There are encouraging signs here that the folk who decided to revive a cinema classic aren't nuts at all.
A fearless cameraman brought the horror of jungle war home.
Richard Stubbs has talked to film stars, musicians and authors, but it is war veterans who make him anxious.
It’s all silent on set, as actor Isabel Durant takes a deep breath and sinks into a pool of sapphire blue water.
Another brawl on reality show The Real Housewives of Atlanta has prompted an American civil rights group to accuse the producers of "a pattern of violent, stereotypical portrayals of black people across many of [the channel's] reality franchises".
Respected news anchor Brian Williams has an unexpected talent for rapping Snoop Dogg, among others, through a mash-up of his nightly bulletins.
The reaction to the now infamous scene in this week's Game of Thrones has been heartening, but it appears a deliberate choice by creators.
The predicament of Australian-born Japanese civilians in an Australian internment camp seems a natural subject for the Vogel's Literary Award winner, Christine Piper, when you know her own complex background.
When Australian Book Review editor Peter Rose was considering the creation of the magazine's first laureate, he didn't spend too long looking for the right person to be honoured.
There is, believe it or not, very good TV being made by people who don't speak English.