It's a common refrain among British migrants that we Kiwis live in cold, damp wooden shacks with tin roofs. This series aims to address those sorts of problems and highlight the health issues arising out of poor housing. Each week, a team consisting of environmentalist Dr Steven Stokes, GP Dr Chantal Gianni, builder Craig "Puka" Lyn, and interior designer Hamish Dodd (My House, My Castle), investigates a home that the owners claim is making them sick. After hearing the homeowners' gripes, the team moves in to check out what's causing the problems and work out a plan to set things right before the builders move in to perform the necessary renovations. In the first episode, the Tasker family believes the crumbling roof on their country property is made from asbestos. But closer inspection reveals a far more sinister problem.
Will Scarlett's dad visits and wants his son to become a carpenter.
Bones and Booth find themselves at an S&M retreat following the discovery of a man's body with his feet removed and arms bound.
Meet gifted children such as 3-year-old Mikhail, Mensa's youngest member.
Michael, Whistler, and McGrady escape from Sona but not everything goes to plan.
FUN WITH DICK AND JANE
Herald Rating: * * *
When the corporation Dick (Jim Carrey) works for is caught in a corruption scandal, Dick and Jane (Tea Leoni) wind up on the unemployment line and turn to a life of crime. Funny, but disappointing. (2005)
8.30PM, SKY MOVIES GREATS
AS GOOD AS IT GETS
Herald Rating: * * * *
Jack Nicholson plays obsessive-compulsive Melvin, who strikes up an odd relationship with Carol (Helen Hunt), a waitress and single mother. (1997)
10.45PM, SKY MOVIES
THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND
Herald Rating: * * * * *
The fictional story of a young Scottish doctor (James McAvoy), who travels to Uganda and works as the personal physician to dictator Idi Amin (Forest Whitaker). (2006)
2.55AM, SKY SPORT 2 LIVE
ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: MANCHESTER UNITED V ARSENAL
With the title on the line and a history of acrimony between players and managers, emotions will be high at Old Trafford.