Mon Feb 12

[ABC/8:00pm] Australian Story. Inspiring stories of the human spirit.

[ABC/8:30pm] Four Corners. Australia’s premier television investigative journalism program. TV journalism at its best.Four Corners returns with startling insiders’ revelations on power, politics and policing in one of Australia’s toughest unions.

[ABC/9:30pm] Difference of Opinion. Premiere. For 40 years as one of Australia’s best known journalists, Jeff McMullen travelled the world and opened our eyes to some of the world’s most inspiring and horrifying events through his work on 60 Minutes and ABC Television. As the world has changed more profoundly during the past 10 years than arguably the previous 100, Jeff McMullen returns to ABC TV to host a fascinating discussion about Australia’s future. In a new program, Difference of Opinion, airing for 12 weeks from Monday, February 12th at 9.30pm, Jeff McMullen and a panel of free thinkers will exchange a range of views and opinions on the biggest challenges facing Australia today. In front of a lively studio audience each program will tackle a major topic from the global issues of terrorism and climate change to national problems such as health care, housing and how best to educate our children. “As a nation, and as individuals, we face many confronting problems and we intend to help Australia clarify how we can take the right action,” Jeff McMullen says. “Difference of Opinion is about debating bright ideas and bold solutions. With a panel of influential thinkers and a studio audience we will be searching for the common ground to help establish what is best for everyone.” At the heart of the program is a panel of four or five eminent people who will contribute, a vibrant mix of ideas and opinion. Jeff McMullen will have the pivotal role, guiding viewers through the program, facilitating the debate and challenging panellists and audience when appropriate. McMullen is the ideal mediator for Difference of Opinion. He has an first rate reputation as a journalist of ability, integrity and authority

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

[E1/10:00am] Live from the Red Carpet: Grammy Awards

[Arena/12:00pm] BAFTA Awards 2007.

[Ten/2:00pm] Ready Steady Cook. New Series.

[Ten/8:00pm] Bondi Rescue

[Ten/8:30pm] Supernatural. “Simon Said”

[Nine/9:00am] Mornings with Kerri-Anne. New Series.

[Nine/7:30pm] The Code: Crime and Justice.

[Nine/8:35pm] 1 vs 100

[Nine/9:35pm] CSI: NY. Series Return. “Stealing Home.”

[Nine/10:35pm] CSI: NY. Rpt.

[Seven/2:00pm] Special: Johnny Depp: Under His Skin. Eccentric, sensual, bold, and uncompromising, Depp is a master of re-invention, refusing to be typecast and consistently surprising audiences with both his film choices and his offbeat character portrayals.

[Seven/5:30pm] Deal or No Deal. New Series. From 150 contestants one will win their way through to the final round, and the chance to win $200,000. Hosted by ANDREW O’KEEFE.

[Seven/7:30pm] The Rich List. How many Top 50 Australian Sports Stars can you list? In the first of its kind, test your skills against the contestants in this addictive list game where limitless amounts of money can be won. Hosted by ANDREW O’KEEFE.

[Seven/8:30pm] Desperate Housewives. Edie has a hot nephew, a shirtless frat boy named Austin. He tried to hit on Bree’s daughter. This sounds familiar. Bree marries McWacko (where are her kids?) and the reception is interrupted by a blast from the past who accuses Orson of murdering his missus. Bree wants none of it. The other ladies aint so sure. When a detective (the governor from Oz) shows he says the corpse had her teeth stolen. Yikes. Xao Mai goes into labor. Hello timing. Its already feeling like two old plots are being rehashed: dead wives and hot shirtless boys. And Jesse Metcalfe is back!

[Seven/9:30pm] Brothers and Sisters. “An Act Of Will.” After an unexpected death, the family’s lives are turned upside down as they realise that life isn’t always in their control. Meanwhile, Sarah is concerned about the state of the company but has decided to keep it from her brother and sisters for now. Starring CALISTA FLOCKHART, RACHEL GRIFFITHS, SALLY FIELD, RON RIFKIN, BALTHAZAR GETTY, DAVE ANNABLE, MATTHEW RHYS, JOHN PYPER-FERGUSON, PATRICIA WETTIG, SARAH JANE MORRIS, JOSH HOPKINS, KERRIS LILLA DORSEY, MAXWELL PERRY COTTON, MICHAEL BEACH, ANGELA SARGEANT, LUKE MACFARLANE, GEORGE GERDES, CHRIS OWEN, BRENT JENNINGS, ALEXANDER AGATE and HEMKY MADERA.

[Seven/12:00am Tue] Huff. USED, ABUSED & UNENTHUSED.Huff discovers that Teddy is becoming more independent after a conversation he has with Dr. Lena Markova. Beth has a problem with a client at her job. Starring HANK AZARIA, PAGET BREWSTER, OLIVER PLATT, BLYTHE DANNER and ANTON YELCHIN. Guest: Angelica Huston.

[SBS/7:30pm] Top Gear. In this episode Richard test drives the Marcos TSO GT – a retro-modern super-car. The challenged faced by the team this week is to race to Alba in Northern Italy and bring a truffle back to the NatWest Tower in London. James and Richard are in a light aircraft while Jeremy has to make do with a Bugatti Veyron – the fastest, most powerful and most expensive car in the world. (From the UK, in English) (Series) G CC WS

[SBS/9:00pm] Drawn Together – Captain Hero’s Marriage Pact – In tonight’s episode, Captain Hero gets a visit from his ex-girlfriend UFG (Unusually Flexible Girl) who reminds him of their marriage pact once they both hit 30. Meanwhile, Foxxy Love tries to get the Foxxy 5 band back together so they can all reclaim their fame. (From the US, in English) (Animated Comedy Series) MA (A,S) CC WS

[SBS/10:00pm] Shameless. In tonight’s episode, Debbie discovers that her new best friend is everything she wants to be. Debbie also discovers what other girls her age have been getting up to and what she has been missing out on. So when Lip and Ian spoil the fun at her house party, she is fed up with being taken for granted and goes on strike. Meanwhile, a power cut at the Gallagher’s suddenly brings to light Sue’s hidden money troubles. Having clocked up £12,000 worth of debt, she disappears, leaving Marty, more in love than ever, to deal with the debt collectors in the only way he knows how. Stars David Threlfall, Maggie O’Neill, Gerard Kearns and Johnny Bennett. (From the UK, in English) (Drama Series) (Part 7) MA (L,S,A) CC WS

[SBS/12:45am Tue] Queer As Folk – When Mike discovers that David is not cashing the monthly cheques he has been giving him, he is furious. Meanwhile, Justin is bullied by a fellow student and his teacher turns a blind eye. Determined to stand up for himself and be proactive, Justin tries to set up a gay-straight alliance. Stars Hal Sparks, Gale Harold, Randy Harrison and Thea Gill. (From the US, in English) (Drama Series) MA (L,S,A) (Rpt) CC WS

[Arena/8:30pm] BAFTA Awards 2007. Rpt.

[MTV/8:00pm] Monday Night’s a Bitch. How Channel TEN!

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