• AACTA Industry Awards

    AACTA Industry Awards
    Claire Hooper hosts this year’s AACTA craft awards. 6.30pm Friday on Foxtel Arts.Better Homes & Gardens
    Gardening Australia
    Nancy Drew
  • Rhonda Burchmore “disappointed” over Carols cast

    Rhonda Burchmore “disappointed” over Carols cast
    I’m very disappointed that despite celebrating 40 years in the industry, I’ve been overlooked to perform at Carols by Candlelight once again. I’ve been part of the family for decades and I looked forward to bringing joy to families around 😘https://t.co/328VggvLZy
    — Rhonda Burchmore (@rhondaburchmore) November 25, 2020Showbiz doyenne Rhonda Burchmore has taken to Twitter to express her disappointment at not making the roll-call for Carols by Candlelight this year.
  • 10 years producing Sunrise

    10 years producing Sunrise
    Congratulations to our boss @MichaelPell who is marking 10 years as the Executive Producer of Sunrise 🎉 pic.twitter.com/qVx7LulzoI
    — Sunrise (@sunriseon7) November 25, 2020Executive Producer Michael Pell was rewarded with a cake on Sunrise this morning to mark 10 years producing the show.
    It’s not an easy feat in the unrelenting world of breakfast television, but the Seven show is still leading the pack.
    “It’s been the thrill and the joy of my life,” he told
  • On Pointe: trailer

    On Pointe: trailer
    Disney+ has released a trailer for arts documentary series On Pointe.
    The 6 part series on the School of American Ballet hails from Executive Producers Brian Grazer and Ron Howard.
    “On Pointe” captures a season in New York City’s world renowned School of American Ballet (SAB). Featuring unprecedented access to one of the top youth ballet institutions in the world, the series follows the lives of the students ages 8 to 18 pursuing their dreams to become ballet dancers. While ol
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  • Tom Gleeson to host AACTAs

    Tom Gleeson to host AACTAs
    Tom Gleeson will host the Television section (evening) of the 2020 AACTA Awards next Monday, with Rove McManus and comedian Susie Youssef to host the film section (afternoon).
    The awards are split in two this year to comply with COVID restrictions.
    “I’m very pleased to be hosting the AACTA Awards for achievement in television,” said Gleeson. “Having said that, I once hosted an awards night for convenience stores and handed out a trophy for best bread display. So clearly
  • FOX Sports remembers Maradona

    FOX Sports remembers Maradona
    FOX Sports will celebrate the remarkable life of Diego Maradona with special tribute programming today.
    Widely regarded as the greatest football players of all time, captaining Argentina to victory in the 1986 World Cup, leading Napoli in Italy’s Serie A championship to the club’s first ever win in 1986/87 and one of two joint winners of the FIFA Player of the 20th Century Award.
    Beginning today at 1.30pm AEDT on FOX Sports 505 with a 30 minute special ‘Remembering Maradona&rs
  • ABC questioned on diversity.. but wait there’s more…

    ABC questioned on diversity.. but wait there’s more…
    ABC has copped some criticism for an Upfronts slate yesterday that was apparently lacking diversity.
    On social media even ex-Foreign Correspondent reporter Sophie McNeill drew attention to an image that was circulating. That has since led to media reports on the issue.
    It's disappointing that my beloved @abcnews & @ABCTV has still such a long way to go to ensure the network accurately reflects the Australian population #diversity #whatdiversity pic.twitter.com/xvjxCfSOcr
    — Sophie McNe
  • ARIAS broadcast leaves out full In Memoriam

    ARIAS broadcast leaves out full In Memoriam
    The ARIA Awards was forced to pivot to an unusual broadcast this year with a mix of performers at the Star Event Centre and most in virtual acceptance speeches.
    In addition to wins by Amy Shark, Tame Impala, Lime Cordiale and Archie Roach, there was a fab tribute to Helen Reddy which stole the show.
    In an on-air summary Richard Wilkins acknowledged 5 names of performers we had lost in the past year: Max Merritt, Don Burrows, Bones Hillman, Greedy Smith & Helen Reddy.
    But the broadcast opted
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  • Filming underway on The Newsreader

    Filming underway on The Newsreader
    Filming is currently underway in Melbourne on the six-part drama series The Newsreader, described as a story of a grand, unconventional relationship in a world on the cusp of change.
    Produced by Werner Film Productions (Riot, Dance Academy) and created by Michael Lucas (Five Bedrooms, Offspring), The Newsreader is set in the maelstrom of a commercial television newsroom in 1986.
    Starring Anna Torv (Mindhunter, Secret City, Fringe) as Helen Norville, a notoriously difficult star anchor determine
  • Four Corners fact checks The Crown

    Four Corners fact checks The Crown
    (1/4) Hey @netflix 👋. Huge fan. While we’re loving the fact that you’ve featured us in @TheCrownNetflix, we’re in the business of facts and there are a few things we want to clear up. pic.twitter.com/1eIWKVXAKG
    — 4corners (@4corners) November 25, 2020Four Corners has taken to social media to clarify a dramatisation in The Crown, which recreates an interview Bob Hawke gave in 1983.
    In the Netflix series, Hawke (Richard Roxburgh) answered a question on Australia bec
  • The Graham Norton Show: Nov 29

    The Graham Norton Show: Nov 29
    Guests on Sunday’s Graham Norton Show are Mariah Carey, Tim Peake, Nadya Hussain, Richard Osman and Gary Barlow.
    Deck the halls with boughs of Mariah, because Graham Norton has a festive treat for us all this Sunday night.
    The talk show king invites the self-confessed “Queen of Christmas” to chew the fat (we presume low calorie, organic and at a perfectly controlled temperature) about her new holiday extravaganza, Mariah Carey’s Magical Christmas Special.
    Not to be upsta
  • ARIAs low as industry acknowledges tough year

    ARIAs low as industry acknowledges tough year
    At 2+ hours the ARIA Awards rarely draws a big crowd but last night’s 287,000 was well down on 2019’s 417,000.
    Hard Quiz led its slot at 670,000 then 7:30 (631,000), Highway Patrol (461,000), Jamie’s Easy Meals For Every Day (311,000 / 262,000) and the ARIA Awards (287,000).
    Gruen was the top entertainment show at 678,000. Reputation Rehab (381,000), Britain’s Got Talent wrapped at 244,000 then Bull (191,000 / 147,000) and The Great Train Robbery (144,000)
  • Wednesday 25 November 2020

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  • 2019 / 2020 Drama Report

    2019 / 2020 Drama Report
    This year’s annual Drama Report from Screen Australia provides an insight into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Australian screen industry, which resulted in the near total shutdown of large-scale drama production in March 2020, and continues to present significant challenges for production and the wider sector both in Australia and internationally.
    $991 million total Australian expenditure – 18% down on last year’s spend and below the 5-year average, lar
  • Jo Porter appointed managing director for Playmaker

    Jo Porter appointed managing director for Playmaker
    Jo Porter, currently Fremantle Australia’s director of scripted, has been appointed managing director of Playmaker Media by Sony Pictures Television.
    She replaces co-founders David Maher and David Taylor who announced in July that they would be stepping down from the company behind House Husbands, Bloom, The Commons, Friday on My Mind, Love Child, The Wrong Girl and The Code.
    Porter has led the scripted department at Fremantle for 8 years overseeing Wentworth, Picnic At Hanging Rock, Oliv
  • “Mum loved a party.”

    “Mum loved a party.”
    Family, friends and showbiz colleagues paid tribute to TV legend Jeanne Little in a 2 hr. memorial yesterday.
    The 100 person event was held at the Mike Walsh-owned Hayden Orpheum theatre in Cremorne. Walsh did not speak but sent a video of Jeanne Little singing on the show that had made her an accidental star.
    Craig Bennett regaled her colourful career, before memories from Mark Trevorrow, Wendy Harmer, Christine Dunstan, videos from Mike Williams, Patti Newton and messages from John Frost, Den
  • ARIAs: I Am Woman

    ARIAs: I Am Woman
    The ARIA Awards finished with a helluva showstopper last night, a sensational tribute to the late, great Helen Reddy.
    Amongst those on stage were Marcia Hines, Kate Ceberano, Christine Anu, Jessica Mauboy, Tones & I, Delta Goodrem, Montaigne, The McClymonts, Amy Shark, Emma Wiggle joined by a video wall chorus of Missy Higgins, Kate Miller-Heidke, Samantha Jade, Dami Im.
    I Am Woman was introduced by Julia Gillard, in an inspired tribute to the song that defined women’s liberation.
  • Australian Open faces delay

    Australian Open faces delay
    The Australian Open is staring down a delay of one or two weeks in 2021, potentially starting on January 25 or February 1st due to COVID restrictions.
    Talks have been underway between talks between the Victorian government, health officials and Tennis Australia.
    “There’s a number of potential dates on the table. I’ve seen reports that suggest that it’s likely to be delayed by a week or two. I think that’s still most likely,” Victorian sports and tourism minis
  • Is classic Heartbreak High rerun a hint to reboot?

    Is classic Heartbreak High rerun a hint to reboot?
    Tomorrow Netflix will drop all episodes of classic Aussie drama Heartbreak High, which ran from 1994 – 1999.
    That’s 7 seasons all up featuring the likes of Alex Dimitriades, Callan Mulvey, Lara Cox, Doris Younane, Salvatore Coco, Abi Tucker, Ada Nicodemou, Jeremy Lindsay Taylor, Tony Martin, Kym Wilson, Ivar Kants, Jan Adele, Peta Toppano and more.
    On the surface it’s a surprising move from the streaming platform to go so retro…. but as TV Tonight recently reported a re
  • UK drama update: Line of Duty, Guilt

    UK drama update: Line of Duty, Guilt
    The sixth instalment of UK crime thriller Line of Duty – which resumed filming at the end of August – wrapped this week in Northern Ireland.
    Kelly Macdonald feautures asas Detective Chief Inspector Joanne Davidson, the senior investigating officer on an unsolved murder case whose unconventional conduct attracts the attention of AC-12.
    Showrunner Jed Mercurio says: “Thanks so much to our brilliant cast and crew who applied rigorous Covid safety measures to deliver Line of Duty
  • Airdate: The Royals Revealed

    Airdate: The Royals Revealed
    New 8 part documentary The Royals Revealed, co-commissioned by 10 and Channel 5, begins next week.
    The series will take viewers on a journey through all aspects of the British monarchy, past and present.
    “The British Monarchy is an endlessly fascinating subject, evidenced by the success we’ve had so far on Channel 5 with our other royal strands. Being able to provide a fresh angle on some of the best-known royal events and sagas is something we know will appeal to our audience,&rdqu
  • Weatherman’s car stolen during live cross

    Weatherman’s car stolen during live cross
    You just can’t make this stuff up….
    Nine News weather presenter Luke Bradnam had his ute stolen from Cavill Avenue at Surfers Paradise as he was finishing reading the weather on the  Gold Coast last night.
    “I finished the weather and I’m taking out my ear piece and look over and my car is reversing up. I actually started laughing – I thought it was a mate having a goof,” he told the Gold Coast Bulletin.
    “But then I could see how aggressively it wa
  • Airdate: folklore: the long pond studio sessions

    Airdate: folklore: the long pond studio sessions
    Taylor Swift music special folklore: the long pond studio sessions screens on Disney+ from tonight.
    Taylor Swift, Aaron Dessner (The National), Jack Antonoff (Bleachers) and Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) created an album that crossed genres — a musical journey that allows us to cry and laugh, and during these trying times, makes us feel like we’re not quite so alone. They recorded “folklore” thousands of miles apart from each other and had never been in the same room together
  • Upfronts 2021: ABC

    Upfronts 2021: ABC
    ABC Comedy to rebrand as ABC TV Plus
    Q&A, Back Roads, Foreign Correspondent move to Thursdays.
    Total Control, Harrow, Jack Irish return.
    New local dramas: The Newsreader, Wakefield, Fires
    Spicks & Specks new season, Frayed, Superwog return.
    New comedies: Fisk, Preppers, Aftertaste
    Old People’s Home For 4-Year-Olds, Love On The Spectrum
    New Factuals / Docos: Women in Parliament, Back to Nature, Strong Women.
    Arts: Finding the Archibald, Going Country, new book show with Claudia
  • Upfronts 2021: ABC: live blog

    Upfronts 2021: ABC: live blog
    Live blog: ABC Upfronts are now being revealed virtually to media and production partners.
    As this presentation proceeds you can just hit refresh for more info.
    We can't wait to connect with you in 2021. #ABCyours pic.twitter.com/TQQAphp0Rk
    — abctv (@ABCTV) November 25, 2020After a short wait things begin with  ABC stars saying “See you in 2021”
    The Set is back, Frayed, Wakefield, Guy Pearce, Justine Clarke, Rachel Griffiths
    Acknowledgement of country, elders past present
  • Better Homes & Gardens: Nov 27

    Better Homes & Gardens: Nov 27
    The final Better Homes & Gardens for 2020 is a Christmas special.
    Johanna + Dr Harry + Charlie + Tara + Ed + James + Pete – Christmas At BalmoralIt may seem like a lifetime ago now, but the year began with some of the worst bushfires in recent history. For those affected, these fires are impossible to forget: with lives and homes lost and communities forever changed. This is especially true for Balmoral, a small village in the Southern Highlands of NSW with a population of a little ov
  • “I will dig deep”: Johnny Ruffo reveals cancer return

    “I will dig deep”: Johnny Ruffo reveals cancer return
    Australian singer, songwriter and actor Johnny Ruffo has revealed his brain cancer has returned.
    Former Home and Away actor and X Factor singer Johnny Ruffo has revealed his brain cancer has returned.
    He shared the devastating news on social media, adding “f*** cancer”.
    “After an unexpected week of seizures and excruciating headaches it is with a heavy heart that I have to let you know I now have another huge battle ahead of me as my brain cancer has returned,” he wrote.
  • The Expanse confirms final season

    The Expanse confirms final season
    Amazon Studios today confirmed a sixth and final season of The Expanse, ahead of the fifth season.
    Andrew Kosove and Broderick Johnson, Co-CEOs and Co-Founders of Alcon Television Group, and Executive Producers of The Expanse, said: “From the moment we committed to bringing this show to life up until this final season, we have worked tirelessly to honour the vision of the writers. We have prided ourselves on having one of the most diverse casts on television and giving a platform to stori
  • KidScreen Awards 2021: nominees

    KidScreen Awards 2021: nominees
    ABC kids titles Bluey, First Day and The Strange Chores have been nominated at the KidScreen Awards.
    ABC KIDS is always in the running for Channel of the Year.
    Best New Series“Helpsters” (Apple, Sesame Workshop)“Madagascar: A Little Wild” (DreamWorks Animation)“The Not-Too-Late Show with Elmo” (Sesame Workshop, HBO Max)
    Best Animated Series“Bluey” (Ludo Studio, BBC Studios, ABC Australia, Screen Queensland, Screen Australia)“H
  • SBS World Movies: summer highlights

    SBS World Movies: summer highlights
    SBS World Movies has released a list of summer cinema highlights, with critically-acclaimed titles and stars such as Nicole Kidman, Brad Pitt, Kate Winslet, Russell Crowe, Lupita Nyong’o, Javier Bardem, Timothy Chalamet, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Jessica Chastain and Michael Fassbender among others.
    These are branded under umbrellas “Summer of Discovery” and “Weekly Collections” encouraging you to  rediscover why you fell in love with film.
    Premieres are in bold:
  • Paul Murray Live: Nov 25

    Paul Murray Live: Nov 25
    Tonight, the final stop of 2020 Paul Murray Live Our Town broadcasts live from Darwin,
    Murray will showcase the COVID-19 recovery efforts in Darwin and hopes for an uptick in domestic tourism over the coming holiday season. The program will also celebrate all that this city has to offer, and encourage people – where they can – to visit.
    He will be speaking to local business owners, tourism operators and council members during the special episode while Kate Ceberano will also perform
  • Seven wraps SAS Australia with a win

    Seven wraps SAS Australia with a win
    Last night Seven capped off a promising first season by SAS Australia. Meanwhile 10’s lack of a lead-in undermined a fast-tracked new season of NCIS.
    SAS Australia topped entertainment & the demos at 737,000 viewers.
    That bettered 7:30 (610,000), Outback Ringer (382,000), RBT (361,000), Ambulance Australia (270,000) and Great British Railway Journeys (215,000).
    Later Australian Crime Stories was 344,000 then Wayne (333,000), NCIS (280,000 / 234,000), SAS: UK (250,000) and Addicted Aus
  • Tuesday 24 November 2020

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  • 4 finish SAS Australia …but only 3 given pass

    4 finish SAS Australia …but only 3 given pass
    Four celebrities made it to the end of the SAS Australia course -but only three were deemed to have passed by instructor Ant Middleton: Nick Cummins, Merrick Watts and Sabrina Frederick.
    Swimmer James Magnussen was cut seconds from the end, being told it “just wasn’t enough” despite enduring two weeks of brutal physical and psychological training.
    Rally car driver Molly Taylor also quit after a punishing Hunter Force challenge, with recruits held captive and subjected to painf
  • MasterChef, Love on the Spectrum nominated in Real Screen Awards

    MasterChef, Love on the Spectrum nominated in Real Screen Awards
    MasterChef Australia and Love on the Spectrum have both been nominated in the 2021 Real Screen Awards.
    The awards recognise the best in unscripted and non-fiction programming from around the world across 21 genre-specific categories.
    MasterChef Australia is nominated for the Lifestyle Competition category against Nailed It! Holiday!, Making It and Beat Bobby Flay while Love on the Spectrum is up for DocuReality against Jay Leno’s Garage, Cheer and Taken At Birth.
    Eureka Productions are al
  • ABC to assess complaint over Horrible Histories

    ABC to assess complaint over Horrible Histories
    Complaints over a 2015 Horrible Histories episode on ABC will be assessed by ABC’s Audience and Consumer Affairs division.
    The British-produced series features an “eighth century” mock version of I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, tucker trials.
    Last week a Season 6 episode featured an actor of Chinese-Scottish background dressed as Chinese Empress Wu Zetian in the 7th Century AD. After explaining that Empress Wu murdered a lot of people to take power, the two hosts ask
  • Vale: Sandy Harbutt

    Vale: Sandy Harbutt
    Aussie actor Sandy Harbutt, best known for writing, directing & producing 1974 biker movie Stone, has died, aged 79.
    He died on Saturday in Wollongong hospital according to friends on social media.
    Harbutt got the idea for Stone in 1970 when he wrote a script for an episode of The Long Arm . In the low budget film he played Undertaker, a Vietnam war veteran and leader of the GraveDiggers. The film starred Ken Shorter and featured Rebecca Gilling, Bill Hunter and Helen Morse. Several of the
  • Reputation Rehab: Nov 25

    Reputation Rehab: Nov 25
    Tonight on Reputation Rehab, a generational divide is addressed.
    2020: where the expression ‘OK Boomer’ isn’t just accepted, it’s been upsized so that the phrase Die Boomer is now in common parlance. Kirsten and Zoe find ground zero of boomer-shame, meet the NZ MP who catapulted the phrase ‘OK Boomer’ into the spotlight and try to heal the generational divide once and for all.Boomers don’t just have a reputation crisis- the whole generation is a punchlin
  • WBBL finals on 7mate

    WBBL finals on 7mate
    Seven screens the WBBL Finals coverage from tonight, with the commentary team including Lisa Sthalekar, Julia Price, Mel Jones, Michael Slater, Trent Copeland and host Abbey Gelmi.
    Head of Network Sport, Lewis Martin, said: “The WBBL has underlined yet again that it is hands down the best T20 tournament in women’s cricket.
    “Australians have been highly engaged with WBBL 06, with the season reaching 999,000 people every week and 2.6 million people nationally. It’s been an
  • Undoing portrait reveals Hugh & Nicole

    Undoing portrait reveals Hugh & Nicole
    A Binge portrait of Nicole Kidman on Darlinghurst’s Top of the Town apartment building to promote The Undoing has now transformed into a Hugh Grant & Kidman portrait.
    The massive 18.4 x 36.8 metre (680sqm) paintings are the largest of their kind in the Southern Hemisphere, hand painted taking 500 hours to complete over 17 days. Artists from Apparition Media are Hamish McBride, Laura Paige, Kailin Hegel, Jacqui Butterworth, Aly Barnard, Matt Mcenally, Meg Hardie, Meg Hales, Michael Igl
  • 2020 ARIA Awards

    2020 ARIA Awards
    Delta Goodrem hosts an adjusted event with a tribute to Helen Reddy, plus Archie Roach into the Hall of Fame. 7:30pm Wednesday on Nine.Gruen
    Hard Quiz
    Britain’s Got Talent
  • A Perfect Planet: preview

    A Perfect Planet: preview
    The BBC has released a preview of A Perfect Planet, the upcoming series by David Attenborough which will air on Nine in 2021.
    Sir David Attenborough said: “This year perhaps more than ever, people are finding comfort and solace in the natural world. Whilst we may not be able to travel, we can take a few moments to enjoy our wonderful and diverse planet in this incredible footage.”
    Series Producer Huw Cordey revealed that as the UK went into lockdown earlier this year, his team had t
  • Airdate: Changing Our Nation

    Airdate: Changing Our Nation
    Next month SKY News will screen a special on students enrolled in the Australian Indigenous Education Foundation scholarship program, Changing Our Nation.
    Host Yvonne Sampson, said: “It was such a privilege to meet these amazing young people. Their determination and commitment is so inspiring. I can’t wait for our viewers to hear their stories and see for themselves why the work being done by the Foundation is so important.”
    Andrew Penfold, AIEF Executive Director said: &ldquo
  • Oops. Seven News on Nine.

    Oops. Seven News on Nine.
    Seven News presenter Mark Ferguson and reporter Chris Reason made a ‘guest appearance’ on Nine News last night.
    Spotted on a screen from the latter’s new North Sydney home was a live Seven News bulletin.
    While all networks invariably keep an eye on the opposition, it’s not exactly what you want viewers to be seeing.
  • Young Rock confirms Queensland production details

    Young Rock confirms Queensland production details
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    Filming has been underway in Queensland on US series Young Rock for some time but further production details have now been confirmed.
    The NBC series focuses on different chapters of superstar footballer / actor Dwayne Johnson’s life. From growing up in a strong and resilient family, to being surrounded by the wild characters of his professional wrestling family, to playing football at the University of Miami. The show will explore the crazy rollercoaster that has shaped Dw
  • Returning: Driving Test

    Returning: Driving Test
    Unaired episodes of observational series Driving Test, filmed in 2017, will screen in double eps on Nine next week.
    The series was filmed in Darwin where, uniquely, a driving instructor also doubles as a driving tester.
    The series was last aired in 2018.
    Set in the Top End, Darwin provides the scenic backdrop for Driving Test, which takes viewers on a unique ride with 60 Northern Territory hopefuls eager to reach their goal of independence and freedom by getting that all-important licence. 
  • “See you soon mum”

    “See you soon mum”
    Today's Queensland border decision is major news for thousands of Australians, including over very own @AngelaCox7NEWS who can now travel to be by her beloved mum Larelle's side which she battles cancer 💙
    More on this: https://t.co/VtmZSGXtcp pic.twitter.com/OskTqefoaK
    — The Morning Show (@morningshowon7) November 24, 2020With Queensland reopening the border to Sydney it’s an emotional time for many, including for on-camera folk.
    On The Morning Show, Angela Cox fought back te
  • Neighbours wins UK soap awards

    Neighbours wins UK soap awards
    Neighbours has been recognised with two awards in the UK’s Inside Soap awards winning Best Daytime Soap as well as Stefan Dennis named Best Daytime star for resident baddie Paul Robinson.
    The honours are particularly gratifying because the judging includes the series’ 35th Anniversary special episodes as well as stories filmed during COVID.
    Neighbours was widely recognised worldwide for finding a working drama model to remain filming, formulated by Jason Herbison (Executive Producer
  • Jeopardy! moves to guest hosts

    Jeopardy! moves to guest hosts
    US quiz champion Ken Jennings will be the first of several guest hosts on Jeopardy! following the death of enduring host Alex Trebek, aged 80.
    Production is due to resume in the US at the end of the month.
    Jennings earlier this year claimed the title of Jeopardy!’s “Greatest of All Time” winning 74 consecutive games and $2,520,700 in prizes (is that the trophy?).
    Producer Sony Pictures Television said that a permanent host has not been named, and other hosts have not yet been
  • iview: That Pacific Sports Show

    iview: That Pacific Sports Show
    A new 30-minute television sports show celebrating the achievements of Pacific Island athletes across the world launches on  iview tomorrow.
    The series which examines the big sporting issues of the week and talks to the sporting world’s most iconic Pacific personalities will also screen internationally through ABC’s regional platform ABC Australia.
    That Pacific Sports Show is a 30-minute sports panel and magazine program produced for Pacific audiences, hosted by NSW State of Or

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