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Thu Apr 26

[Ten/12:00pm] Charmed. Final. “Forever Charmed” Piper and Leo, with help from Coop’s ring, must travel back in time to change the events that lead to the deaths of Piper’s sisters. Meanwhile, Billie uses her power of projection to do the same thing; many familiar faces gather to help Piper in her time of need.
[Ten/7:30pm] The Biggest Loser. Final.
[Ten/9:30pm] Law & Order: Criminal Intent Rpt. (2004 episode).

[Seven/11:00am] Moonlighting. GUNFIGHT AT THE SO-SO CORAL.
David and Maddie accept a simple assignment to find a man’s son. Unknown to them, the son is a hired killer who’s out to get his father. Special guest star TIM ROBBINS. Also starring CYBILL SHEPHERD, BRUCE WILLIS, ALLYCE BEASLEY and CURTIS ARMSTRONG. Rpt.
[Seven/8:30pm] Lost. STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND. A power play ensues between Jack and ‘The Others’ as Juliet’s future hangs in the balance. Meanwhile, Kate, Sawyer and Karl continue on their journey away from ‘Alcatraz’. How will they cope after leaving Jack behind?
[Seven/9:30pm] The Amazing Race. I’M SORRY I’M WEARING A BATHING SUIT. IT IS VERY WEIRD. Teams must complete a two and a half-mile white water rafting course through raging rapids, throwing one racer to the wild river as their team mate watches helplessly. Hosted by PHIL KEOGHAN.
[Seven/10:30pm] Family Guy. PETER’S TWO DADS. After Peter’s dad dies, Thelma tells him that his real father actually lives in Ireland. So Peter and Brian decide to head there in search of his father, who ends up being the town drunk.
[Seven/11:30pm] Stargate Atlantis. CRITICAL MASS. SGC discover that The Trust has placed a bomb in Atlantis that will go off when Atlantis dials Earth. Daedelus must warn Atlantis and the team must find the traitor in their midst. Guest starring BEAU BRIDGES.

[ABC/8:30pm] Andrew Denton’s Gallipoli: Brothers in Arms. Why are more Australians drawn to the shores of Gallipoli each year? The Dawn Service at Anzac Cove, once a modest gathering of souls, has become an event on a scale that rivals the original invasion. The gentle, grassy slopes of this Turkish landmark are thronged with the relatives of those who fought and died, veterans of other conflicts, the merely curious, and a generation of backpackers paying their respects as they circle the globe. In 2006, Andrew Denton went to meet some of these pilgrims, to listen to their stories, to ask why they had made the journey and what they were learning from it. Focusing on the war-time experiences of three pairs of brothers, as told by the families who remember them, Andrew returned with a portrait of a special place, which then as now, is crucial to our understanding of ourselves and our nation. John Boyden’s great uncles fought at Gallipoli. John is from Sydney and he is the first of the Boyden family to see where these two brothers went to war. In 1914, the Boyden brothers were unlikely heroes: 22-year-old Stewart Boyden was an accountant, and Rex, – only 18 – worked for a tobacco company. When war broke out, they were keen to enlist. Father and daughter Alf and Fiona Gardiner are from Brisbane. Alf’s father and uncle were amongst the first Australians to land at Gallipoli. Dick Gardiner and his older brother Alf had grown up around the Melbourne docks, close mates. When war broke out they were 2,500 kilometres apart, but they both enlisted on the spot. Alf went into the 9th Battalion, Dick joined the 7th. They spent the next months trying to transfer together. Jack and Percy Thompson were working in the timber mills south of Perth when war broke out. Jack was keen to enlist. Percy wasn’t interested. So Jack joined up alone. But in time Percy would fight at Gallipoli as well. The Thompson boys were not big letter-writers, but the story of their Gallipoli was passed on in its own way.
[ABC/11:35pm] Live At The Basement : Jon Stevens. Rpt.

[Nine/7:30pm] Getaway
[Nine/8:30pm] Missing Persons Unit

[SBS/10:00pm] VH1 Illustrated – Our Time Pervs – In tonight’s episode, Bill Clinton, Pee Wee Hermann and Larry Flynt go back to the year 1995 to try to prevent Bill having oral sex with Monica Lewinsky; John Kerry comes out with a new video game called Pro Snowboarder; Donald Rumsfeld develops a new fragrance which smells like a sweaty collection of a man’s testicular region called “Balls”; Samuel L. Jackson is in a TV commercial; and Ron Jeremy’s Living Show deals with life after pornography. (From the USA, in English) (Comedy Series) M (L,A,S)

[SBS/11:35pm] Movie: Monday Morning – (Lundi Matin) – A smash hit at the Berlin Film Festival, a quiet, observational comedy about everyday life. Vincent is fifty, lives in a French village and works at a local factory. Vincent’s true passion is painting but he doesn’t have much time to give to it. After a drunken evening and an encounter with a transvestite who lives with two huge rats, Vincent finds a job on a ship and starts his journey around the world, sending watercolours postcards home. Directed by Otar Iosseliani and stars Jacques Bidou, Otar Iosseliani. (From France, in French and Italian, English subtitles) (Comedy) (2002) PG WS

[31/10:30pm] Studio Q. Discusses women and online dating with one of the Pink Sofa staff members. Hear from a couple who met online, who tell us their experiences of online dating – the pros and cons, how it compares to meeting through more traditional routes, etc. We also have a couple of short interviews with the Melbourne Rainbow Band and the Melbourne Gay and Lesbian Chorus.

[CI/7:30pm] The Wanda Beach Murders and The Beaumont Children Mystery

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