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Doctor Who

An Adventure in Space and Time

Silent Witness

SBS ONE Eastern


Room in Rome

Southern Cross TEN Capital, Canberra

KFC T20 Big Bash League

50 Years Young

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Better Homes and Gardens Summer

Four Weddings and a Funeral

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Australia's Funniest Home Videos

Miss Congeniality

TV and Radio

Christmas special

Ricky Gervais' Derek Christmas Special is marked as the end


MICHAEL IDATO 10:19am Despite an outpouring of affection from fans, the comedy series Derek looks unlikely to return.


The annual TV quiz: Test your knowledge of trivia, facts and events from 2014

Which Real Melbourne Housewife will not return? (Question 60)

How sharp is your recall of small-screen events this year?

TV relies on perennial cliches and character tropes

<i>Madam Secretary</i>: Clean kitchen, not a hair out of place. Just like real life!

MELINDA HOUSTON Computer skills, perfect cellphone reception and why all the chopped carrots?

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Better Call Saul trailer: Bob Odenkirk gets to vent frustrations

Finally a chance to see what <i>Better Call Saul</i> is about.

Better Call Saul is coming in February, and AMC has finally released a trailer that shows more of the series than just a tantalising morsel.


Political dramas realistically unrealistic

Rodger Corser as David and Asher Keddie as Kate Ballard in <i>Party Tricks</i> on Ten.

Charlie Pickering Despite our regard for politicians being at an all-time low, this year we were offered more shows about politics than ever before. The question is why. And the answer lies in understanding what the various political shows offer.


Thursday, January 1

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"I don't know how to put this, but I'm kind of a big deal": Ron Burgundy.

Wednesday, December 31

A true gem: Graham Norton.

Norton is one of TV’s true gems. But his real genius lies in the mix of guests.

Tuesday, December 30

Is Marina Chapman a female Tarzan or someone who has had to use her imagination to cope with a horrific experience?

Marina Chapman claims she was abducted as a young girl, and raised by monkeys.

Green Guide Christmas quiz

How sharp is your recall of small-screen events this year?

Monday, December 29

The 2012 version of <i>Dredd</i> features a permanently visored Karl Urban as an unyielding lawmaker.

This 2012 version of Dredd stars permanently visored Karl Urban as an unyielding lawmaker.

What's on

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Saturday December 27

Chopper: Eric Bana stars in Andrew Dominik's remarkable gangster classic.

MELINDA HOUSTON Cricket, When We Were Kings and the Australian gangster classic Chopper.

Melinda Houston's TV Picks for 26 December

Three-hour marathon: <i>The Godfather Part III</i>
starring Al Pacino, left, and Andy Garcia.

MELINDA HOUSTON Melinda Houston's TV Picks for Friday 26 December.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Thursday December 25

Palace smash: Ed Sheeran features in the lineup for the Royal Variety Performance 2014.

MELINDA HOUSTON The Amazing Race, Royal Variety Performance 2014 and the hills come alive yet again with The Sound of Music.

Melinda Houston's TV Picks for 24 December

Time for a good old-fashioned sing along: David Campbell and Lisa Wilkinson host <i>Carols by Candelight</i>.

MELINDA HOUSTON Melinda Houston's TV Picks for 24 December.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Tuesday December 23

Pirate: Rhys Ifans in Neverland, a dark reimagining of the Peter Pan tale.

MELINDA HOUSTON Blown Away, House of Lies and the dark world of Neverland.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Monday December 22

Circus: This series of American Horror Story has promised a lot, but delivered very little.

MELINDA HOUSTON Cougar Town, American Horror Story and the now-excellent Homeland.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Sunday December 21

Flyer: Dr Chris Brown examines exotic animals in international locations in Travels With The Bondi Vet.

MELINDA HOUSTON Travels With The Bondi Vet, Covert Affairs and the classic gangster movie Scarface.


Sleepy English town to take Game of Thrones name

Westeros may not be anyone's ideal place to live, but one town in rural England is giving it a shot. For one week at least.

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Queen's Christmas Message reviewed

The Guide takes a nostalgic look at the Queen's messages of Christmas past, reflecting on some ongoing themes and hints of things to come.

Kourtney and Khloe take the Hamptons reviewed

Seven years on, the Kardashians are still the fast food of reality television, mundane and easy to digest.

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