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TV and Radio

Heartfelt messages

Seinfeld cast send video messages to dying man as Elaine, Newman, Soup Nazi

Kind words ... Julie Louis-Dreyfus came to the party when the call went out from the family of a dying fan.

NICK GALVIN 9:26am In an outbreak of distinctly un-Seinfeldian bonhomie, stars of the 90s sit-com delivered personal birthday greetings to a super-fan stricken with terminal lung cancer.

What's on TV Wednesday: Blindspot

Ben Pobjie dinkus

BEN POBJIE 12:15am It is always difficult for two people with an undeniable attraction to keep their relationship on a purely professional footing. It's even more difficult when one is a stunningly beautiful young woman with amnesia and full-body tattoos and the other is a handsome and gruff yet sensitive FBI agent.

Unfinished business

Bones stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz sue Fox for 'tens of millions'

Temperence Brennan played by Emily Deschanel

10:33pm Fox Television has been cut to the bone by accusations the network cheated stars out of millions.

Wednesday, December 2

SBS series Kebab Kings.

3:42pm Who would have imagined an ‘‘observational documentary’’ set in a kebab shop could be compelling viewing?

Bindi's back

Bindi Irwin touches down at Australia Zoo after Dancing with the Stars 'dream'

Bindi Irwin after winning <i>Dancing with the Stars</i>.

EBONY BOWDEN Wildlife warrior and Dancing with the Stars winner Bindi Irwin says she's happy to be back in her khakis after arriving home at the Australia Zoo.

'I didn't have the nerve to tell them': When Cory Bernardi thought he'd killed John Howard

Kitchen Cabinet's Annabel Crabb and Liberal senator Cory Bernardi.

JUDITH IRELAND In the aftermath of John Howard's 1996 election victory, there was one ambitious young member of the Liberal party who was worrying, not celebrating.

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What's on TV Tues: Restoration Man

A scene from Restoration Man.

BEN POBJIE Houses seem to very important to the British. I suppose they're fairly important to most people, but the British present with a particular zeal for making a statement with their houses, for attempting to imbue their dwellings with history and character and some kind of ineffable reflection of national character. And that zeal is well-represented in Britain's line-up of house-based reality shows.

The Walking Dead recap season 6 episode 8 mid-season finale 'Start to Finish': There goes the neighbourhood

The way of the samurai: Michonne (Danai Gurira) in the season 6 mid-season finale of The Walking Dead.

KARL QUINN As the Walking Dead retires to the dressing room for the half-time break, the future looks even bleaker than usual for just about everyone.

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Tuesday, December 1

The Book Club Team Marieke Hardy, Jennifer Byrne and Jason Steger.

This hour-long edition of The Book Club focuses on the best books of the year.

Breakfast radio host Mark Parton quits Canberra's 2CC

Changing focus: Canberra radio host Mark Parton.

TOM MCILROY Veteran radio host has quit in the latest shake-up in Canberra's breakfast radio offerings.

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TV highlights

For real: Maddie Parry: Inside the Clinic.

MELINDA HOUSTON Abortion is the subject of a new documentary.

Cricket shapes up to a true test as Aussie takes on undercooked but improving Kiwis

Genius has revealed all kinds of details that helped contribute to famous outcomes.

MELINDA HOUSTON It's the third day of the third trans-Tasman test and the competition should be interesting indeed.

Heather Ewart leads TV viewers down back roads where the flies are friendly

The Buffy the Vampire Slayer film lacks the 
darkness or wry sophistication of the TV series, but the basic outline is there.

MELINDA HOUSTON Regional characters defy invention in a new series that ventures into regional and remote Australia.


20 gifts and experience for entertainment lovers

Dazzle hard-to-please loved ones this season with gifts that entertain and inspire - from new movies and must-see shows on screens big and small to live gigs and stage extravaganzas, concerts, art, dance and books.

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