Tue Jan 16

[E!/9:00am] Countdown to the Red Carpet

[E!/10:00am] Live From the Red Carpet: 2007 Golden Globes Awards

[Ten/8:30pm] 2007 Golden Globes. As E! is only doing the Red Carpet, this is the only place to see the awards ceremony, even if they are delayed, edited highlights.

[Ten/8:30pm] The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards

[ABC/8:00pm] The Queen’s Cavalry : The Sharp End Gunners in the armed regiment go to shooting school and the 12 new boys in the riding course will either make the grade or fail.

[ABC/8:30pm] The Bill. A man charged with criminal damage confesses to the murder of his wife. CAST: TJ Ramini, Wendy Kweh

[ABC/9:25pm] Bodies. Rob Lake discovers it is his career that is on the line and not that of the incompetent Roger Hurley. CAST: Susan Lynch, Patrick Balardi

[Nine/11:15pm] Penn and Teller: BS. Profanity. Penn and Teller devote the entire episode to the cultural war on words and the power we give them. they focus on the latest actions of the FCC and other anti-profanity groups that subvert the First Amendment in their quest to clean up the airwaves. Frequent Very Coarse Language [L]

[SBS/8:30pm] Cutting Edge: How To Buy An Election – In a stunning 1994 interview, shortly after the now infamous Republican revolution, Tom De Lay sat down and laid out his vision for America – to destroy the Department of Education, HUD, OSHA, the NEH, the NEA, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Energy. His self-stated goal was to “completely redesign government.” This documentary is the story of how he did just that. It is the story of one of the most blatant power grabs in American history, and how a District Attorney in Texas turned out to be the biggest threat to the national De Lay Machine. This film looks at how easy it was for the American democracy to be hijacked by a combination of relentless ambition and corporate millions. (From the US, in English) M CC WS

[Fox8/7:30pm] Dangerous. Premiere. Khan Chittenden is outstanding as the anti-hero in this western suburbs take on Romeo and Juliet in Sydney. Brooke Satchwell plays an eastern subs princess snooping around amongst the ram-raid gangs and finding herself caught up in a world she doesn’t fully understand. David Caesar directs this at full speed. With flashy cars, an edgy rebellious cast and hand held cameras it feels more like The Fast and The Furious or Head On. Foxtel will reap a lot of plaudits for this, and it deserves a big cable audience. I really enjoyed it.

[Biography/10:30pm] Pretty Boys

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