CEOs from six of Australia's bigest companies go on the ultimate undercover mission, working incognito in entry-level positions within their own organisations.
This week on Talking Heads, Peter Thompson talks to renowned theatre director Jim Sharman. Sharman is a visionary showman. Born into the surreal world of travelling sideshows, he soon learnt what held an audience. Later he put that knowledge to good use, with three rock musicals that won huge followings; Hair, Jesus Christ Superstar and The Rocky Horror Picture Show.
Tonight, one of the oldest players in Souths team, David Peachy (33), is celebrating a milestone - 250 first grade games - but Peachy and the team are finding the going tough.
Andrew's guest will be author Les Carlyon, and an intriguing interview with two people who have participated in a new concept from Sweden called 'Living Library'.
In this week's competition, sibling rivalry takes centre stage on Strictly Speaking as a talkative Year 12 student battles it out with his law student brother and a mining manager with a love of volcanoes.
This week on Talking Heads Peter Thompson's guest is a politician who's actually too embarrassed to take up his entitlement to fly business class. Nick Xenophon, the Independent Senator from Adelaide, routinely swaps his seat with another passenger and sits at the back of the plane. He's a shy man with a powerful urge to help people - victims, the disadvantaged and those without a voice.
This week on Talking Heads, Peter Thompson talks to the founder of Crikey.com.au - Aussie stirrer - Stephen Mayne. Mayne shook up the media, politics and business when he set up Crikey.com and promised to reveal stories that others wouldn't. His mix of fact, rumour and suspicion came from powerful insiders themselves, often writing anonymously.
South Sydney are on fire. Actor Russell Crowe and businessman Peter Holmes a Court have put their money where their mouths are, and for now, they are smiling like Cheshire cats. Russell Crowe convinced Errol Alcott, the conditioning coach for the Australian cricket team for 19 years, to join the Rabbitohs, and for the pre-season games he has the Rabbits fitter than they've ever been before.
Andrew talks to comedian and actor Billy Crystal.
Strictly Speaking is Australia's first public speaking TV contest. Tonight, a young mum from Adelaide who speaks on matters close to her heart, a country boy from WA obsessed with sports commentating and a tour guide who finds humour in adversity step into the spotlight on episode two of Strictly Speaking.
This week on Talking Heads Peter Thompson is joined by Anh Do, a refugee from Vietnam whose extraordinary drive and talent has taken him to the top as a comedian.
A great English icon visited an Aussie one when Stephen Fry came to the Sydney Opera House to discuss travel, language, the three W's (Wilde, Waugh and Wodehouse) and everything in between, in a 90 minute talk-fest. The night involved a cracking 45 minute chat by Fry and then a 45 minute Q&A with First Tuesday Book Club's Jennifer Byrne.
This week on Talking Heads Peter Thompson talks to Australia's new king of swing, David Campbell. After discovering his dad was Jimmy Barnes, Campbell grew up in the spotlight and experienced a difficult journey to find himself and his groove. But with his infectious energy he is now one of the hottest entertainers in Australia and has brought a new energy to classic songs of the '50 and '60s.
A documentary that looks at the theatre Wagner built at Bayreuth, the festival he inaugurated there in 1876, and how the legacy seems to have poisoned successive generations of his family.
Where can you get powerhouse performances from Australia's hottest Indigenous artists like Dan Sultan, Christine Anu, Archie Roach, Ali Mills, Frank Yamma and Bangarra Dance Theatre all in the one place? Easy - be watching SBS's broadcast of the 2010 Deadly Awards.
Clothes may not maketh the man, but wearing brand new, expensive Armani suits is certainly inspirational to a team used to battling for survival. Welcome to the "new South Sydney" and episode three of ABC TV's six-part observational reality series on Hollywood superstar Russell Crowe's and multi-millionaire businessman Peter Holmes a Court's bid to transform one of the foundation members of the National Rugby League.
Little Britain's David Walliams and Matt Lucas will be Andrew Denton's special guests in an interview recorded in London.
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