Tue July 17

[Nine/7:30pm] Things To Try Before You Die. Premiere.
[Nine/8:30pm] CSI Miami. Rpt.
[Nine/9:30pm] Victoria Beckham: Coming to America.
[Nine/10:30pm] Extreme Makeover. Series Return.

[Seven/7:30pm] RSPCA Animal Rescue. Premiere. Follow RSPCA inspectors as they rescue, protect and prevent cruelty to the animals of Australia. In tonight’s episode, inspectors save some abandoned sheep running wild in an industrial lot, left unshorn for over two years the weight of their wool has stopped them in their tracks. Meanwhile, a cat saved by the RSPCA when found dying of a tick bite is reunited with its owners after being missing for two years and a Labrador puppy is rescued after being discovered beaten and hurt. Hosted by ANTHONY FIELD.
[Seven/8:0pm] Medical Emergency. New Series. A brand new series of amazing stories about ordinary Aussies experiencing extraordinary medical situations at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Tonight, we follow Paramedics who are fighting peak hour traffic in Melbourne as they respond to a Code 1 Emergency when a two-year-old girl has been run over by her father’s car in the family’s driveway. Meanwhile, a young woman comes into hospital with a nasty infection in her breast and a Jehovah Witness must make a life-threatening decision. Will his religious beliefs complicate his precarious situation? Narrated by CHRIS GABARDI.
[Seven/8:30pm] All Saints. ONE MOMENT IN TIME. Dan gets so caught up in a patient’s tragic story that he makes an uncharacteristic error. Bart wonders if his medical career is over when he performs a procedure he’s not authorized to do. Mike and Frank lead the ED in miraculously saving the lives of a mother and son who have fallen through the floor of a disused silo. But who is the mystery man found at the same locale?
[Seven/9:30pm] Crossing Jordan. D.O.A. When an odd man wanders into Woody’s office and claims there has been a murder, Woody and Dr Jordan learn that the man is the one that was murdered. The man reveals that he was given a slow acting poison that will inevitably kill him. His only request is to find his missing daughter before he dies and Dr Jordan and Woody agree to help. Nigel and Kate team up to solve the murder of two magicians that have seemingly killed each other. Bug makes a decision that will change Lily’s and his lives. Starring JILL HENNESSY, JERRY O’CONNELL, KATHRYN HAHN, RAVI KAPOOR, STEVE VALENTINE, MIGUEL FERRER and BROOKE SMITH.
[Seven/10:30pm] Standoff. Series Return. PEER GROUP. Believing his sons have been tormented by school bullies and are planning a counterattack, a distraught father contacts the CNU after he finds notebooks and blueprints of his sons’ school. Matt and Emily arrive too late to stop the boys, who have already kidnapped the bullies, and are torturing them and broadcasting it on the internet. Starring RON LIVINGSTON, ROSEMARIE DEWITT, GINA TORRES, JOSE PABLO CANTILLO, MICHAEL CUDLITZ and RAQUEL ALESSI.

[Ten/7:30pm] All New Simpsons. “Crook And Ladder”
[Ten/8:30pm] NCIS.
“Brothers In Arms”
[Ten/9:30pm] Numb3rs.
“In Plain Sight” Megan feels responsible for an agent’s death following an explosion at a meth house the FBI had targeted for a bust. When the kingpin eludes capture, it’s discovered he may also be involved in child pornography when one of the photographs on his computer turns out to be a young girl in a sexually explicit position. The picture sends Charlie on a crusade of his own, as he remembers a girl he knew as a young child that he suspected was being abused, and he’s determined to save the little girl in the picture.

[ABC/9:20pm] Foreign Correspondent
[ABC/10:00pm] The Venice Biennale
[ABC/12:35am Wed] M2F: A Journey In Gender Identity Through interviews this program looks at male-to-female transsexual women. Rpt.

[SBS/7:30pm] The Art of Picking Up in Paris. Twenty-eight-year-old Sophie lives in the city of lights, the city of love – Paris. She is single and desperately trying to meet Mr Right. To help her in her quest, she decides to get some tips from local experts, of both sexes, on the art of picking up. The Art of Picking Up in Paris screens on SBS Television, Tuesday, July 17 at 7.30pm, following on from Bastille Day. Throughout the program Sophie, and the television viewer, meet a diverse bunch of Parisians, straight and gay, who all have their particular techniques for wooing a potential partner. Sophie meets Sherif, whose usual haunt is the Champs Elysees. But, as Sophie soon discovers, Sherif dreams of eventually marrying a nice Muslim virgin. Philippe relies on his Porsche and macho good looks to impress the ladies. And, surprisingly, it seems to work. But what he’s really looking for, as Sophie soon learns, is a shoulder to cry on. And so it goes – boys and girls on the prowl who mostly end up alone and depressed. The results don’t seem promising for Sophie. As her quest draws to an end Sophie finds herself still single and still looking for Mr Right.
[SBS/8:30pm] Cutting Edge: The Invisible War – Starting more than a year ago, Wolfgang Bergmann is taking a look at the phenomenon of the so-called “non-lethal-weapons”. Since the implosion of the Cold War mainly the USA has been developing new, intelligent weapons without intentional lethal effects. Rubber balls, OC-gas, electroshock pepper spray, microwaves, stink bombs, pulsed energy weapons and many more. (From Germany, in English and Russian, English subtitles) (Documentary) (2006) WS CC

[Showtime/8:30pm] The Virgin Queen.

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