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Kate Aubusson Veteran broadcaster Alan Jones became an unlikely champion of gay rights Wednesday morning, delivering a moving speech in support of legalising gay marriage on his breakfast radio show.
Sarah Thomas There are no Ronald Reagan masks and not much beach, but there is definitely a Bodhi and a Johnny Utah.
Andrew Taylor The ABC will close its online Arts Portal in 2016, shifting arts content to its web-based ABC iview service and News Online, and create a new division called ABC Regional.
Paul Byrnes Oscar Isaac pulled out of this movie just before shooting began and French star Vincent Cassel jumped into the lead role, so that may account for some of the film's shortcomings, although it's unlikely.
Scott Ellis Pope Francis, beloved leader of the Catholic world and a man who clearly has a lot of very important things going on in his life, has revealed one way he finds time to get those important things done - he hasn't watched television in nearly 25 years.
Jim Mitchell Is it a comedy? Is it a drama? These are questions quite likely to be asked upon watching Babylon.
Ebony Bowden The screenwriter behind car crash film Grace of Monaco has revealed disastrous in-fighting and set walk-offs while live-tweeting the film's US television debut.
Garry Maddox News from around the Australian film industry with Garry Maddox.
Sarah Thomas Arnie is back. And this time it's as Conan with a sequel to the 1982 action film on the cards.