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Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - WATCH ON PRESTO - WITH NEALA JOHN­SON

LIFE­STYLE THE HAIRY BIKERS’ NORTH­ERN EX­PO­SURE 7.30PM, 7TWO

Per­son­able Poms Dave and Si are back on their bikes for a culi­nary ad­ven­ture that will take them through the Baltic states to Rus­sia, Fin­land and Swe­den. Warn­ing: There will be nu­dity. The jour­ney starts in Poland, where me­dieval towns and forests go per­fectly with vodka, Pol­ish pasties and the best sausage the blokes have ever eaten.

COM­EDY JUST FOR LAUGHS 7.30PM, THE COM­EDY CHAN­NEL

Com­edy’s reg­u­lar dose of Satur­day night standup, filmed in Mon­treal, gets a shot of class as the all-singing, all-fab­u­lous Alan Cum­ming takes the host’s mic and tin­kles the ivories. He also in­tro­duces ris­ing Aussie com­edy star Joel Creasey, who de­liv­ers a snappy set en­com­pass­ing Meryl Streep, bad dates and Aus­tralian re­al­ity shows.

DRAMA HOME FIRES 8.30PM, BBC FIRST

Home Fires is ba­si­cally Call the Mid­wife but with World War II bombs stand­ing in for 1950s baby bomb­shells – cosy, some­times funny, but noth­ing to get too worked up about or at­tached to. Which is prob­a­bly for the best, given the show’s al­ready been can­celled. Stars Chris Coghill and Clare Cal­braith (right).

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