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November 16th 2016
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What’s On TV? Monday 21 November – Sunday 27 November

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: Handball Heroes – 8.40AM on ABCME. 

Episode 10Malachi:
Malachi is one sporty Handball Hero and his REDFERN QUICKSTEP will have opponents ducking and weaving. Our hosts have to have fast feet to book this move, inspired by his Sydney football club, the Redfern All Blacks. 

Also catch: Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 7.30AM on NITV; WAC (World Animal Championships), 9.30AM on ABCME and Hoopla Doopla!, 2.20PM on ABC2.

TUESDAY: WAC (World Animal Championships) – 9.30AM on ABCME.


Episode 20 - Spookiest:
Just when you thought you were safe, beware you’re in for a scare! Ambo and Scotty turn spook hunters track down those super scary animals that lurk in the shadows. 

Also catch:
Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 7.30AM on NITV; Handball Heroes, 8.40AM on ABC ME and Hoopla Doopla!, 2.20PM on ABC2. 

WEDNESDAY: Hoopla Doopla!, 2.20PM on ABC2. 


Episode 24 - Trading Places
It is the Lantern Festival & Bop needs help to make the lanterns. If Zap helps Bop make lanterns then who will do his deliveries? If Mimi does deliveries who will make the dumplings? Soon everyone in town has traded places

Also catch:
 Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 7.30AM on NITV; Handball Heroes, 8.40AM on ABCME and WAC (World Animal Championships), 9.30AM on ABCME.

THURSDAY: MY:24 (Double Episode), 11.12AM on ABCME.


Episode 6 - Mikey and Faith:
Mikey and Faith’s MY:24s helped them get the stability in their lives that they both craved. 


Also catch: Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 7.30AM on NITV; Handball Heroes, 8.40AM on ABCME; WAC (World Animal Championships), 9.30AM on ABCME and Hoopla Doopla!, 2.20PM on ABC2. 

FRIDAY: Double Trouble, 10.00AM on ABCME.


Episode 11 - Double Dancing:
After Yuma passes her solo dance audition, the twins have to dance together in a duet before she can get into dance school, and in the process they blow Heath's mind

Also catch: Bushwhacked! – Series 1, 7.30AM on NITV; Handball Heroes, 8.40AM on ABCME; WAC (World Animal Championships), 9.30AM on ABCME and Hoopla Doopla!, 2.20PM on ABC2.

SATURDAY: Dance Academy – Series 2, 12.58PM on ABC ME.  


Episode 3 - Faux Pas De Deux:
Kat’s struggle to find friends at normal school brightens when she’s able to choreograph a project for drama class, while an exuberant first year, Ben Tickle, is elevated into Second Year and eagerly seeks new friends.

Also catch:
Little Lunch, 11.16AM on ABCME and Hoopla Doopla!, 2.20PM on ABC2. 

SUNDAY: Little Lunch – 11.16AM on ABCME


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!, 2.20PM on ABC2. 

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