Thanks to Chad Lofts for searching through his VHS collection, this little wonder has surfaced on the internet. A day after the final episode of Frontline was screened on the ABC in 1997, Mike Moore‘s twin Rob Sitch is interviewed for The 7:30 Report by Kerry O’Brien, about how Frontline was developed. Warning: Contains skivvy-wearing.
Back in the day when Variety television was king, and time had passed just long enough for reunions and specials started to seep in for shows based in the 70s and 80s – The Don Lane Show is a prime example. In 1994, Channel 9 ran a special, hosted by the late Don Lane, who was …
Last night Andrew Denton’s stunt-double Tony Martin somehow managed to get on Santo Sam and Ed’s Total Football and talk about the topic he knows very little of – sport. Donned in the Wellington Phoenix uniform, Tony joined the desk with Santo Cilauro, Sam Pang and Ed Kavalee and managed to join in on the conversation …
The lovable second season woman Judith Lucy is back with her new TV show on the ABC. Judith Lucy Is All Woman – a six part series that looks into the progress of the female species of the last 50 years – airs Wednesday February 11. Post by ABC TV. Dovetail: Fan favourite Shaun Micallef‘s show Mad As …
Just when you can’t get enough of great Australian comedy with DVD boxsets, iTunes downloads and legal streaming on YouTube, the good folks at the ABC have released “Binge on the Best” on iView. Working Dog’s satirical classic Frontline‘s three seasons are now on full display for free on iView to entertain you over Christmas and …
As soon as you see this donut-loving, beer-drinking face, we recognise him as Detective Sergeant Bargearse. Or in other cases, the police officer known as Bluey, played by the late Lucky Grills in the 1970s. For the ones who weren’t born in the 70s and had never seen the Crawfords Production that originally screened, we …