• Tue July 17

    [Nine/7:30pm] Things To Try Before You Die. Premiere.[Nine/8:30pm] CSI Miami. Rpt.[Nine/9:30pm] Victoria Beckham: Coming to America. [Nine/10:30pm] Extreme Makeover. Series Return. [Seven/7:30pm] RSPCA Animal Rescue. Premiere. Follow RSPCA inspectors as they rescue, protect and prevent cruelty to the animals of Australia. In tonight’s episode, inspectors save some abandoned sheep running wild in an industrial lot, […]

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  • Rove guests in the US of A

    Adam Sandler is one of the guests on Rove’s New York show on July 22. Appearing with Sandler his his co-star from ‘I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry,” Kevin James. Rove will also be joined by Janeane Garofalo, Ben Lee, Adam Hills and a visit to Sesame Street. In the LA show on July […]

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  • Perth and Adelaide eye local ACA

    Audiences in Perth and Adelaide may soon get a localised version of A Current Affair if WIN boss Bruce Gordon has his way. It is part of his push to address disappointing News figures in Perth. “Western Australian people like localism, they like the local taste,” Gordon told The Australian. If the Foreign Investment Review […]

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  • Ratings Week 29

    Saturday:1 Nine News Saturday Nine 1,351,2 Seven News Seven 1,198,0003 Australia’s Funniest Home Video Show Nine 1,140,0004 The Shawshank Redemption Nine 1,082,0005 ABC News ABC 988,0006 The Dame Edna Treatment Nine 983,0007 Saturday Night AFL Ten 922,0008 New Tricks Rpt ABC 874,9 The Bill ABC 872,00010 Doctor Who ABC 839,000 Friday:1 Seven News Seven 1,425,0002 […]

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  • Mr Cranky leaves the house

    For those that care….. Kyle Sandilands has left the Big Brother house in a neatly-staged storm in a teacup. Sandilands entered the house on Saturday to “shake the housemates up” and provide some cross-promo for the upcoming Australian Idol and his radio show on 2DAY FM. But Kyle copped a migraine and left the house […]

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  • Mon July 16

    [Bio/8:30pm] An Audience with Stephen Sondheim. Premiere.[Showtime/8:30pm] Sleeper Cell. New Series.[Ovation/8:30pm] Classic Soul at the BBC. Aretha Franklin, Dusty Springfield.[Ovation/9:30pm] Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars. [Seven/7:30pm] Border Security. The fight to protect our border continues when Customs believe a dishevelled Englishman might be hiding something. With his story going around in circles, will […]

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  • Psychic Deal for Medium’s Alison

    TEN’s Medium is nearing the end of Season 3 and concludes with a three-part mystery which includes Alison DuBois (Patricia Arquette) appearing on Deal or No Deal as a contestant! As both are NBC shows, the crossover, including American host Howie Mandel is a smooth fit, but here both shows are on rival networks. The […]

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  • Everyone wins, but Seven stays the course.

    Week 28 of TV was a week where “everyone’s a winner.” Each commercial network managed to win at least one weeknight, which offset some other losses. But it was Seven that took out the week with a share of 28.7% to Nine’s 27.6%, TEN’s 21.1%, the ABC’s 16.5% and SBS’ 6.1%. Seven won Monday, Tuesday […]

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  • New NITV launches

    The National Indigenous Television network had a soft-launch on Friday, its first day of broadcasting. The new television channel is broadcasting via the Imparja TV channel based in Alice Springs. NITV has around 20 staff in the Northern territory and New South Wales. Set to provide 24-hour programming that reflects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander […]

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  • Eddie’s Queue. No waiting.

    UPDATE: This story has now been vehemently denied by McGuire as having no basis in truth and he is considering legal action against News Ltd. More below. Eddie McGuire has made news this week for trying to queue-jump his licence renewal at Bondi Junction’s RTA. According to News Ltd. fast Eddie had already tried through […]

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  • Kerry’s days were fun days

    They were “fun” times when Kerry Packer was running Nine says former Sunday producer Tom Krause. Writing an article in today’s Australian, Krause gives an interesting insight into the generosity and flow of dialogue between employer and employee. “It was fun under the Kerry Packer and Sam Chisholm regime,” he writes. “If you worked hard […]

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  • 4 eps in a leaky Boat

    Channel Nine’s shiny new drama Sea Patrol has had episodes leaked on the internet. In a breach worthy of border security investigation, the first four episodes are being downloaded as torrent files from illegal sources. Only two have been aired by Nine. The $15m production offered its first episode for free download in advance of […]

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