TV ONE - CHANNEL HIGHLIGHTS
Week 28: Saturday 11th July 2015 - Friday 17th July, 2015
TV ONE spices up your Saturday afternoons with all-new local series The Game Chef.
Fronting the show is Angelo Georgalli - a successful chef with over twenty years’ experience in the hospitality industry.
Angelo is a well-known personality on the cut-throat Auckland food scene but has relocated south to picturesque Wanaka where he is able to indulge his two passions; food and archery. That’s right – Angelo is not only a formidable presence in the kitchen but he is also an ace archer, currently ranked at number two in New Zealand!
This unique cooking series follows Angelo as he introduces us to the concept of hunting a wide variety of New Zealand game using the time-honoured bow and arrow. He then works his magic as a chef, and demonstrates how to prepare and cook his catch using delicious recipes that are fun, and easy to follow.
The simplicity and beauty of Angelo’s methods are set against the enchanting backdrop of New Zealand’s Wanaka region, making it a feast for the eyes as well as the stomach!
Photo: Angelo Georgalli, The Game Chef.
DOLPHINS: SPY IN THE POD
SATURDAY 11TH JULY, 7.30PM
TV ONE invites you inside the pod of one of the world’s most popular animals this week.
Dolphins are one of the most social and playful animals on the planet. They develop strong family and group relationships and often work with other species to find a meal, whilst having plenty of fun along the way!
Focusing on a wild bottlenose dolphin pod off the coast of Mozambique, this stunning series explores the unexpected and never before seen aspects of dolphin behaviour, providing fascinating new insights into their lives.
State of the art ‘SpyCreatures’ infiltrate the dolphins’ underwater world, often interacting and engaging the curiosity of the dolphins themselves, offering a rare glimpse of their intelligence and personalities. A trained double agent dolphin, with cameras on its back and sides, brings back unique footage of its encounters and the unseen behaviour from right inside the pod.
This is dolphins up close and irresistible!
Photo: Dolphins: Spy In The Pod.
SUNDAY 12TH JULY, 8.30PM
Shocked to see Jaya, Adam's mother, Ralph ignores Cynthia Coffin's advice and goes to meet her where it becomes apparent that Adam is his son and it was Jaya's father who shot him.
He promises to find Jaya a home and ensure Adam's welfare.
Following their passionate embrace Alice and Aafrin are cool to each other.
He is surprised that his father has persuaded the family to welcome Sita into their house whilst she is charmed by handsome mountaineer Billy Farquhar - until he reveals that he is a friend of her husband, spying on her on his behalf.
Ralph pushes him downstairs, claiming it was an accident, but Billy leaves Simla anyway.
Barred from the club for drunkenness Ian is returning home from a visit to Ranu, who claims that Jaya stole from him, when he hears a scream and discovers a body.
Photo: Ralph Whelan (Henry Lloyd-Hughes).
MONDAY 13TH JULY, 9.25PM
Picking right up from last season’s dramatic finale, Castle returns for an all new season on TV ONE.
In a shocking twist, Richard Castle was last seen struck down by an ominous black SUV on the way to his much-anticipated nuptials.
After waiting in vain for Castle to arrive at the wedding, Beckett was called to an accident scene to find Castle’s car in a ravine, engulfed in flames.
Who or what caused the car crash? Will Castle survive?
Find out when the series returns.
Photo: Richard Castle (Nathan Fillion) and Kate Beckett (Stana Katic).
BRITAIN'S GOT TALENT
THURSDAY 16TH JULY, 7.30PM
It’s the final countdown! After weeks of fiercely competitive semi-finals it all comes down to this – the epic Britain’s Got Talent grand final.
From the utterly amazing to the downright weird - the Brits have seen it all. But now it’s time for the top acts to impress one last time by delivering their best performance yet.
The 10 finalists vying for the public’s votes are Simon's golden buzzer singing sensation Calum Scott, the dancing dads that are Old Men Grooving, magician Jamie Raven, dog act Jules and Matisse and Alesha’s golden buzzer 20-piece dance crew Entity Allstars.
But it won’t just be 10 acts on the stage tonight. In a shock twist last week, Ant & Dec revealed that, for the first time in BGT history, there will be TWO wild card acts added to the grand final - one selected by the judges and one to be picked by the viewers.
Who will snap up the two wild card spots? Could it be the sweet singing Henry Gallagher, street dance crew IMD Legion, Gospel choir Revelation Avenue, Amanda’s golden buzzer dancers Boyband or sword-wielding Jesse-Jane McParland?
Join judges David Walliams, Alesha Dixon, Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell in this nail-biting climax to see who the British public crown their champion; winning a prize of £250,000 and the chance to perform at this year's Royal Variety Performance.
Who will reign supreme for 2015?
Photo: Calum Scott.