The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - THE WEEK’S TOP SHOWS -

(Mv, CC) Ross dis­cov­ers a French plot. Ge­orge finds him­self at the mercy of Joseph and Ralph.

(Malv, R, CC) Les fi­nally gets his chance to prove he has what it takes to make it in a first-grade rugby league team.

(PG, R, CC) Vic­to­ria finds her­self paral­ysed by sor­row. (2001, PGh, R, CC) Hav­ing grown up un­der the care of his mean­spir­ited un­cle and aunt, a young or­phan is sent to a spe­cial school to train to be­come a wizard af­ter learn­ing of his mag­i­cal fam­ily back­ground on his 11th birth­day. Daniel Rad­cliffe, Ru­pert Grint, Emma Wat­son.

(CC) A post-match NRL wrap up with ex­pert anal­y­sis and player in­ter­views as well as a look at the next match.

(2013, MA15+vl, R, CC) Af­ter leav­ing his LAPD nar­cotics post fol­low­ing a bun­gled op­er­a­tion that left him wracked with re­morse, a sher­iff re­tires to a sleepy small town, but his peace­ful ex­is­tence is shat­tered by a drug lord. Arnold Sch­warzeneg­ger, For­est Whi­taker, Johnny Knoxville.

(Mv, R, CC) A man takes hostages, in­clud­ing Joan, and threat­ens to ex­e­cute them un­less Sher­lock finds the per­son re­spon­si­ble for the death of his son in just 16 hours, be­fore the statute of lim­i­ta­tions on the crime runs out.

(MA15+alv, R, CC) Pre­sen­ter Todd Samp­son in­ves­ti­gates some of the most ex­tra­or­di­nary peo­ple on the planet. He be­gins by trav­el­ling to the long­est on­go­ing con­flict zones in mod­ern hu­man his­tory, The Gaza Strip. (2017, Malv, R, CC) When a lo­cal girl dis­ap­pears from an iso­lated Aus­tralian coun­try town in 1969, a boy and a lo­cal out­cast team up to solve the mys­tery af­ter mak­ing a shock­ing dis­cov­ery deep in the for­est. Toni Col­lette, Hugo Weav­ing, Levi Miller.

(2016, Mlv, R) Af­ter a shep­herd re­jects a con­struc­tion com­pany’s of­fer for his land, his de­ci­sion cre­ates fric­tion with his neigh­bours. Mari­bel Igle­sias, Miguel Martín. 9.30PM, FOXTEL’S AN­I­MAL PLANET DOC­TOR Evan Antin (pic­tured) was voted Sex­i­est Vet­eri­nar­ian Alive by Peo­ple mag­a­zine. As if to prove the point, Dr Evan ob­serves ba­boons in the wild by sprawl­ing him­self on a sun-soaked rock face, mus­cles bulging un­der­neath his tight T-shirt. Not some­thing you’d ex­pect to see Sir David At­ten­bor­ough at­tempt.

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