Bert Newton was injected with LSD as treatment for a mental breakdown in the 1960s, according to a new book.
Ratings: 7TWO pulls out a big fat 7.6% share as viewers are uninspired by much of what’s on primary channels.
Quizzed on their experience 4 Big Brother evictees agree: they would do it all again.
Preparations are underway for TEN’s big hope, set to air 5 nights a week Live from South Africa.
Channel 4 developing series about those who live in and fight for the self-declared Islamic State.
Nathan Gibbs joins UK-based Zodiak Media as group head of format acquisitions.
Video: Jamie Oliver tries his hand at Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” as “Bake It Off” for a good cause.
“For a 60 year old to be doing it with a 25 year old, I felt, was unseemly,” says Mark Holden.
Ratings: Tuesday’s better performers included Nine News, Dancing with the Stars, The Project and Kitchen Cabinet.
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Gothic horror series Penny Dreadful premieres on Showcase early next month.
Good news for Foxtel with upcoming shows picked up for full seasons in the USA.
FX decides not to pursue a third season of the US adaptation of Scandinavian thriller.
Jeremy Clarkson, James May and Richard Hammond are in the Northern Territory.
Ever-popular Dora the Explorer has a new series promoting a sense of community -and a little Spanish along the way.
The success of Grand Designs Australia has led to exploration on local versions in the USA and New Zealand.
Sydney FC v Western Sydney Wanderers setting a 10 year season-record audience for FOX Sports.
SBS screens the story of a radical 1970s experiment between man and a chimp.
Want to catch-up with the News in another state? Now you can.
Guests: Shaun Micallef, Rove McManus, Dan Wyllie, Adrienne Pickering and Jess Harris.
Wendy Harmer is guest tonight’s as she takes Julia Zemiro on a drive through the Dandenongs.
Get ready for two kindred spirits trapped in a cycle of death and rebirth across four different lifetimes.
Part-Survivor, part glorified-radio-contest, Seven’s new reality series has a tropical backdrop and a lot of moolah.
Domestic drama meets kidnapping heist in BBC’s cop series with more than meets the eye.
Nine’s new factual benefits from DFAT access in Bangkok and reminds us to be respectful of foreign cultures.