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K9

Hurtling through time and space, K-9, one-time companion to a Lord and Lady of Time, arrives in mid 21st century London where he valiantly defends a group of children and an inventor from unwelcome alien hitchhikers.


Mirror Mirror

An old antique mirror that has been brought in the lives of Jo Tiegan and Louisa Iredale, both living in the same house in New Zealand, but in the different time age.


Wicked Science

Toby Johnson is regular easy-going student struggling with homework and girls. Elizabeth Hawke is the Teacher's pet. Nobody at school likes her and the only person she likes is Toby. One day they get hit by a ray-a unique magnetic pulse that changes everything. Suddenly they're both scientific geniuses. Seems like a wild situation for any 15-year-old. Toby doesn't know how to control the gift, and he's not easy with it. But Elizabeth revels in her new found power. She wants to dominate the school, using her gift as the ultimate weapon for success and power. He may not like it, but Toby's the only one who can hold her back. Battle lines are drawn between the two wizards of science. The normal world of Sandy Bay School is turned upside down by invisible cars, flying lawnmowers, a cloned School Principal and a rampaging T-Rex.


Good News Week
Ten,

1996

| Comedy
Rating: 3/5

Good News Week is a weekly news satire show where Paul McDermott and his team captains, Mikey Robbins and Claire Hooper, lead an all star cast of comedians, media personalities, politicians and other special guests as they examine, dissect, explore and poke fun at the news stories making headlines this week.


Return to Eden
Ten,

1983

| Drama, Soaps

An Australian series about Stephanie Harper whose husband attempts to murder her through pushing her off a boat into water infested with crocodiles. Stephanie survives the attack, but her disfigurement requires extensive surgery. With a new name and face, she returns to seek vengeance.


Show Me The Movie!
Ten,

2018

| Comedy, Game Show

Hosted by Australia's triple TV Week Gold Logie award-winning presenter and movie tragic, Rove McManus, Show Me The Movie! features two competing teams captained by acclaimed actor Jane Harber and comedy star Joel Creasey. Each week, Rove, Jane and Joel will be joined by a stellar cast of different actors, comedians and visiting international stars, who will do battle in a series of funny, irreverent and always entertaining rounds. From big-budget Hollywood blockbusters to sci-fi, animation and chick flicks, Show Me The Movie! will celebrate the good, the bad and the ugly of the big screen. The stars, A-list gossip, iconic movie dialogue and classic cinematic moments all get a comedy make-over.


Recruits: Paramedics

Recruits: Paramedics is an observational documentary series that follows a group of trainee students and paramedics as they train to become part of 'one the most trusted professions in the world'. The trainees will learn the hard way - first hand, in the field - how to deal with everything from cuts and bruises and heart attacks to the trauma of a high speed car crash. With unprecedented access to the Ambulance Service of NSW (Australia), the series will give audiences a unique insight into the extensive training each paramedic undertakes to equip them with the clinical skill they'll need for a long career on the road.


Good News World
Ten,

2011

| Comedy, Talk Shows, Variety, News
Rating: 1/5

This reboot of Good News Week sees Paul McDermott, Mikey Robins and Claire Hooper return to the current events panel show that is being billed as "Saturday Night Live meets The Daily Show with an Aussie twist".


Tripping Over
Ten,

2006

| Drama

"Tripping Over" concerns five young people who are brought together to Bangkok for completely different reasons. An incident there will connect them all, as they leave to countries around the world to discover their true self.


Bodyline: It's Not Just Cricket

Played in Australia, the series gained notoriety in Australian and worldwide cricketing history for the fact that the English team applied a bowling technique called "leg theory", or more commonly, Bodyline. This technique involved bowlers bowling the ball directly at the batsman's body, and resulted in many of the Australian team receiving numerous bruises and injuries, with batsman Bert Oldfield sustaining a cracked skull. The series generated much anger and resentment towards the English team within Australia and seriously damaged Anglo-Australian cricketing relations at the time.


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