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At the 2016 Screen Forever conference, Posie Graeme-Evans delivered the Hector Crawford Memorial Lecture, the major public statement of the screen and broadcasting industries, to share her ideas on the health of the screen industry, how to nurture it...
Is Netflix's recent epic drama The Crown worth its royal price tag? And we discuss how the Australian screen industry can invest its recent gift from the government back into making homegrown content.
We hear about the eerie similarities between a bunch of hit TV shows and the U.S. Presidential election. Plus, Tim Ross tells us about his new TV series.
Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston has written an account of his life, and the plot is often more complicated than the TV series. And, Josh Thomas on the season return of Please Like Me.
We look at Small Screens, a new publication of essays on contemporary Australian television that surveys the current landscape, and the myriad of change surrounding it.
We ask three prolific screenwriters to pick the 'best' episode of television, ever!
Martin Clunes is in Australia and he joins us in the studio to talk about his new documentary, Islands of Australia.
We look at SBS' new crime series Deep Water, a drama set in modern day Bondi that takes us back to a dark and brutal time in Sydney's history.
With a quirky chick-lit novel by Zoe Foster-Blake as its canvas, a high-profile cast and a love story where career comes first for female lead Lily Woodward, we look at how The Wrong Girl gets things right!
When television came to Australia, it challenged design, the way people ate and even the wool industry!
Ian Collie talks about Doctor Doctor, which he has produced along with Claudia Karvan. The show follows disgraced heart surgeon Dr Hugh Knight, as he attempts to rebuild his life in a small country town, his hometown.
Shawn Seet is the director of Deep Water, a new crime thriller starring Noah Taylor and Yael Stone.
A new TV and film script development program called Scripted Ink aims to change the way Australia funds and develops projects.
Clive James looks back at his lifelong love of television and Russell T Davies' re-imagines a Shakespeare classic complete with ipads, fascists and a tinge of Doctor Who.
We analyse the cultural nostalgia featured in two big Netflix originals and Seven has been aiming for gold with its digital Olympic coverage, but will it made the podium?
Diversity on the small screen was a key theme at this year's Screen Futures Summit in Melbourne and we're featuring some of the discussions that took place.
Two powerhouses of the Australian television industry shed some light on how ideas grow from script to screen and how we can get more women involved behind and in front of the camera.
We take a look at the ground-breaking 1977 mini-series Roots and how watching its upcoming remake may resonate with a modern audience.
This week we delve deep into the relationship between TV and music.
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