I've not critiqued The Bold and The Beautiful (Ten, 4.30pm) before: not because I have any doubt as to its status as a major cultural touchstone of our age, but because, so far out of prime time, it's easy for the average viewer to ignore the vital contribution it continues to make to civilisation after all these years. But Wednesday is a rather special occasion in B&B's history, and so it seems fit we cast an eye.
From guest programming Rage to raging debate about certain films, a look back at some unforgettable moments from a long partnership.
Sitting down to record At The Movies in the ABC’s Ultimo studios on Tuesday afternoon, Margaret Pomeranz knew things were different.
It's the right time for them to go, but replacing the hosts of At The Movies will be tricky - so hard that the ABC isn't even going to try.
The death of Casey Braxton on Home and Away sent viewers into a fit of anger and sadness on social media last night.
Yes, he has found love and yes, it's with someone on the show, but Blake Garvey said there has been a lot more happening behind the scenes of The Bachelor Australia than many fans realise.
Will Ferrell will play villain Mugatu in the sequel of Ben Stiller's comedy Zoolander.
The Doctor deals with loneliness and nightmares in episode four of season 8.
Ah, James Rees - that's Giggle to the under-fives - making morning TV viewing a little easier on the eyes for harried mums.
Obsession with weight, sneaky competitiveness, suspicion when a fellow competitor compliments you. It's Next Top Model.