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The Liv­ing Room WIN, 7.30pm

It’s the heart of the home, but that doesn’t mean it should break the bank. Tonight, Barry Dubois cre­ates a kitchen that won’t make you shud­der when the num­bers are crunched. Cheer­ful, and only a lit­tle bit cheap, he has some savvy ideas for keep­ing the cost of a kitchen ren­o­va­tion down. If you are a sushi fan, but just can’t bring your­self to make the fid­dly dish, Miguel Maestre has a handy trick for a home-style ver­sion that doesn’t re­quire a rolling pin. The amus­ing “Hot or Not” seg­ment has a bit of glam­our amid the tom­fool­ery tonight, with

Ali Oet­jen join­ing in as the lat­est giz­mos are given a test drive.

MOVIE: The Rail­way Man SBS, 8.35pm (2013)

With top-notch per­for­mances from its two Os­car-win­ning leads and a com­pelling and in­spi­ra­tional true story to tell, is a re­ward­ing watch. When Pa­tri­cia (Nicole Kid­man) meets Eric (Colin Firth) on a train, they fall in love and marry, but it quickly be­comes ap­par­ent Eric’s calm and book­ish ex­te­rior hides a tor­mented past. Told in two in­tri­cate parts, the story swings be­tween present-day 1980 and flash­backs from the Ja­panese Army POW camp along the Thai-Burma rail­way, with a tremen­dous per­for­mance from Jeremy Irvine as the young Eric. A pol­ished and sen­ti­men­tal jour­ney.

Line Of Duty ABC, 9.20pm

In­trigu­ing, am­bigu­ous and def­i­nitely a whole lot of crazy, sea­son four fin­ishes in tri­umph. Push­ing the bounds of imag­i­na­tion and ex­pertly throw­ing in red her­rings and un­ex­pected turns, fans will not be dis­ap­pointed by tonight’s con­clu­sion. But they may need a breather be­fore bed to digest it in all its mad­cap glory. With Nick (Lee In­gleby) fac­ing lengthy ques­tion­ing over the mur­der, AC-12 re­main con­vinced of Roz’s (Thandie New­ton, pic­tured) in­volve­ment. As the facts slowly emerge, the of­fi­cers risk ev­ery­thing to bring the guilty party to jus­tice.

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