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TV Weekly Guide 5 -11 October

On October 5, 2014

Sunday: Robin Williams Remembered, 10.15pm, SBS
Stars and friends of Robin Williams will share memories of the late comedian. The special will feature Williams' last full-length television interview, including never-before-seen footage and Williams' stories from his early days as a stand-up comedian, his desire to be a dramatic actor and his efforts to entertain U.S. troops overseas. It will also feature tributes and interviews with Williams' friends Henry Winkler, Yakov Smirnoff, Louie Anderson, Paul Rodriguez, Rick Overton, Blake Clark, Pauly Shore and George Schlatter, as well as Penny Marshall, Whoopi Goldberg, Jerry Stiller, Jimmie Walker and Williams' Mork & Mindy co-stars Pam Dawber and the late Jonathan Winters.

Monday: Party Tricks, 8.30pm, Ten
State Premier Kate Ballard is shocked when the Opposition reveals its new election candidate David McLeod. Unbeknown to the public, Kate and David share a secret past. Let the games begin. Starring Asher Keddie.

Tuesday: The Crimson Field, 8.30pm, BBC First?
Drama series presenting one of the untold stories of World War I. Kitty Trevelyan tries to put past troubles behind her as she joins two other girls to volunteer at one of the busy war hospitals in northern France.

Wednesday: Salamander, 9.30pm, SBS
In this gripping new series, a professional criminal gang tunnels into the Jonkhere Bank in Brussels. 66 of the 800 safes are opened, the rest remain untouched. The 66 owners are all top names from Belgium's business world, courts, politics, unions, military. Fearing the greatest scandal in Belgian history, bank manager Jonkhere, the court and the 66 safe owners cover up the robbery. Nothing happened and the secrets are safe, until Brussels detective Paul Gerardi is tipped off by a long-forgotten informant. (New Series Premiere) (Ep.1)

Thursday: The Writers’ Room, 8.00pm, BIO
Scandal: Host Jim Rash takes viewers to visit the creative team behind Scandal. Hear them dish about the creative process behind the network TV hit.

Friday: Dead Boss, 9.25pm, BBC First
S1, Ep1. Helen Stephens is sent to prison for murdering her boss, managing director of Entirely Tiles. While she struggles to come to terms with her situation, those around her want to keep her inside.

Saturday: Scott & Bailey, 8.30pm, ABC
Series Return. When a vulnerable young man goes missing, the suspicion is he's dead already. But a search of a local quarry reveals the unexpected. Meanwhile both Scott and Bailey apply for Sergeant.

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