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Embarrassing Bodies Down Under premieres October 29

From inverted nipples and ‘bingo wings’ to testicular cysts and anal warts, these are just some of the issues faced by the everyday Australians featured on Embarrassing Bodies Down Under

Fleet Review Spectacular, Saturday on @ABCTV

The jewel in the crown is a fireworks and lightshow spectacular – the most complex, highly choreographed fireworks, projection, lighting and live action show ever seen in Australia, and centres around Sydney’s famous Harbour and Opera House.

New four part series Kakadu premieres Sunday on ABC1

Filmed over 12 months, KAKADU is a life and death drama where man meets wild and nature calls the shots.

 

ABC TV goes all out for 50 Anniversary of #DoctorWho

ABC1 is set to join more than 75 countries around the globe to simultaneously broadcast the highly anticipated Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special on Sunday November 24 AEDT

 

SBS is Masters of Sex

Their research touched off the sexual revolution and took them from a midwestern teaching hospital to the cover of Time magazine and multiple appearances on Johnny Carson's couch.

Richard Curtis Reveals His Aussie Roots

Celebrated filmmaker Richard Curtis has revealed that while he is known as the Brit who has captured countless hearts with his romantic comedies, Australia is in his DNA and he still loves to support the Aussie team during the Ashes. 

Gruen Planet – The Youtube Effect @ABCTV

On GRUEN PLANET this week, we ask why advertising is turning into a giant episode of Candid Camera. Why are so many brands pranking people and putting the resulting videos on YouTube?

Axed – Inside Business with Alan Kohler @ABCTV

Program host Alan Kohler will continue his successful association with the ABC through his nightly market reports on the 7pm ABC News, but has decided he won’t be continuing the business program in 2014.

‘Cover Up’ tonight on Four Corners @abctv

The Reserve Bank of Australia is meant to maintain stability in the nation’s financial sector. It is supposed to be above reproach in its behaviour.

Labor Leadership Debate tonight on Q&A @ABCTV

Join host Tony Jones as he moderates a discussion between the two men vying to be Opposition Leader – Former Deputy Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and Former Education and Workplace Relations Minister Bill Shorten.

Syfy HD set to launch on @Foxtel early in 2014.

Set to be part of Foxtel’s Drama & Lifestyle pack, it will screen classic science fiction and fantasy programming in High Definition

Highlights this weekend on 60 Minutes @channel9

Sarah Durazza was a 26 year old woman, with the world at her feet. She was a beautiful Miss World runner up, who was devoted to charity and helping those less fortunate than herself.

Mike Willesee special report this weekend on Sunday Night

THE day, 23 years ago that Matthew met Diane at University the teenagers shared a bond. Within weeks they both knew they wanted to spend the rest of their lives together. If it’s possible to have the perfect relationship

 

Julia Gillard interview live Monday night on @abcnews24

Anne Summers, editor and publisher of online magazine Anne Summers Reports will interview Julia Gillard at the Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House on Monday, 30 September at 6.30pm.

McDonalds team up with @WakeUpOnTen to build private store

The drip-feed of announcements are continuing from Network Ten’s Director of Morning Television Adam Boland with the launch of the two new morning programs ‘Wake Up’ and ‘Studio 10’ quickly approaching.

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