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Leigh Sales faces her toughest (and funniest) interview yet ... with herself

Leigh Sales faces her toughest (and funniest) interview yet ... with herself

After more than a decade in the hot seat, the 7.30 host reveals her favourite interviews and what she really thinks of our former prime ministers.

  • by Leigh Sales

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Logies 2022 as it happened: Hamish Blake wins Gold; Tony Armstrong nabs first Logie

Logies 2022 as it happened: Hamish Blake wins Gold; Tony Armstrong nabs first Logie

After a two-year hiatus, the Logie Awards returned to the Gold Coast on Sunday. Here, we’ve got all the coverage as it happened on the night.

  • by Karl Quinn, Thomas Mitchell, Meg Watson, Michael Idato and Damien Woolnough
Can your friend be your greatest love?

Can your friend be your greatest love?

Friendships are often seen as mere background to our romantic relationships. But in a push against the myth of “the one”, this is changing.

  • by Katy Hall
Sarah Ferguson on the darkness she’s seen in the US, trust, and 7.30

Sarah Ferguson on the darkness she’s seen in the US, trust, and 7.30

She’s one of Australia’s best interviewers and the Gold Walkley Award winner is about to take over the reins at the ABC’s 7.30.

  • by Kerrie O'Brien
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The May 15 edition

Gretchen Carlson, the American broadcaster who took on a media empire over a sexual assault allegation, talks about how she became an advocate for women.

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The new podcast unpacking Kath & Kim, 20 years after its release

The new podcast unpacking Kath & Kim, 20 years after its release

From The Office to The Sopranos, and now Kath & Kim – a huge wave of nostalgia is breathing new life into your favourite shows from the 2000s.

  • by Meg Watson
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Underbelly star faces jail, court told, but not till he’s back from Cannes

Underbelly star faces jail, court told, but not till he’s back from Cannes

Vince Colosimo faces the prospect of going from the French film festival to a Melbourne prison after his lawyer told court he planned to again plead guilty to drug driving.

  • by Adam Cooper and Karl Quinn
SBS dumps youth-focused current affairs show The Feed

SBS dumps youth-focused current affairs show The Feed

First the youth-oriented current affairs show was cut from five nights a week to one, now it is being shunted from broadcast to online only.

  • by Karl Quinn
Australian news in Mandarin and Arabic? It’s about to hit free-to-air TV thanks to SBS

Australian news in Mandarin and Arabic? It’s about to hit free-to-air TV thanks to SBS

It’s a rare thing to launch a news service these days. On Monday, SBS launches two – and a whole new channel to carry them.

  • by Karl Quinn
Trailblazing journalist Caroline Jones dead at 84

Trailblazing journalist Caroline Jones dead at 84

The veteran broadcaster was the first female reporter on Australia’s first national current affairs program, This Day Tonight, and hosted Australian Story for 20 years.

  • by Angus Dalton
Like the Super Bowl, but longer: Where to watch Saturday’s election coverage

Like the Super Bowl, but longer: Where to watch Saturday’s election coverage

The campaign trail has taken a toll on Australians (especially that 8-year-old Tasmanian kid), but now the end is in sight. So, which channel will you choose to deliver election news?

  • by Thomas Mitchell