Sunday: The Night Manager, 8.30, BBC Frist
On the Mediterranean island of Mallorca, Roper's life of luxury and calm is shattered. Six months earlier, Burr continues her recruitment of Pine, sending him to Devon to build his cover story. Starring Hugh Laurie and Tom Hiddleston.
Monday: Downton Abbey, 9.00pm, Seven
The family face a shocking turn of events at Brooklands race track, while Molesley and Daisy are put to the test.
Tuesday: River Cottage Australia, 8.30pm, Lifestyle Food
In the last year Paul's family has grown, so he employs a local as his part-time farm hand. Paul has grand plans to take his food message on the road but has he bitten off more than he can chew?
Wednesday: The Leisure Class, 6.30pm, Showcase
Taking place primarily over the course of one night, the story follows a charming English con man, William Rooney, who creates a false identity to marry wealthy socialite Fiona Langston, the daughter of US Senator.
Thursday: Inside Hestonís World, 8.30pm, SBS
World-famous chef, Heston Blumenthal, prepares to move his three Michelin-starred restaurant, The Fat Duck, 10,000 miles from England to Australia.
Friday: Grantchester, 8.30pm, ABC
Premiere of the second season starring James Norton. When Grantchester vicar, Sidney Chambers is wrongly accused of a terrible crime, unmasking the real culprit sends shockwaves through the community.
Saturday: Cuffs, 8.30pm, ABC
Final in the series. Jo is reassigned to a domestic violence case and this time she has the means to prosecute. However, Jake's inexperience and his relationship with defence lawyer Simon threatens to blow her case apart.
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