Four female journalists are the latest to respond to Geoffrey Barker’s article on “News babes.”
Julia Gillard is set to ban the promotion of gambling odds during live sports broadcasts.
James Mathison is linked to TEN’s new breakfast offering whether he likes it or not.
HeadFirst host is happy after setting a record for ABC2.
Biggest Loser trainers puts to rest rumours about her status with the other Biggest Loser trainer.
Huh? Why were Cal Wilson and Toby Truslove doing SlideShow on SBS 2 this week?
Australia’s documentary-making community are unhappy with category changes to the AACTA Awards.
Who needs big prizes? RocKwiz just wants a friendly game with contestants who play nice.
Biggest Loser contestant taken to hospital after being filmed exercising for next week’s finale.
Updated: Nine may walk away from cricket rights with TEN poised to land the lot, and Seven stitches up A-League All Stars soccer.
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STUDIO plays plenty of Queen including Live In Rio and the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert.
FOX Sports has announced its schedule for key sporting events this winter for the Wallabies, Socceroos and cricket.
[V] staged another of its Guerilla Gigs yesterday, for the first time in Canberra, with The Rubens.
The Bio channel gets into a right Royal mood next month with a number of specials and docos on the Royal family.
Don’t presume that “Boys v Girls” challenge comprises the whole season of MasterChef.
Margaret and David present their annual Cannes Film Festival special, including their review of The Great Gatsby.
Dateline goes behind the scenes of Denmark’s controversial show in which two men critique a naked woman.
Guests include Tim Ferguson, executive producer of The Americans, Joe Weisberg, plus Gary Mehigan and George Calombaris.
Australian Story will feature an updated edition of its Hazel Hawke profile with new material an introduction by Ita Buttrose.
Four Corners will detail a number of specific high level hacking incidents involving Australian Government departments.
TEN has now announced its next local drama, Reef Doctors, starring Lisa McCune.
House Husbands has its strongest episode so far this Sunday night, because it’s dealing with more meatier drama.
This drama about two undercover KGB agents is a slow-burn but worth a look until Homeland returns.
Kevin Harrington commits to the role of a folk hero, but ABC’s telemovie falls short of the finish line.