SBS has confirmed two internationally acclaimed actors are set to star in SBS’s new Australian drama series, Sunshine. The four-part crime thriller’s cast includes multi-award winning Anthony LaPaglia and Melanie Lynskey
Next week will see Australia’s two biggest breakfast shows embark on a week of outside broadcasts with TODAY exploring the east coast of Australia, while the Sunrise team will take on a five-day mystery tour of the United States of America.
Sunday nights are about to get a whole lot more galactic as Rove McManus and his team of superfans present a brand new half hour panel show to dissect, delve into and delight in the world of Doctor Who. Airing straight after the weekly premiere of the much anticipated Doctor Who series 10 on ABC, Whovians will be filmed in front of a live studio audience, and air on Sundays at 8.30pm on ABC2 and iview.
The series will explore the heritage, history and diversity that drives Australia’s food culture, with home cooks challenging an entire chefs’ line from some of the best restaurants across the country.
Friday’s revelation that beloved sports broadcaster Bruce McAvaney had been diagnosed with leukaemia not only shocked and moved sports fans across Australia, it also caused quite a bit of tension in the Seven newsroom.
BBC Worldwide Australia & New Zealand and Sharmill Films have once again teamed up to bring fans a special event screening of the first episode of Doctor Who: Series 10for two days only, starting Easter Sunday.
Inspired by a true story of a transplant patient who became a doctor, PULSE, created by Kris Wyld, Michael Miller and Mel Hill, is a high stakes drama set in and around the transplant unit of a busy western suburbs teaching hospital.
The Nine Networks Sydney News bulletin has been found to breach the Commercial Television Industry Code of Practice by broadcasting a news item that was inaccurate and was not presented fairly and impartially.
The ABC will invest $50 million in new content and create 80 new jobs in rural and regional Australia while losing 150-200 jobs elsewhere under a new strategy and transformation program announced today by the ABC’s Managing Director, Michelle Guthrie.
What is it like to be a 12-year-old girl growing up in Australia today? ABC and Screen Australia have partnered on an exciting new funding program to invite the next generation of Australian female content makers to help them find out.