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Weekly TV Guide 5-11 November

On November 6, 2017

Monday: Liar, 8.30pm, Seven
Andrew tries to push the situation with Laura to the back of his mind until a phone call from his son forces him to confront the accusations against him. Laura takes matters into her own hands.

Tuesday: The Great British Bake Off, 6.30pm, Lifestyle Food
Cake Week sees the bakers take on a fruity challenge. Prue sets her first technical challenge: a kids' party favourite. Plus, the trickiest show stopper ever set in the first week of Bake Off: an illusion cake.

Wednesday: Riviera, 9.40pm, SBS
The Clios family are questioned by police after the events of the gala. Meanwhile, Delormes uncovers wreckage from the yacht that may change everything.

Thursday: Bosch, 9.30pm, SBS
Bosch operates behind the scenes to expose wrongdoers. Killers are in the wind. Edgar deals with the fallout of a crucial choice.

Friday: Will & Grace, 8.00pm, Stan
Season 9 premiere.

Saturday: Victoria, 7.30pm, ABC
When Victoria's uncle Leopold proposes Albert as a husband, suitors swoop in, desperate to win the Queen's hand in marriage. Although Victoria is determined to reign alone.

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