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Christian O’Connell took a massive risk when he quit a No.1 radio show

Christian O’Connell took a massive risk when he quit a No.1 radio show

Five years ago, Christian O’Connell turned his back on Britain’s top radio show, uprooted his family and moved to Australia to begin again. Somehow, it worked.

  • by Karl Quinn

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Emmys delayed for the first time since September 11 attacks

Emmys delayed for the first time since September 11 attacks

Hollywood’s strike continues to have far-reaching impacts across the TV and film industry.

  • by Thomas Mitchell
‘Exhausting’ psychological reality show finds new celebrity victims

‘Exhausting’ psychological reality show finds new celebrity victims

The local version of The Traitors has taken a leaf out of the US playbook and recruited reality stars and an actor to play the game.

  • by Nicole Elphick
‘I’ve never seen anything like it’: Annabel Crabb’s ‘wild’ chat with Peter Dutton

‘I’ve never seen anything like it’: Annabel Crabb’s ‘wild’ chat with Peter Dutton

It’s been eight years since the ABC journalist came knocking for the foodie political series, and while some things have changed, a lot is still the same.

  • by Louise Rugendyke
Romance isn’t quite dead in our house. We like to watch

Romance isn’t quite dead in our house. We like to watch

In fact, romance is streaming episodically into our lounge room. Who needs to go out for date night?

  • by Julie Power
What does Australia ‘sound’ like? New show lends an ear

What does Australia ‘sound’ like? New show lends an ear

ABC radio producer Ann Jones has embarked on an entertaining and fact-filled mission to capture Australia’s unique sounds in The Soundtrack of Australia.

  • by Ben Pobjie
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Murder, he wrote: Huge stars join Steve Martin’s whacky whodunnit

Murder, he wrote: Huge stars join Steve Martin’s whacky whodunnit

In the hands of stars Steve Martin, Martin Short and Selena Gomez, Only Murders in the Building has become one of the great stayers of the streaming era.

  • by Debi Enker
Tennis court the backdrop for riveting and complex drama

Tennis court the backdrop for riveting and complex drama

Who to believe in this drama about the fraught relationship between a tennis coach and young champion, especially when both are telling lies?

  • by Debi Enker
Homegrown drama is rare, which makes a good one worth celebrating

Homegrown drama is rare, which makes a good one worth celebrating

The medical drama RFDS returns, with a new recruit and lively adventures in the Australian outback.

  • by Debi Enker
Kyle Sandilands’ monkeypox comments breached decency rules, says ACMA
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Kyle Sandilands’ monkeypox comments breached decency rules, says ACMA

Comments Sandilands made during a segment about the outbreak of monkeypox were offensive to gay men and not in line with the Commercial Radio Code of Practice, the media authority has found.

  • by Nell Geraets
Tammy Slaton reveals her 'big secret' to boyfriend Jerry
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Tammy Slaton reveals her 'big secret' to boyfriend Jerry

Tammy needs to get something off her chest and hopes boyfriend Jerry will accept 'the real her' on 1000-Lb Sisters on 9Now.