TV1 - CHANNEL HIGHLIGHTS
Week 46: Saturday 8th Novem ber - Friday 14th October, 2014
SATURDAY, 8TH NOVEMBER 9.30PM
Viewers will be transported back to Nashville tonight when the series returns to TV ONE on Saturday nights.
When we arrive back in Music City, a personal crisis for Rayna causes her to leave before her sold-out concert with Juliette in New York City. For Juliette though, the show must go on, and when Avery becomes a roadie for her, secrets involving the men in Rayna’s life see the light of day.
Shot entirely in Nashville, Tennessee, each episode will continue to take us into a captivating world of music, power, sex, love, heartbreak and redemption, featuring original songs by established and breakout songwriters sung by the stars of the series.
OUR BIG BLUE BACKYARD
SUNDAY, 9TH NOVEMBER, 7.30PM
The creatures of New Zealand’s oldest marine reserve are safe from humans, but that doesn’t mean life is easy. They are under constant attack from marauding dolphins, diving cormorants, and the sharks and the marlin that live beyond the boundaries of the reserve.
Inside the Goat Island Reserve, giant snapper can live for eighty years and crayfish grow to weigh eight kilos. Both feed on the thousands of sea urchins that graze the kelp forest, maintaining a delicately balanced ecosystem.
Like many of the reserve’s inhabitants, they entrust their larvae to the ocean currents - but just how do they find their way back to the reef when they take on their adult form and settle down?
SUNDAY 9TH NOVEMBER, 8.30PM
The compelling crime-drama Happy Valley continues tonight on TV ONE.
Kevin is quickly realising the enormity of what he has set in motion by facilitating the kidnapping of his boss’ daughter, Ann. As Nevison explains his fear of telling his terminally ill wife of Ann’s abduction, Kevin feels increasingly guilty.
Meanwhile Catherine's search for Tommy Lee Royce gains momentum when she receives a tip-off regarding his whereabouts, much to the concern of Claire, who thought her sister had put all that in the past.
Catherine is determined to make Tommy pay for what he did to her daughter, and as she inches closer to him she finds herself struggling to keep the balance between her personal and professional life.
BORDER SECURITY INTERNATIONAL
MONDAY 10TH NOVEMBER, 7.30PM
Every day, 20,000 passengers request entry into Canada by way of Vancouver International Airport, and many more at land crossings in the Lower Mainland of BC.
While most experience the usual uneasiness that comes with passing through immigration and customs, others have more legitimate reasons to feel nervous.
Border Security International is a revealing look at life on the front lines of national security. In episode two of this new series, we follow officers as they tackle terrorism, drugs and illegal immigration on Canada's front doorstep.
A dynamic documentary series that offers viewers a front row seat to high stakes, bizarre reveals, and comical conflicts that are part of everyday life for border security officers.
WEDNESDAY 12TH NOVEMBER, 9.30PM
A Christchurch man and his team of off-duty police officers are putting themselves to work rescuing women and children from South East Asia’s sex trade in Undercover Rescue.
Daniel Walker is a regular visitor to this part of the world, and after four years of doing the job on his own, he now co-ordinates the Kiwi undercover work that results in the rescue of women and children being held against their will. Instead of being sold to Westerners and locals for sex, they are put into well-resourced aftercare that will keep them safe and give them the means to re-enter their lives.
With great personal risk, this disciplined, skilled and resourceful group is dedicated to making a difference on an individual and global level. With challenges including finding the victims, collecting evidence to incriminate their captors, and finding local law authorities who are themselves not corrupt, their mission is to rescue individuals whose lives are no longer their own.