Welcome to The Beach: three hours of meditative television, where so little happens — but so much.
Welcome to Side View — a curated guide to new and overlooked content on politics, policy, and public affairs. This week, violence against Indigenous women, "influencers" fight back, some dead presidents and why performance reviews suck.
Australian journalist Peter Greste has been imprisoned for seven years for spreading "false news". See for yourself the evidence on which he was convicted.
Chris Uhlmann, the tough political editor of 7.30, is leaving the program to make a documentary for the ABC on the Labor years. Who will replace him in the important role as Leigh Sales' understudy?
You don't need to like formula one motor racing to appreciate this spectacular documentary on the life of Brazilian champion Ayrton Senna, says freelance writer Andrew Rankin.
You can be forgiven if, for a moment, you mistake Leigh Hart’s Mysterious Planet -- airing tonight on ABC2 -- as a serious documentary. But host Leigh Hart is taking the piss, says Matthew Smith. And it's very funny.
Documentary filmmakers and their subjects have always blurred the line between truth and fiction. Catfish is the latest is the first wave of the 'real-or-not-umentary,' which is destined to make audiences more cynical and hostile than ever before, writes Luke Buckmaster.