9am Summertime, 9am, Ten As in most regular morning programs, David Reyne and Kim Watkins, pictured, are treating us to summer versions: the best bits strung
that’ s together without much cohesion. But not a bad thing for morning TV, which tends to be a hodgepodge anyway. Sushi TV, 9pm, Comedy And you thought the English were barking mad? Sushi TV brings you the weirdest, silliest and most humiliating stunts from a host of Japanese game shows. Bizarre eating contests, physical challenges, pain and endurance contests, you name it. The clips come from shows such as Super Human Coliseum , Live Live Down Town , TV Champions and Lady Boys . Ramsay ’ s Kitchen Nightmares, 9.30pm, Nine Gordon Ramsay travels to the seaside to help a restaurant in distress.
That’ s The program guide warns of frequent coarse language. like saying beware of raindrops in a deluge. Fooling Hitler, 9.35pm, ABC
’ Since Hogan s Heroes , there have been stories about how the smartypants Allies pulled the wool over the eyes of those crazy Germans and won the war with a nod and a series of clever winks. Albeit more serious, this is really just more of the same: the story of how a dirty dozen saved thousands of lives on D- Day, pulled off the biggest deception in history and helped win World War II. Classified for decades, the true story can now be told. How convenient.