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Sun, Sea & Bargain Spotting: Alba

This series gives people the chance to go to Europe and make money from the local antiques markets in some of the world’s most picturesque towns.

Each episode features host Angela Rippon, shopping in sunny European destinations with two bargain-hunters who are each accompanied by an antiques expert. This episode sees the team trawling a flea market in the Northern Italian town of Alba.

Bargain-hunters, Linda and Lynnette, are given 350 pounds ($730) each and are set the challenge of buying at least 10 items with the help of antiques experts, Mark Franks and Jonty Hearnden.

On their return to the UK, with their newly acquired purchases, they compete with each other to make the most money and hopefully, a profit.

The winner who makes the biggest profit is rewarded with a prize.

Bargain Hunt meets Getaway in this unique program, providing both an insight into some of the world’s most picturesque towns with the added objective of buying and selling antiques.

Wednesday, 27 May 2009

9:30pm

Should I Smoke Dope?

It’s Britain’s most open secret. Even though it’s illegal, over 15 million people have tried it – including a third of all British teenagers and, by their own admission, a select group of Government ministers. But in the press there are more and more scare stories about the effects of the drug, and there’s growing debate about whether cannabis should be reclassified as a class B drug.

In Should I Smoke Dope? Nicky Taylor, immersive journalist and single mum, embarks on a fact-finding mission to discover more about cannabis. Her journey mimics most people’s first foray into cannabis culture – and is both funny and sometimes frightening.

In order to separate the science from the fiction, Nicky takes a trip to Amsterdam where she helps out in a coffee shop selling cannabis, and discovers firsthand what the effects of cannabis are on everyday life.

Back in the UK, Nicky finds out about the genetically modified cannabis skunk, which is cheap and increasingly sold on the streets. Nicky takes part in a groundbreaking medical trial to find out whether the drug can make you mad; is it worse than alcohol; and stronger than it used to be? Her month long experience is both disturbing and revealing.


Thursday, 28 May 2009

10:00pm

Peep Show: Burgling


David Mitchell and Robert Webb return for another series of the award-winning sitcom which follows the domestic adventures of Mark and Jeremy, two flatmates living in south London.

The fifth season of Peep Show sees Mark and Jeremy still sharing the same flat, but both entering their 30s with failed marriages behind them, few prospects, and a sense of impending crisis.

In this episode, Mark (David Mitchell) rediscovers single life after his disastrous wedding to Sophie, and he and Jeremy (Robert Webb) become victims of crime.


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Thursday April 30

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5:05pm The Cook And The Chef

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9:30pm The Graham Norton Show

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Saturday May 02

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8:00pm At The Movies

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Monday May 04

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8:30pm Good Game

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Thursday May 07

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5:35pm ABC Fora

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8:30pm The Gruen Transfer

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Friday May 08

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6:00pm Compass: Alexander McCall Smith: The No 1 Ladies’ Man

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Monday May 11

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11:25pm TBA

Friday May 15

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4:30pm The New Inventors

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Saturday May 16

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6:05pm The New Inventors

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Sunday May 17

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7:00pm Artscape: Adam Elliot In Conversation

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Monday May 18

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5:30pm Can We Help?

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Wednesday May 20

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8:30pm Beyond Boundaries: Across The Andes

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Friday May 22

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5:30pm Catalyst

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8:30pm Spectacle: Elvis Costello With...Herbie Hancock

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Program Guide

Sunday, 24 May 2009

7:00


Classic Albums: The Band: The Band

(CC, Repeat, G)

A track-by-track look at The Band's eponymous album, released in 1969. Features in-depth interviews with the group as well as other well-known musicians including George Harrison and Eric Clapton.








8:00

Zoo Days

(CC, Repeat, G)

An entertaining wildlife series following the engaging characters, both animal and human, at two of Britain's largest zoos.








8:20

Zoo Days

(CC, Repeat, G)

An entertaining wildlife series following the engaging characters, both animal and human, at two of Britain's largest zoos.








8:45

Creature Comforts: Sport!

(CC, Repeat, G)

Nature's natural athletes discuss survival of the fittest and other fantastic feats. Romantics reveal the art of seduction and the perils of falling in love. And, nocturnal critters shed light on the workings of the night shift.








8:55

A Place In Slovakia

(CC, Repeat, G)

David and Ann want to buy a chateau in Slovakia and convert it into a boutique hotel. After several false starts, they finally find the right chateau, but nothing else is straightforward.








9:20

Scrapheap Challenge: Missile Launcher

(CC, Repeat, G)

This Emmy-nominated hit entertainment program features two opposing teams who have just one day to build incredible machines using only the materials they find on a scrap heap.








10:10

Scrapheap Challenge: Bridging Machines

(CC, Repeat, G)

This Emmy-nominated hit entertainment program features two opposing teams who have just one day to build incredible machines using only the materials they find on a scrap heap.








11:00

Beautiful Noise: Stars Of Track And Field

(CC, G)


A series of thirty-three intimate, live concerts with exceptional artists and bands all performing in the Berkley Church in Toronto. This episode features Stars Of Track And Field.







11:55

London Live

(CC, Repeat, PG)

Recorded in London's flamboyant, stylish and historic music venue KOKO, London Live showcases the biggest and best album releases. Hosted by Joe Mace.







12:30

Red Dwarf: The End

(CC, Repeat, G)

The mining ship Red Dwarf is an old tramp steamer mining around the moons of Saturn. It's five miles long and three miles wide, with a crew of 169. Within 24 hours 168 of them will be dead. CAST: Chris Barrie, Craig Charles








1:00

Red Dwarf: Future Echoes

(CC, Repeat, G)

The crew begin to experience visions from their own future. Sadly for Lister his future appears to include being reduced to his component atoms by a rather large explosion. CAST: Craig Charles








1:30

Planet Rock Profiles: Craig David

(CC, Repeat, G)

Planet Rock Profiles is the planet's leading series of in-depth profiles of major recording artists. This episode features pop sensation Craig David.








1:55

James Brown: Live In Montreux 1981

(CC, Repeat, G)

Among the significant elements of James Brown's career were his electrifying live shows. His performances at Montreux in 1981 are evidence.








3:20

Festival: Folk Music At Newport 1963 - 1966

(CC, Repeat, PG)

Murray Lerner's film Festival! is a cinematic synthesis of four Newport Folk Festivals from 1963-1966. Featuring Bob Dylan's notorious first 'electric' live performances; and other greats including Joan Baez and Johnny Cash.








5:00

Pop[b]session: Session 1: While My Guitar Gently Weeps

(CC, Repeat, G)

Documents rock and pop's greatest instruments and instrumentalists. The first episode features guitar; and the godfather of electric guitar, Les Paul is interviewed.








6:00

ABC Fora

(CC)


Hosted by Tony Jones, this program is dedicated to showcasing the best and most interesting talks, lectures, public addresses and debates in Australia and around the world.







7:00

Artscape: Artists At Work: Josh Yeldham

(CC, Repeat, G)

We follow painter Joshua Yeldham as he creates a series of work from the Hawkesbury River. The work is based around fertility issues within his family, and is destined for a private viewing for regular collectors.








7:30

Sunday Arts

(CC, Repeat)

We take a look at the evolution of Indigenous Australian photography over the last century.








8:30

Reel Bad Arabs

(CC, M, Frequent Violence, Coarse Language and Adult Themes)

Isolates and examines American cinema's most persistent Arab caricatures, from oversexed Bedouin bandits and submissive maidens to sinister sheikhs and blood-thirsty terrorists. Based on author Jack Shaheen's book.








9:20

War Hero

(CC, PG)


A Vietnam War vets asks his estranged son to paint his portrait. As the two try to re-connect, it becomes clear that the war had a tragic effect on the man and his family.







9:35

Lugosi: Fallen Vampire

(CC)


Biography of Lugosi, famous for being the first actor to portray Dracula on stage, and also on film. Includes archival footage and interviews with director Istvan Szabo, film historians, and Lugosi's son.







10:30

Wild At Heart

(CC, Repeat, PG)

As Du Plessis fights for his life, Sarah realises Danny is suffering from post-traumatic stress. CAST: Hayley Mills, Stephen Tompkinson, Amanda Holden








11:15

...programs start at 6.00am













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