Josh Lawson wants Australians to watch better movies and have better sex.
The opening shot of Canberra in The Code last night will have had Ian Hill and his tourism marketing team at VisitCanberra cheering.
Written on Sunday, filmed on Monday, broadcast on Tuesday: that's the recipe for an innovative web comedy series that aims to take on the world.
It's 20 years since Monica, Chandler, Rachel, Ross, Joey and Phoebe captivated a generation of viewers. To mark the milestone, here are 20 great episodes from one of TV's best-loved sitcoms.
Let's just state the obvious, the Brownlow is really all about the frocks.
One of the most iconic female superheroes of all time, Supergirl, is set to soar in her own television series.
The Simpsons is a show for intelligent kids and their humanist parents. Family Guy is a show for sex-obsessed 17-year-old boys and cynical seniors.
The patriotism reaches a crescendo in this episode of the documentary series charting 2000 years of British history. Entitled "War and Peace", it looks at the world wars from a shamelessly British perspective. Don't expect a mention of Gallipoli.
Tonight Dr Lisa deals with a young bulldog bitch with severe breathing problems. The solution: an operation to remove part of her soft palate and a spot of rhinoplasty to open the airways. Having been there and had that done, I feel for the poor thing.
When a world-class facial plastic surgeon tells you someone has had "work" you'd better believe it.