Best of catch-up TV 27 March

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Watch Rachel Griffiths on Q&A, immerse yourself in the world of the vikings or enjoy a David Attenborough classic with the best of catch-up television this week.

Q&A – ABC iView  
Live from the Melbourne Recital Centre. Tony Jones is joined by actress Rachel Griffiths, media identity Eddie McGuire, trucking magnate Lindsay Fox, Liberal MP Kelly O’Dwyer and Shadow Immigration Minister Richard Marles.

Vikings – SBS on demand  
The Nordic warriors with an insatiable appetite for brutal warfare, unrestrained passion, alliances and betrayal are back for an action-packed second season. The battle begins between Ragnar and King Horik’s forces against Jarl Borg. (Series Return) (From Canada & Ireland, in English).

Sunday Night – 7Plus  
Tim and Natalie have decided to have cochlear implant surgery and, in a dramatic live event, you can witness how it feels to hear your loved ones speak for the first time in 30 years. Then Rahni Sadler meets with funnyman Ricky Gervais on set at the new Muppet movie.

Suburgatory – JumpIn  
Manicurd lawns, cookie-cutter homes, big botox lips, little nose jobs, sychronised sprinkler systems that erupt at the same time, huge malls that are mecca for mass consumerism – welcome to Tessa’s Suburgatory.

David Attenborough’s Madagascar – ten play  
David Attenborough takes you on a wild adventure on the oldest island in the world, Madagascar. This unique ecosystem is home to its own lemurs, birds and other weird and wonderful wildlife.

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