FRIDaY, OcTObER 12
Better Homes And Gardens 7TWO, 7pm
It’s time to take a breather while the
crew get busy with a treasure chest of segments. Johanna Griggs catches up with daredevil X Games competitor Kat Williams in her hometown of Adelaide. If you’re “game”, carpenter Adam Doville has an outdoor project that will keep the kids (and adults) occupied over summer. Garden guru Graham Ross visits a magnificently landscaped 73-acre property in the NSW Southern Highlands. Chef Karen Martini has the solution to lunchbox ruts, with a delectable vegetable slice which trumps the standard cheese sandwich.
Gardening Australia ABC, 7.30pm
Summer is coming. Will your veggie patch feel supported enough to make it through the hot months ahead? If your tactic only involves some helpful words of encouragement – something along the lines of “Grow, you good thing!” and “You’re so sweet!” – Tino Carnevale shares some tips that are guaranteed to help them thrive in the heat: tune in to see the range of supports you can build for your summer produce. Josh Byrne plants some more positive vibes when he meets a team of young urban gardeners, while Jane Edmanson explores an innercity courtyard and Millie Ross converts a container for alpine plants.
SBS VICELAND, 9.30pm
This racy period drama set in 18th century London returns tonight and the new season is kicking off with back-to-back episodes to catch up with the lives of the prostitutes working at two warring brothels. In episode one, Margaret (Samantha Morton) and Nancy (Kate Fleetwood) are racing against the clock to find witnesses who will testify against
Lydia Quigley. Later, Charlotte (Jessica Brown Findlay) struggles to maintain her loyalties, and the women fight back against the injustice of the judiciary. Watch out for Liv Tyler (pictured), who joins the cast as Lady Isabella Fitzwilliam, an unmarried upper-class woman who has a mysterious debt.