When a world-class facial plastic surgeon tells you someone has had "work" you'd better believe it.
There has never been a partnership on Australian television that has lasted as long, nor been as passionate.
Footy-star cameos and a fast turnaround are par for the course on an innovative webseries being filmed in Fitzroy.
The Simpsons is a show for intelligent kids and their humanist parents. Family Guy is a show for sex-obsessed 17-year-old boys and cynical seniors.
Scriptwriter Shelley Birse wanted to tell a story about power and governance in the real place instead of pretending.
Die-hard The Block Glasshouse fans line up to get a first look at the finished apartments.
Jukebox musical struggles to prop up weaker Proclaimers' songs.
Robert Hughes, Germaine Greer, Barry Humphries and Clive James fall in TV's 20/20 hindsight.
Actor and producer Simon Burke talks over an Asian hawker style lunch about the much talked about "television event" he has produced and the seminal 1976 film that inspired it, starring the 13-year-old Burke.