August 18, 2018

Short Cuts

SHORT CUTS: Leave no Trace, Beyond Leone: The Radical Lawlessness of the Spaghetti Western, The Last Suit
August 18, 2018

TV highlights: Wednesday, August 22

Wednesday Picks: The Employables, Anh's Brush with Fame, Deep State
August 18, 2018

Tuesday Picks: Foreign Correspondent, North Korea’s Reality Stars, Catalyst

Tuesday Picks: Foreign Correspondent, North Korea's Reality Stars, Catalyst
August 18, 2018

The real cop behind BlackKklansman on the shame of Trump’s America

Not much has changed in the 40 years since black policeman Ron Stallworth infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan; in some ways, things are even worse.
August 18, 2018

Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme: What I know about women

Josh Homme talks about his career and the women who have influenced him.
August 18, 2018

TV’s Hunger Games: Ten’s Pilot Week stars are desperate for your views

Eight original TV shows, eight hopefuls fighting for survival. Here's why they think you should watch them over the others.
August 18, 2018

Debby Ryan: The critics are mistaken over Insatiable’s ‘body-shaming’

She was accused of fat-shaming but actor Debby Ryan has had her own body issues. The social-media influencer with millions of followers chose success as the best payback.
August 18, 2018

Trump could do with showing a little R-E-S-P-E-C-T

From taking a stand, to protests, to singing at Obama's inauguration as president, Aretha's voice was heard. As it will be always.
August 18, 2018

What’s on in Sydney: August 19-25

From a festival celebrating all things pork to music with Mojo Juju and hip-hopper Estoerik and music festival Extended Play, plus an antiques fair, we have your week in Sydney covered.
August 18, 2018

Meet Lucy Peach, the woman who is harnessing the power of the period

Ladies and gentleman, Lucy Peach wants you to celebrate the period. Not the full stop at the end of this sentence, but the menstrual cycle most women will experience for more than half of their reproductive life.
August 18, 2018

Sydney Fringe Festival 2018: Our picks of the weirdest and most wonderful acts

Not sure what to see at this year's Sydney Fringe Festival? From a love letter to Dolly Parton to a break-up in real time and a roller-skating rink on top of a shopping centre, we have you covered.
August 18, 2018

Why Katy Perry and co sing for their supper in Sydney

Touring far off lands like Australia has become a nice little earner for the big names of global pop music.