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Top 10

Top TV in 2016: the 10 shows you'll love to watch

Samuel Johnson as Ian 'Molly' Meldrum in <i>Molly</i>.

SCOTT ELLIS 3:48pm Every new TV year is an unopened gift for fans of the small screen.

Flying start

TV review: Melissa Benoist soars up and away as Supergirl

Melissa Benoist as <i>Supergirl</i>.

MICHAEL IDATO 12:00am A new superheroine doesn't quite manage to leap tall buildings but is off to a flying start.

What's on TV Friday: Australia v New Zealand third cricket Test

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BEN POBJIE If Don Bradman could see the grand old game of Test cricket distorted to the point it is being played at night, under lights, with a pink ball, he would roll over in his grave.

The Block 2015: Worst finale ratings in five years as renovation fatigue sets in

Shay and Dean Paine kiss as Suzi Taylor and Vonni Cosier celebrate.

EBONY BOWDEN Has Channel Nine killed the goose that laid the golden egg?

Paris attacks: Lisa Millar hits back at criticism over jacket worn during ABC broadcasts


Foreign correspondent Lisa Millar has slapped down a Twitter follower who publicly criticised her wardrobe choice while she was covering the recent terrorism attacks in Paris for the ABC.

Q&A draws curtain on extraordinary year with special episode

Neil McMahon In this final outing, the popular program helped the ABC hit its home run of the year, taking over where the broadcaster's traumatic two-parter on domestic violence Hitting Home left off.

How Marc Maron - a once angry comic with a coke habit - became the Barbara Walters of podcasts

Comedian Marc Maron has built up a huge audience to his WTF podcast in the US, and even had an interview with President Obama in his garage where he records it.

Geoff Edgers Just before noon, hundreds of eager attendees, some paying as much as $US2000 ($2758) for "4 Days of Inspiring Events," pile into a ballroom in Boston's convention centre for the main attraction of INBOUND's Thursday program. The masses have come for comedian and podcaster Marc Maron

Making news

Leaks, The Lodge and a life in politics, Laurie Oakes tells all

The Age Green Guide/SMH Guide, laurie oakes TV political journalist.Pic Simon Schluter 26 September 2015.

MICHAEL LALLO For five decades, Laurie Oakes has reported the machinations of Australian political life - and he's still just as fascinated by what goes on in the corridors of power.

Inside Q&A

Q&A host Tony Jones on terror, boycotts and his 'testing' year

Tony Jones, host of ABC's outspoken panel show <i>Q&A</i>, says it was a hard year, but not distressing.

Neil McMahon You'd think the end of 2015 might be a relief for Tony Jones.

Producing the hits

The SPA bath that will steer what we see

John Edwards told the conference there was a case for the return of the long-form drama series.

Debi Enker The annual gathering of the Screen Producers Australia, which represents the country's film and television producers, is likely to feature intense discussions about the priorities of government funding authorities and the intricacies of the Producer Offset tax rebates.

What's on

Slow progress towards becoming human

Male perpetrators of domestic violence attempt to change their ways in Call Me Dad.

MELINDA HOUSTON A frank documentary follows male perpetrators of domestic violence as they attempt to change their ways.

Hitting Home offers inside view of domestic violence

Hitting Home: Offers insights into domestic violence.

MELINDA HOUSTON A two-part documentary on domestic violence is powerful, if often difficult, viewing.

Intelligence - and trouble - abound in the world of Marvel's Jessica Jones

Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones.

MELINDA HOUSTON Krysten Ritter as Jessica Jones brings a rich combination of talent to the lead role in this new addition to the Netflix stable.

TV highlights

Limitless is perfect Sunday evening entertainment.

MELINDA HOUSTON Highlights from the television listings for Sunday, November 22.

What's on: Monday, November 23

The X Factor finale - over two nights - gives the talented contestants ample opportunity to shine.

MELINDA HOUSTON It's tools down for the last time on The Block - with an understandable mixture of satisfaction and relief apparent all round.

Chicago Fire, Hitting Home and Empire

Taraji P. Henson, left, Jussie Smollett and Bryshere Y. Gray in the My Bad Parts episode of Empire.

MELINDA HOUSTON Everything has changed at the firehouse in Chicago Fire, but it doesn't take long for the series to resume its usual course.

Top TV viewing on Wednesday, November 25

The head of Domestic Violence NSW, Moo Baulch.

MELINDA HOUSTON Interviews and documentaries make the cut.


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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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