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Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries logoMiss Fisher's Murder Mysteries is a 13 part TV series based on the crime novels of Australian author Kerry Greenwood.

Moby Dick (2010)

Moby Dick (2010) logoThe epic story of the blue sea, the white whale and a dark soul.

Myf Warhurst's Nice

Myf Warhurst's Nice logoMyf Warhurst’s Nice takes viewers on a cultural crusade to explore some of Myf’s favourite things from her youth in music, food, fashion, photography, art and design. It’s a show that embraces cultural icons of the past and takes a closer look at what moulds us and leaves an impression to make us what we are today - the stuff you'd find in your own living room rather than in a gallery or museum. It's a celebration of all the things that are just, well...‘nice’. Over six themed episodes, Myf explores everything from the awkward family portrait to the humble dim sim, to questionable fashion choices and an unhealthy obsession with cheesy love duets.

Outland

Outland logoJoin openly gay but closeted geeks, Toby, Rae, Andy, Fab and Max as their lives, loves and never-ending dramas play out with hilarious consequences. Outland is a show about belonging, no matter who you are, and how everyone searches to find a place to fit in.
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Paper Giants: Magazine Wars

Paper Giants: Magazine Wars logoPaper Giants: Magazine Wars is the story of the Golden Years of the glossies, of the 'battle' waged by Nene King (Mandy McElhinney) and Dulcie Boling (Rachel Griffiths) from the rival Packer and Murdoch empires to make their publication the number one seller in Australia. Both women were supremely talented. All stops were pulled out to sell their magazines. 'Camilla-gate', 'Squidgy-gate', the Fergie toe sucking photos - no story was off limits. The boundaries of journalism were stretched like never before. Filled with humour, tragedy and outrageous tactics, Paper Giants: Magazine Wars charts the rise of cheque-book journalism in Australia from 1987-97; the age of celebrity power and Princess Di; of the paparazzi and AIDS; of media moguls, and two remarkable women who helped make them.

Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo

Paper Giants: The Birth of Cleo logoIn 1972, two ambitious, young upstarts, Ita Buttrose and Kerry Packer, created Cleo, a bold and naughty magazine that became one of the most dramatic sensations in Australian publishing history.

Planet America

Planet America logoIn the lead-up to the 2012 US Presidential Election, The Chaser's Chas Licciardello teams up with ABC News Radio's John Barron to follow and analyse the race to the White House.

Problems

Problems logoThe show is Problems and it’s led by Sam Simmons, the undisputed master of suburban absurdity. This bald man with a questionable moustache has spent the last ten years crafting award-winning comedy, going from a cult hero on triple j to an international superstar. Whether it’s wrapping his head in ham, serenading stuffed owls, or disco dancing in his own specially designed bread shoes, Sam Simmons is one of the most thrilling live performers in the comedy arena. He is an evangelical advocate for bringing ‘silly’ back to comedy.

Q and A

Q and A logoQ&A puts punters, pollies and pundits together in the studio to thrash out the hot issues of the week. It's about democracy in action - on Q&A the audience gets to ask the questions. It doesn't matter who you are, or where you're from - everyone can have a go and take it up to our politicians and opinion makers. Energetic and opinionated - Q&A brings Australia's egalitarian and larrikin spirit into the studio. Q&A is about encouraging people to engage with politics and society. Q&A is hosted by one of the ABC's most respected journalists - Tony Jones. Q&A is live to air - it's happening as viewers watch.

Q&A

Q&A logoQ&A is an Australian television program, similar to Question Time on the BBC, which is broadcast on ABC1 hosted by award-winning news journalist Tony Jones. The program generally features a panel of five public figures, usually including politicians from each of the major federal parties (Labor and Liberal) as well as minor party politicians, media personalities and celebrities, answering questions provided by viewers and the studio audience.
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