Sunday: Barracuda, 8.40pm, ABC
Based on the book by Christos Tsiolkas, this eight part series stars Rachel Griffiths. A scholarship brings Daniel closer to his dream of winning Olympic gold when he begins training under esteemed coach Frank Torma. He faces fierce opposition from golden boy champion Martin.
Monday: The Kettering Incident, 8.30pm, showcase
With Chloe's phone found crushed in the forest, the police mount a search. The tension between the Greenies and loggers intensifies.
Tuesday: Donna Hay, Basics to Brilliant, 8.30pm, Lifestyle Food
Donna teaches us her recipe for a delicious slow-roasted lamb shoulder along with the easiest spelt dough you'll ever make and a velvety smooth dark chocolate ganache so decadent you'll be unable to resist.
Wednesday: Madam Secretary, 9.30pm, Ten
As Elizabeth is met with hostility while trying to deal with the Russian government following President Ostrov's death, Henry's student Dmitri is abducted and interrogated about being a Russian spy.
Thursday: New Blood, 8.30pm, ABC
Two young investigators take on the establishment in this fast-paced drama from multi-award-winning author and screenwriter, Anthony Horowitz. Brimming with action, intrigue and wit, it's a fresh take on contemporary crime drama.
Friday: The Graham Norton Show, 8.30pm, Ten
A compilation of highlights from series 19, featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Tom Hiddleston, Meryl Streep, Ryan Gosling, Dame Helen Mirren, Chris Hemsworth, Russell Crowe, Johnny Depp and many more.
Saturday: The Coroner, 7.30pm, ABC
Judith and Mick are among the crowds to see local business man PB Bradshaw, and his glamorous wife, Joy, reopen their flagship restaurant.
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