Variety show Australia’s Got Talent has had mixed fortunes on our TVs. It launched on the Seven network in 2007 and lasted for six seasons before being picked up by Channel Nine.
As Mark Scott prepares to finish his time as Managing Director of the ABC, he reflects on his time in "one of the best jobs in the country" with DeciderTV's Steve Molk.
Channel Nine has gone out on a limb with its first foray into the world of scripted comedy since 2001.
There are some Australian actors whose careers are so ingrained with our own history, like Nadine Garner.
In the most diverse series yet, Julia Zemiro travels around Australia to take some of her favourite people down memory lane. As always the interviews are intimate, candid and Julia’s guests reveal parts of their life story that were until now unknown to viewers.
From the moment Samuel Johnson learned there was an Ian ‘Molly’ Meldrum movie in production he knew it was a role he was destined to play.
As the new host of Australia’s Got Talent, Dave Hughes is well aware of how tough it is to be a young performer getting judged.
The BBC is no stranger to the sweeping period drama. It has made an art form of the beautifully crafted story with a lush background and superb acting.
Set in London of the early 60s, the series about the nuns and nurses of Nonnatus House is now in its 5th season with Charlotte Ritchie back as young nurse Barbara Gilbert.
Originally broadcast on BBC First, The Missing explores the heart-wrenching story of two parents torn apart by the disappearance of their young son.