Larry King, US broadcaster and talk show legend, has died at age 87 after a battle with coronavirus.
After his death at 87, legendary US broadcaster Larry King has been remembered as a master interviewer with a sense of humour and grace.
The decision to dump cricket to switch to tennis may yet be remembered as a questionable call by outgoing Nine CEO Hugh Marks, Annette Sharp writes.
From Midnight Oil to Courtney Barnett, these songs of Australian cities celebrate everything they have to offer.
Triple j’s Hottest 100 winner has been announced as Daniel Andrews joked the event may never be the same again after the remix featuring him polled highly.
Larry King, the suspenders-sporting everyman whose broadcast interviews with world leaders, movie stars and ordinary Joes helped define American conversation for a half-century, has died.
Fanny Lumsden has claimed five wins at the Golden Guitar awards in Tamworth, with COVID-19 restrictions making for a low-key event.
Glass Animals have taken out the Triple J Hottest 100 with Heat Waves, however it was Aussie artists who filled most of the rankings.
Putting Australia on the Amazing Race map was a challenge and thrill like no other, says host Beau Ryan. And now he gets to do it again by showcasing different parts of the country.
Saturday’s countdown finished with the song from the British group’s third album, 2020’s Dreamland.
Triple J's annual Hottest 100 countdown has finished with the No.1 song Heat Waves by Glass Animals.
Orchestra Collective blends youth and experience on debut at Government House Ballroom, Perth
The eponymous documentary about New Zealand hip hop label Dawn Raid is engrossing for a number of reasons.
A solid Aussie film held up by a stellar performance from Naomi Watts.
Rumaan Alam returns with a provocative tale about race and class.
Saturday Night Live alumni Rob Riggle to host Aussie version of US smash hit, Holey Moley
Live music is coming back in Australia, but with some borders still shut and COVID hot spots in play, artists will be touring in very different ways.
From Hoges to Hawkie, Aussies love a larrikin – and despite claims COVID has killed our larrikin streak, it lives on. Ahead of Australia Day, here’s a celebration of our loveable rogues.
Taylor Swift calls her “my baby”, Niall Horan is on speed dial, and Olivia Rodrigo’s single is smashing charts. And she’s only 17.
Following some early teething problems, ABC hosts Stan Grant and Ellen Fanning finally cracked their on-air sign-off at the end of the coverage of President Biden’s inauguration. Well sort of, Annette Sharp writes.
Rock legend Jimmy Barnes delighted Melbourne with two surprise gigs in the city on Friday.
Get the code word from PLAY Magazine 23 January and The Guide Sunday 24 January!
Get the code word from PLAY Magazine 23 January!
The Perth rockers could become the first WA act to top the nation’s biggest countdown and Caleb Harper says he’ll struggle to hide his disappointment at his pool party if it doesn’t happen.
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