Sunday: The Bletchley Circle, 9.30pm, ABC
Following the discovery of Lizzie Lancaster's true identity, the women are faced with a race against time to prove Alice's innocence. However further investigations lead them to uncover a much darker military conspiracy. Starring Hattie Morahan and Julie Graham.
Monday: Boardwalk Empire, 4.30pm, repeats 10.40pm Showcase
Series 5, Episode1. Golden Days for Boys and Girls: Nucky (Steve Buscemi) recalls his Atlantic City roots, and plots a post-Prohibition future in 1931 Cuba.
Tuesday: Devil’s Playground, 8.30pm, Showcase
Series1, Episode1. Part One: A psychological thriller set in the churches, schools and upper ranks of power in the Australian Catholic Church, which begins with the disappearance of a local Catholic schoolboy. Starring Simon Burke and Toni Collette.
Wednesday: Utopia, 8.30pm, ABC
The decision to include roadside art on a major highway upgrade leads to controversy. Things get worse when Tony's visit to a primary school results in the actual launch of Australia's first space program.
Thursday: Quirke, 8.30pm, BBC First
A young woman's death leads Quirke to uncover a secret of Dublin's high Catholic society, among them members of his own family. Starring Gabriel Byrne.
Friday: About a Boy, 8.30pm, Seven
A layabout Lothario poses as a single father in order to improve his luck with the ladies. However, he gets more than he bargained for when a lonely youngster with a depressed mother latches onto him. Will he change his ways and help a family in need? Starring Hugh Grant and Toni Collette.
Saturday: Perfect Sense, 8.30pm, SBS
One evening, chef Michael meets epidemiologist Susan, who despite their scars from their past, find themselves falling in love with each other. But as their love strengthens, so too does a pandemic which is steadily robbing the world's population of sensory perceptions. First to go is the sense of smell. Next is taste. But as the disease spreads across the world, so too does the realisation that the human race will always adjust, will always adapt, and without love - there is nothing. Starring Ewan McGregor.
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