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Radcliffe a rapper's delight on Fallon

LUCY CORMACK 7:40pm All those years of muttering incantations have given Harry Potter the gift of the rapper's gab.

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BEN POBJIE Last Man Standing is an affront to television's golden age.

Murdoch's advice on Netflix

MICHAEL IDATO 9:30am What the TV industry needs to do next.

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The man who would be Bond

12:15am Why Ian Fleming probably based the character on himself.

True Black Comedy

12:00am No prejudice or stereotype is out of bounds in new ABC sketch series.

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Thursday, October 30

Tea Leoni as Elizabeth McCord

Tea Leoni is the perfect choice to play Elizabeth McCord, the serenely glamorous US Secretary of State wielding her womanly power in ingenious ways. Like a female Tom Cruise, Leoni encapsulates in one, grim-jawed glare, all that is revered about the all-American hero.

Friday, October 31

Sarah Lancashire

Some catch-up for those late to the scene of the crime: the peeved accountant of a small-town businessman connived with a trio of small-time drug dealers to kidnap his boss' daughter. It was meant to be a simple job, no one hurt, money in the bank, but it spun out of control. Meanwhile, policewoman Catherine Cawood (Sarah Lancashire) is toughing out a hard life, burdened with looking after her grandson, the product of her daughter's rape.

Saturday, November 1

Bondi Vet.

How anyone gets through Bondi Vet without tearing up is beyond me.

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As black clouds blanket the United States, it’s man against nature, and man against man.

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Beauties and brainiacs put to the test

Tony Squires I want to tell you that Beauty and the Geek Australia (Seven, 8.30pm) is unwatchable tripe. But it's not. It's funny, sweet, brilliantly shot and edited and offers the viewer exactly what they want: a feeling of superiority.

Captive to racy plot that just makes cut

Tony Squires No surprises that Toni Collette has morphed into Washington surgeon Dr Ellen Sanders in Hostages (Nine, 8.30pm) without missing a beat. That's the kind of actor she is.

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