Mon Apr 2
[Seven/7:30pm] The Rich List. How many known Dinosaur names can you list?
[Seven/8:30pm] Desperate Housewives. “Beautiful Girls.” Susan and Ian’s relationship goes to the next level. Gabrielle takes a shot at training potential young beauty queens. Lynette decides to check out her mysterious new neighbour. With his mother living in the Hodge house temporarily, another part of Orson’s past is revealed.
[Seven/9:30pm] Brothers and Sisters. “Mistakes Were Made Pt 2” Sarah, Tommy and Kevin hit the road in search of William’s lost treasure and discover his most shocking secret. Justin returns from the hospital and makes a startling revelation about his enlistment. Guest starring Rob Lowe and Treat Williams.
[Seven/10:30pm] Boston Legal. TRICK OR TREAT. Denise begins a bizarre search for the remains of her fiancé, who has been scattered around the country, and Alan once again must defend Jerry Espenson, who is accused of purgery. Meanwhile, Jeffrey Coho is sued by Lincoln Meyer for defamation of character in the Judge Hooper trial, and a meeting between Denny and Bethany’s mother leads to an unexpected reunion.
[Seven/11:30pm] Heroes. CHAPTER NINE ‘HOMECOMING’. As H.R.G. tries to protect his daughter by any means, Claire’s high school Homecoming celebration turns into a frightening night for many. Nathan and Simone work together to find Isaac’s painting for Peter, but this key to the future could lead to tragedy. Hiro travels back in time to right an upsetting wrong. Suresh’s dreams draw him back to his father’s research. Guest starring NORA ZEHETNER. Rpt.
[Seven/12:30pm] Huff. BLACK SHADOWS. Huff and Russell’s friendship is in danger of ending for good. Izzy decides Byrd needs discipline of the physical kind.
[Ten/12:00pm] Charmed. Series Return. “Kill Billie, Vol 1” The Charmed Ones find themselves stuck in the Underworld attempting to restore the reputations that Billie and Christy helped tarnish.
[Ten/7:00pm] The Biggest Loser.
[Ten/8:00pm] Bondi Rescue.
[Ten/8:30pm] Supernatural. Rpt.
[SBS/7:30 pm] Mythbusters – Concrete Glider – In this episode Adam and Jamie test the old engineering challenge that like a lead balloon, you can’t make a concrete glider fly. Will this myth plummet like a stone? In the meantime, Kari, Grant and Tori go to amazing lengths to find out just how dangerous it is to stand too close to the edge of a train platform – could you be sucked off the platform by a moving train? And is there any difference between freight and passenger trains? (From the US, in English) (Documentary Series) PG CC WS
[SBS/8:30pm] South Park – Manbearpig – Al Gore visits South Park Elementary, and talks about the terrible Manbearpig, who roams the Earth. Manbearpig is “half man, half bear, half pig.” After the boys’ basketball game is interrupted by another visit from Gore, who is disguised (poorly) as the Manbearpig, Randy says the former American Vice President is just desperate for attention, because he has no friends. (From The US, in English) (Animated Comedy Series) M (S,A) CC
[SBS/9:00 pm] Pizza World Record – In this episode the Pizza Crew visit many great Amsterdam sights: the sex museum, the marijuana museum, the marijuana college, and the Heineken brewery. Pauly can’t believe that dope is legal, and Habib makes himself right at home. Unfortunately, when Habib feeds Pauly and Katrina space cakes; they trip out and lose the hot bag! Is this the end of their world record attempt? (Commissioned by SBS Independent, in English) (Comedy Series) (Part 3) M (D,A,S) CC WS
[SBS/10:00 pm] Wilfred – Dogs Of War – Sarah is aware of the growing tension between Wilfred and Adam and calls a meeting. She demands a ceasefire. Adam apologises to Wilfred and Wilfred graciously accepts it. It seems like they’re all friends, but as soon as Sarah’s back is turned Wilfred threatens to tear out Adam’s throat. A silent but deadly psychological war is waged behind Sarah’s back. The potential for explosive violence is at every corner. (Commissioned by SBS Independent, in English) (Comedy Series) MA (L,S) CC WS
[SBS/1:15 am Tue] Queer As Folk – In this episode Lindsay’s sister is getting married for the third time and Lindsay and Melanie take Ted and Em as their partners to the wedding so as not to upset anyone. However, when Lindsay is asked to give a speech, she mentions Melanie in a way that shocks her parents, sister and all the guests. (From the US, in English) (Drama Series) (Rpt) MA (L,S,A) CC WS
[ABC/8:00pm] Australian Story. Jan Ruff-O’Herne first told her shocking story on Australian Story in 2001 – a secret that took her 50 years to come to terms with before finally, she revealed it in a letter to her two daughters. An idyllic childhood in Java was brought to an abrupt end by the Japanese occupation during Word War Two. Aged 21, she was taken from her family and repeatedly abused, beaten and raped – forced to be a sex slave for the Japanese military.
[ABC/8:30pm] Four Corners looks at Hicks’s guilty plea and the reasons behind it. What admissions has he made to US and Australian investigators at Guantánamo? Reporter Debbie Whitmont delves into evidence which, as a result of the guilty plea, will now never be tested in court.
[ABC/9:20pm] Media Watch
[ABC/9:35pm] Difference Of Opinion. What’s causing the fear and friction between muslims and non-muslims in Australia? Can Islam work in our secular society or will there always be conflict? And what attitudes need to change to smooth the path ahead?
[ABC/12:25am Tue] Movie: Quest For Love (UK 1971) After an experiment goes wrong, a young physicist finds himself leading a different life in a parallel world. CAST: Tom Bell, Joan Collins, Denholm Elliot. Rpt.
[Nine/8:35pm] 1 vs 100.
[Nine/10:35pm] Footy Classified. Premiere. Football is set for a shake-up when the games biggest names and agenda-setters lock horns on Footy Classified for a provocative look at the AFL. One of the game’s greatest players, Wayne Carey, joins football writer Caroline Wilson, commentator Garry Lyon and Nine’s new AFL editor, Craig Hutchison to tackle the sport’s burning issues. Selected markets.
[Showtime/8:30pm] Brotherhood. Premiere. Brotherhood, a Showtime original series, follows the lives of two brothers in the Providence, Rhode Island Irish-American neighborhood known as “The Hill”. The blue-collar neighborhood has roots in old-world ways of street justice and shady dealings. Tommy Caffee (Jason Clarke) is a family man and local politician who is out to protect the community and its best interests. His world is turned around when his gangster brother Mike (Jason Isaacs) returns to “The Hill” to regain control of the seedy underworld. Brotherhood’s name was changed twice while it was being worked on, the other two names were: Down City and The Hill.
[Movie Extra/7:00pm] Movie: In and Out (US 1997)
[Ovation/7:30pm] Dusty Springfield live at Royal Albert Hall