Television newsman Anderson Cooper is taking a somewhat unusual career turn - into a comic book star.
We're about four weeks into Australia's Weirdest Date and the shenanigans just keep getting weirder. There are four ladies who are yet to go on a single date with the human Ken doll and they're not happy, Jan.
There must have been a time, I think, when people did not solve their problems by calling a TV show; but for the life of me I can't remember it. We really do live in a golden age of televised life assistance, when there is no challenge that can't be overcome with a dash of reality-TV spirit.
A car, a phone, night time. These three elements, says writer-director Steven Knight, were the starting points for his new film, Locke, but they were the end points, too.
The battle between 2Day FM and the broadcasting watchdog over the "royal hoax" scandal has reached the highest court in Australia.
Larry Hagman died midway through filming the latest season of Dallas but writers wrote his death into the story, creating a "memorial" for Hagman through the show.
At the start of Dimensions of Dialogue, one of the best-known shorts by the brilliant Czech animator Jan Svankmajer, two figures meet face-to-face.
And so it’s down to ten ladies left.
If there's one profession we could do with more of onscreen, it's lawyers. Isn't it about time TV producers explored the world of the law, and the passions and personal lives of those practising it? Off the top of my head, I can only think of about 6000 shows about lawyers, so it's definitely fertile and unexplored territory.