• Airdate: Little Britain Abroad

    The ABC will screen the 2 part special Little Britain Abroad next month. The specials, which aired at Xmas 2006 in the UK, will see Matt Lucas and David Walliams in Spain, Paris, Thailand and America. Some of the sketches include: Lou and Andy are on their way to Disneylworld in Florida, Bubbles De Vere […]

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  • Torchwood writer helms Law & Order: London

    Torchwood producer-writer Chris Chibnall will become the showrunner on Law & Order: London. ITV has ordered 13 episodes based on scripts from the original US show from independent procution company Kudos. The broadcaster’s director of drama, Laura Mackie, told Digital Spy that despite being based on original US scripts, “Law & Order: London will look […]

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  • Directors Guild Awards: The Nominees

    Lost, The Sopranos and Mad Men will battle it out for a Drama award in nominations announced by the Directors Guild of America. Jack Bender has been nominated for the season finale of Lost while creator David Chase is up for the series finale of The Sopranos. Both shows have two nominations. 30 Rock has […]

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  • Clinton Grybas Memorial on Sky

    Foxtel has confirmed Sky News will telecast the Memorial Service for Clinton Grybas live from Melbourne next Tuesday. at 11.00am (EDT). The Memorial Service for the Foxtel and 3AW colleague will be held at: Location: CityLife ChurchCnr. High Street Road & Cathies LaneWantirna South (Mel. Ref. 72 D2) Date: Tuesday 15th January, 2008Time: 11.00am

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  • Mad about Mal

    TEN’s Melbourne newsreader Mal Walden continues to show he’s not without a sense of humour when it comes to reading the news -and that’s a good thing. On Thursday’s TEN News at Five, Mal had trouble with pronunciation of the word “phenomenon.” How priceless is that smile at the end, after he finally gets it […]

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  • Gone: Psych

    TEN has pulled Psych from its schedule. It will be replaced by Burn Notice effective from next week. The change sees Burn Notice move from a planned 8:30 premiere to 9:30pm. NCIS repeats remain at 8:30pm instead of disappearing. This week Psych had an audience of 644,000, down from NCIS‘ lead in of 877,000. No […]

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  • Returning: You Are What You Eat / Body Clock

    Channel Nine will return reality health shows You Are What You Eat and Turn Back Your Body Clock to Wednesday nights. They return from 7:30 and 8:00pm on Wednesday January 23 replacing repeats of RPA Where Are They Now which had 800,000 viewers last night. Both are new episodes. YAWYE is back with Series 3 […]

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  • So you think you can compete?

    TEN is staging a promotional contest with Westfield Shopping Centres to help launch So You Think You Can Dance. $5,000 is up for grabs for the best dancer over the age of 16. State finalists will be flown to Sydney for a Grand Final on February 16. Press Release: To celebrate the launch of So […]

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  • TEN to Look Good Naked

    Network TEN has picked up the new US lifestyle series How To Look Good Naked hosted by Carson Kressley. Based on a British series it is designed to help women feel better about their physique without the need for crash diets and plastic surgery. Airing in the US on cable network Lifetime Television, it has […]

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  • Lack of Conviction

    The jury is out on Conviction. Network TEN has already had a change of heart about the scheduling of the new legal drama only a week after it announced the timeslot. The Dick Wolf series was due to air at 8:30pm Wednesday January 23 but now awaits a new timeslot after TEN after being replaced […]

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  • Bill actor attempts suicide

    The Bill actor Jeff Stewart, who played PC Reg Hollis, slashed his wrists on Monday after being told his contract would not be renewed. The 52-year-old actor was the only original 1984 cast member left on the show. Stewart cut his wrists in his dressing room at the south London studios where the show is […]

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  • Anatomy and Ellen top People’s Choice

    How many more Award shows can America squeeze into one end of the calendar year? The People’s Choice Awards have just handed out their gongs, literally, to their recipients on location. In a pre-recorded presentation, this proved a novel way to get around the WGA strike and threat of picketing writers. The big TV winners […]

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