One of ABC's top radio presenters has described the broadcaster's TV chiefs as "morally and spiritually bankrupt" following the axing of weekly science show format of Catalyst.
Linda Morris is an arts and books writer for The Sydney Morning Herald.
Advanced ticket sales for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story shows interest among some dedicated Australian Star Wars fans is strong.
Wes Anderson is back, spreading Christmas cheer and festive dollars.
A ''forensic'' investigation into the 1978 Hilton Hotel bombing wins accolade.
The writer's latest novel playfully examines the role of truth and fabrication in fiction, while continuing his fascination with genre.
The boom in celebrity memorabilia is bigger than ever.
Authors and illustrators fire up the imaginations of children.
Think forensic science in a cosy setting, says the creator of this very cold case crime series.
Actor Bryan Brown has gone back to his roots to back calls to establish the Western Sydney Centre for Writing.
In this era of contrived audience manipulation First Dates manages to be both thoughtful and culturally diverse.