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TV Weekly Guide 24-30 April

On April 24, 2017

Monday: House of Bond, 9.00pm, Nine
The amazing story of the rise and fall of Alan Bond, Australia's richest man and winner of the America's Cup in the 1980s.

Tuesday: Wentworth, 8.30pm, showcase
While Liz languishes back in Wentworth waiting for Don to come to her rescue, Sonia is a free woman, and Franky plans her escape.

Wednesday: The Warriors, 9.30pm, ABC
When Bill tries to toughen the boys up with a visit to the infamous Onion's Ring gym, tensions emerge between Maki and Zane.

Thursday: Medici: Masters of Florence, 8.35pm, SBS
An eight part series starring Dustin Hoffman. This political family drama takes audiences on a journey through stunning medieval Italy, telling the story of the Medici dynasty and how they found extreme wealth.

Friday: River, 9.30pm, ABC
When Bill tries to toughen the boys up with a visit to the infamous Onion's Ring gym, tensions emerge between Maki and Zane.

Saturday: 13 Reasons Why, Netflix
Based on the 2007 novel by Jay Asher. The first season consists of thirteen episodes, all available on Netflix.

Sunday: The Witness for the Prosecution, 8.30pm, BBC First
A dashing young chancer is accused of murdering a rich widow for her money. Stars Kim Cattrall.

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