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    Mondays at 9.30pm from November 2nd

    Based on Iain Banks’ best-selling novel, Stonemouth is a two-part romantic mystery which delves into love, loyalty and vengeance. Starring award-winning actor Peter Mullan as Don Murston, leader of Stonemouth’s most notorious criminal family, the series centres on the character of Stewart Gilmour (Christian Cooke), who returns to Stonemouth for his best friend’s funeral. Stewart is forced to face up to his past whilst uncovering the sinister truth behind best friend Callum’s apparent suicide. Stewart resolves to find out what really happened, which means he must face Ellie — the girl he left behind. However, it’s quickly made clear to Stewart that all is not forgiven. Don Murston, Ellie’s dad gets his henchman Powell Imrie to set out the terms of Stewart’s return - he must leave immediately after the funeral, or else…

  • National Geographic Channel National Geographic Channel


    Outback Wrangler (Season 2)
    Tuesdays at 8.30pm from November 17th

    Big country. Big crocs. Big man. Aussie chopper pilot and animal rescuer Matt Wright is taking on the biggest crocs yet in the new season of Outback Wrangler. Australia’s far north is a place where danger and beauty collide. It’s also where Matt Wright, a helicopter pilot turned animal rescuer, goes to work. Raised in the Aussie bush, Matt has made it his mission to keep the animals, locals and environment out of danger, by relocating wildlife in the Northern Territory. Matt uses his trusty helicopter to transport and catch animals, dangling from it in manoeuvres worthy of any Hollywood stuntman.

    Tuesdays at 9pm from November 17th

    Revealing the world of tomorrow… today! Directors Ron Howard, Angela Bassett, Peter Berg, Paul Giamatti, Akiva Goldsman and Brett Ratner capture scientific discovery as it unfolds. Executive produced by Ron Howard, Brian Grazer, Steve Michaels, Jonathan Koch and Mark Dowley, Breakthrough is a revolutionary new series about scientific explorers from leading universities and institutions and how their cutting-edge innovations and advancements will change our lives in the immediate future and beyond. The series intends to bring to life the stories, people and technology behind these breakthroughs, and show how they are changing our world.

  • Comedy Central Comedy Central


    Family Guy (Season 13)
    Mondays at 8.55pm from November 9th

    Family Guy follows the dysfunctional Griffin family, consisting of father Peter, mother Lois, daughter Meg, son Chris, baby Stewie and the family dog Brian, who reside in their hometown of Quahog. The season begins with an hour-long crossover with The Simpsons entitled "The Simpsons Guy". Also this season, Joe writes a children's book, Peter and Lois open a cookie store, Stewie becomes pregnant with Brian's baby, Meg becomes a foot fetish model and Brian and Stewie take Chris back through time to help him with his history class, with the three ending in chaos on the Titanic. There is also a Christmas episode with the return of Jesus, who claims that he has never had sex and Peter attempts to beat up guest star Liam Neeson.

  • Vibe Vibe


    Cold Blood
    Tuesdays at 8.30pm from November 3rd

    The first instalment of Cold Blood is an intelligent detective drama with a story of impossible love threaded through the gripping plot. One of Britain's most notorious murderers, Brian Wicklow (Matthew Kelly) is vilified by the Press and despised by fellow inmates - not least because detectives have never found the body of his last victim. Wicklow has been in prison for 15 years when he announces he is finally prepared to reveal where his youngest victim is buried. But, as expected, the cold-blooded killer plays a game of psychological cat-and-mouse with detective Eve Granger (Jemma Redgrave) and her colleagues, sending them on several false trails. Eve finds herself drawn to her old friend Jake Osbourne (John Hannah), who is trying to rebuild his life after serving a jail term for killing his wife and her lover – a policeman. Their feelings for each other intensify, but when Jake helps Eve crack the case, it only reminds her of what he himself has done.

  • BBC Knowledge BBC Knowledge


    David Beckham: Into the Unknown
    Mondays at 8.30pm from November 23rd

    A documentary special following global superstar David Beckham on an unforgettable journey through the Amazon rainforest. Into the Unknown follows David and three of his closest friends as they explore and experience the isolation of the Brazilian rainforest on a once in a lifetime expedition. The world knows that Beckham, one of the most decorated football players of all time, has hung up his professional boots. What the world doesn’t know is that the global superstar recently travelled over 5,000 miles from London to South America, to experience life in the Amazon rainforest. During the course of their journey, Beckham and his friends cook, camp and fish through the tropical Amazon rainforest to discover the “real Brazil” with world renowned director Anthony Mandler capturing their exploits on film.

  • Food TV  Food TV


    Jamie’s Comfort Food
    Tuesdays at 8.30pm from November 3rd

    Jamie’s Comfort Food celebrates nostalgic memories, traditions and childhood favourites. It embraces the ritual of cooking and dishes that will pick you up and raise your spirits. It's about recipes that really hit the spot – from the perfect burger to reinvented old-school classics, such as Shepherd's pie, Crispy duck lasagne and many more. Filmed at Jamie's Essex home with friends and family – including his kids, Poppy, Daisy, Petal and Buddy – the series is brimming with inspirational dishes, epic flavour combinations and some seriously clever cooking.

  • Animal Planet Animal Planet


    Whale Wars
    Mondays at 8.30pm from November 9th

    In an all new season of Whale Wars, the Sea Shepherds are headed back to frigid Antarctica for a tenth mission to stop Japanese whaling – but for the first time they’ll make the voyage without their leader, Captain Paul Watson. Going deep inside the organisation, Whale Wars documents the Sea Shepherds latest perilous campaign, “Operation Relentless”. With the founder of the Sea Shepard Conservation Society Captain Paul Watson under legal siege, youthful veteran Peter Hammarstedt is handed the reins in what could be one of their most dangerous missions yet.

    Dr Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet
    Saturdays at 6.30pm from November 7th

    There's no such thing as "a regular day" at Denver's Planned Pethood Plus veterinary clinic. In Dr Jeff: Rocky Mountain Vet, cameras reveal the often tense and chaotic atmosphere at Planned Pethood Plus with its continuous flow of urgent emergencies on top of scheduled appointments. Dr. Jeff's sharp surgical skills and philosophy of always putting animals first make him one of the busiest and most respected veterinarians in the country. Alongside a skilled team of veterinary staff, Dr Jeff juggles routine pet visits and several dozen daily crucial surgeries with unflappable precision, compassion and speed.

  • Kidzone 24 Kidzone 24


    The coolest channel on IGLOO, Kidzone24 offers the best 24 hour telly for kiwi kids. It’s the only locally produced children's channel in New Zealand and features great advertising-free content. Kidzone24 is a FUN place to be!

  • MTV Hits MTV Hits


    MTV HITS New Zealand is the hub of pop culture, bringing viewers the hottest songs to hit the charts. Playing hits and only hits for 24 hours a day.

  • BBC World News BBC World News


    Daily, 11am, 12 noon and 1pm

    BBC World News delivers impartial, in-depth analysis of breaking news, as well as looking at the stories behind the news - not just what is happening, but why.

  • Jones! Jones!


    Harry Enfield And Chums
    Sundays at 8.30pm from November 29th

    Harry Enfield creates an array of charming and utterly charmless characters in his hilarious award-winning comedy sketch show, also starring Kathy Burke and Paul Whitehouse. Look out for the uproarious Wayne and Waynetta Slob, who split up to save their children from the stigma of having the only attached parents on their estate; the rancorous Old Gits who delight in persecuting young people; Tim Nice-But-Dim, well-intentioned, well-bred, but unfortunately very in-bred as well; and Kevin the Teenager, a stereotypical teenager who ruins his parents’ lives with his constant complaining and refusal to do anything. Harry Enfield And Chums defined English comedy, and was one of the most popular sketch shows of the ‘90s.

  • Discovery Channel  Discovery Channel

    Discovery Channel

    Robson Green’s Australian Adventure
    Thursdays at 8.30pm from November 12th

    Robson Green has always been fascinated by Australia. Craving an adventure away from the big city, Robson takes off to the dirt roads of the Australian Outback to find the wild side of Down Under. Robson wants to explore the country he doesn’t know, where a simpler, old-school way of life still exists. He wants to meet people and communities that are connected to this vast and ancient land, and he’s prepared to go out of his way to find them.

    Pacific Warriors
    Wednesdays at 7.30pm from November 18th

    Pacific Warriors follows the brave Hawaiian men and women who venture out in kayaks – alone – to catch some of the most desirable fish in the sea. These hardened fishermen must rely on brute strength to pull in 500 pound Marlin, Tuna, Mahi Mahi and Ono. In these shark-infested waters, the slightest mistake could cost them their lives. Fishing is their livelihood, and nothing will stop them from feeding their families.

  • E! Entertainment E!: Entertainment

    E! Entertainment

    Live from the Red Carpet
    Simultaneous with the US, Monday 23rd November

    Keeping Up With The Kardashians (Season 11A)
    Mondays at 3pm (Encores at 9.30pm) from November 16th, Express from the US

    Even though things are changing for the Kardashian family in ways they never expected, they are determined to remember that family always comes first.