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Sunday: A Young Doctor’s Notebook, 8.30pm, BBC First
S1, Ep1. Straight out of med school, a young doctor is sent to a remote village to run a small hospital. The young doctor soon discovers that the realities of his profession bear no resemblance to his training. Starring Jon Hamm (Mad Men) and Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter).

Monday: The Honourable Woman, 8.30pm, BBC First
S1, Ep1. The Empty Chair: Powerful businesswoman Nessa Stein is thrown head-first into a game of political cat-and-mouse when a Palestinian businessman with close connections to her family's empire is killed. Starring Maggie Gyllenhaal.

Tuesday: Brilliant Creatures, 8.30pm, ABC
Howard Jacobson explores four cultural iconoclasts: satirist Barry Humphries, art critic Bob Hughes, feminist/academic Germaine Greer and writer/broadcaster Clive James, who left Australia in the '50s and '60s to change the world.

Wednesday: Hostages, 8.30pm, Studio
This psychological drama series follows a renowned surgeon about to perform surgery on the prime minister of Israel, but her family is taken hostage and she is ordered to sabotage the operation and kill him, or her family will die.

Thursday: Silk, 8.30pm, ABC
Martha has to defend an old friend and ask the tough questions. Billy is shocked when a corrupt solicitor from Shoe Lane's past appears to ask for redemption. Starring Rupert Penry Jones.

Friday: My Best Friend’s Wedding, 8.30pm, Seven
Julia Roberts stars as Julianne Potter, who finds out that her ex and long-time best friend is getting married - in four days. Upon realizing she loves him, Julianne sets out to break off the wedding and win the groom.

Saturday: Anzac Girls, 10.00pm, ABC
Final episode. Alice, Hilda and Elsie are stationed only kilometres from the front, with the possibility of death edging ever closer and the war seeming like it will never end.

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