Bolt, Seven, 6.30pm
For super-dog Bolt, every day is filled with adventure, danger and intrigue – at least, until the cameras stop rolling. When the star of a hit television show is accidentally shipped from his Hollywood sound stage to New York City, he begins his biggest adventure yet – a cross-country journey through the real world.
Logan’s Run, GO!, 12.30am
One of the all time classic Sci Fi movies gets another replay on GO! In the year 2274, the world’s urban centres have been abandoned due to ecological disaster, and the remaining population has forged a society in a domed city, where no one is allowed to live past age 30. Michael York stars as a population control agent who, nearing the age of 30, goes on the run to avoid certain death, and Richard Jordan plays his ex-partner determined to hunt him down. Starring: Michael York, Richard Jordan
Mega Disasters – Oil Apocalypse, 7mate 10.30pm.
The world we’ve created runs on oil, but the oil won’t last forever. Many experts predict that it will begin to run out sometime this century. The best-case scenario is a worldwide depression but what is the worst-case scenario?
Animal Mega Moves, SBS ONE, 7.30pm.
This episode follows a team attempt to capture and move a herd of 80 elephants 400km across Africa to a special reserve. It’s a huge challenge. The team helicopters to locate the herds in the bush, dart them to tranquilise them, then use cranes to carefully lift them onto trucks and transport them by road to their new
Four Corners, ABC News 24, 8.01pm (AEST)
If you missed this week’s episode on ABC1, here is your chance to catch it again. It covers in depth the pros and cons of the National Broadband Network, as investigated by Stephen Long. It also shows the NBN at work and how it has transformed one school in Tasmania already hooked up to the network.