September 3, 2018

As a woman facing death, Linda Cropper finds freedom in MTC’s The Architect

Somewhere under those sepulchral robes, the Grim Reaper has a funny bone. Gallows humour, comedy in the trenches, the smile of the condemned. Such is life, so it goes. Proximity to death makes light of most things.
September 3, 2018

Neil Armstrong’s sons defend Ryan Gosling pic from ‘anti-American’ claims

The acclaimed biopic has sparked a boycott campaign from conservatives upset it does not show the astronaut's flag-planting moment.
September 2, 2018

Kerri-Anne Kennerley to return to morning TV

The TV legend will join the panel on Ten's Studio 10.
September 2, 2018

Em Rusciano to depart 2DayFM breakfast

The comedian is hanging up her headphones to focus on her family.
September 2, 2018

Kathleen Turner says millions paid to Hollywood stars is ‘immoral’

"How much money does a person need? You can only live in one house at a time," she said.
September 2, 2018

Richard Hammond and family ‘gassed’ and robbed on holiday in Saint Tropez

The Grand Tour host's family woke up to find cash and a watch had been stolen from their rooms.
September 2, 2018

Poppy Montgomery to headline new Pacific island drama

Plus, actor John Goodman reveals Roseanne's fate in the upcoming Roseanne-less spin-off The Conners.
September 2, 2018

What’s on TV: Friday, September 7

The passing of the Transparency Law means that everyone must be naked all of the time.
September 2, 2018

Mr Mercedes delves deeply into Stephen King’s DNA

With two series and a hit film, Stephen King's horror library has once more become a hot property.
September 2, 2018

Amy Shark review: Confident Shark feels right at home in sea of fans

As Amy Shark's career has grown, it’s as if she has too, filling the cavernous room with her personality, voice and the self-deprecating humour
September 2, 2018

Globe-trotting Barnett returns to her roots and wows Melbourne crowd

Courtney Barnett’s sound has the kind of fresh-faced appeal of late ’90s indie pop that we never stopped loving.
September 2, 2018

The Misanthrope review: Performances strain against rhyming virtuosity

Justin Fleming's gender-swapped adaptation cuts closer to Moliere's wit than does the acting.