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Kat Stewart on her career and what she knows about men

Kat Stewart on her career and what she knows about men

Actor Kat Stewart chats about the men that have influenced her.

  • by Jane Rocca

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Ali Oetjen's Bachelorette finale least-watched to date
The Bachelorette

Ali Oetjen's Bachelorette finale least-watched to date

But Network Ten says it's unfair to compare her with the likes of Sophie Monk.

  • by Broede Carmody
'So happy': The Bachelorette's Ali and Taite confirm they're still together
The Bachelorette

'So happy': The Bachelorette's Ali and Taite confirm they're still together

Despite the many, many rumours to the contrary, Ali Oetjen and Taite Radley say they're madly in love.

  • by Genevieve Rota
Dicey Topics: Susan Carland talks religion, bodies and sex
Good Weekend

Dicey Topics: Susan Carland talks religion, bodies and sex

The 39-year-old writer, broadcaster and academic discusses the subjects we're told to keep private.

  • by Benjamin Law
My Brilliant Friend review: Faithful to Ferrante, but at snail's pace
Kitchen sink drama

My Brilliant Friend review: Faithful to Ferrante, but at snail's pace

The first book in Elena Ferrante's four-volume Neapolitan Novels series has been faithfully adapted in this lush but slow-moving eight-part series.

  • by Karl Quinn
'I'm so sorry': Ali breaks a heart and finds love in emotional finale
The Bachelorette

'I'm so sorry': Ali breaks a heart and finds love in emotional finale

Ali Oetjen took a big risk and put her heart on the line - and it's paid off.

  • by Genevieve Rota
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'Spectacular, inspiring, satisfying': Game of Thrones director reveals new hints about final season
Game of Thrones

'Spectacular, inspiring, satisfying': Game of Thrones director reveals new hints about final season

Director David Nutter has given fans a few teasers into the series' conclusion in a revealing Reddit AMA.

  • by Kelly Lawler
What's on TV: Friday, November 16

What's on TV: Friday, November 16

It was Yotam Ottolenghi who made me realise the border-crossing qualities of the falafel.

Review: Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin's new show, The Kominsky Method
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Review: Michael Douglas and Alan Arkin's new show, The Kominsky Method

Six new or returning shows to tune into this week.

  • by Brad Newsome
Green Guide letters: TV viewers bite back

Green Guide letters: TV viewers bite back

Four Corners revealed the secrets of how to (not) run the ABC.

Q&A with Nina Oyama, writer, director and performer The Angus Project

Q&A with Nina Oyama, writer, director and performer The Angus Project

Depression led Nina Oyama to a career in stand-up comedy.

  • by Ben Pobjie