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www.ntnews.com.au Northern Territory News, Saturday, January 23, 2010 45 P U B : NTNE-WS-DA-TE:23-JGE:45 CO-LO-R: C-M Y-K NOW SHOWING INVICTUS (PG) NO FREE TICKETS SAT/SUN 1.15, 3.50, 6.30, 9.15PM NINE (M) NO FREE TICKETS SAT/SUN 2.10, 4.30, 7.00, 9.30PM BRAN NUE DAE (PG) SAT 10.40, 12.30, 7.20, 9.10PM SUN 10.00, 11.45, 7.20, 9.10PM UP IN THE AIR (M) SAT 2.50, 5.00, 7.10, 9.20PM SUN 2.50, 5.00, 9.20PM AVATAR (M) NO FREE TICKETS SAT 11.00, 3.20, 8.50PM SUN 11.00, 3.10, 8.50PM ITS COMPLICATED (M) SAT/SUN 10.20, 12.50, 6.30PM ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE SQUEAKQUEL (G) SAT/SUN 11.15AM OLD DOGS (PG) SAT/SUN 10.15AM THE LOVELY BONES (M) SAT/SUN 12.10PM SHERLOCK HOLMES (M) SAT 2.20, 4.50PM SUN 1.30PM CITY *AVATAR 3D, 3D TOY STORY 1 and 2 are special event screenings. Screensavers and Gift Vouchers can be used with payment of applicable surcharges. Complimentary and other discounts cannot be redeemed. This applies for 3D screenings in traditional, Vmax and Gold Class auditoriums. 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ONLINE: birch.com.au MOBILE: m.birch.com.au DOWNLOAD FREE on iPhone: POCKET CINEMA at the app storeP BUY TICKETS INVICTUS (PG) NO FREE TICKETS SAT/SUN 1.00, 3.45, 6.30, 9.15PM BRAN NUE DAE (PG) SAT/SUN 10.00, 12.00, 2.00, 6.40, 8.45PM TOOTH FAIRY (G) SAT/SUN 9.50, 12.10, 2.30, 4.45, 7.10PM OLD DOGS (PG) SAT/SUN 9.40AM ITS COMPLICATED (M) SAT/SUN 11.40, 4.20, 7.00, 9.30PM ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE SQUEAKQUEL (G) SAT/SUN 10.15, 12.15, 2.15PM UP IN THE AIR (M) SAT/SUN 10.30, 4.00, 9.20PM SHERLOCK HOLMES (M) SAT 4.10, 6.50, 9.30PM SUN 6.50, 9.30PM THE PRINCESS AND THE FROG (G) SAT/SUN 9.30, 2.10PM CASUARINA AVATAR 3D (M) NO FREE TICKETS SAT/SUN 11.30, 1.15, 2.45, 4.30, 6.00, 8.00, 9.10PM 3D TOY STORY 1 AND 2 (G) NO FREE TICKETS SAT/SUN 9.30AM 3D* THE LOVELY BONES (M) SUN 4.10PM WED 11.40AM OPEN CAPTION SESSION ENGLISH SUBTITLES ENTERTAINMENT 105.7 ABC DARWIN SATURDAY: 5.00 The Big Fish Scott Levi 6.00 Sat Breakfast with Richard Margetson 11.00 Sport Talk with Charlie King 5.30 12.00 Terr Grandstand 12.35 Nat Grandstand 4.30 NTFL Round 15 6.00 Grandstand Wrap 6.30 Tale from the Tinny 7.00 Golden Guitars Music Awards with the Coodabeen Champions 1100 Sat Night Country. SUNDAY: 5.30 Australia All Over 10.00 Sunday Mornings 10.40 Grandstand One Day Cricket: Australia vs Pakistan from the SCG 9.00 Best of Sunday Profile 9.30 Best of Speaking Out 10.00 Sunday Night Talk. ABC CLASSIC FM FM-107.3 SATURDAY: 6.05 Breaky 9.05 Keys to Music 10.05 Your Requests 12.05 Weekend Life 2.00 The Scene 3.00 Sat Session 4.30 Strike Up The Band 5.05 Jazztrack 7.05 At Home 8.00 In Performance. SUNDAY: 6.05 Breaky 9.05 Rising Stars 10.05 Your Requests 12.05 Weekend Life 2.00 Sunday Feature 3.00 Best of Sunday Live 4.00 Song and Dance 5.05 Jazztrack 7.05 Metropolitan Opera Radio Broadcast Season 10.30 For The God Who Sings. ABC NEWSRADIO 102.5FM SATURDAY: 3.30 World Brief 4.00 News Finance Sport 4.30 News Asia Pacific Review 10.00 World This Week 10.30 The World Today 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 Roll News 2.30 News 3.00 News Arts 3.30 News Business of Business 4.00 Live Drive 4.30 NPR 5.30 Go Digital 6.30 News 8.30 Science in Action. SUNDAY: 4.00 Roll News 4.30 Business 10.00 Live Drive 10.30 World News 11.00 News 11.30 NPR 12.30 News 1.30 News Sport 2.30 A/P Business 3.00 News Science 3.30 News 4.00 World This Week 4.30 NPR 5.30 News 6.30 Health 7.30 Go Digital 8.30 News. Territory FM 104.1 Territory Network SATURDAY: 7.00 Territory Sport with Brian Webb 10.00 Maximum Music Weekend No Repeats 7.00 The Best of Alice Cooper. SUNDAY: 6.00 Maximum Music Weekend No Repeats 6.00 Cultural Village. CAAMA 8KIN FM 102.9 SATURDAY: 8.00 Blues with Clarry 12.00 Stan 4.00 Emrhan 8.00 RnB 12.00 Music Mix. SUNDAY: 8.00 Warren H Williams 12.00 Maori Show 4.00 Stan 8.00 John Carroll. RHEMA FM 97.7 SATURDAY: 8.00 Sat Morning Music 3.00 20 Cdown Mag 7.00 Reality Zone 10.00 Fresh. SUNDAY: 6.30 Amazing Grace 7.00 Heart & Soul 9.00. Church Service 12.00 Sun Sounds 3.00 Women of Hope 5.00 Face to Face 7.00 Bthrough Gen 9.00 Paul Gray. RADIO NATIONAL AM 657 SATURDAY: 6.00 Breaky 7.00 Sat AM 7.30 Sat Extra 9.00 By Design 10.00 Music Show 12.00 Science Show 1.00 All In The Mind 1.35 Philosophers Zone 2.00 360 3.00 Poetica 4.00 Life & Times 5.00 Into the Music 6.00 AWAYE! 7.00 Sat Extra Part (2) 8.00 Music Show 10.00 Weekend Planet. SUNDAY: 6.00 Life & Times 7.00 Encounter 8.00 Cspondents Report 8.30 Sunday Story 9.00 Bground Briefing 10.00 Artworks 11.00 Artworks Feature 11.30 MovieTime 12.00 Nat Interest 1.00 Sunday Profile 1.30 Rear Vision 2.00 Hindsight 3.00 Airplay 4.00 Music Deli 5.00 Big Ideas 6.00 Spirit of Things 7.00 Garrison Keillors Radio Show 8.00 Artworks feature 8.30 The Night Air. KIK FM 91.5 SATURDAY: 12am Throb Night live. 1am KIKn dance music 3.00 Sat KIK 6.00 KIKn dance music. SUNDAY: Sounds of Summer Dance and Hi NRG. MIX 104.9 FM SATURDAY: 7.00 Better Homes and Gardens 9.00 Music 4.00 Cover to Cover 6.00 Retro Party. SUNDAY: 9.00 Music 3.00 Time Warp Special 4.00 My Generation 6.00 Rick Dees. HOT 100 SATURDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Hot Hits 6.00 Urban Chart Hits 8.00 Hot Sessions. SUNDAY: 6.00 Music 2.00 Take 40 Australia 6.00 American Take 40 10.00 Planet Rock. RADIO LARRAKIA 94.5FM SATURDAY: 5.00 8KIN 10.00 Sentimental Journey 12.00 Local Music 2.30 Blues & Roots 6.30 NIRS Footy 10.00 Blue Thunda. SUNDAY: 8.00 Gospel 12.00 Everything Palmerston 3.30 CAAMA Footy 6.45 Youth-ARamma 8.00 Youth Beat. Harmony surprises Tamworth stalwarts ByCHI TRANTER in Tamworth SHEmay be the new kid on the countrymusic block but Harmony Jameswont be shy about collecting any trophy at this years CountryMusic Awards. After just three years on the countrymusic scene, James (pictured) is now up against such stars as Keith Urban, Adam Brand and Troy Cassar-Daley at the awards, to be held in Tamworth tonight as part of the annual CountryMusic Festival. It would spin (the other artists) out a bit if I won, they would say, but we only heard of her three years ago. But I wouldnt knock (the award) back, she jokes. James, who is nominated for Albumof the Year and Female Artist of the Year, admits shes takenmany people in the industry by surprise. I didnt do the talent quest circuit and people werent aware ofme until I recorded, she said. I was out bush. I was still playing andwriting, and gigging where possible. I just wasnt in the scene. Even among other country artists James stands out, looking like shewould be far more comfortable driving a tractor or rounding up cattle than fronting themedia. Dressed simply in jeans and a shirt, with only a dusting of make-up, James says her dream is to live on a farm andwrite music to perform to her fans. (I miss) being onmy own, the space and the scenery, said James, who has 11 siblings. The (country) life inspiresme but I still tend towritemore thoughts and feelings type of songs, I dont really write about cows and swags and utes. Up for seven gongs, CassarDaley leads the nominations at the 38th annual awards. Awards includeMale Artist of the Year, featuring Urban, Cassar-Daley and AdamBrand among the nominees, Single of the Year, APRASong of the Year, Heritage Song of the Year and Bush Ballad of the Year. Aunty prepares for national 24-hour news channel NEXT STEP: Kerry OBrien from ABCs 7.30 Report SYDNEY: The ABCwill go head to headwith pay TVs SkyNews, with the launch of a 24-hour news channel this year. The channel, expected to be on ABC4, will offer its free-to-air audiences continuous coverage of breaking and live news, and will featuremany ABCnews programs such as The 7.30 Report and Lateline. New programswill also be developed. The launch date will be announced in comingmonths, the ABC said in a statement this week. ABCmanaging director Mark Scott said the broadcaster had been systematically preparing for themove for years. Nomedia organisation in the country is better equipped to deliver this channel than the national broadcaster, he said. Journalist Tony Eastley said a 24-hour news channel was the next logical step for the ABC. Weve gotmore journalists inmore locations than anyone else, he said.