Monday Night Lifestyle
Country TV’s Monday nights are shining a light on rural lifestyle. Tune in and enjoy personal stories focusing on gardening, farming, cooking, farm trading, breeding and many more.
Monday Night – Lifestyle
- 7.30pm Back Roads
- 8.00pm FarmHer
- 8.30pm Classic Tractor Fever
- 9.30pm Top Jobs For Dogs
- 10.00pm What’s In Your Shed
Mondays at 7.30pm
ABC’s much-loved series Back Roads returns travelling to more of Australia’s most remote regions and towns including Rokewood (Vic), Biloela (Qld), Penguin (Tas), Girgaree (Vic), Dampier Peninsula (WA) and Omeo (Vic). So, embrace your spirit of adventure and join Heather Ewart discovering the amazing people living life just off the back roads of Australia.
Mondays at 8.00pm
Join the FarmHer journey as host Marji Guyler-Alaniz travels the country to tell the stories of the women who grow food, raise animals and care for the land.
Classic Tractor Fever
Mondays at 8.30pm
“Classic Tractor Fever” is a must-see for any tractor enthusiast. The series takes fans inside the different tractor makes and models highlighting how these machines have changed the world of agriculture and the meaning of “horsepower.” Take a look at vintage tractors, classic tractor auctions, farm shows, toy collections and more! Classic Tractor Fever is the place to find the history, the stories, and the passion of collectors who are preserving these beautiful and amazing classic tractors.
Hear the engines and see History in motion with an inside look at the mechanical innovation of the legendary tractor with brands like Hart-Parr, Farmall, Caterpillar, Rumley, Fordson, John Deere, Oliver, Minneapolis-Moline, Massey-Harris, International Harvester, and Case models and more.
Top Jobs For Dogs
Mondays at 9.30pm
There are over 300 breeds of dogs across the world – but what breed takes the top spot when it comes to the highest performing jobs in the workforce? This warm, entertaining series travels around the world, to meet dogs on the job and explore what makes them the best in the business.
Truffle hunters, bedbug detectors, police dogs, emotional support dogs, sheep dogs, guide dogs, sled pullers, fire fighters, social media stars, mice harvesters, fitness trainers, circus performers, frisbee gamers, trauma counsellors, penguin protectors, tracking dogs, prison guards, snake detectors – the list of jobs that dogs perform is endless, and their skills incredible.
What’s In Your Shed
Mondays at 10.00pm
Whether it’s vintage tractors, restored trucks, ploughing machines, or your grandmother’s first washing machine, you’ll see it here.