Dick Gross Derryn Hinch is as mad as hell. I am talking mad as in furious – seriously furious.
Warwick McFadyen So, the secret is out. It was a robot that played the decisive metallic hand in the Russian Revolution.
Barney Zwartz When can we say someone is dead enough to offer life?
David Dale A repeat of New Tricks was the only non-sporting TV watched in large numbers on Saturday night. Here's now Australia viewed in the week ending August 11.
David Dale Audiences for week ending June 2: The Block's on top, Randling should be swapped with Newstopia, and the AFL states weren't allowed to see Pirates of the Caribbean.
David Dale It was the week when Lara Bingle could not make the top 40, and it's all downhill from here.
Fran Rimrod When the clichés are rolled out, it's the drug-running bikers, the hooded teen and the break-and-entering junkie we're told not to trust.
David Dale Bye-bye to The Voice, and to Nine's chances of winning the year. How we watched Pay TV and free TV in the week ending June 23.
David Dale Anybody watching Death in Paradise? We watched it because we thought it starred Rob Brydon (of The Trip fame), but it turns out to be a lookalike called Roy Miler, and so far DiP seems a bit lame.
David Dale The Shire, Channel Ten’s new “dramality” series about bogans in Cronulla, has split the nation. Results for week ending July 21, including Pay TV.
David Dale Why did millions wilfully shorten their lives by sticking with old media? Downton Abbey, The X-Factor, Paper Giants, The Block, Underbelly, The Big Bang Theory ...
David Dale When a network chooses Friday night to schedule new episodes of a once-successful US series, clearly that network thinks the show has jumped the shark. Look at how the new House performed on Friday.
David Dale Car racing and posh rugby. Just when you hoped programming could return to normal, the networks found more sport to clutter their schedules.
David Dale THE DIFFERENCE between what amuses and outrages Australians and what amuses and outrages Americans was on brutal display this week.
drielly The old man stands smiling on the sand in front of the Australian-owned, luxury beachfront bar Ku De Ta. He is hunched forward from the weight of a sack on his shoulder. A rusty machete hangs from ...
David Dale Monroe and Doctor Who have sunk to embarrassingly low audience levels, but they might recover once the biffo and aerial pingpong is out of the way.
David Dale On Friday, SBS explained the orgasm, but Australians preferred the footy. It just shows we've got our priorities right. And anyway, the orgasm was a repeat -- had one, had 'em all.
David Dale What Australians watched, including Pay TV, in the week ending September 3.
David Dale A bunch of amateur cooks, builders and singers go to England to help an aristocratic family turn a dilapidated mansion into a grand hotel, but criminals try to stop them (rated MA for nudity,...
David Dale What Ausralia watched, including Pay TV, in the week ending August 27.