Best of catch-up TV 5 December

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Have a laugh at Dr Harry’s craziest house calls, get your crime hit with Blue Bloods or see the next instalment of 56 Up, where a group is interviewed every seven years in the best of catch-up television.

The Book Club – ABC iView
The last Book Club episode of the year, don’t miss the discussion on Robert Galbraith’s new release The Cuckoo’s Calling or the classic Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas by Hunter S. Thompson.

56 Up Part 1 – SBS On Demand
When a cross-section of British seven-year-olds were interviewed for 7 Up in 1964, it was evident that their social backgrounds influenced their attitudes towards life. While the upper class children were self-assured, those from middle and working class backgrounds were resigned to a life of hard work. This premise was put to the test every seven years when the same group were interviewed about the state of their lives. Now, at the age of 56, the group are once more brought together to assess whether their lives have been ruled by circumstances or self-determination.

Dr Harry’s Craziest House calls – 7Plus  
In this special see the best of Dr Harry’s house calls. There are dogs gone wild with barking, biting and chewing everything in sight.

Super Fun Night –Jump-in
Starring Rebel Wilson. Kimmie and the gang decide to attend a seminar by Jane Spencer, ‘The Love Lioness’ a relationship guru who likens finding men to hunting prey in the wild.

Blue Bloods – TenPlay
Need a Tom Selleck fix? Catch up on the latest Blue Bloods — the crime drama series about a multi-generational family of cops dedicated to New York City law enforcement.



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