When veteran ABC broadcaster, Quentin Dempster, says "bye-bye" in his Queensland, boy-from-the-bush way next Friday night, it will be for the last time.
Australian sketch comedies Black Comedy and Mad as Hell renew the genre in brilliant and inventive ways.
Commando School mixes fly-on-the-wall documentary with the reality show format of the recruits' back stories – and even includes interviews with their mums.
French screen legend Isabelle Hupert is, even at 61, in constant demand in her homeland and all over the word.
Chief executive throws down the gauntlet to the traditional television business, likening it to an ageing horse.
These days you can safely turn on the set and avoid the thing entirely. But for political junkies it's no contest.
He might have authored six crime books and extensively covered Melbourne’s underworld, but journalist Adam Shand said he was determined to cover more than “doom and gloom” when he takes over the 6PR Drive program next year.
An incredibly shocking yet oddly uninteresting end to the show which proves that even if you’re smart and ugly, or beautiful and stupid, you can still be laughed at for your flaws on national television.
Inviting the world's biggest current pop-culture phenomenon on to Australia's most aggressively middlebrow TV institution is doomed to be cringe-inducing.
A warm-hearted romance is another chance for a great French actress to show her sexual side.