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v. 63 no. 5
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Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, June 9, 2009 13 P U B : C A D V D A T E : 9 -J U N -2 0 0 9 P A G E : 1 3 C O L O R : C M Y K Help shape the future of the Territory screen industry The Northern Territory Government, through the Northern Territory Film Office, is undertaking a major visioning project for the Territory screen industry. If you work in the industry youre encouraged to take part in the Governments Screen Industry Capability Survey. Industry participation in the survey is vital, and will assist the Government in determining a long term plan for the future support of the Territory screen industry. To receive a copy of the survey contact the Northern Territory Film Office on 8952 5222 by Friday 12 June 2009. w w w .n t. g o v. a u DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, ENVIRONMENT, THE ARTS AND SPORT 2 5 5 0 0 2 /0 9 STAR TREK 11(M) TUE-WED 1:50 FINAL I LOVE YOU MAN (MA) TUE-WED 11:45, 4:15, 6:30, 8:40 THU 2:10, 8:45 FRI 12:10, 4:30, 6:40 ANGELS AND DEMONS (M) TUE-WED 1:30, 8:20 THU 1:45 FRI 3:45 NIGHT at the MUSEUM 2 (PG) TUE-WED 11:30, 4:10, 6:20 THU 11:45, 4:15, 6:20 FRI 2:00, 6:30 STATE OF PLAY (M) TUE - WED 11:20, 3:50, 8:30 THU 1:50, 8:20 FRI 11:40, 4:00, 8:30 THE READER (MA) TERMINATOR SALVATION (M) TUE-WED 11:20, 1:40, 4:00, 6:30, 8:50 THU 11:50, 2:00,6:30, 8:40 FRI 1:50, 6:30, 8:40 LAND of the LOST (PG) THU 11:40, 4:20, 6:30, 8:30 FRI 11:40, 1:45, 6:20, 8:30 THE HANGOVER (MA) TUE - WED 1:40, 6:15 THU 4:00 FRI 11:30, 4:00 THU 12:10, 4:20, 6:40 FRI 2:20, 8:50 Book lover Jennifer Byrne and friends look at fictional people who sparked factual reactions. Characters that you love to hate Cameron Boon JENNIFER Byrne is back with another special episode tonight, this time looking at the greatest cads and bounders in the history of literature, film and television. Jennifer is joined by Chris Taylor, Mia Freedman, Edmund Capon and Sandra Yates, who all bring their nominations to the table. She said: It was Chris Taylor who actually put us on to the idea of doing a special on characters like this. He was part of the book club and we were talking about the modern James Bond character which was where we got the idea from. The panel discusses the characters in fiction who readers and audiences love to hate and hate to love. The panel tries to establish boundaries between the two. It seems the most likely derivation of cad is from cadet, the younger of a good family who was sent away to train as a military officer, while a bounder is literally someone beyond the bounds, a sort of jumped-up cad. Whats interesting is that you wont find the word cad mentioned in either Jane Austen or Georgette Heyer, though they had plenty of rakes and scoundrels in their novels, which puts the cads estimated time of arrival at around the mid 19th century. l ABC, 10pm tonight. Copycat murders A CRIME writer unwittingly paves the way for three murders during the desperate days of the Great Depression. A new Australian telemovie explores the culpability of the author whose fictional crime became a fatal reality. In the Sunday night crime thriller 3 Acts of Murder author Arthur Upfield (Robert Menzies) was looking for the perfect murder for a novel he planned to write. But a chance conversation leads to three murders and Upfield is forced to confront his own role in the deaths. Set in the early years of the Great Depression, this is the true story of two men caught up in a famous murder trial. Upfield went on to become one of Australias most successful crime writers, profiting from the publicity of the murder trial. l See it on ABC at 8.30pm on Sunday. Underbelly enemies join forces for kicks TWO screen enemies, Tim McCunn and Nathan Page, go off the rocks to join forces in a fight with the oceans most fearful baddies. E p i s o d e f i v e o f Underbelly: A Tale of Two Cities saw Melbourne standover man Brian Kane arrange Australias most audacious gangland hit on Ray Chuck Bennet to avenge the murder of his brother, Les Kane. Despite their deadly differences on screen Nathan and Tim enjoy casting a line together o f f t h e r o c k s a t Merimbula on the New South Wales south coast. But this time they step aboard a 42-foot game fishing boat, Rathlin II, with the host of Fishing Australia, Rob Paxevanos. Exchanging makebelieve weapons for fishing rods, they take to the water in search of more action but certainly not as deadly. Underbelly fans catch these keen anglers when Fishing Australia premieres this Saturday. Also this season, fishing fan and adrenalin junkie, model and television presenter, Erin McNaught joins Rob for a shark dive and some serious fishing at Whyalla, South Australia. And she could not be in better hands. Rob has a passion for fishing and for teaching others how to improve their fishing. He has had more than 16 years working as a fishing guide around Australia. l See it on Imparja at 1pm.
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