Mamma mia… it is Italian Week on MasterChef Australia and the remaining 18 contestants are being critiqued by the best in the business when they are joined by Godfather of Italian gastronomy, Antonio Carluccio. Hundreds of pizzas must be produced to feed the masses, and we learn how to make delicious and delicate pasta dishes from scratch. By the end of the week the top 15 will be revealed. Continue reading »
Live and free coverage of Wimbledon starts this Monday on 7TWO from 8.30pm AEST, switching later to Channel 7.
Tennis fans will see the best two matches exclusively live each day on 7TWO or Channel 7, along with plenty of other top matches, so viewers can be sure to see plenty of Aussies in action as well as the top seeds. Viewers will also be kept up to date with all the results and happenings around the courts. Continue reading »
New Jersey born Gandolfini began his career with small parts in films Crimson Tide and Get Shorty, recently he starred as director of the CIA in the Academy Award winning Zero Dark Thirty Continue reading »
In a one-hour TEN special event, hear the remarkable first-hand account of the raid that killed the world’s most wanted terrorist, from one of the US Navy SEALS who pulled the trigger.
Telling his story for the very first time on Australian television, Mark Owen – a former SEAL who was in the room when Osama bin Laden died – speaks to Scott Pelley in his only interview. Continue reading »
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Network ABC2 2.9%
Network ABC3 0.7%
Network ABC News 24 1.2%
Network ABC TTL 18.0% Continue reading »
Sunrise’s Melissa Doyle gives up mornings for night times.
June 20, 2013; Channel Seven today announced that Sunrise co-host Melissa Doyle will depart the program to front a new, prime time Network News initiative. Continue reading »
*Clarissa isn’t available for interviews so there will be no interview up with Ms Dodawec.
Bernard Chu’s Lolly Bag Cake was responsible for seeing opera singer Clarissa Dodawec eliminated tonight, in one of the hardest challenges ever seen in the MasterChef Australia kitchen. The seven-layer cake used Australia’s favourite lollies as inspiration for each layer and was deemed by the judges the hardest cake ever featured in the competition. Continue reading »
Tonight on Home & Away… Tam explains to Casey that she doesn’t know him. John is having a great time asking Jett & Marilyn to do things for him. Jett declares John is the worst patient ever and Roo is blaming Harvey as Leah, VJ and Irene walk back into the diner. Kyle advises Casey he shouldn’t be forcing things with Tam when she can’t remember anything and he agrees to give her some space. Sid tells Casey he can’t answer if Brax will be alright or not and advises him all they can do is wait. Tam is upset that she can’t remember what she feels for Casey as she can see what Casey feels for her. Continue reading »
Foxtel’s showcase channel will premiere the epic conclusion of the immensely popular Spartacus franchise, Spartacus: War of the Damned. Showcase subscribers will be able to catch the new series, in all its bloodthirsty glory, on Thursday July 11 at 9.30pm.
Following the death of Gaius Claudius Glaber, this new instalment in the Spartacus saga sees the rebel army swell to thousands of freed slaves. Continue reading »
Four of our Celebrity Apprentices are left in the boardroom, but who will win: Roxy Jacenko, Stephanie Rice, John Steffensen or Jeff Fenech?
In the final episode, the two teams are back at Don Bosco House. Two new teams lead by our final four Celebrities will compete for the final time in The Celebrity Apprentice 2013. Continue reading »