her father. Gary, who has been bitten by a snake on Zey and believes he's going to die, makes a confession to his father. Harry threatens death to the participant in Gary's confession. Before he has time to follow up on this, however, Vlad makes a move. Set among the turquoise waters and lethal wildlife of Australia's Far North Queensland and the Torres Strait, The Straits is an exotic, darkly humorous crime drama. The Montebellos are not your average Australian family. Modern day smugglers, their family business is transporting drugs into Australia and guns and exotic wildlife out, making use of ties of blood and loyalty in the Torres Strait Islands.
03:30 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.
04:00 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.
04:30 Foreign Correspondent
The uplifting story of a group of gutsy grandmothers from Canada, who have built a remarkable connection with Africa. Led by a powerhouse 89 year-old expat Australian.
05:00 The World This Week
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
05:30 rage: Chart Hits
Join us for two hours of Australia's favourite chart hits each Saturday morning.
07:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
07:35 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
07:55 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:00 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.
08:25 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:30 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.
09:00 English Bites
09:10 Living English
09:20 Study English
09:30 Landline in Brief
Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues. Presented by Pip Courtney.
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 2014 Ironman 70.3 Auckland Asia-Pacific Championship
The official Asia Pacific Championship for the distance, and is one of only three regional championships in the world. The race is held around Auckland's iconic waterfront with the swim in the Viaduct Harbour, bike over the Auckland Harbour Bridge and the run to the finish at the Viaduct Events Centre.
11:30 Poh's Kitchen Lends a Hand
Poh visits Kinglake, the Victorian town almost wiped out during the 2009 Black Saturday fires. Food is being used to heal and bring the community together and Poh helps the youth group christen its new communal kitchen.
12:00 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.
12:45 The Environment Quarter
The ABC's environment reporter Sarah Clarke, takes a look at the latest green issues and stories affecting the planet.
13:00 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.
13:30 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
16:30 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
19:30 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.
20:00 The World This Week
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
20:30 Insight
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.
21:30 Rain Shadow
Kate is injured in a cattle yard accident, forcing Jill to run the practice on her own. It seems the order of the world has been restored when Jill gets to do some refreshingly routine vet work and achieves results, mostly without Kate's help or interference.
22:30 The Story of India
This is the story of how a foreign multinational (the East India Company) thousands of miles away gradually and almost by chance took power over great swathes of the Indian subcontinent; how after the horrendous shock of the 1857 'Mutiny', the British State took over and turned this supremacy into the Raj, the jewel in the crown of the greatest empire the world had ever seen; and how the Freedom Movement delivered Independence to India in 1947, albeit a divided India. The series ends by acknowledging the extraordinary achievements of Indian democracy over 60 years, and flags India's predicted rise to be the largest country and the second largest (or even the largest) economy in the world in the next three decades.
23:30 Good Game
Bajo and Hex review the quirky third-person perspective game Goat Simulator and long anticipated strategy game Age of Wonders III on the program by gamers for gamers.
Sunday, 27 April 2014
00:00 Lessons of the Blood
In history docs tonight Lessons of the Blood investigates the tragic legacy of Japan's biological warfare program of past.
01:00 Rain Shadow
Kate is injured in a cattle yard accident, forcing Jill to run the practice on her own. It seems the order of the world has been restored when Jill gets to do some refreshingly routine vet work and achieves results, mostly without Kate's help or interference.
02:00 Home and Away s25
Sid considers leaving Summer Bay and bringing Sasha with him. Meanwhile, Sasha and Spencer's first time together is interrupted by Maddy.
02:24 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.
02:48 Home and Away s25
Bianca races against time to reach Holly and Zac. And Roo wonders if Sally is hiding a secret.
03:12 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.
03:30 Bench to Bedside
"Toby's Story" is a spectacular account of a young musician living with a spinal cord injury and how scientists are working to give him back his independence. After a diving accident, Toby Forrest - an adventurous and active young man - became paralysed from the neck down.
04:00 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.
04:30 #TalkAboutIt
This week Del Irani takes a look at the issue of homelessness and how it affects so many people around the world.
05:00 Good Game SP
Join gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest gaming news, tips, reviews and more.
05:30 rage: New Releases
Two hours of the best new release music loved by Australians programmed by rage, each Sunday morning.
07:30 The World This Week
A review of the ABC's best international news stories.
08:00 Insiders
Hosted by Barrie Cassidy, Insiders is a fast-moving treatment of Australian national affairs with interviews, discussion, and analysis.
09:00 Offsiders
A show for anyone who's serious about sport, Offsiders will provide challenging, insightful, humorous debate about the topic that dominates weekends - sport. Hosted by Gerard Whateley.
09:30 Financial Review Sunday
Expert insights of Australia's leading business, finance and investment commentators from The Australian Financial Review, hosted by Deborah Knight.
10:00 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.
11:00 Insiders
Hosted by Barrie Cassidy, Insiders is a fast-moving treatment of Australian national affairs with interviews, discussion, and analysis.
12:00 AFL Toyota Premiership Season 2014
Catch all the action from the Australian Football League's 2014 premiership season.
15:00 Insiders
Hosted by Barrie Cassidy, Insiders is a fast-moving treatment of Australian national affairs with interviews, discussion, and analysis.
16:00 Offsiders
A show for anyone who's serious about sport, Offsiders will provide challenging, insightful, humorous debate about the topic that dominates weekends - sport. Hosted by Gerard Whateley.
16:30 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.
17:00 Who Do You Think You Are? s4
Actor Vince Colosimo unravels the truth about his grandfather's extraordinary war experience and tries to find out who his mysterious grandmother was.
18:00 Sunday Lights: Jennifer Byrne Presents: Ian McEwan
Legendary British author Ian McEwan sits down with Australian journalist, publisher and literary enthusiast Jennifer Byrne in London and talks with her about everything from his childhood to his difficult writing process.
18:30 Sunday Lights: Talking Heads: John Bell
Somehow John Bell, a shy kid with stutter, become a great Australian actor and bold director. Inspired at the age of 15 by the "vulgarity, bloodthirstiness and great lyricism" of Shakespeare, his name has been back-to-back with the bard's for over 20 years now at the Bell Shakespeare Company.
19:00 Sunday Lights: Leo Schofield Interviews
Leo Schofield is a prominent figure in Australian public life. In this series Leo interviews prominant Australian and international personalities in the arts. In this episode Leo interviews Margaret Ollie before she passed away.
19:30 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.
20:00 Packed to the Rafters s5
Dave, Jake and Matt are concerned to learn a drunken Coby accosted Duncan outside his home and tried to get him to drop the assault charges. Meanwhile, Carbo, Retta and Emma meet with their first "Balc-honey" client, Magda, who turns out to be a tantric healer.
20:45 Offspring s4
Nina wonders if her pregnancy with Patrick is enough to keep them together. Patrick struggles with Kate's decision to see her abusive ex-partner Dean. Billie is confronted by Mick's popularity and Eloise reveals an embarrassing secret.
21:30 Bench to Bedside
"Toby's Story" is a spectacular account of a young musician living with a spinal cord injury and how scientists are working to give him back his independence. After a diving accident, Toby Forrest - an adventurous and active young man - became paralysed from the neck down.
22:00 Sunday Lights: Jennifer Byrne Presents: Ian McEwan
Legendary British author Ian McEwan sits down with Australian journalist, publisher and literary enthusiast Jennifer Byrne in London and talks with her about everything from his childhood to his difficult writing process.
22:30 Sunday Lights: Talking Heads: John Bell
Somehow John Bell, a shy kid with stutter, become a great Australian actor and bold director. Inspired at the age of 15 by the "vulgarity, bloodthirstiness and great lyricism" of Shakespeare, his name has been back-to-back with the bard's for over 20 years now at the Bell Shakespeare Company.
23:00 Sunday Lights: Leo Schofield Interviews
Leo Schofield is a prominent figure in Australian public life. In this series Leo interviews prominant Australian and international personalities in the arts. In this episode Leo interviews Margaret Ollie before she passed away.
23:30 Who Do You Think You Are? s4
Actor Vince Colosimo unravels the truth about his grandfather's extraordinary war experience and tries to find out who his mysterious grandmother was.
Monday, 28 April 2014
00:30 Packed to the Rafters s5
Dave, Jake and Matt are concerned to learn a drunken Coby accosted Duncan outside his home and tried to get him to drop the assault charges. Meanwhile, Carbo, Retta and Emma meet with their first "Balc-honey" client, Magda, who turns out to be a tantric healer.
01:15 Offspring s4
Nina wonders if her pregnancy with Patrick is enough to keep them together. Patrick struggles with Kate's decision to see her abusive ex-partner Dean. Billie is confronted by Mick's popularity and Eloise reveals an embarrassing secret.
02:00 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.
02:30 One Plus One
Alain de Botton is a philosopher, broadcaster and writer who probes the critical questions of modern life, from love and religion to work and the media. He shares his take on so-called first world problems with Jane Hutcheon.
03:00 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.
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.
06:00 Business Today
Join host Whitney Fitzsimmons for a full wrap of business and finance news from across the Asia Pacific.
06:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
07:00 Financial Review Sunday
Expert insights of Australia's leading business, finance and investment commentators from The Australian Financial Review, hosted by Deborah Knight.
07:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
07:33 The Wiggles
Today on Network Wiggles, The Wiggles are dancing to Balla Balla Bambina! Captain Feathersword predicts a fall of fish in the weather today and in sporting news the Captain has just been selected for the Olympics for his synchronised swimming!
07:55 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.
08:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s2
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the 3 teddy bears.
08:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
08:30 Play School - Babies
In this five day series children will learn about babies and their growing stages through songs, stories, films and creative play.
08:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:00 Good Game SP
Join gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest gaming news, tips, reviews and more.
09:30 Blue Water High s1
Perri rescues someone from the surf only to discover that he's an attention seeking adrenalin junkie. She's hailed as a hero but is so traumatised that she vows never to rescue anyone again.
10:00 English Bites
10:10 Living English
10:20 Study English
10:30 Catalyst
Science stories in today's show: Coral Winners - It's been predicted that climate change will cause the total devastation of the Great Barrier Reef within decades. Nanopatch - A new vaccination delivery method could replace needles and syringes - and save millions of lives. Air cargo scanner - Graham Phillips catches up with the Australian team that developed the world's first scanner capable of detecting explosives in air cargo containers. Indigenous Science Education - Aboriginal elders and local teachers are joining forces to promote science in Australia's indigenous communities.
11:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
12:00 Offspring s2
Nina makes a life altering decision. Billie and Mick try and commit to each other against the odds. Cherie is determined to prove her connection to the Proudmans, but what will she uncover in the process?
13:00 Home and Away s25
Kyle has to decide whether he wants to be Casey's brother or Tamara's boyfriend. Ricky and Brax's happiness is short-lived after an unexpected knock at the door.
13:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
13:33 The Wiggles
Today on Network Wiggles, The Wiggles are dancing to Balla Balla Bambina! Captain Feathersword predicts a fall of fish in the weather today and in sporting news the Captain has just been selected for the Olympics for his synchronised swimming!
13:55 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.
14:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s2
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the 3 teddy bears.
14:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
14:30 Play School - Babies
In this five day series children will learn about babies and their growing stages through songs, stories, films and creative play.
14:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:00 Good Game SP
Join gamers Hex, Bajo, Goose and Darren the robot, for the latest gaming news, tips, reviews and more.
15:30 Blue Water High s1
Perri rescues someone from the surf only to discover that he's an attention seeking adrenalin junkie. She's hailed as a hero but is so traumatised that she vows never to rescue anyone again.
16:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
16:30 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.
17:00 Tonic
Dr Norman Swan and his team bust myths and involve you in the reality of staying healthy and well. What's the link between iron and brain health? Is there a secret to happiness? Also find out the food fix for anaemia.
17:30 News Update
17:31 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.
18:00 Dirty Business: How Mining Made Australia
Mining has made Australia rich. This is the story of the battles to share in the incredible wealth generated by a 'boom' industry.
19:00 Building Australia
Episode Four tells the story of what many Australians did with their leisure - they built and, when they could, retreated to weekenders.
19:30 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.
20:30 Q&A
Tony Jones is joined by Malcolm Turnbull, Doug Cameron, Sarrah Le Marquand, Andrew Neil and Van Badham.
21:30 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.
21:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
22:00 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.
22:30 Tonic
Dr Norman Swan and his team bust myths and involve you in the reality of staying healthy and well. What's the link between iron and brain health? Is there a secret to happiness? Also find out the food fix for anaemia.
23:00 7.30
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program led by Sarah Ferguson, one of Australia's most respected journalists.
23:30 Dirty Business: How Mining Made Australia
Mining has made Australia rich. This is the story of the battles to share in the incredible wealth generated by a 'boom' industry.
Tuesday, 29 April 2014
00:30 Building Australia
Episode Four tells the story of what many Australians did with their leisure - they built and, when they could, retreated to weekenders.
01:00 Q&A
Tony Jones is joined by Malcolm Turnbull, Doug Cameron, Sarrah Le Marquand, Andrew Neil and Van Badham.
02:00 Tonic
Dr Norman Swan and his team bust myths and involve you in the reality of staying healthy and well. What's the link between iron and brain health? Is there a secret to happiness? Also find out the food fix for anaemia.
02:30 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.
03:00 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.
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.
06:00 Business Today
Join host Whitney Fitzsimmons for a full wrap of business and finance news from across the Asia Pacific.
06:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
07:00 Lateline
07:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
07:33 The Wiggles
Jeff's asleep so the wiggles have to sing Wake up Jeff! Its science time in Anthony's workshop and he is carrying out some scientific experiments and then it's time for a Barbie on the Beach!
07:55 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.
08:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s2
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the 3 teddy bears.
08:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
08:30 Play School - Babies
In this five day series children will learn about babies and their growing stages through songs, stories, films and creative play.
08:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:00 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.
09:30 a gURLs wURLd
The pressure is extreme when Ally's father organises a surprise party for her mother on the same day as the first dance elimination round.
10:00 English Bites
10:10 Living English
10:20 Study English
10:30 Agony Uncles
The Uncles take us through the rough and tumble of single life, from building up the courage to approach people we like, to trying to get them interested and then, ultimately, being rejected by them. Along the way, the Uncles advise on who to avoid, the importance of the wingman and exactly how long to wait before making that first phone call.
11:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
12:00 Packed to the Rafters s3
Don't miss the season finale of Packed to the Rafters as the family pull through their grief at Christmas time.
13:00 Home and Away s25
Brax wants Casey to give positive testimony for Ricky. Meanwhile, Indi and Dex decide to throw a party.
13:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
13:33 The Wiggles
Jeff's asleep so the wiggles have to sing Wake up Jeff! Its science time in Anthony's workshop and he is carrying out some scientific experiments and then it's time for a Barbie on the Beach!
13:55 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.
14:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s2
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the 3 teddy bears.
14:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
14:30 Play School - Babies
In this five day series children will learn about babies and their growing stages through songs, stories, films and creative play.
14:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:00 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.
15:30 a gURLs wURLd
The pressure is extreme when Ally's father organises a surprise party for her mother on the same day as the first dance elimination round.
16:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
16:30 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.
17:00 The Recruits: Paramedics
Trainee Rebecca and her mentor Chris are closest to the scene when a call comes in to assist a 9 year-old girl with breathing difficulties. It's an emotionally charged scene as the girl's family are incredibly distraught. Bec needs to keep her cool...
17:30 News Update
17:31 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.
18:00 Making Couples Happy
In this episode of Making Couples Happy, four ordinary Aussie couples are pushed to their emotional limits and beyond.
19:00 Open for Business
Meet Astari, a former international student from Jakarta, Indonesia. Astari came to Australia in 2005 to study Arts Management at the University of Melbourne. We follow Astari in the hectic weeks leading up to the opening of her business. She juggles her full-time job with the pressures of setting up as a business owner in Australia.
19:30 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.
20:30 Cloudstreet
During the years of WWII, bad luck robs Sam Pickles of the fingers on his right hand and the Lambs' youngest son is left brain damaged through a near-drowning. But Sam Pickles inherits a huge house in Perth, Western Australia, and when a further run of bad luck leads him to rent one half of it out, the Lambs become tenants in No.1 Cloud Street.
21:30 A-League Highlights 2013/14
Comprehensive highlights and a recap of every goal from the Semi Finals with expert analysis of the key plays and deciding moments in each clash, including Goal of the Round and Save of the Week.
21:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
22:00 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.
22:30 AFL Highlights 2014
This program features highlights from the action packed previous week of the Australian Football League.
23:30 Making Couples Happy
In this episode of Making Couples Happy, four ordinary Aussie couples are pushed to their emotional limits and beyond.
Wednesday, 30 April 2014
00:30 Open for Business
Meet Astari, a former international student from Jakarta, Indonesia. Astari came to Australia in 2005 to study Arts Management at the University of Melbourne. We follow Astari in the hectic weeks leading up to the opening of her business. She juggles her full-time job with the pressures of setting up as a business owner in Australia.
01:00 Cloudstreet
During the years of WWII, bad luck robs Sam Pickles of the fingers on his right hand and the Lambs' youngest son is left brain damaged through a near-drowning. But Sam Pickles inherits a huge house in Perth, Western Australia, and when a further run of bad luck leads him to rent one half of it out, the Lambs become tenants in No.1 Cloud Street.
02:00 The Recruits: Paramedics
Trainee Rebecca and her mentor Chris are closest to the scene when a call comes in to assist a 9 year-old girl with breathing difficulties. It's an emotionally charged scene as the girl's family are incredibly distraught. Bec needs to keep her cool...
02:30 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.
03:00 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.
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.
06:00 Business Today
Join host Whitney Fitzsimmons for a full wrap of business and finance news from across the Asia Pacific.
06:30 News
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
07:00 Lateline
07:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
07:33 The Wiggles
Everyone's getting ready to wiggle today! Dorothy visits the library and looks at her favorite story books in Wiggle News, Anthony's making dress up masks in his workshop while Dorothy and friends dance to Zing Zang Wing Wang Wong!
07:55 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.
08:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
08:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s2
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the 3 teddy bears.
08:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
08:30 Play School - Babies
In this five day series children will learn about babies and their growing stages through songs, stories, films and creative play.
08:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
09:00 Scope
Citizen Science: This episode of SCOPE it is all about people power. We track down some science projects where the research data is collected or analysed by everyday citizens like you!
09:30 The Amazing Extraordinary Friends s2
The Green Termite is missing and Captain X must travel halfway across the globe to find him. Captain X learns about the superhero code from the very person who actually wrote it. While Vicki is left in charge of the Amazing Extraordinary Friends their arch enemy The Comedian turns up with a plan to destroy City Central once and for all.
10:00 English Bites
10:10 Living English
10:20 Study English
10:30 Kitchen Cabinet
In the aftermath of the Labor leadership change, Annabel heads to the Blue Mountains in NSW to check the pulse of the Labor party with candid Senator Doug Cameron.
11:00 News
The latest news with Ros Childs, as well as a full explanation of what's happening in the financial markets.
11:30 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.
12:00 Packed to the Rafters s4
Tonight on "Packed to the Rafters", it's been three months since Ben and Nathan left on their road trip around Australia.
13:00 Home and Away s25
Casey is faced with an embarrassing day after drunkenly kissing Indi. And Leah anxiously awaits news about VJ's health.
13:30 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
13:33 The Wiggles
Everyone's getting ready to wiggle today! Dorothy visits the library and looks at her favorite story books in Wiggle News, Anthony's making dress up masks in his workshop while Dorothy and friends dance to Zing Zang Wing Wang Wong!
13:55 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.
14:00 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
14:02 Bananas in Pyjamas s2
Come play with B1 and B2, the mischievous Rat-in-A-Hat, and the 3 teddy bears.
14:25 Pet Play
Pet Play is a pre-school series that investigates different animals to see why they could be the perfect pet.
14:30 Play School - Babies
In this five day series children will learn about babies and their growing stages through songs, stories, films and creative play.
14:58 Giggle and Hoot
A collection of children's programs for pre-school ages, hosted by two best mates Jimmy Giggle and Hoot the Owl.
15:00 Scope
Citizen Science: This episode of SCOPE it is all about people power. We track down some science projects where the research data is collected or analysed by everyday citizens like you!
15:30 The Amazing Extraordinary Friends s2
The Green Termite is missing and Captain X must travel halfway across the globe to find him. Captain X learns about the superhero code from the very person who actually wrote it. While Vicki is left in charge of the Amazing Extraordinary Friends their arch enemy The Comedian turns up with a plan to destroy City Central once and for all.
16:00 News
Australian and International News presented by Juanita Phillips.
16:30 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.
17:00 Good Game
This week its an apocalypse special on the program by gamers for gamers.
17:30 News Update
17:31 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.
18:00 Insight
Insight is Australia's leading forum for debate and powerful first person stories. Each week, Gold Walkley award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie hosts a lively conversation and dives deep into a single topic. We bring together surprising and unpredictable guests: people with first-hand experience of the issue as well as experts and those with strong opinions.
19:00 Marie Claire: Under the Cover
Come Under the Cover to discover the tears, tantrums, tragedy, triumphs and ultimately the truth of what goes into making Australia's best-selling women's fashion magazine. In this episode of Under the Cover Editor Jackie Frank lands an exclusive photo of Kylie Minogue and wants to run it on the cover even though the mag is already at the printers.
19:30 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.
20:30 Redfern Now s2
New parents, Janine and Justin are tested to their limit when their newborn son goes missing and suspicions grow in the community and then between one another. CAST: Meyne Wyatt, Caren Pistorius
21:30 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.
21:55 News Update
News from Australia, Pacific, Asia and India.
22:00 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.
22:30 Good Game
This week its an apocalypse special on the program by gamers for gamers.
23:00 7.30
The Australian Broadcasting Corporation's flagship current affairs program led by Sarah Ferguson, one of Australia's most respected journalists.
23:30 Insight
Insight is Australia's leading forum for debate and powerful first person stories. Each week, Gold Walkley award-winning journalist Jenny Brockie hosts a lively conversation and dives deep into a single topic. We bring together surprising and unpredictable guests: people with first-hand experience of the issue as well as experts and those with strong opinions.