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The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - TV GUIDE - WITH COLIN VICK­ERY

LIFE­STYLE

KITCHEN CAB­I­NET

8PM, ABC

The fourth se­ries of Annabel Crabb’s po­lit­i­cal in­ter­view se­ries gets off to a great start with for­mer prime min­is­ter Bob Hawke. Hawke (above with Crabb) and wife Blanche D’Alpuget take Crabb, and view­ers, on a tour of their glam­orous har­bour­side home. Hawke, ap­proach­ing 85, pre­pares bar­ra­mundi for lunch be­fore he opens up about his time in pol­i­tics.

DRAMA

CRI­SIS

1 0. 3 0PM, ONE

Aussie Rachael Tay­lor hasn’t had a lot of luck on US tele­vi­sion. Charlie’s An­gels lasted eight episodes, 666 Park Av­enue was canned after two se­ries and her lat­est, Cri­sis, was can­celled mid­way through its first sea­son. Tay­lor plays FBI Spe­cial Agent Susie Dunn who, work­ing along­side sis­ter Meg Fitch (Gil­lian An­der­son, above right with Tay­lor) must com­bat an in­tri­cate kid­nap and ter­ror plot by for­mer CIA an­a­lyst Fran­cis Gib­son (Der­mot Mul­roney).

DOCO

THE SIX­TIES

7. 3 0PM, S BS1

The eighth episode of this 10-part doc­u­men­tary se­ries tries to pack a lot into its one-hour run time. The un­rest sur­round­ing fem­i­nism, civil rights, en­vi­ron­men­tal­ism and gay rights are all reach­ing fever pitch. In­ter­vie­wees in­clude Glo­ria Steinem and sit­com star and ac­tivist Marlo Thomas.

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