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A storyline in the spotlight for the bespectacled, bow-tied Ducky (David McCallum), who returns to London courtesy of a case which has a connection to his estranged childhood bestie. The reminiscing begins and we see Young Ducky (Adam Campbell, above) – sans bow tie – between investigations into a prostitution and smuggling ring.
HALT AND CATCH FIRE 8. 3 0PM, S HOWCASE The story of the rise of personal computing in the early 1980s told by characters trying to shape its future. Technology marketer Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace) guest lectures at a university attended by Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis), a feisty young woman who believes Joe and his colleagues are behind the times and unimaginative.
THE KILLING SEASON 8. 3 0PM, ABC Final instalment of this cracking piece of old-school journalism from Sarah h Ferguson (right) as she delves into the Labor bor years of Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard. TheKilling Season was the ABC’s best-rating ng non-sport show for the year in episode one, and viewer thirst continues unabated. Much like Rudd’s ambition, some might say,ay, as the finale sees Gillard depose Rudd to become Australia’s first t female PM, but Rudd rises again.n.