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The Centralian advocate Tue 23 May 2006



The Centralian advocate Tue 23 May 2006


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Community newspapers; Northern Territory; Alice Springs; Tennant Creek (N.T.); Newspapers; Alice Springs (N.T.); Australia, Central

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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Alice Springs


v. 59 no. 105

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20 Centralian Advocate, Tuesday, May 23, 2006 PU B : C A D V D A T E : 23-M A Y -2006 PA G E : 20 C O L O R : C M Y K FRIGHTENED of his growing feelings, Robert decides that Katya must be removed in Neighbours on Imparja at 5pm. Heartbroken, Dylan puts Skys betrayal behind him and hoping to take on a new start he starts work at the Scarletbar. Songbird Ned is given a new singing opportunity, but has to break the news of his solo career to Karl who is hanging on to his lifelong dream. The show stars Stefan Dennis, Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Alan Fletcher. THE death of eight famous Manchester United footballers in 1958 shocked the world. The story of the tragic air crash, Lived to Tell The Tale screens on Seven Central at 9pm. Matt Busbys brilliant youngManchester United team was returning from a European cup semi-final when their plane crashed on a snowy runway in Germany. British pilot James Thainwas blamed for the accident by German aviation authorities, but was later cleared. BOTH staff and friendships are under pressure to diagnose a difficult case on House on Imparja at 8.30pm. When a woman crashes her car because of muscle failure staff try to diagnose the womans uncontrollable condition. Meanwhile other areas require attention andDrHouse andStacy try to resolve their relationship issues once and for all, but will lust get in the way of their work? The show stars HughLaurie, Jesse Spencer and Lisa Edelstein. IT is all fun and games on Home and Away on Seven Central at 6.30pm as Cassie and Macca grow closer. But it turns out Cassie is wearing rose coloured glasses when Ric stumbles across Maccas secret drug stash. The local romeo-at-heart, a love-struck Jack plans to propose to Martha, but clumsy communications and ongoing blunders make the whole thing go terribly wrong. And Rachel gets caught up in a crossfire as obsessions and deep secrets emerge. SUPER Nanny Jo Frost is in for the time of her life when she meets the Pandit family on Imparja at 7.30pm. The young Pandits eat when they like and go to bedwhen they like they rule the roost. Their dad Sonny has actively encouraged his children tobe independent, but justhow much is a worry. And now Jo is worried that the kids independence may have backfired. Jo uses all her toddler taming tricks to turn the naughty youngsters into angels. WITH 250 kilometres of desert still to cross, the Peking to Paris expedition stumbles on an abandoned Soviet military town called Choya. More than 10,000 Russians lived there until 15 years ago. The old Soviet airstrip is the perfect place for a little grudge match between the Itala and the Spyker, and Dutch horsepower triumphs over spaghetti power. The journey from Peking to Paris continues on ABC television from 7.30pm. REBECCA Harris meets John who is waiting for his best friends girlfriend to arrive from Canada on Imparjas new show Hello Goodbye at 8.10pm. John has paid for her ticket as a surprise for his mate. Meanwhile, Bob and Olive are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their adopted grandchild who is arriving from Indonesia with their daughter in-law. And Florentine, a French exchange student who has lived in Australia for three years, will catch up with her family. Renowned rapper on the puff tour TAKE a ride with renowned rapper Bigg Snoop D.O. double G on his legendary Puff Puff Pass tour through 29 cities across the US. Hot Docs on SBS provides an insight into the life of legendary rapper Bigg Snoop D.O. double G. The Hot Docs program features smokin live performances and exclusive backstage footage with fans, groupies and a whole lot more. Screening on SBSTelevision tonight,BiggSnoop Doggs Puff Puff Pass Tour is an inside backstage close-up examinationofSnoopDogg the hip-hop legend. Snoop takes the camera where no camera has gone before. And its a chance to find out if Snoop really stopped smoking weed andsee the coolingaffects weed has on his music. The program portrays an aggressive Snoop shooting hoops and a more sensitive Snoop as he coaches his sons kiddy football team. It also goes behind the scenes of the NORML Conference with legends such as Ed Rosenthal, Jeff Jones, Jack Herer andHighTimesmagazine editor, Steve Bloom. The program looks at marijuana use and laws and University of California Los Angeles professors give their views on medical uses for the drug. Other performers on the program include Nate Dogg, Warren G, Bishop Don Magic Juan, The Eastsider, Daz, Bad Azz, all combining to give viewers an all access tour of the legendary Puff Puff Pass Tour. Uncensored Its an uncensored jour ney into the world of Snoop Dogg on stage, off stage, back stage, any stage. It also features the tracks Murda Was The Case, The Next Episode, Still A G Thang,WhoAm I (Whats My Name) and Gin & Juice. HotDocs: Bigg Snoop Doggs Puff Puff Pass Tour screens tonight on SBS at 10pm. MONDAY 29 May ABC Imparja SBS 6.00 Shoebox. (G, R, S) 6.25 Gnoufs. (G, R) 6.35 Booster. (G, R) 7.00 King. (R, S) 7.20 Dr Dog. (G) 7.35 Sitting Ducks. (G, R) 7.45 The Hydronauts. (G, R) 8.00 Sam. (G, R) 8.10 ToddWorld. (G, R) 8.30 Elmos World. (G, R) 8.45 Charlie And Lola. (G, R) 9.00 Jakers! (G, R) 9.30 Play School. (G, R) 10.00 For The Juniors. (G, R) 10.15 Design Challenge. (G, R, S) 10.30 Extra German. (G, R) 10.55 Tate Modern. (G, R) 11.00 Landline. (R, S) 12.00 Midday Report. (S) 12.30 Pilot Guides. (G, R, S) 1.30 Head 2 Head. (G, R, S) 2.00 Parliament Question Time: House Of Representatives. (S) 3.05 Bambaloo. (G, R) 3.30 Play School. (G, R) 4.00 Bottle Top Bill. (G, R) 4.15 Gerald McBoing Boing. (G) 4.25 Creature Features. (G, S) 4.55 Roller Coaster. (G) 6.00 Space Odyssey. (PG, R, S) 6.30 Talking Heads: Laurie Lawrence. (S) 7.00 News. (S) 7.30 The 7.30 Report. (S) 8.00 Australian Story. (S) 8.30 Four Corners. (S) 9.20 Media Watch. Hosted by Monica Attard. (S) 9.35 Enough Rope With Andrew Denton. (S) 10.35 Lateline. Presented by Tony Jones. (S) 11.10 Friend Or Foe? (PG, R, S) 12.10 Parliament Question Time: House Of Representatives. (R, S) 1.10 Movie: Please Sir! (1971). John Alderton, Deryck Guyler, Joan Sanderson. (G, R, S) 2.55 White Peoples Business. (G, R) 3.25 Bowls. World Cup. Mens singles. Second semi-final. (R) 4.30 Movie: Turn The Key Softly (1953). Yvonne Mitchell, Terence Morgan. (B&W, PG, R, S) 6.00 Today. (S) 8.30Yambas Playtime. (G) 9.00 In The Box. (P, R, S) 9.30 Dr Phil: Conned By A Con Artist. (PG) 10.30 Antiques Roadshow. (G) 11.00 News. (S) 11.30 The Bold And The Beautiful. (G) 12.00 The Ellen DeGeneres Show. (G) 1.00 The Oprah Winfrey Show: Little Geniuses. (PG, S) 2.00 Judge Judy. (PG) 2.30 Temptation. (G, S) 3.00 Entertainment Tonight. (S) 3.30 Fresh. (G) 4.00 The Shak: Lollies. (C, S) 4.30 The Simpsons: Homer The Smithers. (G, R, S) 5.00 Neighbours. (G, S) 5.30 Berts Family Feud. (G) 6.00 News. 6.30 A Current Affair. Hosted by Tracy Grimshaw. (S) 7.00 Big Brother: Live Nomination. Who has stirred the pot, rocked the boat and made housemates nominate them for eviction? All will be revealed as the housemates votes are tallied. (PG, S) 8.10 Hello Goodbye. Rebecca Harris meets John who is waiting for his best friends girlfriend to arrive from Canada. John has paid for her ticket as a surprise for his mate. Bob and Olive are anxiously awaiting the arrival of their adopted grandchild. (PG, S) 8.40 CSI Miami: From The Grave. (Includes Imparja News and Weather Update). (M, S) 9.40 Close To Home. (M, S) 10.40 ER: Split Decisions. (M, S) 11.40 The 4400: Lockdown. (M, S) 12.40 Nightline. (S) 1.05 On Track. (G) 1.10 Close. 5.00 Creflo A Dollar. (G) 5.30 Today. (S) 6.00 Sunrise. (S) 8.30 Raggs: New. (P, R, S) 9.00 Home Improvement: Room For Change. (G, R) 9.30 My Wife And Kids: Jr. Gets His License. (G, R, S) 10.00 News. (S) 10.30 Infomercials. (PG) 11.30 Movie: High Heels And Low Lifes (2001). Minnie Driver. Two girlfriends living in London battle wits with seasoned criminals when they decide to blackmail bank robbers rather than reporting the crime to the police. (Mlsv, R) 1.30 Blue Heelers. (M, R, S) 2.30 Trading Spouses: Clark/Crowe Pt 1. (PG) 3.30 Its Academic. (C, S) 4.00 News At 4.30. (S) 4.30 Wheel Of Fortune. (G) 5.00 Deal Or No Deal. (G) 5.30 News. (S) 6.00 Today Tonight. With Naomi Robson. (S) 6.30 Home And Away. Macca reacts violently when Cassie discovers his drug stash. (PGvd, S) 7.00 The Great Outdoors. (G, S) 8.10 Desperate Housewives: Thank You So Much. Edie thinks that Karl is going to pop the question, but he is really trying to marry Susan. (M, S) 9.10 Commander In Chief: Wind Beneath My Wing. (M, S) 10.05 Boston Legal: Too Much Information. (M, S) 11.00 Scrubs: My Jiggly Ball. (PG) 11.30 Arrested Development: The Ocean Walker. (PG) 12.00 Huff: The Sample Closet. (M) 1.00 Movie: Patty Duke Show: Still Rockin In Brooklyn Heights (1999). Patty Duke, Cindy Williams, Eddie Applegate. (G) 2.35 Guthy-Renker Australia. Home shopping. 3.30 NBC Today. (G, S) 5.30 Sunrise. (S) 5.30 WeatherWatch & Music. 5.50 Mandarin News.6.20 WeatherWatch & Music. 6.55 Italian News. 7.30 Das Journal.8.00 Spanish News.8.50 Le Journal.9.25 Russian News. 10.00 Greek News. 11.00 Arabic News. 11.35 Indonesian News. 12.00 Polish News. 12.30 Dateline. (R, S) 1.30 Insight. (R, S) 2.30 Wine LoversGuide To Australia. (G, R) 3.00 The Movie Show. (R, S) 3.30 World Sport. (R, S) 4.00 The Journal. 4.30 Little Angels: The Price Family (UK). (G, R) 5.00 Living Black. (R) 5.30 2006 FIFA World Cup: The Official Guide: Spain and Ukraine (Switzerland). (G) 6.00 World News Australia. (S) 6.30 World Sport. Presented by Les Murray. (S) 7.00 MythBusters (US). The team investigate whether steel-toe boots can be more dangerous to your toes than normal boots when a heavy weight is dropped on them. (G, S) 8.00 South Park: Terrance And Phillip: Behind The Blow (US). (Mas, R, S) 8.30 Pizza: The Da Vinci Cup. Pauly arrives in Berlin and finds a member of the Secret Society of the Circle. (Masn, S) 9.00 World News Australia. (S) 9.30 Funland (UK). (MA15+lsa, S) 10.30 Movie: Absolute Hundred (2001) (Yugoslavia). Sasa Ali. (MA15+vld, R) 12.10 The Nanny: Dope Diamond (Turkey). (G, R) 12.40 Movie: The Compensation (2001) (Sri Lanka). Joe Abeywickrema. (MA15+av, R, S) 2.30 Temporary Close. 4.30 WeatherWatch & Music. 4.55 Japanese News. News from Tokyo. SCTV Central