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Rundle: sat among ewoks, imbibing the Clintonian delirium of Star Wars

Rundle: sat among ewoks, imbibing the Clintonian delirium of Star Wars

Guy Rundle December 14, 2017 2 Comments

People say it's the best of the Star Wars films for decades. It was by turns stirring and as ropey as an old Doctor Who episode.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

Glenn Dyer December 14, 2017

Another night of tired, barely watched offerings.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

Glenn Dyer December 13, 2017

The relative success of a Seinfeld re-run tells you everything you need to know.

Why poet Omar Musa signed up to help write Romper Stomper reboot

Why poet Omar Musa signed up to help write Romper Stomper reboot

Crikey December 13, 2017

The question of how to faithfully represent neo-Nazis without condoning them is familiar to poet, rapper, author and now television writer Omar Musa.

One of the best Clarke and Dawe interviews since 1989

One of the best Clarke and Dawe interviews since 1989

Crikey December 11, 2017

A Pleasure To Be Here is a collection of the best Clarke and Dawe interviews from 1989 to 2017. Published posthumously under John Clarke’s name, the anthology includes numerous well-remembered classics, as well as some forgotten gems — this beauty among them. Here, Clarke plays a bellicose Jeff Kennett, then-premier of Victoria, bragging about his […]

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

Glenn Dyer December 11, 2017

The sleepy shrug of summer programming has well and truly commenced.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

Glenn Dyer December 8, 2017

The Cricket ending prematurely and the void was filledby...Lego.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

Glenn Dyer December 7, 2017

England's collapse in the cricket left the field open for Seven, who won a poor night.

Glenn Dyer’s TV Ratings

Glenn Dyer December 6, 2017

The ratings last night was as close as the cricket is turning out to be.

Flubs and snubs: the best and worst TV of 2017

Flubs and snubs: the best and worst TV of 2017

Glenn Dyer December 4, 2017

With the summer ratings officially starting, it's time to look back at the shows that lingered with us, and the ones we'd rather see disappear.