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Weekly TV Guide 7-12 August

On August 7, 2017

Monday: Game of Thrones, 8.30pm, showcase
Season 7. Daenerys holds court. Cersei returns a gift.

Tuesday: The House with Annabel Crabb, 8.30pm, ABC
Join host Annabel Crabb on an all-access visit to Australia's Parliament House. As the 45th parliament opens with a new cast of apprehensive MPs and an unpredictable new senate, Annabel takes us on a tour of the engine room.

Wednesday: Inside St Paul’s Cathedral, 7.30pm, SBS
For three centuries, St Paul's Cathedral in London has been a church for the people and the most important events: from Prince Charles and Lady Diana Spencer's wedding, to Winston Churchill's funeral.

Thursday: The Handmaid’s Tale, 8.30pm, SBS on demand
Based on Margaret Atwood’s best-selling novel, The Handmaid’s Tale takes place in Gilead, a theocratic regime that values women only through their ability to reproduce. Offred (Elisabeth Moss) is Handmaiden to a wealthy couple who cannot conceive, and must navigate her way through Gilead unnoticed.

Friday: Happy Valley, 9.20pm, ABC
Catherine comes face-to-face with Tommy, and John takes drastic action against Vicky's threats.

Saturday: Gypsy, Netflix
In this thriller therapist Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts develops dangerous and intimate relationships with the people in her patients’ lives.

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