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The Farmingville Incident: When two Hispanic labourers were attacked by skinheads in Long Island, America was shocked by the crime.
1pm, Crime & Investigation
This series charts the adventures of four people beginning a fresh chapter in a brand new country.
7pm, Travel Channel
The Wizard of Oz
Classic 1939 musical in which Kansas farm girl Dorothy (Judy Garland) travels over the rainbow to the fantasy world of Oz.
1pm, Turner Classic Movies
Two for the Money
Former football star Brandon Lang (Matthew McConaughey) enters the world of sports gambling, under the wing of businessman Walter Abrams (Al Pacino).
4pm, MBC 2
Real-time drama starring Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer, a terrorist specialist who must race against the clock to stop terrorist plots.
2pm, MBC Action
Medical comedy starring Zac Braff. Turk tries to assure Carla that their daughter will acknowledge her Latin heritage, and the janitor challenges J.D. to identify everyone in the hospital.
6pm, Star World HD
The students in the advanced auto shop classes of two California high schools go head to head in a car-building contest.
2.50pm, Extreme Sports Channel
Professional cowboys Rocco Wachman and Judd Leffew and their team attempt to acclimatise city dwellers to the cowboy lifestyle.
4.55pm, Extreme Sports Channel
Time Out Dubai,
18-metre inflatable is not the real deal, says Dutch artist
See Armand Van Helden spin the decks or enjoy a festive cheese menu
Go Greek near the Creek tonight or admire Sufi-inspired art