Sunday: Tim Winton’s The Turning, 9.40pm, ABC
Starring Cate Blanchet and Hugo Weaving, seventeen Australian directors create chapters of the hauntingly beautiful novel by Tim Winton. The overlapping stories explore the extraordinary turning points in ordinary people's lives.
Monday: Stephen Hawking’s Future Universe: Virtual World, 8.35pm, SBS
Virtual World - Stephen Hawking and his team investigate how reality is being increasingly stretched as people become less dependent on the physical world and more involved with the virtual electronic world.
Tuesday: Copying Beethoven, 8.30pm, Foxtel Romance
Starring Diane Kruger and Ed Harris. When young Anna Holz, a Viennese music student is asked to transcribe scoring notes for the great Ludwig van Beethoven, she eagerly accepts and is drawn into the maestro's tortured and inspired world.
Wednesday: The Good Wife, 8.30pm, Ten
Series return. With her plans almost finalised, Alicia tries to keep the suspicions of her co-workers at bay.
Thursday: Janet King, 8.30pm, ABC
Senior Prosecutor Janet (Marta Dusseldrop) returns from maternity leave to confront a high-profile murder, and a conspiracy which will have shocking ramifications throughout the judicial system.
Friday: The Proposal, 8.30pm, Seven
When high-powered book editor Margaret faces deportation back to Canada, she declares that she's actually engaged to her put-upon assistant Andrew, whom she's tormented for years. Starring Sandra Bullock and Ryan Reynolds.
Saturday: Quantum of Solace, 8.30pm, Seven
Seeking revenge for the death of his lover, secret agent James Bond sets out to stop an environmentalist from taking control of a country's valuable resource. Can he stop the extremist before it is too late? Starring Daniel Craig as James Bond.
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