August 19, 2018

Marta Dusseldorp a triumph in Nora’s return

Nora Helmer is one of the great feminist heroines of the theatre, and here we see what has become of her.
August 19, 2018

Julian Meyrick on why numbers and culture don’t add up

Theatre director and academic Julian Meyrick debunks the current metrics madness of obsessively counting the value of culture.
August 18, 2018

The Goss: Sam Dastyari needs to wash his mouth out with soap

The ex-Labor senatorĀ dropped a rather crude remark in front of a room full of Ten's top execs and media.
August 18, 2018

Impressive line-up of talent for MWF 2018

The best of the Melbourne Writers Festival includes New Yorker TV critic Emily Nussbaum, Tim Winton and Nakkiah Lui
August 18, 2018

Books That Changed Me: Kate van Hooft

Mandy Sayer's Mood Indigo prompted Kate van Hooft to become a writer.
August 18, 2018

A Place to Call Home: Sun begins to set on the Bligh homestead

It might have a dashing leading man, but A Place to Call Home is the story of two strong women
August 18, 2018

Sunday Picks: The Block, Skit Happens, Britain’s Busiest Airport

Sunday Picks: The Block, Skit Happens, Britain's Busiest Airport
August 18, 2018

Giveaways: win tickets to a movie, a state schools production, and a footy celebration

This week win tickets to the State Schools Spectacular, the Book Club movie and the Coodabeen Champions
August 18, 2018

Critics’ Choice: Dave, Deep State, Rake, A Place to Call Home

CRITICS' CHOICE: Dave, Deep State, Rake, A Place to Call Home
August 18, 2018

From the showers

From the showers, Sunshine, Saturday 2pm
August 18, 2018

Books top 10

Karin Slaughter's Pieces of Her tops the Australian fiction bestsellers chart
August 18, 2018

Friday Picks: Killing Eve, The Chef’s Line, Australia’s Amazing Homes

Friday Picks: Killing Eve, The Chef's Line, Australia's Amazing Homes