In most circles, declaring that you dislike the film Love Actually is akin to declaring you think Stalin had some progressive policies.
A 16-year-old living on Melbourne's outskirts has grabbed worldwide attention with a plan to name a massive new planet Gallifrey, after Doctor Who's long-lost home.
Don't tell anyone, but I've previously only seen about 20 minutes of The IT Crowd, the British sitcom that built a dedicated fan base.
It won't just be City Hall on display at the 7th annual Asia Pacific Screen Awards on Thursday night.
Diseases that will make your skin crawl - or at least cause it severe irritation - has this week's batch of patients running for cover.
ABC 702 has stormed home in the final radio ratings survey of the year with a two-point overall increase in audience share to 11 points, and a 2.6-point lift in the breakfast slot for outgoing presenter Adam Spencer.
In a three-way battle of the FM breakfast titans, the last man standing, Eddie McGuire, has come out on top.
Mix 94.5 has managed to hold tight to its No. 1 ranking in the final radio survey results of the year.
Competition on the airwaves for a share of the cricket audience will begin sooner than first thought, with Fairfax Radio Network now set to broadcast the third Ashes Test in Perth.
Wake Up executive producer Adam Boland has revealed the depths of the breakdown and depression that struck him after he launched the Ten breakfast show last month.
A year through the lens of chief photographer Barry Smith