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Entertainment

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ABC ACT

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Agatha Christie's Poirot

Whitechapel

Lateline

SBS ONE Eastern

The British

The Spice Trip

14 Diaries Of The Great War

SBS World News

Southern Cross TEN Capital, Canberra

The Living Room

Never Been Kissed

PRIME7 Southern, Canberra

Better Homes and Gardens

The World Is Not Enough

WIN Television NSW

Friday Night Football Live

The Mechanic

TV and Radio

Interview

Peter Capaldi, the new star of Doctor Who, talks wedding rings, unemployment and sex appeal

Call the Doctor: Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman star in the new series of Doctor Who.

LENNY ANN LOW 11:45pm The new Doctor credits his wife with a career that has reached new heights (and time dimensions).

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Marvel

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper to feature in Marvel comic Black Widow

Comic turn: News anchor Anderson Cooper will appear in the Marvel series Black Widow.

MICHAEL IDATO 9:55am Television newsman Anderson Cooper is taking a somewhat unusual career turn - into a comic book star.

Recap

The Bachelor recap: Louise jumps overboard for Blake before fresh faces arrive to steal his heart

Excited about sailing with Blake ... 26-year-old events planner Louise.

ALANA SCHETZER 3:56pm We're about four weeks into Australia's Weirdest Date and the shenanigans just keep getting weirder. There are four ladies who are yet to go on a single date with the human Ken doll and they're not happy, Jan.

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Dynamic duo overcome hotel hell

Ben Pobjie dinkus

BEN POBJIE There must have been a time, I think, when people did not solve their problems by calling a TV show; but for the life of me I can't remember it. We really do live in a golden age of televised life assistance, when there is no challenge that can't be overcome with a dash of reality-TV spirit.

Soap opera

Larry Hagman lives on in rebooted Dallas

Larry Hagman, Linda Gray and Patrick Duffy in the new series of Dallas.

SARAH THOMAS 6:34pm Larry Hagman died midway through filming the latest season of Dallas but writers wrote his death into the story, creating a "memorial" for Hagman through the show.

TV

Elisabeth Moss on life after Peggy in Mad Men's final season

Elisabeth Moss says it was a 'cathartic' goodbye to <i>Mad Men</i> after seven seasons.

Andrea Mandell 5:21pm After seven seasons of the show that made Moss and Jon Hamm household names, the actress reveals her favourite two moments - and what she got as mementos.

'Royal hoax'

2Day FM 'royal hoax' dispute reaches High Court

High Court showdown: Michael Christian and Mel Greig.

MICHAEL LALLO The battle between 2Day FM and the broadcasting watchdog over the "royal hoax" scandal has reached the highest court in Australia.

TV

Two new Real Housewives spice up Melbourne

<i>The Real Housewives of Melbourne,</i> (from left): Chyka Keebaugh, Lydia Schiavello, Janet Roach, Gina Liano, Jackie Gillies, Pettifleur Berenger and Gamble Breaux.

SUZANNE CARBONE Gamble Breaux and Pettifleur Berenger are joining the Real Housewives of Melbourne.

Emmys

Robin Williams to be commemorated by Billy Crystal at 2014 Emmy Awards

Friends since the film <em>Father's Day</em>: Billy Crystal and Robin Williams.

Comedian Billy Crystal will pay tribute to late actor Robin Williams at television's Primetime Emmy Awards on August 25, the show's organisers said on Wednesday.

What's on

Why The War That Changed Us is fresh and brilliant

First-person perspective: The War That Changed Us uses six outstanding voices to draw us in to the narrative.

Melinda Houston This special World War I show re-engages and moves its audience.

TV shows to watch this week, 17-23 August

Aussie Pickers: Thursday, August 21, 7.30pm, A&E.

Melinda Houston Silk, Bringing Sexy Back, The British, Aussie Pickers and Here Comes Honey Boo Boo.

Peaky Blinders is our pay TV show of the week

Compelling: Haircuts aside, Peaky Blinders is an enthralling window into a grim side of early 20th-century Britain.

Melinda Houston Comparisons with Underbelly: Razor are irresistible, but Peaky Blinders comes out on top.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Sunday, August 17

One man and his dogs: Bondi vet Dr Chris Brown.

Melinda Houston Bondi Vet, Moto GP and Castle.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Monday, August 18

Dark deeds:  Julia Morris and Gary Sweet in House Husbands.

Melinda Houston Home & Away, House Husbands and Have You Been Paying Attention.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Tuesday, August 19

Complex humour: Denise Drysdale and Debra Lawrence in Please Like Me.

Melinda Houston Bringing Sexy Back, Please Like Me and American Ninja Warrior.

Melinda Houston's TV picks for Wednesday, August 20

It's not me, it's you: Extant's star Halle Berry appears to be part of the show's problem.

Melinda Houston When Julia Met the Doctor, Crisis and Extant.

Wacky

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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Video

Reign reviewed

The highly fictionalised series follows the life of Mary, Queen of Scots, at French court while she awaits her marriage to the future Francis II of France.

My Granny the Escort reviewed

Just when you thought you've seen everything comes this entertaining, educational and slightly traumatic documentary series from Britain.

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