The Weekend Australian - Review - - Tv - Ian Cuth­bert­son

Killer Wave, 8.30pm, Seven

weren ’ t As if na­ture cruel or deadly

here’ s enough, your typ­i­cal B- grade hol­i­day en­ter­tain­ment: a deadly tsunami 10 storeys high hur­tles into the east coast of the US. It is fol­lowed by an­other, and an­other, un­til towns are swal­lowed up like Christ­mas treats and the en­tire seaboard is in a wel­ter of panic. The Chat­ter­ley Af­fair, 9.35pm, ABC Jury duty can be a trial all right, but imag­ine be­ing called in for the most

it ’ s fa­mous ob­scen­ity pros­e­cu­tion. Yes, the case that prac­ti­cally de­clared the 1960s open for busi­ness, as Pen­guin Books was hauled into court for dar­ing to Lawrence ’ s

Lady pub­lish D. H.

’ Chat­ter­ley s Lover. Be­fore the trial be­gins, the ju­rors are or­dered to gather in the jury room, where they must read the en­tire book, to­gether but silently. We then fol­low two very turned- on ju­rors into a Chat­ter­ley - in­spired af­fair to re­mem­ber.

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