According to EPG’s for next Sunday May 12, The Block Sky High will premiere at 6.30pm that night. Continue reading »
Leonardo DiCaprio is one of Hollywood’s heavyweights, successfully evolving from a child star, over a career that has already spanned two decades. In Baz Luhrmann’s adaptation of The Great Gatsby, he plays the title role of Jay Gatsby, a handsome social climber, trying to win the heart of a married woman. Baz and Leo first teamed up 17 years ago when Luhrmann gave DiCaprio a big break, casting him in the lead role of Romeo + Juliet. Now they’re at it again and Allison Langdon has just spent time with Leo ahead of The Great Gatsby’s world premiere. Continue reading »
Sunday April 14
6.30pm – The Voice
8.00pm – 60 Minutes
9.00pm – The Mentalist (new) Continue reading »
We’re still 6 months out from election day, but if the polls are to be believed, Tony Abbott is destined to be elected Australia’s 28th Prime Minister. After coming so close three years ago, the “new Tony” is determined to win this time, and is going to great lengths to convince us he’s a changed man. Even his gay sister is speaking out, to endorse the new and improved Tony Abbott – a 21st Century man who can admit the mistakes of his past. And while blood runs thicker than water it’s still a hard act for her to sell.
By the way – love the gay pride scrubs! Continue reading »
Mention the name Clive Palmer and everything that comes to mind is BIG. Big money. Big ideas. Big opinions. One of Australia’s richest men – he’s also one of the most outspoken. But what he loves even more than a good stoush – is a grand idea. His latest is titanic. Titanic Two. To be precise. You see, he’s building an updated, near-perfect, replica of the legendary luxury cruiseliner that sank 100 years ago. Clive doesn’t know what it will cost and in typical Clive style, he doesn’t seem to care.
Reporter: Ray Martin Continue reading »
With the third Cricket Test being held in WA, Nine’s coverage eats into prime time for most of the country resulting in several split market variations on Nine for the week. This is the first week of summer as well.
Sydney and Melbourne (AEDT time zone):
Sunday Dec 2
6.30pm – Third Test – Australia v South Africa
8.30pm – 60 Minutes
9.30pm – The Mentalist
10.30pm - CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Continue reading »
A Father’s Fight
When Michael Roberts fell madly in love with a beautiful American woman, he never imagined his life would end up as strange and as chilling as any crime thriller. Theirs was a whirlwind online romance. Within weeks of meeting, Michael had packed his bags and moved halfway across the world. It proved a fatal mistake. Continue reading »
In the fourth last week of ratings for 2012, the season finale of House Husbands airs on Sunday night and Big Brother concludes on Wednesday night. New CSI returns to Thursday night, with two new episodes from 8.30pm. Continue reading »
The Hidden Epidemic
It’s hard to imagine anything more confounding: the idea that someone could deliberately hurt themselves over and over again. And all to make themselves feel better inside. It’s a hidden epidemic. And yet, doctors estimate at least two million Australians self-injure – usually by cutting into their own skin. Continue reading »