Jack Irish finds himself staring down the barrel of a brand new case, but something goes awry and Jack ends up framed for murder. While it seems it is curtains for Jack, an alibi turns up out of the blue.
Jared is head-over-heels in love with his pregnant bride-to-be, Renee. Are they ready for marriage & parenthood? Having been told she was adopted just days before her mum died, Pauline is searching for her birth mother.
Returning for a second series, with new characters along with returning favourites including, Townsville’s favourite gays, the Housewives of Narromine, Blakforce & Tiffany, the culturally confused wannabe black, white girl.
The Last Leg gang are sent from the UK to the Australian wilderness for the ultimate road trip. A comedic journey where the boys learn about Australia, and each other. Presented by Adam Hills, Josh Widdicombe & Alex Brooker.
The Weekly promises to put the sense back into the nonsense of the news world, with three comedians who are experts at supplying sense, and eliminating none. Charlie Pickering, Tom Gleeson & Kitty Flanagan.
Hosted by Tony Jones, Q&A puts punters, pollies and pundits together in the studio to thrash out the hot issues of the week. It’s about democracy in action – the audience gets to ask the questions. Joining host Tony Jones on the Q&A panel on Monday will be 2016 Australian of the Year, David Morrison; 2016 Senior Australian of the Year, Gordian Fulde; 2015 Australian of the Year, Rosie Batty; Indigenous Affairs Editor, Guardian Australia, Stan Grant; and 2016 SA Finalist Young Australian of the Year, Manal Younus.
Dr Lucien Blake returns home to find Ballarat hosting a very public stopover in a round – Australia motor race – and a very suspicious death.
Catalyst presents science stories from Australia and around the world – meeting scientists at the forefront of discovery, and uncovering scientific breakthroughs that impact our lives however big or small.
Julia Zemiro takes Kerry O’Brien back to his childhood in suburban Brisbane. Kerry speaks candidly about his difficult relationship with the Brothers at St Laurence’s College & the long-term effects of a career in journalism.
Media Watch is Australia’s leading forum for media analysis and comment. Presented by Paul Barry, the program shines the spotlight on those who make the news, uncovering conflicts of interest, misrepresentation and manipulation.