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Author: WITH ANITA BEAUMONT
Date: 19/05/2009
Words: 210
Source: NCH
          Publication: Newcastle Herald
Section: News
Page: 63
TALKIN' 'BOUT YOUR GENERATION

Southern Cross Ten, 7.30pm

BABY boomers, generation X and generation Y go head-to-head and question-to-question in this light-hearted romp down memory lane hosted by Shaun Micallef (pictured).

If you expect nothing more than good-humoured baiting and fluffy questions about television shows, music and logo icons of the generations then you might quite enjoy this.

But it's no Thank God You're Here.

Rebel Wilson, Stephen Curry and Ian "Dicko" Dickson are this week's guests.

HOME MADE

NBN, 7.30pm

TIME is ticking, and the budget is trickling away.

The pressure mounts on the teams of designers as they struggle to finish their rooms on time for the judges' appraisal.

One of them will be sent packing after an explosive encounter with the judges.

MASTERCHEF AUSTRALIA

Southern Cross Ten, 7pm

THIS is the reality show for people who don't like reality TV, but love their tucker.

Whip up your signature dish and settle in for the weekly "Celebrity Chef Challenge" where a contestant cooks off against a renowned chef.

This time it's Peter Evans owner of the successful Hugo's restaurants.

The contestant and Peter will cook the same dish.

The odds seem in favour of Peter, but can the contestant pull off the upset of the series?

 
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