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.
Emma and Andrew make craft peg owls to help hang out the washing, use a cleaning caddy to clean Little Ted's house, and cook up cheesy scrambled eggs in the kitchen. Through the windows we have good clean fun washing windows.
Wally and his friends sing a song about the letters of the alphabet. They have a word for each letter - can you think of any other words that start with the same letters or sounds?
The classic novel featured in this episode of The Book Club is Wake in Fright by Kenneth Cook. Jennifer Byrne and guests discuss their varying opinions on this Aussie horror classic set in the outback.
Test your knowledge of Spike Jonze's adaptation of Maurice Sendak's 1963 popular picture book Where the Wild Things Are.
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