Two hours may not be enough time for the live version of The Voice (Nine, 7.30pm) in its new Monday slot. If Seal really winds up, this thing could still be going as Karl Stefanovic is rewriting Roz Kelly's sports scripts on Tuesday's Today show.
Last week's federal budget would have buffered at least some of the chill wind that is blowing around the ABC and SBS four months out from a likely change of government.
How did the young and innocent Norman Bates become the deranged monster of Psycho?
Zombie nazis and perpetual rain fails to dampen spirits on the Croisette in the second instalment of our Cannes Film Festival diary.
It is the smash-hit singing contest that is about to launch into its live finals, with all eyes on the performers remaining in the final 16.
Acting wasn't always on the cards for one of our best-known stars.
Eurovision is derided as a shallow spangle-fest but more than half a million Australians will tune in to watch on Sunday night even though they can't barrack for their country.
Sooner or later, every Australian household must face an agonising decision: what to do with all the videocassettes they have accumulated in the past 30 years.
The costumes, choreography and corniness of Eurovision fascinate Australians. Daniel Burt looks at why in time for today's grand finals.
Offspring's Matt Le Nevez fell into acting with his eye on a football hero.
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