Mike is concerned that he is not being taken seriously as a journalist. But when Marty agrees to let him help out on a story, things don't quite work out as planned.
Mike is bored, but when Frontline suspect that someone is leaking their stories to another station, he springs into action.
When a Frontline cameraman tapes a savage bashing, the story is aired - with disastrous results.
Frontline attempts to boost their blue collar audience with Mike Moore taking on the unlikely role of a 'working class hero'.
The team are hot on the heels of a racist academic. Mike, just back from holidays, leads the charge.
Mike has trouble finding a date for the Logies, and to make things worse, people are constantly forgetting his name when he does get there.
Ratings are down and heads may roll at the Frontline office, but nothing gets in the way of the network promo.
Mike puts his job on the line when he is given an exclusive story that could incriminate some of the nation's most powerful businessmen.
Frontline's quest for ratings overrides the quest for the full story, with devastating results.
Mike spends the episode trying to raise his profile while Brooke gets into trouble for her hidden camera story.
Frontline transform a boring story about an under-recognised sportswomen into a hot story about lesbians in sport.
To gain journalistic credibility, Mike does a story in Bougainville on the civil war. In his absence, Brooke becomes the host.
Frontline make a name for themselves by talking to a gunman in the middle of a siege. This has disastrous effects when a couple of weeks later, Mike speaks to another gunman.
Frontline are accused of being sensationalist after they link two unrelated murders to a mythical serial killer.
Brian is so impressed by a good-looking female athlete that he hires her as a reporter.
There is a chequebook journalism battle over an Australian aid-worker who was found after five weeks in the Sahara Desert.
Mike, angered by accusations of being a lightweight, decides to editorialise. Such a decision sparks a rash of complications.
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