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The Fifth Estate

Mark Kelley investigates the garment industry in Bangladesh in this new instalment. What he found out may be shocking to some. This award-winning investigative program takes an in-depth look at both national and international current affairs. CBC, 9 p.m.

Hawaii Five-0

The Five-0 team gets some help from a conspiracy theorist (guest star Jorge Garcia, Lost) in this new episode. It appears that a missing artifact could be the key to solving a murder case. CBS/Global, 8 p.m.

Sean Saves the World

Sean finds himself in a tricky situation in this new episode. It's time for Ellie to find her first bra, but he isn't sure whether he should ask Liz (Megan Hilty) or Lorna (Linda Lavin) to help her. NBC, 7:30 p.m.

Talk Shows

Jay Leno: Rosie Perez, Tenacious D

David Letterman: Michael Strahan, Simon Amstell

Jimmy Kimmel: Will Arnett, Bonnie Raitt

Craig Ferguson: Rashida Jones, Brian McKim

Jimmy Fallon: Keanu Reeves, Benedict Cumberbatch

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition October 11, 2013 D2

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