The ratings race remains close, with figures showing minimal change in the air.
Alan Kohler's segment is safe, Sheridan Smith steals BAFTA limelight and more.
In New York they draped feather boas from crystal chandeliers at The Plaza hotel, in Cannes they sipped Moet under an art-deco dome overlooking the Cote d'Azur, but it was in Sydney that Baz Luhrmann really let his hair down.
Following Russian 'super spies' disguised as regular Americans, The Americans looks great and has intriguing possibilities.
After promoting The Great Gatsby in New York and Cannes, Baz Luhrmann looked tired launching the movie in Australia this week. And while he ''could not be happier'' with how the movie has opened around the world, the director admits to being particularly proud of one achievement. While F. Scott Fitzgerald is now regarded as a great author, he was so ignored in the years before his death in 1940 that he would buy copies of his own books just to have a few sales. Luhrmann says that in the week the movie opened in the US, The Great Gatsby sold more copies than in Fitzgerald's entire lifetime.
Whether in the Caribbean or deep space, Danny John-Jules believes chemistry is key.
It's time public broadcasters were left to make the shows audiences so clearly want to watch.
Two editors vie for the supremacy of their titles in Paper Giants: Magazine Wars.
Another fantastically and weirdly entertaining Eurovision Song Contest final! It had it all!
Faltering new reality renovation show House Rules feels overtly familiar.