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Fans say #SaveWentworth amid rumours Foxtel has axed popular series

Fans say #SaveWentworth amid rumours Foxtel has axed popular series

Just weeks after it snatched three Logies wins, the popular TV drama's future is unclear.

  • by Robert Moran

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Greg Thomson suspended for swearing at guests at charity event
Charity

Greg Thomson suspended for swearing at guests at charity event

Greg Thomson says he has nothing to apologise for.

Sami Shah says the ABC sent him to a speech therapist
Radio

Sami Shah says the ABC sent him to a speech therapist

The comedian and broadcaster says he still thinks it's "insane" for someone with his accent to be on Australian radio. 

  • by Broede Carmody
Networking: Comic-Con revs up for a Marvel and Star Wars-free convention

Networking: Comic-Con revs up for a Marvel and Star Wars-free convention

Aden Young returns to Australia to film US drama Reckoning.

  • by Michael Idato
Eleven questions for Noni Hazlehurst

Eleven questions for Noni Hazlehurst

There's a reason she's called a living legend.

  • by Ben Pobjie
60 Minutes taken to task for 'undignified' autism segment
Autism

60 Minutes taken to task for 'undignified' autism segment

The peak body for people on the autism spectrum has criticised 60 Minutes for showing confronting footage of an autistic boy acting violently towards his mother.

  • by Benjamin Millar
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What's on TV: Sunday, July 22

What's on TV: Sunday, July 22

We bid farewell to Gold Logie winner Grant Denyer with the Family Feud finale.

What's on TV: Saturday, July 21

What's on TV: Saturday, July 21

You can't help but want to hang out with travel host Joanna Lumley.

What's on TV: Friday, July 20

What's on TV: Friday, July 20

Take a trip across the rail networks of the Balkans with Chris Tarrant.

Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America? proves satire is not dead
First review
Streaming

Sacha Baron Cohen's Who Is America? proves satire is not dead

The series unfurls before your ever-widening eyes.

  • by Michael Idato
TV picks, Friday, July 20

TV picks, Friday, July 20

Deadlock, King of the Road, Hotel Transylvania

  • by Bridget McManus