News report from the ABC about Chas’ court appearance over the whole Bulldogs thing.
Jana Wendt’s final seeya on today’s Sunday program. The show is being retooled and the new “chattier”, Weekend Sunrise’d version will be hosted by Ellen Fanning and Ross Greenwood (neither of whom I recall ever being that interesting).
So, has Eddie done anything to help the image of Nine since becoming boss?
This weeks lesson: moral judgement
What i respect about Today Tonight is how host Naomi Robson stays above it all, this woman is the essence of neutral detachment
Channel Seven must have Naomi so well protected from public scrutiny, she’s never mentioned on other Seven shows, and how come the Chaser haven’t been able to “run into her” anywhere? Surely they must have tried.
Spent the weekend before last in Sydney, and caught these Seven idents, you can forget there is a whole world outside of Prime sometimes. Another one below.
Julian Morrows brief appearance on Sixty Minutes last night caught me completely by surprise (what surprised me even more was that I was watching Sixty Minutes), so I didnt get a chance to record it.
I did however have some warning that Chris and Craig were going to be on Sunrise and recorded the whole thing this morning. They talk about Chris earlier scripted appearance on Sunrise, and of course the DVD thats just come out of the first half of the current season of the Chasers War.
I’m a relative new comer to Top Gear, I’ve only been watching it for about a year, but it has blown my mind, and my love for it has nothing to do with cars…
There are three major reasons I watch the show, and for each of the reasons I have a catalyst point. The first reason is the phenomenal style and production that the segments are shot in, my first introduction to this was when Clarkson drove a Land Rover Discovery up a mountain in Scotland. My second reason for watching the show is the drama of the races, the first one of these I saw in full, and probably the reason I started to religiously watch the show is airing next week on SBS, and its the race to Oslo, with Clarkson in a Mercedes, and May and Hammond in a boat, so don’t miss it.
(And the third reason? I’ll get to that soon.)
Its always exciting to see an Australian show on primetime in a different country (how often does it even happen outside of oceania?), and these Kath and Kim promos running on BBC Two at the moment are very cool.