It's all about family - broken, beat-up, messed-up families just like ours - for Chuck Lorre, creator of Big Bang Theory and Two and a Half Men.
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Thirty seasons in, viewers are still flocking to see a bunch of castaways try to outwit and outlast each other.
'Lifelong coward' Lawrence Leung cleans up the streets in Maximum Choppage.
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James Stewart reckons Hiding is a cross between Breaking Bad, The Sopranos and The Wire.
It’s Bonfire Night in Ballarat and the community gather for the fireworks.
What would British television do without the 1940s and ’50s?
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One in three US soldiers returning from Iraq have PTSD which can lead to crime and prison.
Discovered in 1943 by coincidence, this powerful molecule has changed how we think.
As black clouds blanket the United States, it’s man against nature, and man against man.
Tony Squires I want to tell you that Beauty and the Geek Australia (Seven, 8.30pm) is unwatchable tripe. But it's not. It's funny, sweet, brilliantly shot and edited and offers the viewer exactly what they want: a feeling of superiority.
Tony Squires No surprises that Toni Collette has morphed into Washington surgeon Dr Ellen Sanders in Hostages (Nine, 8.30pm) without missing a beat. That's the kind of actor she is.
Tony Squires The roaring '20s were the home of ''free-wheeling flappers, boot-leg booze'' and the Inventions that Shook the World.