Category: TV

Panasonic barcodes: saving your Saturdays

Were you out of the house on the night of Saturday, October 3, 1992? (Why weren’t you home watching The Late Show!) Those with the latest Panasonic VCRs needn’t have worried. In the late 80s and early 90s, programming your VCR could prove to be quite a hassle, Panasonic claimed. That’s why it really pushed …

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Flashback: TV Hits Readers’ Poll, March 1994

Ah, the mid-90s. When penpals were still a thing, everyone under 20 knew who Colour Me Badd was and Bruce Samazan had not yet entered the world of real estate. Oh, and there was one other Australian ’90s phenomenon: The Late Show. Indeed, after two successful seasons, the ABC sketch comedy show had become so …

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HYBPA? and Russell Coight Return in 2018

Have You Been Paying Attention and Russell Coight are returning for 2018.

Working Dog’s 2017 Logie Night Of Nights

Logies galore for the Working Dog team.

DVD Review: Stop Laughing… This Is Serious

Get to the bottom of Australia’s funny-bone with this six part ABC documentary, out now.

Stop Laughing… Judith’s Serious

The next documentary episode covers women in Australian comedy.

Russell Coight and HYBPA return for 2017

Australia’s most favourite Coight is returning to the picture wireless.

Bargearse and The Olden Days Go Digital

We must’ve been dreamin’ of donuts as this one snuck by us earlier in the year… so we’re going to tell you now. You owned it on VHS – you owned it on DVD – you even owned it illegally from a YouTube rip. Now you can own it legally on digital download. For a …

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Rob Sitch is Red Faced (Tribute to Thunderbirds)

Since late 2014, Daryl Somers has been releasing full archive episodes of Hey Hey It’s Saturday on HeyHey.TV – accessible via a paid subscription. In an upcoming release, episodes from 1984 and 1985 will be available – including an episode of the early days of The D-Generation, before they were actually D-Generation. The Melbourne Uni Revue, to be more …

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Archive: Tony Martin on The Today Show (2009)

Back in September 2009, Tony Martin was doing the rounds, promoting his new book A Nest Of Occasionals. To help promote his second book of grammatical wonder, he popped up on the Stefanovicator’s show Today on Channel 9, interviewed by Lisa Wilkinson. No short circuitry here.