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Sunday: About Time, 8.30pm, Foxtel Masterpiece
Starring Bill Nighy and Rachel McAdams. A Richard Curtis comedy about a young man who discovers on his 21st birthday that he can travel in time and change what happens and has happened in his own life.

Monday: Brooklyn Nine-Nine , 10.00pm, SBS
It's Halloween night, a busy time of the year for any police precinct. Amy detests the holiday, and is not thrilled when she has to don a costume to go undercover on street patrol with Charles. Back at the precinct, Jake bets Captain Holt that he can steal his Medal of Valour before midnight, which results in him bringing out some costumes of his own.

Tuesday: Who Do You Think You Are: Lisa McCune, 7.30pm, SBS
Actor Lisa McCune has a successful career on screen and stage, but the McCune name she's made famous does not feature in her biological family tree. As a teenager Lisa learned that the man she knew as her grandfather was not her dad's biological father. Her dad, Malcolm, was fostered out as a very young child and his brothers were placed in an orphanage. Lisa's Dad knows little about his biological father beyond a name - George Bloomer. Lisa embarks on a quest to find out about the mysterious George Bloomer.

Wednesday: The Tourist, 9.40pm, Nine
American tourist Frank meets a mysterious beauty who drags him into a dangerous world of intrigue and espionage while travelling through Europe. Starring Johnny Depp, Angelina Jolie and Paul Bettany.

Thursday: Silk, 8.30pm, ABC
The head of chambers Alan Cowdrey discovers his son has been arrested for attacking a policeman at an anti-capitalist demo. Martha is sure the coppers are bent and agrees to defend him. Starring Rupert Penry-Jones.

Friday: The British People: People Power, 7.30pm, SBS
This gripping seven-part series is about the history of the British Isles from Stonehenge to World War Two, the Roman occupation to the discovery of penicillin. The Norman Conquest of 1066 transformed Britain, as William the Conqueror sought to assert his power over the whole of England by dismantling the Anglo-Saxon aristocracy and crushing regional diversity. We discover the human cost of his campaign and the lasting legacy of the social structures established by the Normans, and how a spirit of resistance began to foment among the population. Dramatic reconstructions also reveal how the longbow was instrumental in Henry V's famous victory at the battle of Agincourt in 1415. Stars including Tim Roth, Jeremy Irons and Tracey Emin explore the rampage and rebellion of medieval Britain during the Black Death and Peasants' Revolt..

Saturday: The Queen, 8.30pm, SBS
After the death of Princess Diana, Queen Elizabeth II struggles with her reaction to a sequence of events nobody could have predicted. Starring Helen Mirren.

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