QUICK BITES

The Weekend Australian - Review - - Tv - Ian Cuth­bert­son

Kitchen Crim­i­nals, 7.30pm, LifeStyle Food Two top chefs face a mighty chal­lenge as they at­tempt to change kitchen ze­roes into kitchen he­roes in a cou­ple of weeks. They scour Bri­tain for its worst chefs, then give them the culi­nary equiv­a­lent of the kiss of life.

’ Un­likely and unlovely. My re­mote, s il vous plait. The Gov­ern­ment In­spec­tor, 8.35pm, ABC El­e­gantly tells the tale of David Kelly, who got caught in the cross­fire

Iraq’ s be­tween the Bri­tish gov­ern­ment and the BBC over the is­sue of weapons of mass de­struc­tion. In the end he was used as a weapon by all sides in the con­flict. A well- made and in­for­ma­tive dra­matic

man’ s re­con­struc­tion of one jour­ney from be­hind- the- scenes ex­pert to hu­man head­line. Skins, 10pm, SBS Some truly ar­ro­gant young English­men seem bent on driv­ing their el­ders to apoplexy. How about or­gan­is­ing for the vol­ume switch on the stereo to ac­ci­den­tally jump to max­i­mum ev­ery morn­ing while your fa­ther screams abuse? Or sneak­ing down the drain­pipe from the bath­room to break­fast while he goes bal­lis­tic, nearly kick­ing down the locked door in the process? Amus­ing, eh? Not very. Two Men in a Tin­nie, 10.15pm, ABC

it ’ s Yes, all been on be­fore, but in the case of John Doyle, pic­tured, a city boy who has never been to the out­back, and Tim Flan­nery, re­cent

PM’ s Aus­tralian of the Year and en­vi­ron­men­tal thorn in the for­mer side, it ’ s

well worth an­other look as the two at­tempt to un­ravel our great­est river sys­tem.

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