Programming

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Nine is set to go in hard against AFL football with a premiere of the movie Happy Feet.
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Paul Abbott's dysfunctional family is back for its sixth series on SBS later this month.
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Nine's outspoken AFL panel show (the other one) will return to Monday nights with new recruit Grant Thomas.
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It isn't often a network decides to try its luck moving a late night show to a premium 8pm slot.
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As expected Seven's new true-life crime series will replace Gangs of Oz from next week.
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If this isn't one of the most bizarre line ups all year: Maxine McKew, Noeline Brown, John Symonds and Mr. "Noooo Bingo."
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John Wood, Peter O'Brien, Leanna Walsman and Geoff Morrell will bring to life historic colonial figures in ABC's new docudrama.
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On the eve of the government’s climate change legislation, Four Corners looks at the relentless lobbying campaign by environmentalists and industry.
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Ken Sutcliffe is back but will be joined by guest hosts Grant Hackett, Adam Gilchrist, Giaan Rooney and Michael Slater.
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Move over Alaskan blokes from Deadliest Catch, Scotland's Trawlermen are coming.
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Australian Story will repeat a profile of disabled activist Matt Laffan, who died in Sydney on March 1st.