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August 26th 2016
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What’s On TV?: Monday 29 August – Sunday 4 September

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 ABC3


Episode 46: Ultimate Super Sense:
Ambo, Scotty and Sir Reg’s senses are tingling. X-Ray vision, heightened hearing and powerful navigation! The team set their sights on sniffing out the critter with the best Super Sense!

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 6.55AM on ABC3; Bushwhacked! 7.30AM on NITV and Bushwhacked! – Series 2, 4.01PM on ABC3.

TUESDAY: Handball Heroes 10.25AM on ABC3


Episode 19 – Tinarja: 
There are plenty of Crocs in Townsville. In fact, the Crocs inspired Tinarja’s signature move, THE CROC ‘N’ ROLL. A Croc even drops by for a game! Chris Cedar from the Townsville Crocs that is – her favourite basketball team! 

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 6.55AM on ABC2, Bushwhacked! 7.30AM on NITV; WAC – (World Animal Championships), 9.35AM on ABC3 and Bushwhacked! – Series 2, 4.01PM on ABC3.

WEDNESDAY: My Place – 10.05AM on ABC3

1908: Evelyn: 
Evelyn can't wait for cracker night. This year, for the first time, her father has been able to afford to buy the family their own box of fireworks. Unfortunately Evelyn shows the box to her disbelieving neighbour Freddie.

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 6.55AM on ABC2; Bushwhacked! 7.30AM on NITV; WAC - (World Animal Championships), 9.35AM on ABC3 and Bushwhacked! – Series 2, 4.01PM on ABC3.

THURSDAY: Hoopla Doopla! – 6.55AM on ABC2

Episode 12: Jango the Joker: 
All of Jango's friends are too busy to play so he tricks them into stopping work, but Jango's tricks create even more work for his friends.

Also catch: Bushwhacked! 7.30AM on NITV; WAC - (World Animal Championships), 9.35AM on ABC3 and Bushwhacked! – Series 2, 4.01PM on ABC3.

FRIDAY: Double Trouble – 10.00AM on ABC3


Episode 3: Best Laid Plans:
Unable to swap places and return home, Yuma must learn to play bush football, while twin Kyanna adjusts to her volcano-building step brother Heath and discovers Sydney surf can be rough.

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 6.55AM on ABC2; WAC - (World Animal Championships), 9.35AM on ABC3 and Bushwhacked! – Series 3, 4.01PM on ABC3.

SATURDAY: Little Lunch, 12.00PM on ABC3 (Double Episode)


Episode 13: The Joke Competition: 
Atticus holds a joke telling competition and Melanie, overcome by shyness, is terrified to tell a joke in front of everyone.

Episode 14: The Old Climbing Tree:
Debra-Jo thinks that the old climbing tree is dangerous and should be chopped down, but the other kids think it should stay. They each embark on a campaign to get their way.

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 6.55AM on ABC2; The Flamin’ Thongs, 7.42AM on ABC3; Bushwhacked! 8.30AM on NITV; WAC – (World Animal Championships), 3.30PM on ABC3 and Bushwhacked! – Series 3, 7.31PM on ABC3.

SUNDAY: Bushwhacked! (Series 3) – 7.31PM on ABC3.


Episode 2: Pygmy Crocs: 
Bushwhacked’s intrepid hosts are on a mission to the Bullo River in the Northern Territory to explore a potentially new distinct crocodile species – the Freshwater Pygmy Crocodile.

Also catch: Hoopla Doopla! 6.55AM on ABC2; The Flamin’ Thongs, 7.42AM on ABC3; Bushwhacked! 8.30AM on NITV; Little Lunch (Double Episode), 12PM on ABC3 and WAC - (World Animal Championships), 3.30PM on ABC3.

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