It was a stroke of genius to move this year's Camp Orange to Sea World on the Gold Coast.
One-time rock star and particle physicist Professor Brian Cox is the full presenter package.
Television changed cricket but it has always been about the call for ABC broadcaster Jim Maxwell.
For their tenth anniversary episode, the team revisits the chevy myth that got away.
Rebecca Gibney says July will be the end of the road for former flagship drama Packed to the Rafters.
MasterChef’s derided 'battle of the sexes' is over but the show is struggling to keep viewers engaged.
A novel about repatriation and dispossession, set in Australia and Sri Lanka, has been named the winner of Australia's most prestigious literary prize. Michelle de Kretser took out the $60,000 Miles Franklin Literary Award for her fourth novel, Questions of Travel, a double narrative that examines the plight of asylum seekers and the concept of travel in the internet age.
This is a love story without much love. Paul Raymond (Steve Coogan) was the ''King of Soho'' in London's West End from 1958, when he opened Britain's first strip club, until the early '90s, when his daughter Debbie (Imogen Poots) died of an overdose.
Zombies may be mindless but they make great metaphors. In 1968, when George Romero came up with Night of the Living Dead, the first in his cycle of zombie classics, he drew on Vietnam and the racism in America's south to create a zombie menace that sprang from the evils within American society. His zombies were not The Other. They were Us.
Socceroos game proves a hit for SBS as Twitter users accuse the broadcaster of spoiling the result.