News Corp to stop printing more than 100 regional titles. The move to digital will cost hundreds of jobs and leave communities without a physical newspaper. Financial commentator Harry Dent gets airtime with dire predictions about Australian house prices despite them never being realised. We call out a lack of disclosure by the Science Show in its "Climate Grief" series on ABC Radio National.
Nine News' story on Palm Island residents labelled "racist", "appalling" and distorted. Media need to be more cautious when reporting news of coronavirus COVID-19 vaccine "breakthroughs". Channel Seven blame a "production error" for their failure to disclose Big W's paid advertorial.
After 35 years on air, Alan Jones quits breakfast radio. The broadcaster says it's on doctor's orders but a devastating advertising boycott helped seal his fate. Bauer Media Group sack staff and "hibernate" titles as it takes ownership of a series of popular Australian magazines. The Australian apologises to the commissioner of the Ruby Princess inquiry after calling it a "tax-payer funded show trial".
Set in 1980s Nottingham, social worker Margaret Humphreys holds the British government accountable for child migration schemes and reunites the children involved - now adults living mostly in Australia - with their parents in Britain. Based on the book Margaret Humphreys book Empty Cradles.
The survival guide we need right now: a lifestyle show for a world where nobody has a life. Beloved national treasure Ray Martin joins Australia's best comedians to share advice on living your best life in the coronavirus COVID-19 era.
Victor Fleming was born in California, in 1889. Joined MGM in the 1930s and directed some of the studio's most prestigious films. Red Dust (1932) and Bombshell (1933 showcasing Jean Harlow, while Captains Courageous (1937) brought a touch of literary distinction to boy's-own adventure stories. His two most famous films came in 1939, with The Wizard of Oz and Gone with the Wind, which he won the Academy Award for Best Director. His last film Joan of Arc (1948) with Ingrid Bergman, received seven Oscar nominations, winning two.