Best of catch-up TV 4 September

Have a laugh with people in the back of taxis, see the real stories of World War I, find out the stuff that people hoard and catch an episode of Channel Ten’s latest drama, starring Rachel Taylor, with the best of catch-up television this week.

Back Seat Drivers – ABC iView

This comedy series follows several of the country’s best comedians as they get behind the wheel of a taxi to see just what’s going on in the lives of everyday Australians.

14 Diaries Of The Great War – The Tipping Point – SBS Ondemand

Crafted from the personal diaries, letters postcards and telegrams of those who live through World War I, this series retells the story of the greatest war mankind had ever seen in a unique way.

Bringing Sexy Back – Plus7

Watch as 55-year-old Vicki confronts the health issues which killed her father and gets her life back on track.

Britain’s Biggest Hoarders – Gem

If you think your home needs a bit of a spring clear out, you’ll be amazed at just how much stuff these extreme hoarders have accumulated.

Crisis – Channel Ten

Australia’s own Rachel Taylor stars along side Gillian Anderson in this US drama series which centres on an idealistic Secret Service agent who finds himself at the centre of an international crisis on his first day on the job.

Written by Debbie McTaggart