Mark Mylow intends to marry beautiful Julie Mitchell. For his stag night, Mark wants to camp out in the woods under the stars accompanied by his Best Man, Al Large, but it is not long before the two intrepid campers are lost in the woods. Then an adder bites Mark's ankle and he suffers a potentially fatal allergic reaction. Al has finally flown the nest, and has been busy setting up his first home. The flat needs a lot of work to make it habitable again. While he was wandering in the woods, his dad Bert thought he would try to spruce the place up for him, with disastrous consequences. Meanwhile, it appears the beaches of North Cornwall are being stormed by legions of poisonous fish intent on terrorizing the teenage population of Portwenn. Teenage boys have been lining up for treatment for weever fish stings. Martin is furious to hear that the boys had been playing a deadly game of who could stand the pain of being stung the longest.
8pm A PLACE TO CALL HOME: Living In The Shadow - Drama - A compelling melodrama about love and loss set against the social change of the 1950s.
Rene remains cold to Sarah following the revelation that she's carrying George's baby. After one of Regina's threats goes too far, she retreats to the farmhouse, but still proves dangerous. Anna confides in Olivia about her unhappiness, accidentally disclosing the contents of Andrew's letter.
Located north of the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, the Lembeh Strait is a hotspot of marine biodiversity. In the fascinating documentary SEA OF CREEPY MONSTERS, two wildlife filmmakers use macro cinematography to bring viewers up close with the countless amazing creatures that thrive in this underwater ecosystem, including miniature seahorses, mantis shrimp, and even a previously unidentified species of sea slug.
Sunday 8pm GENIUS BY STEPHEN HAWKING: Professor Stephen Hawking reveals our true potential in a radical new science show which challenges a selection of volunteers and the viewer to think like the greatest geniuses of the past and answer some of humanity's toughest and most enduring questions.
Using large-scale experiments and incredible stunts, we'll follow the volunteers' journeys as they get to grips with molecular biology, astrophysics and even quantum mechanics. Likewise, we'll learn about the geniuses whose discoveries helped build our scientific knowledge and allowed us to solve questions like "Where are we?" "Are we alone?" and "Can we travel through time?"
9pm Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries - Crime/Drama - Phryne Fisher is a thoroughly modern woman of the late 1920s operating in a mostly male world. The glamorous “lady detective” goes about her work with a pistol close at hand—and, more often than not, a male admirer even closer.
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9pm MISS FISHER'S MURDER MYSTERIES - Crime/Drama -A glamorous woman of the 20’s Phryne Fisher fights injustice with her pearl-handled pistol and her dagger sharp wit.
IN THIS EPISODE: The Green Mill Murder - Phryne goes out for a night of dancing at Melbourne's top club, but the fun comes to an end after one of the patrons is stabbed to death. When a friend becomes the chief suspect, Phryne not only has to prove he didn't do it, she has to prove who did.
7pm FIRST PEOPLES - History/Science - See how the mixing of prehistoric human genes led the way for our species to survive and thrive around the globe. Archaeology, genetics and anthropology cast new light on 200,000 years of history, detailing how early humans became dominant.
IN THIS EPISODE: ASIA Discover the ancient humans who were living across Asia when Homo sapiens arrived.