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What’s On TV? Monday 19 June – Sunday 25 June
14 June 2017

What’s On TV? Monday 19 June – Sunday 25 June

Never miss a moment of your favourite Australian children’s television series. Visit our guide for more information about what’s on free-to-air and pay TV.

MONDAY: WAC (World Animal Championships), 9.35AM on ABCME


Episode 52 - Wac’s Wackiest: The Good, The Bad And The Whacky:
Pitting the best against the best, the nastiest against the nastiest and the downright bizarre against the kookiest. This is WAC’s Wackiest and it’s set to be a formidable beastly showdown. 

Also catch: Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 6AM and 7.30AM  on NITV; Handball Heroes, 9.13AM on ABC ME and Hoopla Doopla! 1.22PM on ABC ME.

 

TUESDAY: Handball Heroes, 9.13AM on ABC ME


Episode 5Kihi:
Legend has it that Kihi’s move, THE STRADDIE SLAM has been in his family for generations. But to get the move out of Inala and into the book, our heroes have to meet the mother of all Handball Heroes – Kihi’s Nan! 

Also catch: Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 6AM and 7.30AM on NITV; Wacky World Beaters, 9.35AM on ABC ME andHoopla Doopla! 1.22PM on ABC2.

 

WEDNESDAY: My Place – Series 2, 11.37AM on ABC ME


Before Time: Barangaroo:
Barangaroo’s world would be perfect if only Mani, the biggest boy in her group of friends, would stop trying to be Number One. Deep down Mani knows she’s better than he is. That’s why he keeps shutting her out from important adventures – to make himself look good. But when a little boy (Mung) goes missing, Barangaroo and Mani are forced to follow his trail into a scary gully ruled by a legendary monster: the Mumuga. The Mumuga has a ferocious howl that echoes across the land. He’s said to knock kids unconscious with the smell of his horrible farts and drag them away into his cave. Who will have the courage to rescue Mung? What’s the real story about the Mumuga? And what does it take to be a real leader?

Also catch: Bushwhacked! 6.00AM on NITV; Handball Heroes, 9.13AM on ABC ME; Wacky World Beaters, 9.35AM on ABC ME and Hoopla Doopla! 1.22PM on ABC2.

 

THURSDAY: Wacky World Beaters, 9.35AM on ABC ME


Episode 3
- Nagasaki Speed Eating Competition:
Amberley and Gilly are in Japan to compete in the Nagasaki Speed Eating competition where competitors chow down on curry and soup in record time. The menu’s fairly standard but the contest is definitely not… will it be weird enough to be named the world’s wackiest sport?

Also catch: Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 6AM and 7.30AM on NITV, Handball Heroes, 9.13AM on ABC ME and Hoopla Doopla! 1.22PM on ABC2.

 

FRIDAY: Little J and Big Cuz, 7.30PM on NITV 


Episode 9 - Old Monster Dog:
Little J is convinced there’s a real live monster in the backyard.

Also catch: Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 7.30AM on NITV; Handball Heroes, 9.13AM on ABC ME; Wacky World Beaters, 9.35AM on ABC ME, Lockie Leonard – Series 2, 10.01AM on ABC ME and Hoopla Doopla! 1.22PM on ABC2.

SATURDAY: Waabiny Time – Series 1, 8.00AM on NITV 


Waabiny Time is a landmark in Australian TV; a kids variety program that uses Noongar Language. Presenters Kylie Farmer and Lee West take children from the ages of 3 to 6 on an educational and entertaining adventure, guiding our young viewers through 21 half-hour episodes of stories, songs and activities that are authentically indigenous and encourage participation.

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 1.22PM on ABC2.

 

SUNDAY: Little Lunch (Double Episode), 6.31PM on ABC1


Episode 17
- The Germblock:
After Tamara accuses Melanie of not washing her hands and “germblocks” her, Atticus and Debra-Jo investigate what really happened.

Episode 18 - The Grandparents Day:
Battie’s grandfather is the guest of honour at Grandparents Day but Battie is too scared to tell Mrs Gonsha that he is in hospital and won’t be able to come.

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 1.22PM on ABC2.