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Weekly TV Guide May 4-10

On May 4, 2014

Sunday:The Killing Field, 8.40pm, Seven
In the small country town of Mingara, a teenage girl goes missing, prompting a large-scale operation to find her. Unexpectedly, five dead bodies are found in a field. Det. Eve Winter and Det. Lachlan McKenzie are brought in to lead the investigation and soon uncover long buried secrets of this sheltered town. As the investigation intensifies so do tensions within the community, with friends and neighbours turning against one another. Can it be that a serial killer has been living undetected in their midst all this time? Starring Rebecca Gibney and Peter OíBrien.

Monday: The Kennedy Women, 9.30pm, Bio
Renowned for their strength and poise, the Kennedy women have been at the heart of success, accomplishment, and scandal throughout history.

Tuesday: NCIS, 9.00pm, TEN
Rock and a Hard Place
After a bomb detonates in the dressing room at a military charity concert, the NCIS team must determine if the target was a washed-up '80s rocker or if the bomb was part of a larger scheme.

Wednesday:The Agony of Modern Manners, 9.30pm, ABC
Weddings & Funerals
Australia's brightest and funniest - the Agony Aunts and Uncles, discuss the do's and don'ts of weddings and funerals.

Thursday: The Great Gatsby, 8.30pm, Foxtel Movies
(2013) Leonardo DiCaprio, Tobey Maguire. Adapted from F. Scott Fitzgerald classic novel, in 1920s New York City a war veteran is attracted to the lavish world of the super-rich. But soon he recognises its illusions and deceits.

Friday: The Thomas Crown Affair, 11pm, Seven
Billionaire Thomas Crown is tired of being able to buy anything he desires. Even seducing women is no longer a challenge, so he takes up a thrilling hobby: stealing priceless works of art. When a famous Claude Monet painting goes missing, Catherine Banning is the only person to suspect Thomas, and embarks on a mission to take back the painting at whatever cost. However, will she become too deeply involved and leave Thomas with a refreshing change of heart instead? Starring Pierce Brosnan and Rene Russo.

Saturday: Oceanís Twelve, 10.00pm, Nine
Danny Ocean and his pals plan a series of robberies in Paris. Starring George Clooney and Brad Pitt.

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