The Newsroom (Soho, 8.30pm)
Tonight’s episode sounds like it’s going to be a good one (mind you, they pretty much all are, in my opinion). The staff’s anniversary party is cut short when they learn the President will be making an impromptu national address on a matter of national security.
Private Practice (TV2, 9.35pm)
Fans of Private Practice won’t want to miss tonight’s episode. Amelia’s drug addiction reaches a new low, as she abandons work, writes her own prescriptions, and gets caught by the police.
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2012 Emmy Awards (Vibe, 7.30pm, or Prime 9.35pm)
If you are an fan of the Emmy Awards (like me) and missed it live earlier in the day, then you can catch the replay on Vibe or Prime. You’ll just have to avoid the internet and the news all day….
Border Patrol (TV One, 7.30pm)
On tonight’s new episode, a cheeky snowboarder keeps officers on their toes in Queenstown; and inspectors have a field day sorting through relics being brought in to New Zealand.
Michael Wood’s Story of England (Prime, 7.30pm)
This series sounds like it will be really interesting, particularly if you’re a bit of a history buff. Historian Michael Wood tells the story of the village of Kibworth, in Leicestershire. It has survived the black death, the industrial revolution, and World War II.