August 29, 2018

What’s on TV: Wednesday, September 5

Tonight is the concluding episode of optimism-inducing reality series The Employables.
August 29, 2018

What’s on TV: Monday, September 3

Perfect Match gets revived in a karaoke bar with a splash of Magic Mike.
August 29, 2018

What’s on TV: Thursday, September 6

Cameras film police trying to keep alive a man felled by a punch outside a pub.
August 29, 2018

Bachelorette takes on one of the ‘mean girls’ – and gets eliminated

Nice girls finish last in this episode of The Bachelor.
August 29, 2018

‘My career is disintegrating’: John Jarratt seeks earlier court date

A historic sexual assault charge against actor John Jarratt has made headlines in Hollywood, casting a shadow over his future in the Wolf Creek franchise.
August 29, 2018

Jane Fonda recounts a life ‘in three acts’

The screen star and activist dazzled her Melbourne audience in a sit-down appearance.
August 29, 2018

It’s official, the fallout for #MeToo men lasts about 8-10 months

Louis CK, Aziz Ansari and Matt Lauer have all earmarked their professional comebacks this week.
August 29, 2018

Neil Young and Daryl Hannah got married? So say their pals on social media

The musician and actress have reportedly been dating since 2014.
August 29, 2018

A bangin’ musical adventure

The creative spirit of Bang on a Can's three founding members is ever present in the group's touring sextet, the All-Stars.
August 29, 2018

You’ve heard of Brett Whiteley, but who is George Baldessin?

An inspired exhibition at the NGV is pairing Whiteley's works with those of the lesser known Melbourne artist George Baldessin.
August 29, 2018

Wayne review: Young love the true heart of motorcycle champion’s story

Apart from the title, I loved every minute of Jeremy Sims' surprising and entertaining documentary about the remarkable career of Wayne Gardner.
August 29, 2018

Mile 22 review: Mark Wahlberg’s tough guy act wears thin in ugly propaganda piece

If it could be taken seriously, Mile 22 would be loathsome, but for all the pretense of gritty realism, the film is weirdly unreal.