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TV Weekly Guide May 3-9

On May 3, 2015

Sunday: Looking for Kate, 5.30pm, Bio
Kate Moss, the top model who is only 1.69 meters tall, still remains, at the age of 40, the model that everyone wants to employ and that everybody knows. But who really is Kate Moss? She is a veritable icon, a muse of the greatest designers, a shrewd businesswoman (her 2012 revenues are estimated at 9.2 million dollars) and a designer for Longchamp, Topshop and Fred. She has even been the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris and of an auction at Christie's in London, featuring artwork images of her. Kate Moss has had the longest and most successful modelling career, but also the most turbulent, and yet she still the remains the top top-model. Although she never gives interviews, everybody knows her - without really knowing her.

Monday: Game of Thrones, 7.30pm, Showcase
The Faith Militant grow increasingly aggressive while Jaime and Bronn head south. Meanwhile, Ellaria and the Sand Snakes vow vengeance.

Tuesday: Togetherness, 7.30pm, Showcase
Brett's invite to a movie premiere leads to an impromptu night on the town for everyone while Tina and Alex engage in a personal "mission". Meanwhile, Brett looks to mend a work relationship and Michelle meets David, a divorced dad who wants to start a new charter school.

Wednesday: The Good Wife, 9.30pm, TEN
When a former client calls Alicia after being charged with murder tied to a case from 2009, Alicia reviews the old case, prompting memories of her early days as a lawyer.

Thursday: Downton Abbey, 9.15pm, Seven
The Crawley's head to a shooting party at Brancaster Castle where a butler with an axe to grind and a scandalous secret threaten the holiday.

Friday: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, 8.30pm, ABC
When the unfortunate assistant in a magic show is beheaded on stage, Jack and Phryne?s investigation unravels a secret murder in the past. Phryne?s estranged father makes a surprise visit from England.

Saturday: Wolf Hall, 8.30pm, BBC First
Based on Hilary Mantel’s award-winning, best-selling novels. An epic six-part drama chronicling the rise of Thomas Cromwell, the son of a humble blacksmith who became Henry VIII’s chief minister, as he navigated the corridors of power in the Tudor court. Wolf Hall stars Damian Lewis Mark Rylance, Claire Foy, and Jonathan Pryce.

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