Sunday: The Interview – Stephen Hawking, 8.30pm, SBS
Dara O'Briain spends time with Stephen Hawking, attending the premiere of The Theory of Everything, and then at Professor Hawking's home and place of work in Cambridge.
Monday: Ray Donovan, 8.30pm, Showcase
Set in the mecca of LA, Ray Donovan is back in business and returns with an all new season. Ray is adrift from his family and those closest to him, while he focuses on business and desires to be his own boss. Katie holmes joins the cast with Liev Schreiber and Jon Voight.
Tuesday: Anh Does Italy, 7.30pm, Seven
Comedian Anh Do is on a special quest to see Italy. From gondoliers of Venice to pasta nonnas of Bari, Anh experiences the best of Italy. Tonight, he will also test drive a hand-made Lamborghini.
Wednesday, Madam Secretary, 8.30pm, Ten
A Russian nuclear submarine disappears in American waters, putting Elizabeth in a tricky situation. Stevie struggles with internet rumours romantically linking her to the President's son.
Thursday: Glitch, 8.30pm, ABC
Vic is behaving strangely after his car accident. James relies on Maria to take him to Elishia's hideout, while Elishia uses Charlie to test the boundary around Yoorana, looking for a safe way out of town.
Friday: The Graham Norton Show, 8.30pm, Ten
Graham Norton showcases his wickedly cheeky sense of humour in this fast-paced interview show. Guests include Miranda Hart, Rupert Everett, Greg Davies and Electro Velvet.
Saturday: Room 101, 8.30pm, SBS
Paul McDermott is joined by Australian TV legend, journalist and author Ray Martin. Ray wants Paul to banish parking inspectors, small dogs and opera.
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