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  • Seven

    • Deal Or No Deal

      5:00pm - 5:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Game Show
      Repeat

      Join Andrew O'Keefe in the exhilarating game show where contestants play for $200,000.

    • Million Dollar Minute

      5:30pm - 6:00pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Game Show

      A battle of general knowledge, where every correct answer is a step closer to the ultimate test: Can one person, in one minute, win $1 million? Hosted by Simon Reeve.

    • Seven News

      6:00pm - 7:00pm
      Genre:
      News

      Live and comprehensive coverage of breaking news and local, national and international top stories, plus sport, finance and weather updates.

    • Better Homes and Gardens

      7:00pm - 8:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      Joh and Pete visit a remarkable family home that blends raw industrial design with peaceful tranquillity. Dr Harry and Jason take in the Calgary Stampede in Canada.

  • 7mate

    • Swamp People

      4:30pm - 5:30pm
      Floating Dead
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      A fish kill of biblical proportions hits the swamp, causing the gators to stop biting lines, and forcing swampers to get inventive in their hunting strategies.

    • MythBusters

      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      Dumpster Diving/The Squeeze
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      Adam and Jamie jump in with a well-worn movie cliche. After a roof top chase, the hero is cornered with nowhere to go./ Then Kari, Grant and Tory take on a legendary deep-sea diving myth.

    • SCU: Serious Crash Unit

      6:30pm - 7:00pm
      Golf Road
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      The police investigate one of their toughest cases yet, a fatal crash that has killed three people - two of them children. The team needs to find out why the car left the road and hit a pole. Was it a problem with the road, the car, the driver or a combination of all three?

    • AFL Pre-Game

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Geelong v Collingwood
      Genre:
      Sport

      Join us live as we kick off the 2015 AFL Premiership season.

    • AFL

      7:30pm - 11:00pm
      Rnd 22: Geelong v Collingwood
      Genre:
      Sport

      With Chris Scott's Cats still eyeing off September action, he'll be hoping for one last hurrah from his ageing superstars to lift them over the Magpies. Bruce McAvaney and Dennis Cometti are your callers.

  • 7TWO

    • 60 Minute Makeover

      4:30pm - 5:30pm
      Hunton-Yorkshire
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle
      Repeat

      The team returns to complete more incredible house transformations in only one hour.

    • Homes Under the Hammer

      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle
      Repeat

      Martin and Lucy visit a house in Warrington, Cheshire, a house in Workington, Cumbria, and a flat in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.

    • Bargain Hunt

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Anglesey 18
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Game Show

      Teams travel across the Menai Strait to Anglesey where one team enjoys a bit of madness while the other explores a fetish for lights. Meanwhile, Tim takes a look at some rather cool sunglasses.

    • Dog Patrol

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      The Delta dog team are called in to help shut down a couple of out of control parties. A prison visitor caught red-handed with illegal drugs intended for the inside, and multiple finds for MPI beagle Kelso.

  • Nine

  • SBS

    • Room 101

      5:00pm - 5:30pm
      Vince Colosimo
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Comedy

      Joining Paul McDermott is award-winning actor Vince Colosimo. He's menacing and mesmerising. He's been Gino and Vinnie, Nick Daniels, Neville Bartos and Alphonse Gangitano. For once playing himself, Vince, tries role-playing and yelling, as well as the occasional threatening glare to persuade Paul to banish his gripes away, ranging from plastic coverings on furniture to people with bad hygiene, non-personal communication, to BYO parties. The family man reveals just how important it is for him to be a great communicator, as well as a generous (and great smelling) host.

    • Genre:
      Sport

      Highlights of the 2015 Tour of Spain cycling race, a three-week tour with 21 stages held along a 3375 km route.

    • Roasting
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Raymond Blanc gives viewers a masterclass in basic cooking techniques. Raymond will show us how to master essential cooking skills, including roasting, poaching, frying, slow cooking, baking and barbecue and grilling. Each program will showcase five delicious dishes that are created using one of these techniques. Raymond will bring all his passion, curiosity and expertise to the series as he shows the audience what happens when you use each technique. In this episode, Raymond explores the techniques of roasting.

    • SBS World News

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service.

    • The Classic Car Show

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      This series, hosted by journalist Quentin Willson and supermodel Jodie Kidd, provides unprecedented access to the iconic cars, personalities and events that underpin the classic car world. It's an emotional start for the series as Quentin falls in love with the automotive icon that sums up the feel-good 60s American Dream, the Ford Mustang. At London Fashion Week, we compare a million-dollar classic Mercedes against its modern counterpart in the classic desirability stakes. There's a $10,000 classic that divides opinion like Brussels sprouts, and we follow classic car expert Chris Routledge as he discovers a finny 60s gem that's been forgotten in a hedge for thirty years. Meanwhile, Jodie goes all misty-eyed when she takes the wheel of a $10 million Ferrari California Spider V12.

  • TEN

  • 4Me

  • ABC

    • ABC News: Early Edition

      5:00pm - 5:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      James McHale presents a complete half hour snapshot of the day's key stories, with a focus on major national and world news. Includes political coverage from Canberra, sport, finance and weather with Graham Creed.

    • The Drum

      5:30pm - 5:59pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      Analysis of the day's news in an engaging and entertaining way. Guest host Tracey Spicer leads a panel of journalists, political and social commentators in a lively, thought-provoking discussion.

    • Antiques Roadshow

      5:59pm - 7:00pm
      Chepstow Racecourse
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle
      Repeat

      Fiona Bruce and the team head for the races as they arrive at Chepstow Racecourse in Wales. Family treasures featured include medals from early Olympic Games.

    • ABC News

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      Local, national and international news presented by Juanita Phillips (Sun-Thu) and Jeremy Fernandez (Fri-Sat).

    • 7.30

      7:30pm - 8:01pm
      Genre:
      Current Affairs

      The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective.

  • ABC News 24

  • ABC2 / KIDS

    • The Hive

      4:59pm - 5:10pm
      Sleepy Bee
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      Jasper challenges Buzzbee to stay up all night, claiming that he does it all the time. Buzzbee takes up Jasper's challenge and forces himself to stay awake until morning.

    • Fireman Sam

      5:10pm - 5:24pm
      Heap of Trouble
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Children
      Repeat

      Everyone is very excited about the Pontypandy Flower and Vegetable show being held in the Flood's Garden, to be judged by Fireman Sam.

    • Peppa Pig

      5:24pm - 5:31pm
      Foggy Day
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Children
      Repeat

      Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig are taking Peppa and George to play in the playground. On the way it gets a bit foggy, and soon it is so foggy they can't see. They decide to go home, but which way is home?

    • Octonauts

      5:31pm - 5:45pm
      The Octonauts and the Dolphin Reef Rescue
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      When the Octonauts all pitch in to help save a sick coral reef, they get some unexpected help from a pod of playful dolphins.

    • Peg+Cat

      5:45pm - 5:59pm
      The Play Date Problem
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      Peg and Cat must use the power of music, and patterns, to help their friends Beethoven and the Three Bears play together - and make incredible music together.

    • The Shooting Star
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      The Wise Old Elf fears an alien invasion after a presumed shooting star lands in the Little Kingdom.

    • Peter Rabbit

      6:11pm - 6:24pm
      The Tale Of The Puddleduck Disaster
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      When Jemima is short on fruity flapjack ingredients for her hungry ducklings, she misunderstands Peter's advice and heads to Mr McGregor's garden.

    • Curious George

      6:24pm - 6:50pm
      Wind Symphony/George And Allie's Automated Car Wash
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      Mr Zoobel asks George to help him create a one-of-a-kind rooftop wind symphony./ George and Allie are so impressed by Sprint Quints' automatic car wash that they decide to build one.

    • Shaun the Sheep

      6:50pm - 7:01pm
      Tooth Fairy
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      Peace in the valley turns to mayhem in the meadow as Shaun the Sheep leads his flock into all sorts of scrapes and scraps, running rings around sheepdog Bitzer when the Farmer's back is turned.

    • Spicks and Specks

      7:01pm - 7:30pm
      Melinda Schneider, Cal Wilson, Leo Sayer & Dave O'Neil
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Game Show
      Repeat

      Joining Adam, Myf and Alan are Melinda Schneider, Cal Wilson, Leo Sayer and Dave O'Neil.

    • Doctor Who

      7:30pm - 8:17pm
      The Caretaker
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sci-Fi
      Repeat

      The terrifying Skovox Blitzer is ready to destroy all humanity - and worse, any second now, Danny Pink and the Doctor are going to meet.

  • ABC3

    • Strange Hill High

      4:48pm - 5:10pm
      Big Mouth Strikes Again
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      After years of disgusting food, the school chef has finally won students over with his seemingly endless buffet of sweet, sweet treats. Everyone loves it except for Becky, who's been on a recent health kick.

    • Doodles

      5:10pm - 5:11pm
      Zoe the Witch
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation

      Doodles is a multiplatform, interactive, animated comedy series that takes real people's drawing and turns them into hilarious animated micro movies featuring a cast of coloured-in characters surrounded by insanity.

    • Endangered Species

      5:11pm - 5:25pm
      Mo Squitoes... Mo'Problems
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Cartoon
      Repeat

      A pesky mosquito drives Pickle, Merl and Gull up the stump walls. But despite all their plans to get rid of it, they can't outsmart the insect.

    • Operation Ouch!

      5:25pm - 5:56pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Children
      Repeat

      Dr Chris inserts a tiny medical camera up his nose and down his throat to look at how our vocal chords work, and takes a terrifying ride on a super-scary roller-coaster to find out how our bodies deal with fear.

    • House of Anubis

      5:56pm - 6:07pm
      House Arrest
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Children
      Repeat

      The toxicology report arrives from the hospital, Nina and Fabian sneak into Victor's office to read it, revealing it to be an innocent concoction mainly of water. They also find a picture of Victor and his father.

    • House of Anubis

      6:07pm - 6:21pm
      House Of Hoax
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Children

      Fabian confides to Nina that he lost one of the puzzle pieces, luckily Patricia finds out that Alfie has it and manages to rescue it.

    • Catching Cold
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Family
      Repeat

      Marty loves ice-cream more than anything. When he hears the familiar jingle of an ice-cream truck making its way down the street he is jolted into action - rifling through pockets and drawers for enough change to buy a cone.

    • 3 News

      6:50pm - 7:00pm
      Genre:
      News

      Hosted by Sarah Larsen (BtN), these bulletins will help place local and world events in a context that children can understand.

    • Horrible Histories

      7:00pm - 7:29pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Comedy
      Repeat

      Dick Whittington pitches a movie about his life, Stone Age technology geeks queue for hours at the unveiling of the Bronze Age, and some German bomber pilots find an unfortunate use for a tourist guidebook to Britain.

    • Operation Ouch!

      7:29pm - 7:58pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Children
      Repeat

      Dr Chris inserts a special medical tube into Dr Xand's nose and down to his belly to prove that our nose, mouth and stomach are all connected!

    • Super Senses
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      In this blazing battle to the finish, there are ultimate ears, awesome eyesight, killer taste buds, bloodthirsty heat seekers, and even a crocodile with a motion detecting jaw. Which will Steve choose to be number one?

  • ELEVEN

  • Extra

  • Extra 2

  • GEM

    • Ellen DeGeneres Show

      4:30pm - 5:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Talk Show
      Repeat

      Join Ellen as she hosts a unique mix of celebrity interviews, musical performances and audience participation games. This episode features interviews with Shia Labeouf, Gina Rodriguez and Padma Lakshmi.

    • Gilmore Girls

      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      The Perfect Dress
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Drama
      Repeat

    • Friends

      6:30pm - 7:00pm
      The One with the Thumb
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Monica has trouble breaking up with a guy who is popular with her friends, Phoebe gets lots of money accidentally, and Chandler starts smoking again.

    • Friends

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      The One with George Stephanopoulos
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Ross, upset about it being the anniversary of his first time with Carol, gets a puck in the face at a hockey game. The women have a slumber party and spy on George Stephanopoulos.

    • Speed Limits
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary
      Repeat

      Explore the extraordinary wonders of the world of detail hidden in the blink of an eye. In those few milliseconds, there are extraordinary things happening that completely pass us by.

  • GO!

    • Ben 10: Omniverse

      5:00pm - 5:30pm
      Max's Monster
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      Ben, Rook and Grandpa Max have their hands full when Phil returns as a half-human half-Terroranchula creature as a side-effect of using the Nemetrix five years ago, and starts absorbing all of the electricity and lightning in Bellwood.

    • Teen Titans Go!

      5:30pm - 6:00pm
      Pirates/I See You
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Animation

      Aqualad asks Raven out on a date, which makes Beast Boy jealous. Cyborg tries to prove that Aqualad is really a pirate.

    • Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Animation
      Repeat

      A cosmic case of UFOs, intergalactic intrigue and out-of-this-world romance launches Scooby, Shaggy and the Mystery Inc kids into their most unearthly adventure ever.

    • Jack the Giant Slayer

      7:30pm - 9:50pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Adventure
      Repeat

      When young farmhand Jack unwittingly opens a portal between his realm and a race of giants, it rekindles an ancient war. Roaming Earth for the first time in centuries, the fearsome giants seek to reclaim the land they lost long ago.

  • NITV

    • Go Lingo

      5:00pm - 5:30pm
      Genre:
      Game Show

      A high energy game show packed with fun and challenges as students aged between 11-12 play a variety of hi-tech games using the latest in touch screen technology. Host Alanah Ahmat.

    • NITV News Week in Review

      5:30pm - 6:00pm
      Genre:
      News

      NITV National News features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

    • Samaqan: Water Stories

      6:00pm - 6:30pm
      Water Journey Part 5
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Human connections to water in the indigenous world are a mix of physical and spiritual, often combining pragmatic needs with that which nourishes the soul.

    • Outback Cafe

      6:30pm - 7:00pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Mark Olive, aka the Black Olive is an Australian Aboriginal chef with a passion to bring the vibrant colours and earthy tastes of ancient outback food to everyone's dining table.

    • NITV News Week in Review

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      NITV National News features the rich diversity of contemporary life within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, broadening and redefining the news and current affairs landscape.

    • Kriol Kitchen

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Minarinyj: Sylvia Clarke
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      Clear Whiting Soup with chilli/garlic/ginger & Mullet Soup with Black Bean: A good fish soup does wonders for the soul, in this episode Ali & Mitch travel north of Broome on Djabber Djabber country.

  • ONE

    • IFISH

      5:00pm - 6:00pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Sport
      Repeat

      Paul Worsteling brings you great tips and products that will help you lure the big fish.

    • Family Feud

      6:00pm - 6:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Game Show

      Grant Denyer hosts one of Australia's most loved game shows. Play along at home as two families try to win big prizes by guessing the most popular responses to a survey of the public.

    • M*A*S*H

      6:30pm - 7:00pm
      White Gold
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Colonel Flagg shows up when penicillin is stolen but Hawkeye and Trapper soon learn the real reason for his arrival.

    • M*A*S*H

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Abyssinia, Henry
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sitcom
      Repeat

      Henry gets his discharge making Frank the commanding officer of the 4077th unit.

    • Moments of Impact

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Documentary

      Tune in as we exposes some of the scariest, most life threatening moments caught on camera. Showing everything from explosions to ideas that have simply gone wrong.

  • RACING.COM

  • SBS 2

    • VS Arashi

      4:35pm - 5:30pm
      Team All Japan Female Volleyball 2
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Variety
      Repeat

      In this highly physical game and variety show, Japanese pop idols Arashi pit their wits, strength and courage against a different team of entertainers or sportspeople every week. The battles are intense as the teams compete for points and very cool prizes.

    • IAAF World Championships

      5:30pm - 6:30pm
      Genre:
      Sport

      Highlights of the IAAF World Championships in Athletics from the Beijing National Stadium, Beijing, China.

    • If You Are the One

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Reality/Real-Life
      Repeat

      With a viewing audience of up to 50 million per episode, this popular Chinese dating show is a cultural phenomenon. A lone male suitor has to impress a panel of 24 single women, who can then register their interest or disinterest in the man through the use of their podium lights. Popular host Meng Fei oversees the action in front of a large studio audience.

    • The Feed

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Genre:
      News

      Marc Fennell, Patrick Abboud, Jeanette Francis and Andy Park discuss the latest in news, technology and culture, adding a fresh perspective on the latest local and international headlines.

  • SBS HD

    • Room 101

      5:00pm - 5:30pm
      Vince Colosimo
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Comedy

      Joining Paul McDermott is award-winning actor Vince Colosimo. He's menacing and mesmerising. He's been Gino and Vinnie, Nick Daniels, Neville Bartos and Alphonse Gangitano. For once playing himself, Vince, tries role-playing and yelling, as well as the occasional threatening glare to persuade Paul to banish his gripes away, ranging from plastic coverings on furniture to people with bad hygiene, non-personal communication, to BYO parties. The family man reveals just how important it is for him to be a great communicator, as well as a generous (and great smelling) host.

    • Genre:
      Sport

      Highlights of the 2015 Tour of Spain cycling race, a three-week tour with 21 stages held along a 3375 km route.

    • Roasting
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      Michelin-starred chef and restaurateur Raymond Blanc gives viewers a masterclass in basic cooking techniques. Raymond will show us how to master essential cooking skills, including roasting, poaching, frying, slow cooking, baking and barbecue and grilling. Each program will showcase five delicious dishes that are created using one of these techniques. Raymond will bring all his passion, curiosity and expertise to the series as he shows the audience what happens when you use each technique. In this episode, Raymond explores the techniques of roasting.

    • SBS World News

      6:30pm - 7:30pm
      Genre:
      News

      Up-to-date reports and analysis of the major national and international news stories of the day in Australia's only world news service.

    • The Classic Car Show

      7:30pm - 8:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      This series, hosted by journalist Quentin Willson and supermodel Jodie Kidd, provides unprecedented access to the iconic cars, personalities and events that underpin the classic car world. It's an emotional start for the series as Quentin falls in love with the automotive icon that sums up the feel-good 60s American Dream, the Ford Mustang. At London Fashion Week, we compare a million-dollar classic Mercedes against its modern counterpart in the classic desirability stakes. There's a $10,000 classic that divides opinion like Brussels sprouts, and we follow classic car expert Chris Routledge as he discovers a finny 60s gem that's been forgotten in a hedge for thirty years. Meanwhile, Jodie goes all misty-eyed when she takes the wheel of a $10 million Ferrari California Spider V12.

  • SpreeTV

  • TVS

    • Life Links

      5:00pm - 5:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Foreign

      You can't afford school, let alone food. Your community rejects your faith. One of your parents has died. Life Links reporters meet young people around the globe and share their stories. Being young doesn't necessarily mean being carefree. Dreams can be crushed, fear can rule your life, your friends can turn on you. It's stories like these that make up Life Links: global tales from Germany, Europe and other parts of the world showing how different yet similar young people's realities are. What holds young people back and how do they nonetheless manage to master their lives? You'll find unseen documentary footage and additional information on our website. We want to hear from you: What challenges do you face, what troubles you, what makes life hard? Share your experiences - at www.dw.de/lifelinks or with #lifelinks.

    • Enquiring Minds

      5:30pm - 6:00pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Information

      This series sees a child explain what their interests are and links them with an academic in the field, who explains how to turn that hobby into a career.

    • Flaming Frontiers

      6:00pm - 6:30pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Western

      Tom Grant has found a rich gold vein and Bart Eaton is after it [1938].

    • euromaxx

      6:30pm - 7:00pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Lifestyle

      Euromaxx provides an insight into Europe and its people, countries, customs, society, celebrities, atmosphere and everyday life.

    • Highlands TV

      7:00pm - 7:30pm
      Classified:
      G
      Genre:
      Arts and Culture

      Interviews, music, characters, local food and wine, places, events, views, history of the Southern Highlands and the people who live there and the people who visit.

    • That's Fishing

      7:30pm - 8:00pm
      Classified:
      PG
      Genre:
      Sport

      Just an average Joe with a passion for fishing? Then this program is your perfect guide to your next great catch. Let 'The Colonel' Brain Sanders and his team show you great tips and tricks that will get you hooked!

  • TVSN