The American socialite Paris Hilton intends to sue the producers of a TV program which subjected her to a prank in which she was made to think a plane she was on was crashing.
Michael Koziol Australia loves to poke fun at Q&A - but we still love to watch it, too.
Antigone Anagnostellis Zadie Smith's work extends to literary journalism, novel writing and cultural analysis and now she has taken up her first screenwriting project with French director Claire Denis.
Ebony Bowden In an unlikely matchup, US President Barack Obama and British naturalist Sir David Attenborough have sat down for a televised interview at The White House to be aired on the ABC on Tuesday night.
Kristian Silva Woman treated by paramedics after attack on Gold Coast.
MIchael Idato If they taught it at business school, it might be called how to destroy your TV career in seven easy words.
Ebony Bowden An impassioned email has been sent to all ABC staff telling them to stand strong in the face of serious criticism from the Australian government, public and media.
David Wroe The ABC program Q&A did not know that controversial audience member Zaky Mallah had tweeted misogynistic messages about 'gangbanging' two female journalists, host Tony Jones has said.
Ebony Bowden In an amazing push toward marriage equality in Australia, Channel Nine's Married at First Sight will open the door to same sex couples while casting season two of the romance series.