August 26, 2018

What’s on TV: Saturday, 1 September

The finale of the fourth season of this NCIS spin-off sees team leader Dwayne Pride as the target of a plot aimed at destroying his career.
August 26, 2018

What’s on TV: Friday, 31 August

On the eve of spring, the enthusiastic and motivating experts on this 28-year-old ABC stalwart are positively bursting with ideas and advice.
August 26, 2018

What’s on TV: Sunday, 2 September

The 14th season of Nine's popular renovation contest, with its sunny images of bayside living, has been a winner with viewers.
August 26, 2018

What The Bachelor girls can learn from this middle-aged lady

As a 51-year-old single woman I'm probably in no place to offer love advice to the young-uns on The Bachelor, but here you are.
August 26, 2018

The humble kookaburra has captured the heart of a Hollywood legend

It may not top many people’s list of favourite birds, but the humble kookaburra has won the heart of a Hollywood icon.
August 26, 2018

Pam Ann in full flight not for the faint hearted

The world's funniest flight attendant returns to her hometown.
August 26, 2018

Xavier Rudd sings the Melbourne eclectic

The Australian singer-songwriter swung into town with his ultra-cool band, bringing some good vibrations with him.
August 25, 2018

The Goss: Julie Bishop’s partner steals Jen Hawkins’ spotlight at Myer

Despite losing to Scott Morrison, David Panton said he was "proud" of Bishop for putting herself forward for the role of Prime Minister.
August 25, 2018

Books That Changed Me: Rupert Guinness

Jon Krakauer's account of disaster on Everest reminded Rupert Guinness that the risks can be significant for writers who choose to leave their comfort zone.
August 25, 2018

TV picks: Critics’ choice

Critics' Choice: Zero Tolerance: Child Separation, Bite Club, Loch Ness, Pacific
August 25, 2018

Thursday Picks: Gogglebox Australia, Loch Ness, Spookers

Thursday Picks: Gogglebox Australia, Loch Ness, Spookers
August 25, 2018

Pay TV pick: America to Me

Unconscious bias and almost instinctive segregation is on show in this 10-part school documentary