Shake!

Sunday 3rd January From 10.35am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spellbinding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Wizards of Waverly Place, an Emmy award-winning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain their powers into adulthood.

This week’s instalment is ‘Alex in the Middle’. When Jerry’s fun-loving brother pays a visit, Alex vies to have him become her wizard trainer instead of her dad. But after one too many magical mishaps, Alex learns to appreciate her father’s expertise.

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager.

In this week’s episode, ‘I Want You to Want Me to Go to Florida’, Hannah is angered when a one-hit wonder threatens to upstage her performance. Can Hannah outdo her rival?

The morning’s shows finish up with post-apocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves.

In this episode, Trudy manipulates her way back into Bray’s affections, Ryan ruins Salene’s piano and Cloe struggles to protect Bluebell from Lex.

Sunday 13th December From 10.00am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spellbinding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. This week, Pia becomes a hero when she rushes into a burning classroom to rescue Abby’s brother Charlie – but who was to blame for the fire?

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

This week’s instalment is ‘Potion Commotion’. When Alex makes an emotion potion to get a boy to like her, she accidentally swallows the entire dose – which results in her falling in love with herself! Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager.

In this week’s instalment, ‘Achey Jakey Heart’, Miley and Jake announce they are a couple, and Jake finds that he has to adjust his lifestyle to make the relationship work. Meanwhile, Rico tries to steal Jackson and Oliver’s cheese jerky recipe.

The morning’s shows finish up with post-apocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves.

In this episode, Salene is distressed by some unpleasant graffiti, Bray and Lex nearly come to blows and Jack’s secret store of food is discovered.

Sunday 6th December From 10am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. This week, auditions begin for the school play. Will Marian and Spike be too busy to help Pia when her vegetable patch is ransacked?

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

This week’s instalment is ‘Pop Me and We Both Go Down’. Alex performs a spell in an attempt to vanish Justin’s new zit just before the school dance – but instead she brings it to life!

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager. In ‘Achey Jakey Heart’, Jake comes home and is eager to rekindle his relationship with Miley. But how will she feel about his surprise return?

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups.

In this episode, Trudy becomes more and more jealous of Salene. Elsewhere, Bray spies on the Locusts and Amber has leadership frustration.

Sunday 29th November From 10am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. This week, Spike and Marian start up their own canteen in protest at the prices in the tuck shop. However, their business venture nearly ends in disaster…

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

In this week’s instalment, ‘Movies’, Alex attempts to hang out with Justin’s older group of friends to see an R-rated movie. When her brother stops her from joining in, Alex transports herself into the theatre.

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager.

This week’s episode is ‘Take This Job and Love It’. When Roxy’s protective attitude ruins Miley’s date, she persuades her bodyguard to go and work for the US president.

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups.

In this episode, Paul’s sixth sense warns him there is an outsider in the mall and Bray introduces a dumbfounded Zoot to his daughter.

Sunday 22nd November From 10.00am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a wealthy, middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. This week, Snobs uncovers some interesting bones in Abby’s gran’s garden – leading the friends to conclude that they must belong to Abby’s grandad! Elsewhere, Banjo’s life is put at risk.

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

In this week’s instalment, ‘Curb Your Dragon’, Alex buys Justin a pet beagle to replace the dog that she accidentally lost years ago. She is stunned when the beagle turns out to be a dragon in disguise!

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager.

This week’s episode is ‘My Best Friend’s Boyfriend’. Miley turns detective when she suspects Lily’s new boyfriend is two-timing her.

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups.

In this episode, Bray nurses Trudy while Salene and Zandra share the care of the baby. Having risked his life to get Trudy’s medication, Dal is particularly anxious about her recovery.

Sunday 15th November From 10.00am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a wealthy, middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. This week, the camp is transformed into a sea of colour as it prepares to host the winter festival.

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

In this week’s instalment, ‘Alex’s Choice’, Gigi invites Harper to her annual tea party, but Alex is cross when she accepts. Alex learns that Gigi plans to embarrass Harper and uses magic to wreak revenge.

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager.

This week’s episode is ‘You’ve Gotta Not Fight for Your Right to Party’. Miley and Jackson are grounded, so they plan to get Lilly and Oliver to pretend to be them while they sneak out.

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups.

In this episode, Bray sneaks out of the mall whilst Trudy lies in bed, delirious with fever.

Sunday 8th November From 10.00am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story set in the picture-postcard suburb of North Sydney. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a wealthy, middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. This week, the fight is on to save Eden Beach Primary School from closure.

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

In the fourth episode, ‘Disenchanted Evening’, Alex, Justin and Max learn that there is another young wizard in their midst, TJ Taylor, who is allowed to use his magic whenever he wants. Alex tries to convince Jerry that he is too strict with his rules on magic, until TJ’s behaviour places everyone in jeopardy…

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager, Robbie. Miley is helped by her two best friends, Lilly (Emily Osment) and Oliver (Mitchel Musso), who are the only people at school to know her secret.

This week’s episode is ‘I Am Hannah, Hear Me Croak’. Miley has a throat problem that could jeopardise her career as Hannah. She needs an operation and is very scared, until her mother (guest star Brooke Shields) visits her in a dream to assure her that everything will be all right.

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups.

In this episode, Trudy becomes more and more ill and is unable to feed the baby. Elsewhere, Amber implements a rationing system for food and water

Sunday 1st November From 10.00am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teen dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and post-apocalyptic sci-fi adventures in ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story set in the picture-postcard suburb of North Sydney. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a wealthy, middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. This week, the students employ a number of different methods when tackling an assignment about time.

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

In the fourth episode, ‘New Employee’, Alex uses a spell to help Harper with her new job at the sandwich shop. However, the plan backfires when Jerry and Theresa are so impressed with Harper’s skills, they promote her above Alex! Elsewhere, Justin sets up a tutorial programme in the shop, but soon realises he is treading on somebody else’s toes…

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager, Robbie. Miley is helped by her two best friends, Lilly (Emily Osment) and Oliver (Mitchel Musso), who are the only people at school to know her secret.

This week’s episode is ‘Get Down, Study-udy-udy’. Miley’s chances of going on her European tour are in jeopardy when her grade in science slips. In order to pass the mid-term exam, she creates a song-anddance routine that inspires the entire class. Jackson looks after Thor’s talking bird, but it begins to repeat some things Jackson would prefer to keep secret.

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups.

In this episode, Lex still insists that Trudy is lying about her pregnancy in order to stay with the tribe – even when her contractions begin. Meanwhile, Cloe secretly feeds the calf, Lex continues to harass Zandra, Dal volunteers to head to the city for supplies and Ryan finds a secret spot for his rucksack – but what is he so desperate to hide?

Sunday 18th October From 10.00am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teenage dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and the return of post-apocalyptic teen series ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story set in the picture-postcard suburb of North Sydney. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a wealthy, middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. In this week’s episode, things do not go to plan at the Eden Beach Foundation Day celebrations.

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

In the third episode, Alex learns that there is a magical resource to get information about any subject in the form of a ‘pocket elf’, and she secretly uses one to pass a Spanish exam. Having aced the test, Alex is allowed to go on a group date with her crush, Riley. However, Justin and Max have decided to seek revenge on their sister…

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager, Robbie. Miley is helped by her two best friends, Lilly (Emily Osment) and Oliver (Mitchel Musso), who are the only people at school to know her secret.

This week’s episode is ‘You Are So Sue-able to Me’. Miley persuades Lilly to get a complete makeover in preparation for her first date to a high-school dance. When the date stands Lilly up, the girls decide to take him to Teen Court.

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups. In this episode, Bray explains that he has been spying on the Tribe to make sure the mall was a safe place to bring Trudy to have her baby. But should she be allowed to stay? Elsewhere, Patsy and Paul find Jack with a secret store of food.

Sunday 11th October From 10.00am

Five’s popular strand for older children continues. Shake! offers viewers a weekly dose of top teenage dramas, including singing sensation ‘Hannah Montana’, spell-binding action from ‘Wizards of Waverly Place’, sun-kissed drama in ‘Snobs’ and the return of post-apocalyptic teen series ‘The Tribe’.

Shake! opens with Snobs, a modern-day Romeo and Juliet story set in the picture-postcard suburb of North Sydney. The series follows Abby (Indiana Evans, ‘Home and Away’), a wealthy, middle-class girl who forms an unlikely friendship with Marian (Denis Kacenga), a boy from a group of nomads. In this week’s episode, Abby disobeys her parents once more and is threatened with boarding school.

Wizards of Waverly Place is an Emmy awardwinning live-action Disney series following three siblings with magical abilities. The show centres on the Russo family, which includes Alex (Selena Gomez), her older brother Justin (David Henrie) and their younger brother Max (Jake T Austin). The children are not allowed to use magic without supervision, and only one of the three will retain supernatural powers into adulthood.

In the second episode, ‘First Kiss’, Alex uses wizardry to reverse the course of time and spare Justin the embarrassing incidents leading up to his first kiss. Meanwhile, Jerry and Theresa try to recreate Max’s speciality sandwich, which is under consideration to become the official sandwich of the New York Mets.

Next up is the worldwide hit Hannah Montana. The show stars Miley Cyrus as Miley Stewart, a teenager who has a secret double life as pop star Hannah Montana. Miley’s real-life dad, country singer Billy Ray Cyrus, plays her on-screen father and manager, Robbie. Miley is helped by her two best friends, Lilly (Emily Osment) and Oliver (Mitchel Musso), who are the only people at school to know her secret. This week’s episode is ‘Cuffs Will Keep Us Together’. Oliver handcuffs Miley and Lilly together when they have a fight – but Hannah is due to collect an important award. Can Miley extricate herself from her predicament?

The morning’s programmes finish up with postapocalyptic drama The Tribe. After a mysterious virus wipes out the world’s adult population, children and teenagers are left to fend for themselves. Before long they form various groups and must learn to survive without grown-ups.

In this episode, a mysterious figure watches the children as they wake for the first time in the mall. Amber tells Dal they cannot abandon the others as they would never survive alone. They decide to form a new tribe of their own and make a home for themselves in the mall – but can they avoid the attentions of rival gangs?

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