Nine News presenter Peter Hitchener has probably read thousands of stories in his long career without a problem. But things didn't go to plan during Tuesday night's bulletin.
Patrick Begley The courtroom drama between the broadcasters of My Kitchen Rules and The Hotplate had all the elements of a reality TV cooking challenge.
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Mary Ward If you've ever wanted Sterling, Cooper and Partners business cards, this is your chance.
Nick Galvin The verdict is in on Seven's much-hyped Restaurant Revolution and the winners are...a bunch of cats.
Peter White Dungeons and Dragons, the game that sounds like the title of a children's story book but, according to some, is second only to Russian roulette in the ranks of dangerous leisure activities, is in the headlines again.
Ebony Bowden Instead of drooling over Heston Blumenthal desserts on their televisions, Australians on Monday night were instead scratching their heads as they tried to spell words like soliloquy and incessant.
Karl Quinn Margaret Pomeranz is in conversation with David Gulpilil about his life and career. She'll need to be on her game.
Stephanie Bunbury Peter Strickland's elegant, art-directed world threatens to shatter at any moment
Stephanie Bunbury Cemetery of Splendour picks up on the true story of an unexplained outbreak of narcolepsy within a single company of Thai soldiers