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TV Weekly Guide 20th-27th April

On April 20, 2014

Sunday: The Graham Norton Show, 10pm, TEN

Graham Norton showcases his wickedly cheeky sense of humour in this fast-paced interview show. Guests include Ant & Dec, Jamie Dornan, Aaron Paul, Ellie Goulding, and Naomi Campbell.

Monday: Game of Thrones, 7.30pm, Showcase

Breaker Of Chains: Tyrion ponders his options, while Tywin extends an olive branch. Jon proposes a bold plan.

Tuesday: New Tricks, 8.30pm, ABC

The UCOS team investigate the case of a cycle courier who was the victim of a hit and run in May 2006. He was left with a serious brain injury and complete memory loss of anything prior to the accident.

Wednesday: Intelligence, 9.00pm, Seven

The U.S. Cyber Command Lillian Strand, hires Secret Service agent Riley Neal to protect their greatest asset - agent Gabriel Vaughn who has a cyber chip implanted in his brain which connects him to the Internet and various data banks. They are quickly on the job when the creator of Gabriel's implant is kidnapped by Chinese agents are creating their own skilled agents.

Thursday: Mamma Mia, 8.30pm, Seven

Based on a Broadway musical and featuring the music by ABBA, it tells the story of Sophie a young woman who goes on a quest to search for her father's identity. Inviting three men from her mother's past back to the Greek island paradise they last visited twenty years ago she attempts to narrow down which one of the men is her father much to her mothers' sanity. Starring Meryl Streep and Colin Firth.

Friday: Birthday Girl, 8.30pm, Foxtel Romance

Nicole Kidman, Ben Chaplin. A lonely bank clerk sends away for a Russian mail-order bride and winds up with a glamorous sweetheart but it seems this Eastern Bloc beauty also comes with a shady past and shadier friends.

Saturday: The Debt, 9.30pm, Seven
Helen Mirren, Tom Wilkinson. Helen Mirren stars as retired Mossad secret agent Rachel, who was successful in the capture of a Nazi criminal in 1965. 30 years on, secrets of that mission will come back to haunt her.

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