FRIDaY, NOVEMbER 9
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.