Andrew Murfett is the editor of the Green Guide, the weekly section all about television trends, interviews, and reviews of upcoming television and radio programs and video releases.
Andrew Murfett A new film looks at the fate of young Australian deserters in World War I.
Andrew Murfett One distinction between life in modern Australia and, say, 100 years ago is that today ignorance is a choice.
Andrew Murfett Heading into its sixth season, Selling Houses Australia still tells it straight.
Louie on hold
Andrew Murfett Comedian Louis C.K. talks about the joy of going unnoticed in Melbourne, creative control, and why fans of Louie will have to wait until 2014.
Andrew Murfett On paper, it doesn't seem like much. A bunch of talking heads musing and pontificating about life, interspersed with old footage from the ABC archives.
Andrew Murfett The agony aunts and uncles are coming together to expound on life's rich tapestry.
Andrew Murfett Revenge's shameless social climber Ashley Davenport is front and centre in season two.
Michael Idato and Andrew Murfett A new eight-part series that is effectively a spinoff of 2011's Crownies begins poduction.
Andrew Murfett This regular of Australian TV cooking shows reveals the recipe.
Andrew Murfett Andrew Murfett joins other fans devoted to the cult television series Lost.
Michael Idato and Andrew Murfett Pay TV channel Arena signs an exclusive deal to deliver American journalist Katie Couric's new talk show, Katie.
Andrew Murfett Girls continues to be a fresh, funny, frank and beautifully written piece of television.
2012 TV: The Quiz
Neil McMahon, Andrew Murfett and Paul Kalina So you think you know your television? Test yourself against these 85 questions based on the shows that graced our screens in 2012 set by our writers and reviewers. Got a quiet hour? Away you go.
Andrew Murfett The former Australian Idol winner is now hosting the new NITV music show Fusion.
Andrew Murfett White Collar star Tim DeKay says chemistry is behind the appeal of the show.
Andrew Murfett His name might not be instantly familiar but Mark Opitz is arguably Australia's most accomplished and celebrated producer.
Andrew Murfett Tim DeKay likens the bromance between characters Peter and Neal to a poker game between two best friends.
Andrew Murfett When Nat Faxon wants to know how to play Ben, he asks him.
Scott Ellis and Andrew Murfett Foxtel names the hosts for Aussie Pickers, Molly Ringwald is to revisit the characters that made her famous and Seven ventures into the home renovation reality world.
Andrew Murfett Nat Faxon says he and his character Ben share a degree of energy and well-meaningness.