TV1 - CHANNEL HIGHLIGHTS
Week 10: Saturday 7th March 2015 - Friday 13th March, 2015
The second of two programmes about the grizzlies of Alaska focuses on the bears during the world-famous salmon run, during which they must catch hundreds of fish if they are to bulk up to survive the harsh winter months.
Parsnip and her cub Pushki have returned to the bay to feed on the salmon - but with predatory adults all around and fierce competition for the food, the mother must protect her baby as they prepare to hibernate.
OUR FIRST HOME
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, 7.30PM
The families are at the mid-way point of their renovations and while some may be cracking under the pressure, it’s now more important than ever for them to dig deep and persevere. But it’s a tough week ahead, one full of set-backs, high-tension and a worrying fall for one of the mums.
On Sunday, two of the mums are on an emotional rollercoaster as Kathy Wardlaw realises she’s lost a family heirloom, and Robyn Schreuder has an accident during the Concrete Dash task.
On Monday, there’s tension growing in the Wardlaw family but at least their renovation is progressing. The Schreuders and Gourleys are all facing setbacks and after a failure to complete their master bedroom last week, the Gourleys are under extra pressure as they have double the spaces to finish.
On Tuesday, the families race to complete their finished spaces, but the experts are less than impressed with one families finished room. Will consent issues finally be resolved for the Schreuders?
IN THE CLUB
SUNDAY 8TH MARCH, 8.35PM
When life isn't all you expect…
This warm, funny and dramatic series tells the stories of six pregnant women and their partners, all brought together by the life-changing experience of imminent parenthood.
Created and written by Kay Mellor and featuring her trademark mix of drama and comedy, this ensemble series follows the relationships of these expectant parents, as well as the twists and turns of their individual stories.
Meeting at a weekly antenatal class, these diverse characters range from a 40-something businesswoman going through a messy divorce after falling for a penniless young artist; to a housewife who finds out she's expecting miracle twins just as her husband takes drastic action to deal with mounting debts; from a scared 15-year-old schoolgirl desperately trying to conceal her pregnancy; to a newlywed young woman worried that a stupid mistake could ruin her marriage; and a teaching assistant fighting her growing feelings for the biological father of the child she’s expecting with her female partner.
As the babies begin to arrive, only one thing’s for sure – nothing will ever be the same again!
FAT TONY & CO
TUESDAY 10TH MARCH, 9.30PM
In the gripping season finale of Fat Tony & Co, the Australian detectives reach a breakthrough in Mokbel’s location, and a tip-off sends the Police to Greece on a hunt for the gangster.
The Police are close on Mokbel’s path, but will they be fast enough to get him before he plans his next escape?
Don't miss this gripping conclusion to TV ONE's drama series about one of Australia's most notorious criminals.
SHED OF THE YEAR
THURSDAY 12TH MARCH, 7.30PM
As the competition to find Britain's best shed reaches its climax, George Clarke and his fellow judges look at the final groups of shortlisted sheds battling it out for a place in the grand final.
But with two more categories to go, the team must first pay a visit to some of their most ingenious and quirky sheds yet; including a Dad's Army themed shed complete with air raid siren, and a 1970s amusement park in a shed equipped with a 12-foot working ferris wheel.
The judges then face the near impossible task of deciding which of these ingenious designs most deserves the overall prize of Shed of the Year 2014.
In a celebration of innovation and eccentricity, Britain’s Shed of The Year competition is a delightful showcase of how the humble garden shed has evolved to become a place of secret hobbies, hidden passions and extraordinary design.