Bondi Rescue: Bali

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Recruits' producer Michael Cordell tells TV Tonight why observational docos are always intercutting their stories and how it can undermine the very thing it's trying to offset.
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What's happened to Aussie TV? Dropping shows is now an epidemic, turning loyal viewers into cynics. Nine's Head of Acquisitions Les Sampson talks to TV Tonight about the art of scheduling.
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If reports are to be believed, there could be a lot more factual shows coming to TEN in 2009.
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Ouch. After a week of axings, TEN has landed fourth behind the ABC, which didn't even have any stunt programming. TEN was even lower than when it had Big Brother.
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Spare a thought for TEN. It's been an awful week, and worse may be yet to come.
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New and local programmes continue to shine for Seven, while TEN and Nine get a rude lesson in the perils of too many repeats.
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Only someone as smart as House could tell us what went wrong with TEN's Wednesday.
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NRL may have helped Nine win Sydney & Brissy but Seven has won the week nationally once more. Some nights there is next to no competition but tired movie repeats. Television is like politics, we all benefit from a healthy opposition and suffer when there's none.
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After just two weeks, TEN blinks and moves Taken Out to 6pm, replaced by Friends at 7:00.
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Unlike some factuals that thrive on paranoia, it’s refreshing to see a mainstream, commercial show offering up another culture in an 'heroic' form.

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