Tues July 10

[Showtime/8:30pm] The Virgin Queen. Premiere.
[World Movies/8:30pm] Spellbound (US 2002)

[ABC/8:00pm] Carbon Cops : The Students. Can the Carbon Cops find cheap and easy solutions to help three cash-poor student renters reduce their carbon emissions?
[ABC/9:20pm] Foreign Correspondent
[ABC/10:00pm] jtv’s One Night Stand In Cowra. This documentary follows the behind-the-scenes drama that occurred in the town of Cowra as locals pulled together triple j’s One Night Stand – the biggest concert the town has ever seen.

[Seven/7:30pm] It Takes Two. Final.
[Seven/9:30pm] All Saints. BODIES IN MOTION. When a father and son are brought in after a horror MVA, Frank and Von make a terrible discovery. Bart and Erica are challenged by a post-operative patient who refuses to comply with her recovery requirements. Having tested himself last week, Mike is ready to embrace the ups and downs of life which makes Jack nervous. Charlotte has difficulty coming to terms with a major change of direction in Vincent’s life.
[Seven/10:30pm] Grey’s Anatomy: Every Moment Counts. Hosted by JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN, this one hour special event takes you back to your favourite episodes of Seven’s hit series, Grey’s Anatomy. Relive the moments that made you laugh, made you cry and made you wonder how you ever survived without it!

[Ten/7:30pm] All New Simpsons. “The Boys of Bummer.” Bart becomes a hometown hero when he makes the game-winning catch at his Little League game. Meanwhile, Homer runs into some luck, when an impressed store owner hires him as a salesman.
[Ten/8:30pm] NCIS. Rpt.
[Ten/9:30pm] Numb3rs. “End of Watch.”

[Nine/7:30pm] Crime and Justice.
[Nine/8:30pm] CSI: Miami. Rpt.
[Nine/12:00am Wed] Movie: Detroit Rock City (US 1999)

[SBS/8:30pm] Traders’ Dreams. Screening on SBS television in the Cutting Edge timeslot, Tuesday, July 10 at 8.30pm, is Traders’ Dreams. This film looks at the world as a global department store: five astounding stories from different corners of the globe, stories of winners and losers, of trading and hoping, of success and promise – and an illuminating expedition into the heart of eBay headquarters…More than 200 million people use eBay, the largest Internet auction house worldwide. Each day, hundreds more join those ranks, ready to change their lives and find happiness in the world of virtual commerce. Filmmakers Marcus Vetter and Stefan Tolz spent more than a year observing people in their attempts to fulfil their eBay dreams: in Borna in Saxony, Germany, on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, in a village in the Mexican desert – the idea of a direct marketplace where anyone can buy and sell at anytime is popular throughout the world. In California, we meet “Uncle Griff,” the legendary host of the eBay Radio Show, and author of the eBay Bible. The camera follows Griff during eBay Live, the annual world congress of the “community” and thus provides an informative look behind the scenes. In Hangzhou, on the east coast of China, a successful businessman named Jack Ma and his company Alibaba have already eclipsed the Chinese division of eBay – and now he wants to compete with the Americans on the world market. Traders’ Dreams interweaves personal eBay stories with a global finance thriller in a surprising and entertaining fashion. It’s about the philosophy behind the eBay system and how eBay affects the future of the trading business globally. How close are we to realizing the phenomenal dream of a system in which everyone can win?

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