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12:00am The Code, which is now climaxing on ABC, is creating a buzz in the UK on BBC, and so it should.
4:44pm Like a female Tom Cruise, Tea Leoni encapsulates in one,glare all that's revered about the all-American hero.
4:30pm Comedian Ross Noble takes Julia Zemiro to his home town.
4:18pm In Flying Miners, FIFOs talk over and again about being "trapped" by the money.
4:02pm The country’s busiest police force certainly has its work cut out if these colourful characters are anything to go by.
MICHAEL IDATO 2:30pm The drama series Resurrection presents its audience with a provocative and challenging story.
DEBORAH GOUGH 2:25pm Toys 'R' Us has been forced to remove from its shelves drug dealer action figures based on the hit TV show Breaking Bad.
'I wasn't very good'
11:26am Former Australian Idol judge Mark Holden has no regrets about his bizarre antics on Dancing With The Stars and says the judges should lighten up a bit.
11:26am Former seventies pop star Mark Holden did little to redeem himself on Dancing with the Stars but fortunately for the reality series he was voted out.
Upper Middle Bogan returns, and creators Wayne Hope and Robin Butler hope they are 'older and kinder'
Debi Enker 12:00am This season, sex education enters the mix as family values collide but characters find common ground in unexpected places.
BEN POBJIE 12:00am Short on nudity, violence, The Good Wife rewards viewers with more intriguing entertainment.
BEN POBJIE Recipe To Riches contestants are tossed into a television pressure-cooker to see if their dreams of fame and fortune come true.
Melinda Houston X Factor, The Graham Norton Show and a Teutonic take on Lost Worlds.
Melinda Houston The Goldbergs, Homeland and the well-meaning but conflicting Blue Zoo.
Melinda Houston TV Picks for 19th October 2014.
Melinda Houston Reckless, Bob's Burgers and getting caught up in Criminal Minds.
Melinda Houston TV picks for 19th October 2014.
Why are TV cop shows so enduring? Are police cheap talent or do we just like watching drunk people get arrested?
The awkwardness of set-up dates is put under the microscope in series two of Peter Helliar's ABC comedy It's A Date.