Tag: Working Dog

Oct 11

Mike Moore Goes Mental As

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

Jul 23

Utopia Arriving

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

Jul 07

The Late Show on YouTube

The Late Show now has YouTube!

Mar 15

Behind The Audience Part 2 – Santo Sam and Ed’s Total Football

We check out behind the scenes of this funny sports show and go one-on-one with Santo Cilauro, who reveals a few things from the past.

Mar 11

Behind The Audience Part 1 – Have You Been Paying Attention?

What’s better than seeing 22 minutes of screen time? Seeing nearly 2 hours of it in real time.

Nov 04

HYBPA Episode 1 Recap

The somewhat quietly promoted Have You Been Paying Attention? made its debut on Sunday at 7pm on Channel 10, with host Tom Gleisner looking comfortable and ready for business. A simple yet colourful studio setup with five contestants: 1/3 of Santo Sam & Ed Ed Kavalee, Jane Kennedy, radio personalities Troy Kinne and Rachel Corbett, and the other 1/3 of Santo Sam & Ed Sam …

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Mar 10

Pictures Of You Double

Here’s one for the Pictures Of You fans out there. The recently new Working Dog show that was broadcasted on Channel 7 in 2012 is heading to the stage at the 2013 Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Hosted by Brian Nankervis, who also hosted the TV show, will bring various and popular comedians to the stage, to talk …

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Feb 28

More Jane For Your Sunday

It’s a Jane Kennedy Sunday in your weekend newspaper.

Dec 12

The Castle Now on Blu-Ray

Today (12/12/12) marks the release of Working Dog‘s first effort onto the silver screen, everyone’s favourite Aussie film, The Castle on Blu-Ray.  Just a couple of days out from it’s official 15 year anniversary of release, after the original transition to DVD years ago, and a ‘re-mastered and replastered’ DVD re-release, the cherished film that …

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Sep 17

Top or Frontbottom?

Top and Bottom lists that rank the topic of discussion can be entertaining and compelling at the same time. While there are no thorough and correct answers (unless a registered survey or census has been performed), many listings are usually done by matter of opinion, and with the odd listener / reader / viewer interaction. …

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