The patriotism reaches a crescendo in this episode of the documentary series charting 2000 years of British history. Entitled "War and Peace", it looks at the world wars from a shamelessly British perspective. Don't expect a mention of Gallipoli.
Let's just state the obvious, the Brownlow is really all about the frocks.
Tonight Dr Lisa deals with a young bulldog bitch with severe breathing problems. The solution: an operation to remove part of her soft palate and a spot of rhinoplasty to open the airways. Having been there and had that done, I feel for the poor thing.
Joan Rivers, the comedian who died more than two weeks ago, is impressed with the design of the new iPhone 6, according to her official social media channels.
Long-circulating rumours about a Microsoft buyout of Mojang — developer of the indie game juggernaut Minecraft — have proven true, with both companies confirming the $US2.5 billion deal.
When a world-class facial plastic surgeon tells you someone has had "work" you'd better believe it.
The crime writer believes women understand the mechanics of fear because they're brought up being told the world is a dangerous place.
There has never been a partnership on Australian television that has lasted as long, nor been as passionate.
Footy-star cameos and a fast turnaround are par for the course on an innovative webseries being filmed in Fitzroy.
Nick Earl's approachable prose and his knack for the comedy of embarrassment belie his willingness to dig deep into contemporary malaise.