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Index

Amendments 3

Program Guide 10

Sunday, 6 December 2015 10

Monday, 7 December 2015 14

Tuesday, 8 December 2015 18

Wednesday, 9 December 2015 22

Thursday, 10 December 2015 26

Friday, 11 December 2015 30

Saturday, 12 December 2015 34




Amendments


Wednesday, November 11

Amend Synopsis Text:

05:30PM The Drum

Julia Baird with Sue Boyce, Ian Hickie and Peter Fitzsimons. Calls for an Australian republic;

Remembrance Day; the PM's gift of a new meeting room for the crossbench; charity fatigue; and China's 'Singles' Day' sales.
Amend Warning, Synopsis Text:

08:30PM Gruen

ABC1/2 Warning (M, Coarse Language, Sexual References)

In the final Gruen of the year, Wil, Todd & Russel unwrap some Christmas ads & look at one of our favourite ads of the year. Two agencies show us that wrinkles can be sexy. Guest panelists: Milla McPhee & Claire Salvetti.


Amend Synopsis Text:

08:30PM Gruen

In the final Gruen of the year, Will, Todd & Russel unwrap some Christmas ads & look at one of our favourite ads of the year. Two agencies show us that wrinkles can be sexy. Guest panelists: Milla McPhee & Claire Salvetti.
Amend Start time:

09:10PM The Ex-PM

Previous Start Time 09:05PM
Thursday, November 12

Insert Episode Title:

10:30AM Catalyst

Einstein
Amend Synopsis Text:

05:30PM The Drum

Julia Baird hosts, with Jonathan Green, Julian Leeser, & Dee Madigan.Tonight: the PM’s Indonesia trip, Julie Bishop’s staffer at a secret leadership coup meeting, Adam Goodes approached to enter politics, no more Tropfest.


Amend Synopsis Text:

08:00PM The Chaser's Media Circus

The game show about the news game. Hosted by Craig Reucassel, interrupted by Chas Licciardello, with Zoe Norton Lodge, Tom Gleeson, Peter Berner, David Marr, Jacqueline Maley and Julian Morrow. #MediaCircus
Amend Synopsis Text:

08:00PM The Chaser's Media Circus

The game show about the news game. Hosted by Craig Reucassel, interrupted by Chas Licciardello, with Zoe Norton Lodge, Tom Gleeson, Peter Berner, David Marr, Lisa Wilkinson and Julian Morrow. #MediaCircus
Insert Episode Title:

10:10PM Please Like Me

Coq Au Vin
Amend Start time:

11:25PM Dirty Laundry

Previous Start Time 11:20PM
Amend Start time:

12:15AM Rev.

Previous Start Time 12:10AM
Friday, November 13

Amend Episode Title, Synopsis Text:

10:00AM One Plus One

Tim Cahill

Tim Cahill is the golden boy of Australian soccer and one of our most admired sportsmen of all time. But he says success at the highest level means nothing without the love of a close-knit family.
Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730
Amend Start time:

09:25PM The Town

Previous Start Time 09:30PM


Saturday, November 14

Amend Synopsis Text:

10:30AM rage Guest Programmer: Tina Arena

She's done it all, from record producer to singer-songwriter. Australian music icon Tina Arena shares her style & inspiration from music giants like Carole King, Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin & Dusty Springfield.


Insert Classification:

11:20PM The Chaser's Media Circus

(PG)
Amend Synopsis Text:

11:20PM The Chaser's Media Circus

The game show about the news game. Hosted by Craig Reucassel, interrupted by Chas Licciardello, with Zoe Norton Lodge, Tom Gleeson, Peter Berner, David Marr, Jacqueline Maley and Julian Morrow. #MediaCircus
Amend Synopsis Text:

11:20PM The Chaser's Media Circus

The game show about the news game. Hosted by Craig Reucassel, interrupted by Chas Licciardello, with Zoe Norton Lodge, Tom Gleeson, Peter Berner, David Marr, Lisa Wilkinson and Julian Morrow. #MediaCircus
Amend Synopsis Text:

11:55PM rage Guest Programmer: Tina Arena

She's done it all, from record producer to singer-songwriter. Australian music icon Tina Arena shares her style & inspiration from music giants like Carole King, Barbra Streisand, Aretha Franklin & Dusty Springfield.
Sunday, November 15

Amend Synopsis Text:

09:00AM Insiders

Barrie Cassidy interviews the Shadow Finance Minister, Tony Burke. On the panel: Michael Stutchbury, Fran Kelly & Lenore Taylor. On Talking Pictures, Mike Bowers' special guest is political editor Laurie Oakes.


Amend Synopsis Text:

10:30AM Australia Wide

The human toll of the declining steel industry; Big changes at the National Gallery; Turning wine into whiskey; The Empire of Atlantium. #AustraliaWide


Insert Warning:

12:00PM Landline

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program contains images and voices of people who have died
Amend Synopsis Text:

02:00PM Football: W-League

The third placed Brisbane Roar host seventh placed Perth Glory in the W-League match of the round on ABC TV.
Monday, November 16

Insert Warning:

10:00AM Landline

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program contains images and voices of people who have died

Amend Synopsis Text:

11:00AM Australia Wide

The human toll of the declining steel industry; Big changes at the National Gallery; Turning wine into whiskey; The Empire of Atlantium. #AustraliaWide
Amend Episode Title, Synopsis Text:

08:00PM Australian Story

The Age Of Ange

The man who's taken football from the forgotten game to unforgettable glory - Ange Postecoglou. #AustralianStory


Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730
Insert Episode Title:

08:30PM Four Corners

Our Kids
Amend Synopsis Text:

08:30PM Four Corners

Australian teenagers take us inside their world to talk about their hopes, dreams and fears. Quentin McDermott reports. #4Corners


Amend Episode Title, Synopsis Text:

09:35PM Q&A

Christopher Pyne, Kate Ellis, Nick Xenophon, Ian Smith, Holly Ransom

Joining Tony Jones live from Adelaide: Minister for Industry & Innovation Christopher Pyne; Shadow Education Minister Kate Ellis; Senator Nick Xenophon; Business & political lobbyist Ian Smith & youth advocate Holly Ransom.



Tuesday, November 17

Insert Episode Title:

10:00AM Four Corners

Our Kids
Amend Synopsis Text:

10:00AM Four Corners

Australian teenagers take us inside their world to talk about their hopes, dreams and fears. Quentin McDermott reports. #4Corners


Amend Synopsis Text:

11:00AM Photo Finish

Three amateur photographers head to Royal Randwick Racecourse equipped with three plastic cameras in a race to take the winning photo. Judges are Andrew Gunsberg, Anne Loxley & Tim Hixson. (Continues 11am Thursday)
Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730
Amend Synopsis Text:

08:00PM Catalyst

We explore the recent extraordinary cases of virgin births in animals and find out whether humans could spontaneously clone themselves. Reporter Anja Taylor investigates why males exist in the first place. #ABCcatalyst


Amend Synopsis Text:

08:30PM Played: Inside Australia's Failed World Cup Bid

Presented by Leigh Sales, this documentary reveals how Frank Lowy, one of Australia's most powerful billionaires, got played in the dirty game of world football.
Amend Synopsis Text:

09:30PM Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home

Kevin plans to take his beach home to a new level with an observation tower higher than a double-decker bus. However planning restrictions forbid him from building above the height of the cabin. (Part 3 of 4)
Wednesday, November 18

Amend Episode Title, Synopsis Text:

10:00AM Q&A

Christopher Pyne, Kate Ellis, Nick Xenophon, Ian Smith, Holly Ransom

Joining Tony Jones live from Adelaide: Minister for Industry & Innovation Christopher Pyne; Shadow Education Minister Kate Ellis; Senator Nick Xenophon; Business & political lobbyist Ian Smith & youth advocate Holly Ransom.
Amend Synopsis Text:

11:10AM Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home

Kevin plans to take his beach home to a new level with an observation tower higher than a double-decker bus. However planning restrictions forbid him from building above the height of the cabin. (Part 3 of 4)

Amend Episode Title, Synopsis Text:

12:30PM National Press Club Address

Mark Butler

The Hon Mark Butler, Shadow Minister for the Environment, Climate Change and Water presents this address to the National Press Club: 'Advanced Australia, the politics of ageing'.
Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730
Amend Synopsis Text:

08:30PM The Ex-PM

When Andrew's manager is kidnapped by the Russian mafia & his family held hostage, it's up to Myles to save the day. CAST: Shaun Micallef, Nicholas Bell, Francis Greenslade, Nicki Wendt, Kate Jenkinson & John Clarke (Final)


Amend Synopsis Text:

10:00PM Sammy J And Randy In Ricketts Lane

Sammy J attempts to win his job back by prosecuting his best friend Randy. (Final)
Insert Episode Title:

11:50PM Four Corners

Our Kids
Amend Synopsis Text:

11:50PM Four Corners

Australian teenagers take us inside their world to talk about their hopes, dreams and fears. Quentin McDermott reports. #4Corners
Thursday, November 19

Amend Episode Title, Synopsis Text:

10:00AM Australian Story

The Age Of Ange

The man who's taken football from the forgotten game to unforgettable glory - Ange Postecoglou. #AustralianStory
Amend Synopsis Text:

10:30AM Catalyst

We explore the recent extraordinary cases of virgin births in animals and find out whether humans could spontaneously clone themselves. Reporter Anja Taylor investigates why males exist in the first place. #ABCcatalyst
Amend Start time:

07:00PM Clarke And Dawe

Previous Start Time 06:55PM
Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730
Amend Start time, Synopsis Text:

11:25PM Dirty Laundry

Previous Start Time 11:20PM

Lawrence Mooney and Brooke Satchwell are joined by guest panellists Music TV presenter Jane Gazzo and comedians Mick Molloy and Karl Chandler to dissect pop culture and celebrity events. (Recorded August 2014)
Amend Synopsis Text:

12:15AM Rev.

Ambition is in the air. Pedantic Lay Reader Nigel has always believed he'd be a far better priest than Adam and finally gets the chance to prove it - or not. CAST: Tom Hollander, Miles Jupp, Simon McBurney (Final)
Friday, November 20

Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730
Tuesday, November 24

Insert Classification, Warning:

08:30PM Hitting Home

(M,Adult Themes,Coarse Language,Violence, This program contains content that may concern some viewers.)


Amend Synopsis Text:

09:30PM Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home

Kevin McCloud adds some final touches to his coastal retreat introducing a few of life's luxuries including a solar-powered show and a floating beach bar. (Final)
Wednesday, November 25

Amend Synopsis Text:

11:10AM Kevin McCloud's Man Made Home

Kevin McCloud adds some final touches to his coastal retreat introducing a few of life's luxuries including a solar-powered show and a floating beach bar. (Final)


Insert Classification:

08:00PM Kitchen Cabinet

(G)
Insert Classification, Warning:

08:30PM Hitting Home

(M,Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Violence, This program contains content that may concern some viewers.)
Friday, November 27

Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730
Sunday, November 29

Insert Final:

04:30PM Antiques Master

Final
Delete Final:

06:00PM Kitchen Cabinet
Monday, November 30

Insert Program:

11:00AM Big Ideas: Can We Save Health Care?

CC, Premiere


Delete Program:

11:05AM Big Ideas: Can We Save Healthcare?

Premiere
Insert Synopsis Text:

11:00AM Big Ideas: Can We Save Health Care?

Hosted by Dr Norman Swan, this forum brings together up to 30 leading international & domestic business & health executives from the private & public sectors to discuss better ways to run the health care system in Australia.
Insert Classification:

06:15PM Pointless

(G)
Tuesday, December 01

Amend Start time:

10:00AM Gardening Australia

Previous Start Time 09:55AM


Insert Classification:

11:15AM Pointless

(G)
Insert Classification:

08:30PM Restoration Man

(G)
Insert Classification:

03:15AM Restoration Man

(G)
Wednesday, December 02

Amend Start time:

09:55AM Gardening Australia

Previous Start Time 10:00AM
Amend Start time:

10:00AM Gardening Australia

Previous Start Time 09:55AM
Thursday, December 03

Amend Start time:

09:55AM Gardening Australia

Previous Start Time 10:00AM
Amend Start time:

10:00AM Gardening Australia

Previous Start Time 09:55AM
Friday, December 04

Amend Start time:

10:00AM Gardening Australia

Previous Start Time 09:55AM


Amend Synopsis Text:

07:30PM 7.30

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

#abc730


Program Guide

Sunday, 6 December 2015


6:00am

rage

(CC,PG)


Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information visit the rage website or download the app. #WatchingRage







7:00am

Weekend Breakfast

(CC)


Hosted by Andrew Geoghegan and Miriam Corowa, covering the latest news from Australia and around the world, with in-depth analysis and interviews, as well as sport, weather and what's happening in the arts.







9:00am

Insiders

(CC)Final

Barrie Cassidy hosts the show that combs the corridors of power to keep you connected with the latest in politics. With insights from key players, opinion makers and an often irreverent take on the national agenda. #Insiders








10:00am

Offsiders

(CC)Final

Gerard Whateley is joined by a panel of sportswriters, commentators and experts to discuss and dissect the week in sport. Offsiders provides a challenging, insightful, humorous debate for those serious about sport. #Offsiders








10:30am

Australia Wide

(CC,Repeat)

Stories from the people and places that make up the Australian experience. From the city streets to the urban centres and beyond, our reporters look behind the stories that make the news. #AustraliaWide








11:00am

The World This Week

(CC,Repeat)

Beverley O'Connor presents a review of the ABC's best international news stories, with extended reports from Australia's largest network of reporters and foreign correspondents.








11:30am

Songs of Praise: Christmas in Wartime

(CC,Repeat,G)

Aled Jones celebrates the second Sunday in Advent at Holy Cross in Greenford, Middlesex, a church built as World War II raged.








12:00pm

A Taste Of Landline

(CC,Repeat)

Highlighting some of the much loved Landline program's most memorable stories with a particular emphasis on food. The ultimate paddock to plate offering, showing just where our produce comes from and where it ends up...








12:30pm

Back Roads: Ceduna

(CC,Repeat)

Award winning journalist Heather Ewart takes a trip to the Nullarbor frontier town of Ceduna on the Great Australian Bight, where breaking conventions is the rule. #BackRoads








1:00pm

From The Heart: Antarctica

(CC,Repeat,G)

Journey to one of the last pristine environments - Antarctica, with experienced biologists Graham Robertson and Barbara Wienecke.








1:30pm

The Mix

(CC,Repeat)

James Valentine delivers your weekly fix of arts, showbiz and culture news. ABC’s arts reporters and contributors will be the eyes and ears for anything new and upcoming in arts and entertainment. #TheMixTV








2:00pm

Football: W-League: Adelaide United v Perth Glory

(CC)


Fans around Australia can cheer on their favourite teams each Sunday afternoon, with commentary by ABC TV sports presenter Stephanie Brantz. This week Adelaide United take on Perth Glory.







4:30pm

Kitchen Cabinet: Cory Bernardi

(CC,Repeat)

Annabel Crabb heads to the Adelaide home of conservative Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi. Over lunch they discuss why he's one of the most controversial figures in parliament, same sex marriage, multiculturalism & more.








5:00pm

New Tricks: Lottery Curse

(CC,Repeat,PG)

A skeleton uncovered in the foundations of a swimming pool is identified as Cheryl - a young, pretty lottery winner reported missing 17 years ago. UCOS' prime suspects are her quiz teammates.


























6:00pm
*New Episode*

Antiques Roadshow: Kirby Hall 2

(CC,G)


The Antiques Roadshow is back among the dramatic ruins of Kirby Hall in Northamptonshire where the team encounter what could be the world's smallest stuffed dog and an extraordinary carved chair.







7:00pm

ABC News Sunday

(CC)








7:40pm

Doctor Who: Hell Bent

(CC,PG)Final

The final episode of the ninth season of Doctor Who. CAST: Peter Capaldi








8:30pm

Inspector George Gently: Blue For Bluebird

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult themes, Sexual References, Violence)

Gently and Bacchus go to the Blue Bird Holiday Camp to investigate staff and holidaymakers after the body of one of the entertainers is washed up nearby. CAST: Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby








10:00pm

Humans

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes, Sex Scenes, Strong Violence)Final

Captured by Hobb, the Hawkins family help the synths escape and they are finally a family again. But what is the future for synths and humans? CAST: Colin Morgan, Katherine Parkinson. #Humans








10:45pm

Andy Warhol: Drella

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes, Nudity, Sexual References)Final

Ric Burns's Emmy Award-winning film of America's most influential artist of the latter half of the 20th century explores Warhol's amazing artistic output, stretching five decades from the late 1940s to his death in the 1980s.








12:45am

Rake

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language, Sex Scenes)Final

Something is seriously awry in Cleaver's world. His practice is booming, Barney is thriving and he is falling in love with Felicity. But does fate have some nasty surprises in store? CAST: Richard Roxburgh, Russell Dykstra








1:45am

Inspector George Gently: Blue For Bluebird

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult themes, Sexual References, Violence)

Gently and Bacchus go to the Blue Bird Holiday Camp to investigate staff and holidaymakers after the body of one of the entertainers is washed up nearby. CAST: Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby




















3:15am

Humans

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes, Sex Scenes, Strong Violence)Final

Captured by Hobb, the Hawkins family help the synths escape and they are finally a family again. But what is the future for synths and humans? CAST: Colin Morgan, Katherine Parkinson. #Humans








4:00am

Voices From The Cape: Part Two

(CC,Repeat,G,Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program may contain images and voices of people who have died)Final

An inspiring two-part story set in the traumatised community of Aurukun documenting a genuinely exciting approach to engaging young people from at-risk communities.








5:30am

Eggheads: Comfortably Numb

(CC,Repeat,G)

A team of challengers take on seven of the greatest quiz show champions for a chance of winning a cash prize. Every time the Eggheads win, that prize increases.








5:00am

Order In The House

(CC,Repeat)Final

Order In The House reviews parliamentary proceedings from the previous sitting week in Canberra.







Monday, 7 December 2015


6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)


9:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)


10:00am

Gardening Australia

(CC,Repeat,G)



10:30am

The Book Club's Five Of The Best

(CC,Repeat)



11:30am

Love & Fury

(CC,Repeat,G)



12:00pm

ABC News At Noon

(CC)


1:00pm

Antiques Roadshow

(CC,Repeat,G)



2:00pm

The Midwives

(CC,Repeat,PG)



3:00pm

One Plus One

(CC,Repeat)



3:30pm

Australian Story

(CC,Repeat)



4:00pm

The Cook And The Chef

(CC,Repeat,G)



4:30pm

Eggheads

(CC,Repeat,G)



5:00pm

ABC News: Early Edition

(CC)


5:25pm

Grand Designs Abroad

(CC,Repeat,G)









6:15pm

Pointless

(CC)


A quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong.







7:00pm

ABC News

(CC)








7:30pm

7.30

(CC)


The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra. #abc730







8:00pm

Back Roads: Winton

(CC)


Heather Ewart visits the Western Queensland town of Winton and meets former Governor-General Dame Quentin Bryce. #BackRoads







8:30pm
*Premiere Special*

Foreign Correspondent: #BlackLivesMatter

(CC)


In a Foreign Correspondent special, Sally Sara investigates the new civil rights movement that's been unleashed in America. #ForeignCorrespondent







9:30pm
*Premiere Special Event*

The Divorce

(CC)


Luminary art-critic Jed & his wife Iris are divorcing. They're throwing a big bash at their country estate to celebrate their "conscious uncoupling" - a civilised announcement to their friends that they are starting afresh. (Continues Tuesday to Thursday).







9:55pm

Slow Train Through Africa with Griff Rhys Jones: Kenya

(CC,Repeat,G)

Griff Rhys Jones attempts to zigzag his way 1200 miles through Kenya and Tanzania.








10:45pm

ABC News: Late Edition

(CC)


The latest from ABC News, updating today's top stories plus comprehensive analysis and original reporting from ABC reporters around Australia and the world.







10:55pm
*New to ABC*

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

(CC)


This Summer Jimmy Fallon makes the move to ABC, bringing big-name celebrity guests, games and music to brighten up your weeknights.







11:40pm

Golf: PGA TOUR Highlights: Bahamas

(CC)


See the world's best golfers in action with Highlights from the latest event on the PGA TOUR.







12:35am

Randling

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language)

The Ducks of War and The Argopelters come closer to actual blows than any previous match-up on the show after some early niggling from Pelter Jennifer Byrne gets under the skin of Ducks Felicity Ward and Heath Franklin.


























1:05am

rage

(MA,Rage Warning - Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Drug Use, Horror, Nudity, Sex References, Violence)

Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information go to the rage website or app. #WatchingRage








3:10am

The Midwives: No Pain, No Gain

(CC,Repeat,PG)

Following women in Cardiff who are having an unassisted delivery, without an epidural.








4:10am

Slow Train Through Africa with Griff Rhys Jones: Kenya

(CC,Repeat,G)

Griff Rhys Jones attempts to zigzag his way 1200 miles through Kenya and Tanzania.








5:00am

Compass: Clare Bowditch

(CC,Repeat,G)

Theologian Scott Stephens asks singer Clare Bowditch, Life's Big Questions.








5:30am

Eggheads: The Shrimper Zoners

(CC,Repeat,G)

A team of challengers take on seven of the greatest quiz show champions for a chance of winning a cash prize. Every time the Eggheads win, that prize increases.


Other States:

Queensland State







6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)








8:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)










Tuesday, 8 December 2015


6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)


9:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)


10:00am

Gardening Australia

(CC,Repeat,G)



10:25am

Grand Designs Abroad

(CC,Repeat,G)



11:15am

Pointless

(CC,Repeat)



12:00pm

ABC News At Noon

(CC)


1:00pm

Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight

(CC,Repeat,PG)



2:00pm

The Midwives

(CC,Repeat,PG)



3:00pm

One Plus One

(CC,Repeat)



3:30pm

Australian Story

(CC,Repeat)



4:00pm

The Cook And The Chef

(CC,Repeat,G)



4:30pm

Eggheads

(CC,Repeat,G)



5:00pm

ABC News: Early Edition

(CC)


5:25pm

Grand Designs Abroad

(CC,Repeat,G)









6:15pm

Pointless

(CC)


A quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong.







7:00pm

ABC News

(CC)








7:30pm

7.30

(CC)


The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra. #abc730







8:00pm

Catalyst: Sharks

(CC,Repeat)Final

In the final Catalyst for 2015, the team look at the scientific discoveries and innovations being made to ensure sharks and humans can co-exist.








8:40pm

Restoration Man: Flint Mill

(CC,G)


Alan Appleby, a building surveyor, and his wife Dora have saved a Flint Mill which has massive structural damage. The couple are restoration experts, but they've never taken on a project as ambitious as this before.







9:30pm

The Divorce

(CC)


The gangsters arrive to make their claim on Caroline. When they see the grandeur of Jed and Iris's home, they up their demands. The penniless Caroline must simultaneously oversee a magnificent soiree and avoid a violent end. (Continues tomorrow).







9:55pm

The Agony Of Flirting

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language, Sexual References)

Our Agony Aunts and Uncles tackle the fun topic of Flirting... is it okay to flirt or is it a form of sexual harassment? Featuring Lawrence Mooney, Kate Langbroek, Tom Elliott, Steve Vizard.








10:25pm

ABC News: Late Edition

(CC)


The latest from ABC News, updating today's top stories plus comprehensive analysis and original reporting from ABC reporters around Australia and the world.







10:40pm

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

(CC)


This Summer Jimmy Fallon makes the move to ABC, bringing big-name celebrity guests, games and music to brighten up your weeknights.







11:20pm

Fortitude

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language, Violence)

Dan and Frank travel up the coast in search of a suspect. But Dan's feelings for Elena are threatening to overwhelm him. CAST: Stanley Tucci, Richard Dormer, Nicholas Pinnock, Michael Gambon, Sofie Grabol.








12:10am

Randling

(CC,Repeat,G)

Needing to rack up some quality points to stay in the comp, The Bette Davis Cup Squad - David Marr and Jonathan Biggins - grapple with Roget's Ramjets - Robyn Butler and Rob Carlton. It's an action-packed half hour.








12:45am

rage

(MA,Rage Warning - Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Drug Use, Horror, Nudity, Sex References, Violence)

Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information go to the rage website or app. #WatchingRage








3:00am

The Midwives: Midwife In The Making

(CC,Repeat,PG)

Following student midwives as they train at one of the busiest maternity units in the UK.








4:00am

Fortitude

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language, Violence)

Dan and Frank travel up the coast in search of a suspect. But Dan's feelings for Elena are threatening to overwhelm him. CAST: Stanley Tucci, Richard Dormer, Nicholas Pinnock, Michael Gambon, Sofie Grabol.








5:00am

Compass: Rolf de Heer

(CC,Repeat,PG)

Theologian Scott Stephens talks to filmmaker Rolf de Heer about racism, incest, torment, murder, loyalty and love.








5:30am

Eggheads: Desk Factor

(CC,Repeat,G)

A team of challengers take on seven of the greatest quiz show champions for a chance of winning a cash prize. Every time the Eggheads win, that prize increases.


Other States:

Queensland State







6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)








8:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)










Wednesday, 9 December 2015


6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)


9:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)


10:00am

Gardening Australia

(CC,Repeat,G)



10:25am

Grand Designs Abroad

(CC,Repeat,G)



11:15am

Pointless

(CC,Repeat)



12:00pm

ABC News At Noon

(CC)


12:30pm

National Press Club Address

(CC)Final



1:30pm

Jennifer Byrne Presents

(CC,Repeat,PG)



2:00pm

The Midwives

(CC,Repeat,PG)



3:00pm

One Plus One

(CC,Repeat)



3:30pm

Australian Story

(CC,Repeat)



4:00pm

The Cook And The Chef

(CC,Repeat,G)



4:30pm

Eggheads

(CC,Repeat,G)



5:00pm

ABC News: Early Edition

(CC)


5:25pm

Grand Designs Abroad

(CC,Repeat,G)









6:15pm

Pointless

(CC)


A quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong.







7:00pm

ABC News

(CC)


























7:30pm

7.30

(CC)


The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra. #abc730







8:00pm

Would I Lie To You At Christmas

(CC,Repeat,G)

Host Rob Brydon is joined by British comedian Miles Jupp, actress Miranda Hart, actor Stephen Mangan and writer/comedian Barry Cryer for this Christmas-themed episode.








8:30pm

Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries: Murder And The Maiden

(CC,Repeat,M,Violence)

When a high-ranking RAAF officer disappears without explanation from an RAAF Base, Phryne is called upon by an old flame to discreetly solve the mystery. CAST: Essie Davis, Rodger Corser








9:30pm

The Divorce

(CC)


The divorce papers are on their way to the party via courier as Jed makes a speech to the guests and asks them to celebrate the end of a marriage rather than grieve for it. (Concludes tomorrow).







9:55pm

The Musketeers: Commodities

(CC,M,Sexual References, Violence)

The Musketeers are dispatched to Le Havre to collect the infamous merchant trader Bonnaire and bring him back to Paris to be reprimanded for breaking France's trade treaty.








10:50pm

ABC News: Late Edition

(CC)


The latest from ABC News, updating today's top stories plus comprehensive analysis and original reporting from ABC reporters around Australia and the world.







11:05pm

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

(CC)


This Summer Jimmy Fallon makes the move to ABC, bringing big-name celebrity guests, games and music to brighten up your weeknights.







11:50pm

Laid

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language, Sexual References)

In series two of this six-part black comedy, Roo thinks she's found the answer to all her problems when she is introduced to Marcus, a man who is her opposite - everyone he has sex with is healed. CAST: Alison Bell














12:20am

rage

(MA,Rage Warning - Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Drug Use, Horror, Nudity, Sex References, Violence)

Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information go to the rage website or app. #WatchingRage








2:55am

The Midwives: It's Complicated

(CC,Repeat,PG)

Following the midwives at the University Hospital of Wales as they offer additional care.








4:00am

The Musketeers: Commodities

(CC,Repeat,M,Sexual References, Violence)

The Musketeers are dispatched to Le Havre to collect the infamous merchant trader Bonnaire and bring him back to Paris to be reprimanded for breaking France's trade treaty.








5:00am

Compass: Bunbury Cathedral

(CC,Repeat,G)

At a time when churches are being decommissioned and the building of a new cathedral is rare, this is the fascinating story of the making of the new cathedral, in Bunbury WA.








5:30am

Eggheads: Gair Rhydd

(CC,Repeat,G)

A team of challengers take on seven of the greatest quiz show champions for a chance of winning a cash prize. Every time the Eggheads win, that prize increases.


Other States:

Queensland State







6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)








8:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)










Thursday, 10 December 2015


6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)


9:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)


10:00am

Gardening Australia

(CC,Repeat,G)



10:25am

Grand Designs Abroad

(CC,Repeat,G)



11:15am

Pointless

(CC,Repeat)



12:00pm

ABC News At Noon

(CC)


1:00pm

Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight

(CC,Repeat,PG)



2:00pm

The Midwives

(CC,Repeat,PG)Final



3:00pm

One Plus One

(CC,Repeat)



3:30pm

Australian Story

(CC,Repeat)



4:00pm

The Cook And The Chef

(CC,Repeat,G)



4:30pm

Eggheads

(CC,Repeat,G)



5:00pm

ABC News: Early Edition

(CC)


5:25pm

Grand Designs

(CC,Repeat,G)









6:15pm

Pointless

(CC)


A quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong.







7:00pm

ABC News

(CC)








7:30pm

7.30

(CC)


The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. Hosted by Leigh Sales, with political commentary from 7.30 Political Editor Sabra Lane in Canberra. #abc730







8:00pm

QI Christmas Special

(CC,Repeat,PG)

Host Stephen Fry and regular panellist Alan Davies are joined by Brendan O'Carroll, Jo Brand and Phill Jupitus for a festive edition of the comedy quiz.








8:30pm
*Premiere

Special*

Adam Hills: Happyism

(CC,M,Coarse Language, Sexual References)

Adam Hills returns with his brand new stand-up, live show Happyism. Recorded at the London Hammersmith Apollo, Britain’s favourite Aussie comic delivers a first class evening of comedy.








9:20pm

The Divorce

(CC)Final

Jed and Iris step away from the frivolity of their party and remember their joyous times. Their reminiscence anxiously tugs at Jed's resolve to divorce. Does he really want to forsake Iris, the history, the raw attraction?








9:50pm

Please Like Me: Champagne

(CC,M,Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Sexual References)

Josh, Tom, Claire, Ella and Arnold find themselves stuck in the cabin of a giant observation wheel with only jealousy, tension, secrets and champagne to keep them company. CAST: Josh Thomas








10:15pm

ABC News: Late Edition

(CC)


The latest from ABC News, updating today's top stories plus comprehensive analysis and original reporting from ABC reporters around Australia and the world.







10:25pm

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

(CC)


This Summer Jimmy Fallon makes the move to ABC, bringing big-name celebrity guests, games and music to brighten up your weeknights.







11:15pm

Crash Test Mummies And Daddies

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes, Coarse Language)

Five couples from very different backgrounds and lifestyles bring babies into the world and discover unexpected and surprising things about themselves and their partners. #CrashTest








11:45pm

Comedy Up Late: Matt Okine, Anne Edmonds, Pete Holmes, Tina Del Twist

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Sexual References)

The best and biggest performances from the 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival's late night club. This episode includes: Matt Okine, Anne Edmonds, Pete Holmes and Tina Del Twist.








12:15am

rage

(MA,Rage Warning - Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Drug Use, Horror, Nudity, Sex References, Violence)

Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information go to the rage website or app. #WatchingRage








3:00am

The Midwives: Delivery On Demand

(CC,Repeat,PG)Final

Return to the busy maternity ward of Birmingham Women's Hospital for the final episode of the series.








4:00am

Adam Hills: Happyism

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language, Sexual References)

Adam Hills returns with his brand new stand-up, live show Happyism. Recorded at the London Hammersmith Apollo, Britain’s favourite Aussie comic delivers a first class evening of comedy.








5:00am

Compass: A Roof Over Their Heads

(CC,Repeat,G)

Follow the fortunes of three young men who are given a new chance in life by getting a roof over their heads.








5:30am

Eggheads: Roe Park Hackers

(CC,Repeat,G)

A team of challengers take on seven of the greatest quiz show champions for a chance of winning a cash prize. Every time the Eggheads win, that prize increases.


Other States:

Queensland State







6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)








8:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)










Friday, 11 December 2015


6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)


9:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)


10:00am

Gardening Australia

(CC,Repeat,G)



10:25am

Grand Designs

(CC,Repeat,G)



11:15am

Pointless

(CC,Repeat)



12:00pm

ABC News At Noon

(CC)


1:00pm

Adam Hills In Gordon St Tonight

(CC,Repeat,PG)



2:00pm

QI Christmas Special

(CC,Repeat,PG)



2:30pm

Catalyst

(CC,Repeat,G)



3:00pm

One Plus One

(CC)


3:30pm

Australian Story

(CC,Repeat)



4:00pm

The Cook And The Chef

(CC,Repeat,G)



4:30pm

Eggheads

(CC,Repeat,G)



5:00pm

ABC News: Early Edition

(CC)


5:25pm

Grand Designs

(CC,Repeat,G)









6:15pm

Pointless

(CC)


A quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong.







7:00pm

ABC News

(CC)


























7:30pm

7.30

(CC)


The best analysis of local, national and international events from an Australian perspective. #abc730







8:00pm

A Taste Of Landline

(CC)


Highlighting some of the much loved Landline program's most memorable stories with a particular emphasis on food. The ultimate paddock to plate offering, showing just where our produce comes from and where it ends up...







8:30pm

DCI Banks: Cold Is The Grave

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Drug Use, Violence)Final

A case terrifyingly close to home as Banks is asked by his boss Chief Superintendent Gerry Rydell to find his missing teenage daughter. CAST: Stephen Tompkinson








10:00pm

A Moody Christmas: I'm Walt Roskow

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language, Sexual References)

A family rift threatens when Hayden discovers the truth about Dan and Cora. CAST: Patrick Brammall, Ian Meadows, Jane Harber








10:30pm

ABC News: Late Edition

(CC)


The latest from ABC News, updating today's top stories plus comprehensive analysis and original reporting from ABC reporters around Australia and the world.







10:45pm

The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

(CC)


This Summer Jimmy Fallon makes the move to ABC, bringing big-name celebrity guests, games and music to brighten up your weeknights.







11:30pm

rage

(MA,Rage Warning - Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Drug Use, Horror, Nudity, Sex References, Violence)

Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information visit the rage website or download the app. #WatchingRage








5:00am

rage

(CC,PG)


Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information visit the rage website or download the app. #WatchingRage

Other States:

Queensland State







6:00am

ABC News Breakfast

(CC)








8:00am

ABC News Mornings

(CC)










Saturday, 12 December 2015


6:00am

rage

(CC,PG)


Join us as we count down 20 of the most popular videos from the ARIA Singles Chart plus special chart predictions and appearances from some of the most popular acts of today. #WatchingRage







10:30am

rage Guest Programmer

(CC,PG)


Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information go to the rage website or app. #WatchingRage







11:15am

Pointless

(CC,Repeat)

A quiz in which contestants try to score as few points as possible by plumbing the depths of their general knowledge to come up with the answers no-one else could think of. Presented by Alexander Armstrong.








12:00pm

Grand Designs: The English Barn: Berkshire

(CC,Repeat,G)

Follows a couple named the Randolphs as they attempt to build a new home in the style of an old barn near Berkshire.








12:50pm

Restoration Home: One Year On

(CC,Repeat,G)Final

Crumbling, ancient homes are brought back to life as owners restore & convert them into 21st century homes, unravelling the properties' extraordinary past through their architectural & social history. Host: Caroline Quentin








1:50pm

River Cottage Veg Every Day: Bring It On!

(CC,Repeat,G)

Hugh says good-bye to bacon sandwiches and heads out to meet David Bailey, one of the best vegetarian chefs in Britain. David wows Hugh with his Asian-inspired cooking and reassures him that there are good times ahead.








2:40pm

Wild Kitchen With Clayton Donovan

(CC,Repeat,G)

Set in the heart of Gumbaynggirr country, Clayton travels up the Nambucca River and samples some of the country's freshest oysters. Then he meets some incredibly placid buffalo, and takes a canoe tour of extensive wetlands.




















3:05pm

Australia: Land Of Parrots

(CC,Repeat,G)

Discover the beauty, brilliance and behaviour of Australia's most conspicuous birds - parrots and cockatoos. A film by David Parer and Elizabeth Parer-Cook.








4:00pm

Wonders Of Life With Brian Cox: What Is Life?

(CC,Repeat,G)

Professor Brian Cox explores natural history from a physics perspective, revealing how fundamental laws gave birth to life - the most complex, diverse and unique force in the universe.








5:00pm

Outback ER: Circular Saw Accident

(CC,Repeat,PG,This program depicts emergency medical situations.)

Brothers require urgent treatment after they both cut their hands in a freak circular saw accident. Paramedics attend to a child with a suspected spinal injury and a young man has an embarrassing pain in his bottom.








5:30pm

Midsomer Murders: Country Matters

(CC,Repeat,PG)

Controversial plans to build a supermarket in Elverton-cum-Latterly lead to murder when a man is stabbed to death. CAST: John Nettles








7:00pm

ABC News

(CC)








7:30pm

New Tricks: Life Expectancy

(CC,PG)


In the penultimate episode of the final season, a blood-stained bust is uncovered during construction work in a cemetery. The evidence points to the murder of an alternative-medicine practitioner seven years earlier.







8:30pm

Breathless

(CC,M,Violence)Final

A fundraiser & beauty pageant at the hospital brings everyone together. Elizabeth persists in keeping her troubles with Mulligan from Otto; Richard & Jean put on a brave face despite the hurt that brews beneath the surface.








9:20pm

Undeniable

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes,Coarse Language)

In spite of irrefutable evidence, Jane remains convinced that Andrew is guilty. So, when Andrew is reinstated at the hospital where he works as a consultant oncologist, she assaults him publicly at the hospital.




















10:05pm

Happy Valley

(CC,Repeat,M,Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Violence)

Catherine sinks into a deep depression as she learns that Tommy is still at large while the net finally closes in on Kevin. CAST: Sarah Lancashire, Steve Pemberton, Siobhan Finneran.








11:00pm

Agony Aunts: Dating

(CC,Repeat,M,Sexual References)

Our Aunts leads us through the first date, find out how to eat, behave, kiss and even what personal information is best kept to yourself.








11:30pm

Agony Uncles: Dating

(CC,Repeat,M,Coarse Language)

Our Uncles enter the murky world of dating - and share their dating stories as well as giving an insight into how to be a hero on a date.








11:55pm

rage Guest Programmer

(MA,Rage Warning - Adult Themes, Coarse Language, Drug Use, Horror, Nudity, Sex References, Violence)

Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information go to the rage website or app. #WatchingRage








5:00am

rage

(PG)


Wall-to-wall music videos, from new releases to classics and the long-forgotten. Also featuring special guests who program their favourites. For more information visit the rage website or download the app. #WatchingRage







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