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Dec 23, 2016

The media’s well-earned breaks

We hope you have Netflix, because there is very little media over the next month.

Myriam Robin — Media Reporter

Myriam Robin

Media Reporter

The last Four Corners of the year aired on November 21, and they’re not back till February 6. It’s the same story with much of the ABC’s Monday-night current affairs line-up — Australian Story, Media Watch and Q&A take the same, rather lengthy break.

The year’s last Insiders took place on December 4 — Barrie Cassidy and his guests return February 12. Foreign Correspondent last aired November 20. SBS’ Insight last aired November 15 — and its website says it’s back “early 2017”, whatever that means.

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2 thoughts on “The media’s well-earned breaks

  1. AR

    Crikey goofs off for a fortnight now and generally has a week around Ishtar so we really only get 49 weeks for our hard won $ub$cription$. Not good enough but nonetheless better than most else on offer.
    Spare a thought for the Poison Pen Wonkies which has now declined to an occasional spluttering outburst as

    1. John Hall

      A bit disappointed as a recent subscriber – been checking in every day for news & just realized you are on holiday too. Christmas Day & New Year I get but you are remiss if it’s going to be a week or more.

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