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Television - critic's choice

Television - critic's choice

Critic's Choice: Songlines, Dying to Live, Australia Day, SMILF

  • by Melinda Houston

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Tuesday Picks: Mediterranean with Simon Reeve, Songlines, and more

Tuesday Picks: Mediterranean with Simon Reeve, Songlines, and more

Tuesday Picks: Mediterranean with Simon Reeve, Songlines, Agatha Christie's Criminal Games

  • by Melinda Houston
Sunday Picks: The Sunday Project, Vera, Cool Runnings

Sunday Picks: The Sunday Project, Vera, Cool Runnings

Sunday Picks: The Sunday Project, Vera, Cool Runnings

  • by Melinda Houston
Pay TV: Sex Education

Pay TV: Sex Education

In this coming-of-age comedy/drama, Gillian Armstrong plays a sex therapist whose son is the only teenager in Britain not interested in sex

  • by Melinda Houston
Free-to-air: Hughesy, We Have a Problem

Free-to-air: Hughesy, We Have a Problem

Dave Hughes might be in charge, but in Hughesy, We Have a Problem, he likes to let his panellists get on with it

  • by Melinda Houston
Television - Wednesday

Television - Wednesday

Wednesday Picks: Dying to Live, BBL, We Don't Need a Map

  • by Melinda Houston
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Thursday Picks: The State, Grand Designs Australia, Alex Polizzi: the Fixer

Thursday Picks: The State, Grand Designs Australia, Alex Polizzi: the Fixer

Thursday Picks: The State, Grand Designs Australia, Alex Polizzi: the Fixer

  • by Melinda Houston
Television - Friday

Television - Friday

Friday Picks: Australian of the Year Awards, The Song Keepers, The Orville

  • by Melinda Houston
Saturday Picks: Australian Open Tennis, Iron Chef America, The Dish

Saturday Picks: Australian Open Tennis, Iron Chef America, The Dish

Saturday Picks: Australian Open Tennis, Iron Chef America, The Dish

  • by Melinda Houston
Television - Monday picks

Television - Monday picks

Monday Picks: The Good Place, Connection to Country, Nox

  • by Melinda Houston
Law and disorder: the gruesome reality of growing up

Law and disorder: the gruesome reality of growing up

The brilliance of The Family Law lies not with the way it makes you laugh, but how it tackles its serious moments.

  • by Michael Idato