It’s the last day at Camp Biggest Loser and the final three contestants take one last look around. As the contestants and trainers say their goodbyes, a helicopter suddenly lands on the parade grounds. The Islanders are back in town – a whole lot lighter and a whole lot hairier! There’s one place left in the finale so for the final time – step up to the scales.
Their time at Camp Biggest Loser is almost at an end – but not before one last training session to prepare them for the final weigh in. The result of tonight’s elimination will determine which three have made it to the final and stand a chance of winning the coveted title of The Biggest Loser.
Sunday April 26 6.00pm – New Time
The Guerrillas reckon there’s nothing quite as forlorn as an unloved railway platform. So without approval from the rail company they decide to make one over.
They decide to go with a wild west theme and create a cactus garden. Then, like bandits themselves, they smuggle their spiky load onto the station in the middle of the night.
But a night train unexpectedly pulls in – bearing a carriage load of guards. The authorities are now on alert!
And just as the Guerrillas near the home stretch dave gets ambushed – when two security men amble down the platform for a showdown.
Can he talk fast enough to get them out of this one?
Sunday April 26 1.00pm
In January 1945, more than 2700 Australian and British POW’s were forced to march from their camps at Sandakan across the country of Sabah on the island of Borneo, in one of the greatest atrocities of the war. By August only six had survived – and then only because they escaped into jungles of this ruggedly beautiful country.
Ten newsreader Sandra Sully has joined a group of Australians to once again walk the track, but this time to help save lives. They will be helping raise money for cancer research for kids. They will be joined by relatives of the original soldiers, prominent Australian politicians, sporting identities and a Ten documentary team.
The documentary, “Sheer Bloody Murder” will tell the story of extreme adversity faced by the POWs and of the friendship of the local people; and, like Gallipoli and Kokoda, it will celebrate the extraordinary courage and mateship that Australians develop in the face of overwhelming hardship and horror.
Indian Premier League fans will be glued to their televisions from mid-April as Network Ten’s new sport channel ONE brings non-stop cricket action to Australia.
With the IPL moving to South Africa after security concerns meant it could not be held in India this year, the tournament has been reduced to four weeks providing viewers with 24 double headers.
On the night’s where two games are to be played ONE’s coverage will begin around 8.30pm and finish in the early hours of the morning allowing more viewers to see the world’s most exciting Twenty 20 competition.
Elimination – Monday 13th April
Oh my goodness – it’s another giant step closer to an all girl finale! The Loser sisters are certainly doin’ it for themselves as they beat the 2 remaining males into submission and below the yellow line this week. The fate of Sean, with a weight loss of 1.8, and Cameron with a measly 0.7 lays entirely in the hands of the opposite sex – and with two dashing examples of male prowess, the decision could not have been easy.
Up until this Weigh In when Tiffany overtook him, Sean was the overall Biggest Loser – with an amazing loss of 42.9kg – so perhaps for strategic reasons only, he’s gone.
But hang on…wait a minute…who’s that knocking at the Camp Biggest Loser door…???
Starting Weight 132.5
New Weight 91.4
Weight Loss 42.9kg
Saturday April 26 8.30am
Her magic stolen by Diva, Alex is regular Alexandra Wilson again. But when Kuru frees her from captivity, she leads a rebellion and fights a climactic battle to overthrow Diva. Manjipoor will never be the same!
Tuesday April 21 7.30am
It’s all about turtles today! Totally wild reporter Sean Kennedy hosts the show and looks at freshwater and marine turtles.
Saturday April 12
All times are local times. All simulcast on Ten and One unless stated otherwise.
Essendon Vs Collingwood, MCG
Commentary team: Stephen Quartermain, Tim Lane, Robert Walls, Luke Darcy, Andrew Maher and Mark Howard.
Sydney 2.00pm (Live)
Brisbane 2.00pm (Live)
Adelaide 1.30pm (Live)
Perth 12.00pm (Live)
North Melbourne Vs Richmond, Docklands (Game Not Broadcast On One)
Commentary team: Anthony Hudson, Michael Christian, Malcolm Blight, Mark Howard.
Adelaide 6.30pm (Live)
Fremantle Vs Sydney Swans, Subiaco (Foxtel)
Sydney 8.30pm (Live)
Perth 6.30pm (Live)
Hawthorn Vs West Coast, Aurora Stadium (Foxtel)
Perth 3.00pm (Live)
Friday April 24 8.30pm
Guest Stars: James Van Der Beek
What seems like a standard missing person’s case becomes more and more complicated as Allison begins to suspect that the missing mother may be a victim of her peculiar children. the deeper Allison digs the stranger the case and the woman’s children, Brooke and Dylan become. meanwhile, Joe’s sister, Sarah shows up unexpectedly, looking for a place to stay as her marriage falls apart.
James Van Der Beek Trivia:
Where oh where has the young Van Der Beek been
since Joey chose Pacey in the Infamous Creek??
Well he’s been popping up everywhere in television
land. Here’s a list of just a few of the shows he’s
“One Tree Hill” …. Dixon (3 episodes, 2008-2009)
“How I Met Your Mother” …. Simon (1 episode, 2008)
“Ugly Betty” …. Luke Carnes (1 episode, 2007)
“Criminal Minds” …. Raphael / … (2 episodes, 2007)
Football Wives (2007) (Tv) …. Brian Reynolds
Eye Of The Beast (2007) (Tv) …. Dan Leland
“Robot Chicken” …. Bush’s Aide / … (2 episodes, 2006)