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Networking: All the news from the television industry, Feb 8

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MICHAEL IDATO 12:15am The family of Crocodile Hunter, the late Steve Irwin, are being parachuted into the reality series I'm a Celebrity ... Get Me out of Here.

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Helen Dallimore pleads guilty to cultural stereotyping in Here Come the Habibs

Helen Dallimore says she is looking forward to offending rich suburban matrons with her portrayal of Olivia O'Neil in <i>Here Come the Habibs</i>.

David Dale Helen Dallimore tells David Dale she pleads guilty to stirring up antagonism against a cultural minority in Here Come the Habibs.

Ex-Neighbours actor Bella Heathcote lands role in Fifty Shades Darker

Bella Heathcote has landed a role in <i>Fifty Shades Darker</i>, the second instalment of E.L. James' trilogy.

ANDREW TAYLOR Bella Heathcote joins the long list of Neighbours alumni who have landed plum roles in Hollywood.

Orange Is the New Black's Piper Kerman on the trouble with prison

<i>Orange Is the New Black</i> author Piper Kerman on the set of the show.

Jenny Valentish The protagonist of Orange is the New Black comes to Sydney to discuss the problem with prisons and the privilege of memoir writing.

Lunch with TV producer Ian Collie: Jack Irish, the return of Rake and his fears for Oz film

Television producer Ian Collie.

PAUL KALINA As Jack Irish returns to the screen, the brilliance continues behind the scenes.

Molly in Molly

Five things we can learn about Molly Meldrum from Seven's biopic Molly with Samuel Johnson

Samuel Johnson, as Molly, said he has not been cast in any role since he walked off the set of <i>Molly</i> almost a year ago.

KARL QUINN Seven has kept tight wraps on its mini-series Molly. But a sneak look at the first episode reveals some intriguing things about its subject.

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We Was Robbed

HG Nelson back on radio with sports show We Was Robbed with new partner Chris Taylor

Greig Pickhaver is finally back on the airwaves every Saturday.

Danielle McGrane The veteran commentator will be back on the air every Saturday morning co-hosting a sports show with a difference.

Lisa Wilkinson and Clive Palmer clash over Queensland Nickel

Clive Palmer

Clive Palmer and Lisa Wilkinson have clashed in a fiery interview as the television host verbally pummelled the federal MP and mine owner.

What's on TV Friday: The Doctor Blake Mysteries

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BEN POBJIE Those of us who were diehard Craig McLachlan fans in the 1980s could be a little surprised by the trajectory his career has taken: especially the fact it's a trajectory that involves him still having a career in 2016. Back when he was running around Ramsay Street naked and singing on the back of a truck, we had grave doubts about the long-term viability of his particular artistic niche. And yet here we are, with Season Four of The Doctor Blake Mysteries (ABC1, 8.30pm) hitting screens in the show's usual modest, unfussy way and chugging along quite nicely.

Former Friends star Matt LeBlanc to be Top Gear co-presenter

Matt LeBlanc, Chris Evans and cult figure 'The Stig'.

Katie Rogers Britain's BBC said Matt LeBlanc, former star of 1990s US hit comedy "Friends", will join the new presenting line-up for its popular motoring show Top Gear when it returns in May.

What's on

Jack Irish is back on the mystery trail

Guy Pearce is Jack Irish in the TV adaptation of Peter Temple's books.

MELINDA HOUSTON Show of the week It's a very welcome return to Jack, Harry, Charlie, and the Fitzroy Youth Club.

TV sides: The Good Wife returns to where it left off

The Good Wife is subtle and consistently excellent.

MELINDA HOUSTON The makers of The Good Wife understand that less is more.

Pay TV: Melinda Houston's picks for this week

Stephen Rea plays Inspector Bucket in Dickensian.

MELINDA HOUSTON This police procedural drama set in Victorian London features a range of Charles Dickens' characters.

TV previews, February 7: Doc Martin, Ching's Chinese New Year and Modern Family

Doc Martin is back again and his love life is as up and down as usual.

MELINDA HOUSTON Doc Martin returns tonight as pleasantly acerbic and quirky as ever.

TV previews, February 8: CSI: Cyber, Australia's Got Talent and The Feed

Australia's Got Talent is chaotic fun.

MELINDA HOUSTON Not even the combined presence of Ted Danson and Patricia Arquette can raise this series out of the mire.

NCIS: LA provides polished, easy-viewing prime-time fare


MELINDA HOUSTON While the lights of NCIS are slowly dimming, NCIS: LA glows ever brighter.

Julianna Margulies delivers a tour de force in return of The Good Wife

Madam Secretary,  8.30pm, Ten.

MELINDA HOUSTON Alicia's evolution over seven seasons of The Good Wife has been one of its myriad pleasures.

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