With the bouncing-in-his-seat earnestness of a Year 12 prefect, and the slow, carefully measured hand gestures for which he is famous, Kevin Rudd made his debut as an international television host.
Ellen Laughton Did you see a body? It only counts if you saw a body.
Neil McMahon The titans of commercial radio are taking a hit - and its coming from Triple J, the ABC's 'alternative' music station that is fast becoming mainstream.
Paul Kalina As boss of broadcaster SBS, Michael Ebeid has changed the mindset of those who work there and stimulated viewers with diverse and often confronting programming.
Michael Idato A palpable dread pervades The Walking Dead prequel and the uncannily true-to-life Utopia.
Lenny Ann Low Bill Bryson on not having a fancy phone, the differences between men and women and being played on the big screen by Robert Redford.
Nick Galvin Once the preserve of obsessed superfans, blow-by-blow retellings of popular shows have become a cultural phenomenon.
Various Reviews of gaming, free-to-air and DVD offerings.
Karl Quinn The band biopic is a little-explored sub-genre, but when they get it right it can be a beautiful thing.
Philippa Hawker The two stars of Holding The Man couldn't be happier about the timing of the film's release. In the midst of the debate on marriage equality, there's something highly topical in a movie about the intense, enduring love story of two young men.