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Next year is shaping up to be a year of celebration for ABC TV, with the national broadcaster marking 60 years since Michael Charlton first appeared on screens in 1956.

Indulge in a spot of armchair gardening and immerse yourself in Britain’s loveliest horticultural havens.

Hitting Home is an uncompromising two-part documentary which lays bare the reality of domestic violence.

Comedians visiting the US to make sly fun of the locals has become a genre all of its own.

There is a sigh before Martin Henderson steps up to answer the inevitable question: Is he the new McDreamy on Grey’s Anatomy?

Scorpion is ridiculous fun, with the geniuses having to combat a series of increasingly far-fetched problems.

Reality shows have helped revitalise Ten, so it was little surprise to see many of them at the network’s 2016 program launch in Sydney.

Fresh from a heli-fishing expedition in the Northern Territory, adventurer Matt Wright is keen to talk about the second season of Outback Wrangler.

The Block’s producers came under fire when contestant Suzi Taylor was hospitalised from exhaustion after collapsing on set last week but Perth’s Luke and Ebony Haythornthwaite have defended the …

Seven WA broadcasting students will launch their careers at some of the country’s top media organisations next year after Edith Cowan University yesterday announced the winners of coveted industry …

American TV network CBS has changed this week’s scheduled episodes of Supergirl and NCIS: Los Angeles because the plots are too similar to the terrorist attacks in Paris.

A big shake-up of the talent on some of Nine Network’s key programs is expected to bubble over to WA.

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