What’s On TV? Monday 29 March – Sunday 4 April
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), 9.25AM on ABC ME
Pet pooches and pussycats aside, Sir Reg, Scotty and Ambo search far and wide to find the best household companion. But WAC’s Perfect Pet might not be what you expect!
Also catch: Waabiny Time – Series 1, 8.22AM on NITV; Hoopla Doopla!, 10.45AM on ABC and Bushwhacked! – Series 2, 3.26PM on NITV.
TUESDAY: Little Lunch (Double Episode), 4.07PM and 4.20PM on ABC ME
The Principal's Office
When Rory is punished and sent to the Principal’s office, the other kids surprisingly feel sorry for him and try to cheer him up.
The Dress Up Day
On Dress-Up-As-What-You-Want-To-Be-When-You-Grow-Up-Day, Battie dresses up as Stretcho, his very own made up super hero.
Also catch: Waabiny Time – Series 1, 8.22AM on NITV; WAC (World Animal Championships), 9.25AM on ABC ME; Hoopla Doopla!, 10.45AM on ABC and Bushwhacked! – Series 2, 3.26PM on NITV.
It’s Hannah Bradford’s first year of high school. As a transgender girl, Hannah not only has to navigate the challenges that come with starting a new school, but find the courage to live as her most authentic self.
Also catch: Waabiny Time – Series 1, 8.22AM on NITV and Bushwhacked! – Series 2, 3.26PM on NITV.
THURSDAY: Waabiny Time – Series 1, 8.22AM on NITV
Moorditj walang, good health is about looking after our bodies every day. It's solid koolangka!
FRIDAY: Space Nova (Marathon), 7.55AM on ABC ME
It’s the year 2162, and life is a blast for space adventuring siblings, Jet and Adelaide Nova and their parents, Josie and Hugo. During a routine research mission, these intrepid Aussie astronauts stumble across an abandoned alien space craft. They also discover that the craft is powered by a rainbow substance that’s so powerful, it sends the ship zipping away at speeds humanity never dreamed possible. But although the Novas were unable to capture the craft, or the ‘Star Dust’ that powered it, they now know that there is an advanced, intelligent species out there, able to travel the universe in the blink of an eye. If only they can find them…
With their country under threat from a huge dust cloud and the mysterious Takers that lurk within, a small group of Indigenous kids have to make their way to the Thalu, a place of great power, in order to stop the cloud before it destroys everything in its path. Along the way, they encounter friends and foe alike as they search for eight sacred stones and a special key that will unlock the power of the Thalu and, they hope, stop the Takers in their tracks.
SUNDAY: Dance Academy on Netflix and Stan
Fifteen-year-old, Tara Webster, has grown up on a farm in outback Australia, and has dreamt of being a dancer ever since she was a little girl.
When she makes it into the National Academy of Dance - the best school in the country - she is sure her life is about to be spectacular.
What Tara doesn't realise is how far behind she is in her training, and that there's a whole lot more to surviving the Academy than just dancing...