Friday, March 3, 8-8.30pm
Women of Music: Jorane
Classically trained cellist Jorane takes viewers on a journey where music knows no boundaries.
'When I was a teenager, I played classical guitar and folk guitar. I was the one who played guitar around the campfire. During a classical guitar performance in CEGEP [a post-secondary schools in Quebec, Canada], I discovered the cello,' she said.
Stunning performances with the well-known entertainment group Cirque du Soleil and technical musical exploration with the cello are some of the highlights of this programme.
Many women have claimed that they gave birth while listening to Jorane's albums.
Jorane's latest album, The You and the Now, features full-scale symphonic arrangements.
Saturday, March 4, 9-10pm
Survivor: Panama-Exile Island
Stranded on an island off the coast of Panama, 16 strangers must live together and compete for the US$1 million prize. This time, the castaways will begin their competition as four groups: older men, older women, younger men and younger women.
Each week, at least one Survivor will be banished to a separate island miles away from camp. How will this change the game? Who will outwit, outplay and outlast all others?
Separated by gender and age, the four groups meet host Jeff Probst on Exile Island.
There, he explains that each week, at least one Survivor will be forced to live on their own away from their tribe until they're allowed back into the game.
Sunday, March 5, 9.30pm-12am
E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial
Directed by Steven Spielberg and starring Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace Stone, Peter Coyote and a young Drew Barrymore, E.T. is a funny, moving and unforgettable film.
It tells the tale of a lost alien, who is three million light years away from home. A lonely 10-year-old boy is willing to take him home. Their lives are changed by a timeless adventure and friendship that knows no earthly bounds.
This is your chance to see one of the best-loved films of all time. E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial is a special edition, with never-before-seen footage, enhanced visual effects and a digitally remastered soundtrack. The film won four Oscars and two Golden Globes, including Best Motion Picture.
Monday, March 6, 9pm-12.25am
The 78th Annual Academy Awards
Naomi Watts will be one of the many presenters at the 78th Academy Awards ceremony.
Watts was nominated for a Best Actress Oscar in 2003 for her role in 21 Grams. She stars in King Kong and will be seen next in The Painted Veil.
Her film credits include Stay, The Ring and Mulholland Drive.
The Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements in 2005 will be presented on Sunday US time at the Kodak Theatre at the Hollywood and Highland Centre, and televised live by the ABC Television Network.
A one-hour red carpet arrivals show will precede the telecast at 4pm.
Information about the 78th Annual Academy Awards can be accessed online at www.oscar.com
Photo courtesy of AMPAS
Tuesday, March 7, 9.35-10.35pm
A young woman named Rebecca is with her kindergarten class when she begins to have trouble speaking. Soon, she collapses on the floor and has convulsions.
At the hospital, Dr James Wilson (Robert Sean Leonard) describes the case to Dr House (Hugh Laurie): Female, 29, first seizure one month ago, progressive deterioration of mental status. Wilson asks House to take this case and get his team to work on it. House's team consists of three young doctors - Allison Cameron (Jennifer Morrison), Robert Chase (Jesse Spencer) and Eric Foreman (Omar Epps) - all bored by House's lack of cases. After much persuasion, House agrees to check the patient. Later, Rebecca has another seizure while having a CT scan.
Wednesday, March 8, 8-9pm
Jennifer Lopez: Beyond the Runway
Get ready for a one-time only event - the first Jennifer Lopez runway fashion show spectacular.
It showcases her newest clothing line for young women for the spring of '05 during Fashion Week New York.
Throughout this 60-minute special, viewers will have unprecedented access to this star through interweaved documentary footage showing her hands-on approach to running her company, despite her already hectic life.
And viewers will be there throughout this exciting journey to see her decisions and interaction with designers. The teamwork, deadline pressures, approvals and creative redirections will culminate in one night of eye-popping, star-studded glamour.
Thursday, March 9, 10.30-11.35pm
Pride and Prejudice
Two rich, eligible and handsome young bachelors gallop into Hertfordshire and into the lives of every hopeful young maiden and their ambitious mums in the neighbourhood.
Mr Bingley has bought Netherton Park and has brought his sisters and very wealthy friend, Mr Darcy, with him. To Mrs Bennet at Longbourn House they are the answer to her prayers. She has five daughters to marry and their dowries are not large.
They meet at a local Assembly Room Ball in Meryton. Mr Bingley soon proves to be a pleasant, agreeable man who is happy to dance with the local belles. He immediately takes a fancy to Jane, the eldest Miss Bennet, and she too is smitten although she is much too well-bred to show it. Mr Darcy and Miss Bingley, however, are too proud to join in. Their behaviour offends everyone, especially Elizabeth Bennet. She later overhears Darcy saying that she is 'tolerable' but 'not handsome enough to tempt' him. Photo courtesy of BBC