Best of catch-up TV 27 November

Find out what goes on behind the walls of Australia’s disability institutions, explore a 13th century castle in Poland, Russell Crowe gives an honest tell-all interview, devious developments in the Big Brother house and the secret lives of dolphins all feature in this week’s Best of catch-up TV.

Four Corners – ABC iView

In its final episode for 2014, Four Corners embarks an investigation into the abuse of people with disability. In Our Care discovers how caregivers preyed on the vulnerable, while a major institution ignored the warnings of whistleblowers.

Battle Castle – SBS on Demand

Are you a history buff? In this episode of Battle Castle, historian Dan Snow visits Malbork Castle in Poland. Built in the 13th century, this fascinating piece of history is thought to be the largest brick castle in the world, with ground breaking military facilities.

Sunday Night – 7 Plus

Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe meets with Mike Willesse for an honest tell-all interview. And Rahni Sadler investigates a complex and life-destroying disease which is breaking out all over Australia, but which doctors refuse to believe is real.

Big Brother – JumpIn

There are only six contenders remaining in the house, and Big Brother has decided to reveal what the housemates have been saying behind each other’s backs. In this episode, secrets are revealed, betrayals are exposed, and power plays and alliances are strengthened.

Dolphins: Spy in the Pod – TenPlay

Have you ever wondered how a dolphin lives? This documentary uses hidden cameras to explore their underwater world in an effort to get up-close and personal with these amazing creatures. A newborn bottlenose dolphin and its mother follow a pack of stingrays and discover the world around them.

Written by ameliath