And so it’s down to ten ladies left.
If there's one profession we could do with more of onscreen, it's lawyers. Isn't it about time TV producers explored the world of the law, and the passions and personal lives of those practising it? Off the top of my head, I can only think of about 6000 shows about lawyers, so it's definitely fertile and unexplored territory.
Breaking Bad fans starved for a glimpse of their favourite characters can take heart - Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul are back together for a new TV project. Well, sort of.
Having knocked over Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn, the British documentary maker Phil Grabsky here goes looking for the great Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin.
Fine jewels, art and ceramics among items on offer in debut Sydney auction.
Model turned designer Jodhi Meares has pleaded guilty in a Sydney court to a high-range drink-driving charge.
British comedian John Oliver has once again applied his own brand of analysis to the world's current affairs, this time dissecting the conflict in Ferguson, MIssouri.
Fans will be aware that one of Avatar director James Cameron's great passions is deep-sea diving. Even before Titanic, there was The Abyss, in which a group of Navy SEALS found extra-terrestrial life lurking miles down on the ocean floor.
For a little-known Australian director, the chance to work with legendary Hollywood filmmaker James Cameron came in a phone call out of the blue.
As a hymn to male bonding, and an exploration of the comic possibilities of what happens when a turd hits a water slide, The Inbetweeners 2 is a precisely crafted, assured piece of work.
When council meets tonight to determine the future of the historic stables on Farquhar Street, Barbara Waters will ...
One hundred and thirty one years ago, on August 26, 1883 the Upper Manning Presbyterian Church became an ...
HYPNOTIST Steven Spellmaster is coming to the Wingham Golf Club this September.
Major Carl Guy OAM (Retd) recalled his experiences in the Vietnam War during his commemoration address at Taree's ...
A REQUEST to demolish the front section of the stable building next to the Australian Hotel will be discussed by ...
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