PLANNER 07 CELEB BINGE If you liked… THE CHEF’S LINE MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA Joh Griggs Try… 7.30PM, SUNDAY-THURSDAY, 10 C for immunity in a pressure test with a difference where no one will be going home (instead one contestant will fi nd themselves safe from elimination). For the sweet tooths, the show welcomes back the “queen of chocolate” and guest chef, Kirsten Tibballs. Kirsten challenges the allstars to recreate her wowfactor dessert, the meljito. The week rounds out with a fairytale cook for five contestants chasing immunity who must take their inspiration from children’s classics: ORONAVIRUS crashes the party this week and makes its presence felt immediately on the set. The top 12 contestants start a new week in this new world where social distancing and increased hygiene protocols will now be the new normal. Some of the adjustments include the spacing between judges as they taste dishes, served to Jock, Melissa and Andy separately, using their own utensils. There’s also some twists to the competition, as Andy reveals only one person will go home this week, and there are two opportunities to win immunity. Today, the winning team from the service challenge will go on to battle it out MasterChef WHAT SHE’S IN BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS 7PM, FRIDAY, SEVEN IN a pre-COVID world, Joh Griggs would have been counting down the days until what would have been the start of the Tokyo Olympics. But instead, the host has retreated to her own patch of paradise, Huggins Hill, in the NSW Central Coast hinterland. Inspired by all she has learned in her years appearing on the lifestyle series, Griggs is using her time in lockdown to try her hand at making sourdough, tending to her organic crops, as well as reaping the rewards of her own, home-grown beehive. In this week’s episode of she heads to Victoria’s Otways to explore an extraordinary treehouse, which required a train carriage to be craned onto site. BetterHomesandGardens Alice In Wonderland, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Hansel and Gretel, The Ugly Duckling, Beauty and the Beast, Goldilocks and the Three Bears Little Red Riding Hood. and – Holly Byrnes Recipe for success: MasterChef’s Andy Allen, Melissa Leong and Jock Zonfrillo. BHG, reality factual drama WHAT SHE BINGES THE WEST WING STREAMING, STAN “AS soon as the Olympics and Paralympics were postponed it meant I could go back to watching shows, instead of doing research every night. We decided during all this extra time at home to binge watch a really gripping series. For a political-based show with loads of drama, it’s hard to go past this brilliantly written classic. I love everything that Aaron Sorkin has ever written. His series are always pacy, witty, sometimes outrageous ... but always entertaining. Martin Sheen is fantastic in it, as are John Spencer, Allison Janney and Rob Lowe, in particular.” THE DOG HOUSE JULIA ZEMIRO’S HOME DELIVERY FAUDA 7PM, SATURDAY, 10 8PM, WEDNESDAY, ABC STREAMING, NETFLIX THIS Israeli drama was a recommendation from a savvy TV insider, who discovered it during iso and has binged all three seasons on the edge of his seat. The title means ‘chaos’ and there’s plenty of it at the heart of the action, sparked when a top Israeli agent comes out of retirement to hunt for a Palestinian fighter he thought he’d killed. It’s sub-titled, but the extra brain power is worth it. THIS series should have come with a tissue sponsor, given the blubbing I did after watching the first episode. Tonight try not falling in love with Ralphie, a small Yorkshire terrier with a big personality trying to win over prospective new owners Chris and Susanne. The couple recently lost their two dogs and think it’s time for a new fur baby. Then there’s Casper the staff y, who survived a domestic violence incident protecting his owner, only to be re-homed. ROLLING up in her dad’s slick Mini Cooper, the brilliant and clever Celeste Barber takes Julia Zemiro (pictured, right with Barber) for a spin around the Gold Coast, where she grew up and went to school. They also get to talk about the incredible work Barber did in raising millions for the Black Summer bushfires, and the complications that followed. Viewers will get a better understanding of this sharp, spontaneous and spirited comic of whom all Australians should be proud. – HB – HB – HB 07 Sunday, May 24, 2020 V1 - MHSE01Z01TV PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTED BY PRESSREADER PressReader.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW
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