The patriotism reaches a crescendo in this episode of the documentary series charting 2000 years of British history. Entitled "War and Peace", it looks at the world wars from a shamelessly British perspective. Don't expect a mention of Gallipoli.
Let's just state the obvious, the Brownlow is really all about the frocks.
Tonight Dr Lisa deals with a young bulldog bitch with severe breathing problems. The solution: an operation to remove part of her soft palate and a spot of rhinoplasty to open the airways. Having been there and had that done, I feel for the poor thing.
When a world-class facial plastic surgeon tells you someone has had "work" you'd better believe it.
There has never been a partnership on Australian television that has lasted as long, nor been as passionate.
Footy-star cameos and a fast turnaround are par for the course on an innovative webseries being filmed in Fitzroy.
The Simpsons is a show for intelligent kids and their humanist parents. Family Guy is a show for sex-obsessed 17-year-old boys and cynical seniors.
Scriptwriter Shelley Birse wanted to tell a story about power and governance in the real place instead of pretending.
Die-hard The Block Glasshouse fans line up to get a first look at the finished apartments.
Jukebox musical struggles to prop up weaker Proclaimers' songs.