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Program Guide

Sunday, 15 August 2010

4:00


rage

(M)


Continuous music programming. For information about rage playlists visit the website: abc.net.au/rage







5:00

rage

(PG)


Continuous music programming. For information about rage playlists visit the website: abc.net.au/rage







6:00

rage

(G)


Continuous music programming. For information about rage playlists visit the website: abc.net.au/rage










6:30

The WotWots

(CC, Repeat, G)






6:40

Ben And Holly's Little Kingdom

(CC, Repeat, G)






6:55

Fraggle Rock

(CC, Repeat, G) Final






7:25

Zoey 101

(CC, Repeat, G)





7:45

Escape From Scorpion Island

(CC, Repeat, G)






8:15

Dragon Booster

(CC, Repeat, G)






8:35

Wolverine And The X-Men

(CC, Repeat, G)









9:00

Insiders

(CC)


A not-to-be missed analysis of the week's political news, with interviews, discussion and analysis with Barrie Cassidy and guests.







10:00

Inside Business

(CC)


Alan Kohler with analysis and comment on the events and issues concerning business, investors and entrepreneurs.







10:30

Offsiders

(CC)

A show for anyone who's serious about sport, Offsiders will provide challenging, insightful, humorous debate about the topic that dominates weekends - sport. Hosted by Barrie Cassidy.








11:00

Asia Pacific Focus

(CC)


A weekly analysis of the biggest stories affecting Asia and the Pacific featuring interviews with key decision-makers from across the region.







11:30

Songs Of Praise: Wintershall

(CC, Repeat, G)

Sally Magnusson visits one of Britain's most captivating theatrical spectacles, The Life of Christ, performed at the Wintershall Estate.








12:00

Landline

(CC)


Australia's national rural program, with reports from around the country on rural and urban issues. Presented by Anne Kruger.







1:00

Gardening Australia

(CC, Repeat, G)

Food guru Stephanie Alexander explains how the Kitchen Garden Foundation is growing a new generation of gardeners and Jerry shows how textural plants can give colour and interest in the garden all year, regardless of flowers.







1:30

Message Stick: The Hidden Truth

(CC)


Frances Bodkin or 'Aunty Fran' is a 76-year-old D'harawal woman from Sydney's south. Despite her age, she works tirelessly to teach traditional Indigenous 'science' to enable a deeper understanding of our natural environment.







2:00

Travel Oz

(CC, Repeat, G, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program may contain images and voices of people who have died.)

Australian travel series hosted by Greg Grainger.








2:30

The Link: Uncovering Our Earliest Ancestor?

(CC, Repeat, G)

This documentary uncovers our earliest ancestor - a 47-million-year-old fossil, the most complete early primate fossil ever found, a scientific find of a lifetime that connects to everyone.








3:30

Ondine

(CC, Repeat, G)

50th anniversary revival by The Royal Ballet featuring Miyako Yoshida as Ondine and Edward Watson as the young mortal Palemon with whom she falls in love, magically staged in Lila de Nobili's impressionistic designs.








5:15

The Shape Of Water

(Repeat, G)

Featuring dancers from the Sydney Dance Company, this film is set inside a house rocking back and forth on a cliff above an endless ocean, where a woman dreams of imaginary beings who live on the rocks below.








5:30

Art Nation

(CC)


Visual artist Colin Lanceley looks back on his long career; and popular young singer songwriter Clare Bowditch and her band The New Slang play a track off their new album.







6:00

At The Movies

(CC, Repeat)

Join Margaret and David as they review the latest in cinema releases.








6:30

Mother And Son: Arthur Vs Ms Right

(CC, Repeat, G)

Arthur, desperate for a break away from Maggie, plans a two week romantic holiday with a girlfriend, but is keeping it a secret from Maggie; lest his plans be foiled. CAST: Ruth Cracknell








7:00

ABC News

(CC)








7:30

Life: Fish

(CC)


Fish can fly, sense electricity, swim at over 100mph and even walk on land. This episode features weedy sea dragons, sailfish, flying fish, sharks and Hawaiian goby.







8:20

ABC News Up-Date

(CC)








8:30

Criminal Justice

(CC, M, Violence, adult themes and coarse language)

The challenges and politics of the criminal justice system seen through the eyes of the accused. Juliet Miller's life is turned upside down after an incident that leaves her family fighting for survival. CAST: Maxine Peake








10:15

Compass: Sex, Kids And The Classroom

(CC, PG)


Is it a school’s job to teach kids about sex? Is the biological aspect of relationships still taught by fitting a condom on a banana? In the second of a 3-part series about sex and faith, we turn up for class to find out.







10:45

Opera Australia's La Boheme

(CC, Repeat, PG)

A tale of young love about a group of friends living in Paris at the turn of the century. Originally transmitted live from the Sydney Opera House. Hosted by Jennifer Byrne, co-hosted by Chris Taylor.








12:40

Movie: Cat People

(Repeat, 1942, Movie, PG)

A beautiful girl believes she is turning into a panther and killing her friends. CAST: Simone Simon, Tom Conway, Jane Randolph, Elizabeth Russell DIR: Jacques Tourneur (1942)








2:05

Movie: Affairs Of Annabel

(Repeat, 1938, Movie, G)

A publicist tries to save his client's sagging movie career by dreaming up a publicity stunt which places her in a women's reformatory. CAST: Jack Oakie, Lucille Ball, Ruth Donnelly, Bradley Page DIR: Ben Stoloff (1938)








3:30

Talking Heads: Robyn Davidson

(CC, Repeat, G, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that the following program may contain images and voices of people who have died.)

Peter Thompson chats with Australian writer Robyn Davidson. Davidson is best known for her book 'Tracks' which described her 1700 mile camel trek across Australia's red centre in 1977.













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