At 6.05pm Sunday Feb 19, is the final of Expedition Tiger. This week, Grand Designs goes to Cornwall, while Midsomer Murders continues at 8.30pm with The Night of The Stag. At 10pm is Too Poor For Posh School which follows 11 sgort-listed candidates who compete for an education at one of the most prestigious schools in the world.
Tuesday Feb 21, sees the launch of new series A Farmer’s Life For Me at 6.00pm which is about Nine British couples with a dream of leaving the rat race, having the opportunity of a lifetime when they compete to win a sensational prize of running a farm in Suffolk for a year.
At 8.30pm, Tuesday Feb 21 is The Wild Ones: Kangaroo Mob where we meet a mob of “street smart” kangaroos moving into Australia’s capital city. At 9.30 Genious features Hairy Bikers and Jane Moore. That is followed by Artscape: Ochre and Ink at 10.00pm.
Wednesday night at 8.00pm is new series Woodley which is a refreshingly original eight-part comedy series Woodley, starring one of Australia’s favourite physical comedians Frank Woodley. Filled with virtuosic physical mayhem, Woodley is an unashamedly romantic comedy series the whole family will enjoy.
Adam Hills continues at 8.30pm, followed by Outland at 9.30pm Wednesday February 22.
Thursday’s (Feb 23) episode of Family Confidential features dashing corporate raider Robert Holmes à Court, The Straits follows at 8.30pm, then Dragon’s Den.
8.30pm Friday night Feb 24 sees the launch of new series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries (pictured). Get ready to immerse yourself in the opulent, exciting world of Australia’s leading lady detective Phryne Fisher (Essie Davis), in ABC1′s new 13-part drama series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. Phryne (pronounced Fry-nee) is a glamorous and thoroughly modern woman of the 1920s. Our lady sleuth sashays through the back lanes and jazz clubs of Melbourne, fighting injustice with her pearl-handled pistol and her dagger sharp wit.
At 9.30 Friday Feb 24 is Luther while Accused on Saturday Feb 25 is Alison’s Story.