Category: Video

Bargearse’s Real Voice

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 …

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Mike Moore Goes Mental As

Frontline’s Mike Moore makes a rare appearance for Mental Health Week.

Utopia Arriving

Working Dog’s latest TV venture is around the corner.

Frontline on YouTube

Moore, Vandenberg and Di Stasio .. and Elliot Rhodes – get their own official YouTube channel.

The Late Show on YouTube

The Late Show now has YouTube!

Happy 20th Anniversary Frontline

Monday May 9, 1994 – the cathode ray tube of your 34 cm colour TV turns on and you fiddle with your rabbit ears antenna to view Channel 2 at 8 o’clock at night. The reason? After The Late Show chalked and wrapped up its second season in late 1993, The team that was The D-Generation …

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UMOYT: Tony Martin on Famous with Luis

Saturday Night Is The Loneliest Night

Milking the anniversary one more time, today 20 years ago marked the final ever episode of The Late Show, After a two year, 40 episode run, The D-Generation team called it quits. And how else could they wrap up the show? With Mick Molloy finally getting the Season 2 Musical Closer/finale correctly by getting “The Lanky Yankee” Don Lane …

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Have You Been Paying Attention?

Very little has been revealed about this, as you can tell by the teaser video. A news based comedy quiz panel show hosted by Tom Gleisner. Begins 7pm Sunday November 3 on Channel 10. What can we expect? We’ll just have to wait and see…

Audrey’s Utopia

The fine folk at Working Dog have been busy people of late. While in 2013 had their previous television innings of Santo, Sam and Ed’s Sports Fever! and repeats of The Hollowmen and Audrey’s Kitchen, the announcement of a new political satire has come to fruition. The Sydney Morning Herald’s Michael Idato reports of an eight part comedy …

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