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8. 3 0PM, S BS

This pro­gram proves all you need to do to com­bat anti-refugee sen­ti­ment is to take each racist on an ex­pen­sive tour of global trou­ble-spots. Like Syria, where An­drew has an epiphany about the at­ti­tude of “peo­ple on the right, like me” to­wards refugees to “avoid deal­ing with the hu­man cost of it all”.


BOSCH 9. 3 5 PM, S BS Sec­ond ep of this show which, no, is not a doco on the white­goods man­u­fac­turer, rather, a dark po­lice pro­ce­dural. Star­ring Ti­tus Wel­liver (the nasty pros­e­cu­tor on TheGoodWife) as the brood­ing tac­i­turn cop, it feels like an old-fash­ioned de­tec­tive yarn, al­beit one that’s a lit­tle slow and talky on oc­ca­sion. A sec­ond sea­son has been an­nounced.


GLITCH 8. 3 0PM, ABC There’s a lot of love for this se­ries and I can un­der­stand why: it’s about time Aus­tralia made a qual­ity se­rial. But while each episode is quite well done, I never feel a com­pelling need to find out what hap­pens next. Tonight, Vic (An­drew McFar­lane) gets in Maria’s (Daniela Fari­nacci, pic­tured with McFar­lane) head about the doc’s mo­tives.

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