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The Sunday Mail (Queensland) - TV Guide - - WEEK IN MOVIES -

BIO JU­LIA ZEMIRO’S HOME DE­LIV­ERY

9PM, ABC

Po­lit­i­cal singer-song­writer Billy Bragg turns up in his own clas­sic car – a Ford Cortina Mark 1 – and drives Ju­lia Zemiro along the A13 he fa­mously sang about. Dur­ing a trip to his fam­ily home he re­veals he left three times to be­come a rock star and ended up back in his cold, damp bed­room – so at the first flush of fame he in­stalled cen­tral heat­ing so it’d be nicer if he ended up back there again.

CULT MOVIE

SCREAM­ERS 1 0.1 0PM, S BS2 Not the best flick ever based on a Philip K. Dick story ( Mi­nor­i­tyRe­port, To­talRe­call) but this 1995 cult clas­sic about ro­botic weapons that turn on their mas­ters is the only one fea­tur­ing he­roes mow­ing down dozens of small boys clutch­ing teddy bears. The In­va­sionoftheBodyS­natch­ersstyle plot means no one is who they seem.

HOR­ROR

THE STRAIN 8. 3 0PM, FOX8 Chron­i­cling a dis­gust­ing out­break of zom­bie-like vam­pires hit­ting New York, this was one of last year’s most en­joy­ably icky guilty plea­sures. This sea­son our he­roes Eph (Corey Stoll in a bad wig, above) and Nora (Mia Mae­stro) are try­ing to cre­ate a bi­o­log­i­cal weapon be­fore the in­fec­tion spreads too far. Fast-tracked.

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