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Ron Cerabona is an arts reporter for The Canberra Times.
Ron Cerabona This 1968 Irwin Allen TV series was very expensive at the time and has impressive optical work.
Ron Cerabona Shortis and Simpson present their take on some well-known songs, writes Ron Cerebona.
Ron Cerabona The Big Bang Theory: The Complete Seventh Season (Blu-ray) 3.5 stars
Ron Cerabona If you're in the right nostalgic mood, this is great cheesy fun - and the array of extras is impressive.
Ron Cerabona Explore the exhibition Pulse: Reflections on the body with Sarah St Vincent Welch and a group of fellow writers.
Ron Cerabona Running a theatre company is fun, frantic and full of surprises, Jarrad West tells Ron Cerabona.
Ron Cerabona LITBITS RUNNING LOG 2014
Ron Cerabona The Canberra Area of Dramatic Art is hosting the inaugural Actors' Professional Kickstart Conference for aspiring young actors.
Ron Cerabona Freaks and Geeks is a funny and moving cult comedy-drama featuring loads of talent on both sides of the camera.
Ron Cerabona Composer Larry Sitsky said his Concerto for Orchestra, receiving its Canberra premiere on Friday, was a work 200 years in the making. It was also one that left him feeling "a little bit spooked".
Ron Cerabona Disney opens its vault to release the 1959 animated classic on DVD and Blu-ray.
Ron Cerabona Eddie Murphy showed he could carry a movie on his own with this 1984 hit – wow, 30 years! – but it's a bit of a mishmash of elements.
Ron Cerabona Question Time with Laurence Anderson, doctor, author, filmmaker.
Ron Cerabona Despite a foolish bikini contest this amiable, star-studded romp has moments that work.
Ron Cerabona Kathryn Favelle, acting director, Community Outreach, National Library of Australia
Ron Cerabona MUSICAL THEATRE Ron Cerabona Making a musical of the classic 1950 movie Sunset Boulevard tantalised people for years.
Ron Cerabona Lone Survivor (MA15+) 4 stars
Ron Cerabona Dance studio owner Kym Degenhart talks about her ideal Canberra weekend, and why dance is her passion.
Ron Cerabona The actor has never forgotten how he felt when he landed the part of a pixie.