[Nine/1:00pm] The Catch-Up. Premiere. Live. The Catch-Up covers the hottest topics of the day in news, entertainment, lifestyle, beauty, fashion and gossip – all the up-todate information that’s important to Australian women. Join the Catch-Up panellists Libby Gore, Zoe Sheridan, Mary Moody, and Lisa Oldfield for their insights on topics such as health, career, relationships while providing a good laugh and some light-hearted gossip. Relax! It’s time to catch up.
[Nine/2:00pm] Days of Our Lives. New time.
[Nine/7:30pm] 79TH Annual Academy Awards. The Oscars Red Carpet Arrivals
[Nine/8:00pm] 79TH Annual Academy Awards. Hosted by Ellen de Generes!
[ABC/6:30pm] Talking Heads: Helen Reddy. Peter Thompson, one of this country’s most respected interviewers, invites along some of the most fascinating people in the country and records their conversation in the stunning Brisbane Powerhouse.
[ABC/8:00pm] Australian Story. More than three years ago, 13 year old Daniel Morcombe disappeared from the side of a busy Sunshine Coast road, sparking the largest police investigation in Queensland’s history.
[ABC/8:30pm] Four Corners. This report from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation investigates the campaign to deny the science of global warming and slow international action against it. “The Denial Machine”.
[ABC/9:20pm] Media Watch
[ABC/9:35pm] Difference Of Opinion. Education debate. Jeff McMullen hosts a lively discussion with a panel of influential thinkers debating the bright ideas and bold solutions to the big issues confronting Australia.
[Seven/7:30pm] The Rich List. How many ‘John Grisham’ novels 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. “Like It Was.” Mike has memory relapse. Well duh, this is soap. Edie’s there to fill in the blanks, painting Susan as a liar and stalker. Susan is the last to learn he has awoken, and finally the guilt hits. She hightails it back to town only to learn Mike is very, very miffed. Lynette has a pointless story about her kid losing at baseball so she bribes a child pitcher. Carlos moves back in to Gabby’s home. They fight lots. I think they’re in love. Andrew who was “on drama camp” did favours for the town doctor. Oh my. I’m not sure how old Andrew is, but this is borderline paedophilia in suburbia. ‘Happiness’ anyone? Attitudes in this ep waver between outrage to, “where’s the harm.” Get me Oprah.
[Seven/9:30pm] Brothers and Sisters. It’s every gay man’s worst nightmare. Becoming the “plus one” of your newly-deceased mother while other siblings carry on their lives. To make matters worse, Kevin bumps into the guy he was supposed to call at the movies. And Sally Field stupidly suggests they all sit together. There’s a funny line about “being too young to enjoy the pleasures of spitting into someone else’s mouth.” Still feels like an Arthur Miller / Tennessee Williams kitchen sink drama. Sally rants again. And I love it.
[Seven/10:30pm] Boston Legal. New Kids On The Block .New partner Jeffrey Coho takes on his first case at the Boston firm involving a murdered judge. Alan finds Claire’s attitude towards people somewhat harsh as they both defend a transvestite who was fired for using the ladies’ room. Meanwhile, Denny’s blind date reveals his bigotry which comes back to haunt him. Starring WILLIAM SHATNER, CANDICE BERGEN, JAMES SPADER, RENE AUBERJONOIS, MARK VALLEY and JULIE BOWEN.
[Seven/12:30am Tue] Huff. So… What Brings You To Armageddon? Huff’s father decides that he will extend his stay, and some family members feel he is wearing out his welcome. Byrd offends some people with his latest art project. Starring HANK AZARIA, PAGET BREWSTER, OLIVER PLATT, BLYTHE DANNER and ANTON YELCHIN.
[SBS/7:30pm] Top Gear. This series continues to be a high octane mix of performance cars, adrenalin, comedy and celebrities. The series continues to test drive and brutally appraise the world’s most popular cars with startling honesty. With Jeremy, James and Richard being egged on by a studio audience, the seventh series features even more wild and wacky motoring feats. In tonight’s episode, the team have another look at some of their favourite super-cars. (From the UK, in English) PG CC WS
[SBS/9:00pm] Drawn Together. Super Nanny. Upon seeing the reality TV show Super Nanny, Captain Hero purposefully acts out so he can summon Super Nanny and challenge her once and for all. Meanwhile, Ling Ling tries to get his driver’s licence. When he fails miserably, Wooldoor helps him become more “Americanised” so he can pass. (From the US, in English) MA (A,S,V) CC WS
[SBS/12:45am Tues] Queer As Folk. In tonight’s episode, Ted meets up with Blake and Brian gets a rude shock. Stars Chris Potter, Hal Sparks and Gale Harold. (From the US, in English) MA (L,S,A) (Rpt) CC WS
[Showtime/8:30pm] Love My Way. New Series. Double episode. See First Review.
[World Movies/8:30pm] The Eye 2 (Thailand)