The BBC has banned all-male panels on its comedy TV shows. But what if women don't want to go on them? Perhaps there is another solution...
Today we're singing in Shirley Temple's memory. What tunes of hers are you humming along to? And what's your favourite Shirley Temple film?
Give it to us straight - what did you watch on telly last night? Who won the ratings at your place? Find out about the real ratings here...
He's the dissolute, lovable rogue that Australian viewers have taken into their hearts. RICHARD ROXBURGH talked to The Hoopla about being Cleaver Green.
MEREDITH JAFFE talks to an author who has a special connection to what many critics believe to be the greatest novel ever written.
What is the statute of limitations on paying for the sins of the fathers? Benedict Cumberbatch is facing some skeletons in his closet.
Should Hollywood shun Woody Allen because of unproven allegations? Adopted daughter Dylan Farrow has penned an open letter about alleged sexual abuse.
MEREDITH JAFFE reviews the week's best books, brings us the literary news, and interviews humorous adventure writer Kathryn Ledson.
The Great Gatsby - an American story made by Aussies - scooped the pool at the AACTA awards this week. What makes a film Australian?
Love live music but hate crowds? We bring you a range of great concerts, starting with an act that has endured since the 1970s.
Love live music but hate crowds? We bring you a range of great concerts, this week with Australian singer and songwriter Sia.
MEREDITH JAFFE talks to bestselling author Lisa Unger about creative inspiration and dinner with Stephen King. And reviews the latest books, of course!
We hear so much about the changing face of retail - this delightful period drama set in a department store could teach modern retailers a thing or two... (SP)
Love live music but hate crowds? We bring you a range of great concerts, this week with British singer and songwriter PJ Harvey.
US bookclubs love Australian books; Romance writers are looking for love in all the right places; and MEREDITH JAFFE shares what she loves in books this week.
From the tips of her tightly permed hair down to her sensible shoes, Emma Thompson wows AMY STOCKWELL who reviews delightful film Saving Mr Banks.
Do they look like rabid man-eating feminists to you? We love the Meryl Streep and Emma Thompson mutual admiration society...
Hillary Clinton and Julia Gillard have memoirs slated for 2014. What else will be big in books? MEREDITH JAFFE surveys the literary landscape that lies ahead
The Wolf of Wall Street has come under fire for glorifying the excesses of Wall Street. Should "true stories" tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth?
The holiday season is hard for TV addicts. AMY STOCKWELL ignores the small screen dross of summer and looks to the year ahead.