For five decades, Laurie Oakes has reported the machinations of Australian political life - and he's still just as fascinated by what goes on in the corridors of power.
Michael Idato There is something glacial and unchanging about US television's second-oldest surviving daytime soap opera.
Michael Idato Melissa Benoist talks comic books, costumes and taking flght as Supergirl.
Philippe Hawker Monster Fest is a cult movie event that casts its net wide, with guests ranging from Black Caesar star Fred Williamson to Butch "Eddie Munster" Patrick
Amy Croffey She was tipped as the favourite from the very beginning, so it was no big surprise that the late Steve Irwin's daughter Bindi won the US version of Dancing with the Stars on Tuesday night in Los Angeles.
Garry Maddox A new Australian film about gambling addiction in sport – how it can devastate the lives of former star players – has started rolling out in festival screenings.
Sarah Thomas When Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens on December 17, the Hayden Orpheum won't be alone in launching the biggest movie of the year with a midnight screening.
Philippa Hawker Love the Coopers is a movie about the festive season, but it isn't exactly what you'd call a Christmas cracker.
Bhakthi Puvanenthiran Twitter has turned very nasty for a conservative American commentator and comedian.
More programming from the ABC about domestic violence, but Call Me Dad takes the unusual step of examining the perpetrators of such violence: men.
See Me Hear Me Art Exhibition Launch 2015
Senior Constable Genelle Warne is putting her feet to the pedal to raise awareness about violence against women.