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Author: with James Joyce
Date: 19/04/2001
Words: 265
          Publication: Newcastle Herald
Section: News
Page: 63
NEIGHBOURS

6.30pm, Ten

LIKE meatloaf through a straw so are the days of life in Ramsay Street.

Tonight a new family, the Hancocks, moves in.

Mr Hancock (played by Nicholas Opolski) should prove extremely popular with the cosy cul-de-sac's resident teenage hunks and babes: he's the new maths teacher at Erinsborough High.

THE X FILES

8.30pm, Ten

DAVID Duchovny returns and assumes top billing (thank you very much) while Gillian Anderson has the week off in tonight's X Files, which comes with a special warning to finish your TV dinner a good hour before the start time.

FBI Special Agent John Doggett (Robert Patrick) and bureau assistant director Walter Skinner (Mitch Pileggi) probe the last case Fox Mulder investigated before his disappearance.

It involves a remote redneck town, a grave that has been dug up and a local Native American legend about a monster that heals the sick by, um, eating them.

Viewers with squeamish tummies had better come prepared.

HIGH STAKES

9.30pm, ABC

THIS Big Picture documentary, screening in three parts, examines the explosion of gambling and the extraordinary price society pays to keep the punters happy.

BEYOND THE CATWALK

9.30pm, Ten

CELEBRITY models who join the catwalk capers at the Wella Australian Designer Collections include Krista Vendy, Fiona Horne, Tottie Goldsmith and Nicky Buckley.

Designers with clobber on show include Collette Dinnigan, Akira Isogowa and Charlie Brown.

Wendy Matthews will perform during the finale.

 
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