Wednesday, ABC, 8pm
What makes Kitchen Cabinet so fascinating is the fact that host and chatterbox extraordinaire Annabel Crabb (left) isn’t out to ambush the politicians she meets. Instead, she serenades them in their home environment, cultivating a sense of normality and friendliness that lets the viewer catch a rare glimpse of the person before the politician. It’s a clever and very watchable ploy a d, best of all, there’s no catch. It’s a simple and wholesome recipe. Tonight, in the series final of its fifth season, Crabb heads to Adelaide to crash the kitchen of ultra conservative Liberal Senator Cory Bernardi, where they chat about same-sex marriage and multiculturalism.