There's something about Hugh Jackman that makes you suspect he would have been a success on the big screen no matter which cinematic era he was born into. His lithe physicality and fine comic timing would have served him well in the silent era; his good looks and debonair charm would have fit right in with the Douglas Fairbanks and Cary Grants of classical Hollywood; his roguish charisma and natural compassion would not have gone amiss in the gritty realism of the 60s and 70s; and there's no doubting he has the muscles to have gone toe-to-toe with the Arnies, Slys and Jean-Claudes of the 80s and 90s.
Iranian-Australian Pariya has found her perfect match in Macedonian migrant, Viktor. Pariya's mother is expecting a full Persian wedding for her only child, and Viktor is keen to oblige. As the couple start to organise the ostentatious, blingy wedding, Pariya, sick of Victor not helping, hands the whole thing over to her betrothed. He must now keep his exacting fiancee and emotional mother-in-law happy, and not break any Iranian traditions along the way. When Australia legalised same-sex marriages in December 2017, pagan druid David and his Jewish partner Darren rushed to set a date. They are having a legal wedding that incorporates both of their religions. The ceremony is in two distinct halves, and sparks fly when both want control over the day.
When Aussie plasterer Scott fell head over heels in love with Ethiopian nanny Eskii, he had no idea how complicated planning their wedding would be. Eskii's parents are insisting she includes as many traditional Ethiopian elements as possible. She's pushed to breaking point trying to keep her family happy whilst making sure Scott feels included in his own wedding. Meanwhile, Greek Australian George always thought he'd marry a Greek girl in an Orthodox Church. Things changed when he met a Malaysian Indian doctor, Ranmeet, a Sikh who dreams of a traditional wedding in a Sikh temple. They understand each other's desire for a religious wedding, so they've found a unique solution - two weddings in two countries! Only glitch - Ranmeet must convert to Greek Orthodox and George must take on a new Sikh name.
The Stars of the Silver Screen team of Ian Nathan, Bonnie Greer, Derek Malcolm, Neil Norman and Stephen Armstrong meet to select their favourite Christmas movies of all time. Gathering for a Christmas lunch these legendary film critics and writers discuss the merits of 20 films from Bill Murray's star turn in Scrooged, the James Stewart classic, It's a Wonderful Life, Ingmar Bergman's Fanny and Alexander to Bruce Willis' memorable Die Hard. All will be revealed this Christmas.
Celebrating legendary music show, host Dylan Lewis takes us through the best performances, those awkward interviews and the most random, hilarious moments of the show.
In the season final, Wil Anderson, Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft reveal industry secrets in advertising, follow influencers, and watch every ad so you don't have to.
Bill Oddie is the bearded one that a generation of us grew up watching on the anarchic comedy, The Goodies. Julia travels in a classic MG with Bill, tracing his childhood in Birmingham in the UK.
Adam, Alan, and Myf are back to celebrate Australian music for AusMusic month. Joining them are Missy Higgins, Brian Mannix, Nina Oyama, Rove McManus, and more. Includes a special tribute to Richard Gill and Jim Keays.
It's a whole new world as Disney takes on Netflix in the streaming wars. A Pitch to double or halve the population. And Australia Post delivers Christmas cheer. Joining Wil are Todd, Russel, Claire Salvetti and Kirsty Muddle.
Join Annabel Crabb and co-host Waleed Aly for a live special that will reveal the issues Aussies are actually talking about.
The ever-genial and disarming Louis Theroux investigates the elite world of well-heeled American hunters who pay top dollar for the ultimate luxury adventure experience: a chance to shoot big game in Africa. Lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, hippos, even rhinos are up for grabs for those with the right kind of money. Along the way, Louis meets the mum bringing her seven-year-old along so he can bag his own springbok, the CEO intent on bringing home the head of a hippopotamus and the evangelical hunting guide who compiles videos of his most spectacular kills and preaches a macho do-or-die gospel of self-actualisation through hunting.
The Focus On Ability Film Festival is a short film festival that is aimed at raising awareness of the abilities of people with a disability, with participants from all over the globe competing for over $160,000 worth of cash and prizes. Films must be a maximum of five minutes' duration and carry the theme of focusing on the ability of people with a disability. 2019 saw a total of 244 entries, including 104 school entrants and 61 international films from across 26 countries.
How pizza and robots equal money, a taxi campaign that puts the rank in taxi rank, the selling of Australia's worst serial killer and privacy vs oversharing on The Pitch. Wil is joined by Todd, Russel, Christina Aventi and Dee Madigan.
It's easy being green, according to brands. What campaigns are making a difference and what's just greenwashing? Plus, the fallout from #philausophy, wage theft and the Pitch takes on gambling. Wil is joined by Todd, Russel, Nitsa Lotus and Emily Taylor.
Without the help of their smartphones, 11 diverse teams must use their problem solving and orienteering skills to overcome challenges and defeat their opposition. Hosted by television's loveable loose cannon Beau Ryan, 22 Aussie hopefuls will tackle trains, planes and camels as they ping-pong across the world in pursuit of the $250,000 cash prize. Their journey begins in Seoul, South Korea.
Examine Australia's answer to Judge Judy and the reality court show genre, when shock jock Kyle Sandilands steps in to mediate the disputes and injustices the court system couldn't (or wouldn't) handle. Criminal lawyer and former Bachelor contender Anna Heinrich is on hand to assist, and both plaintiffs and defendants have agreed to adhere to Sandilands' judgments. (Coarse language.)
A convicted drug smuggler returns to Australia for the first time since his arrest 15 years ago. A man's false declaration could have devastating consequences for Australia's biosecurity.
The Goggleboxers share their thoughts on the week's TV highlights.
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