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Bought and syndicated by public television in the US, pre-school series Raggs has become a hit among the toddlers, with a second series going to air this month. Launched a year ago, the music-themed
Bun Scrase-Dickins has been appointed the new VP, Acquisitions for BBC Worldwide Channels. This is the person who acquires new programming for BBC Worldwide’s five BBC-branded pay channels – BBC Enter
Nine is just launching the second series of Underbelly, as Screentime starts on Underbelly 3, exploring the corruption of the NSW and Victorian police forces in the 1980s and the clean-up job that sta
Responding to the tit-for-tat remarks between SPAA and SPADA, respected veteran New Zealander Tim Thorpe, who has a head for numbers, decides to wax pithy on the Australian stance.
A long time ago, Bruce Beresford was sent the script for the first Rambo film but he turned down the chance to direct it. He felt that the script was very American and was worried about messing up the
$12.7m in November/December 2008 is 30% higher than pre-Xmas 2007. How can this be, you ask?
Jerker had the audience more than just a little hot and bothered at Gasworks Arts Park on Saturday night (Jan 31). It was the end of a long, steamy heat wave and the theatre was crammed with queer men, hanging out for a hot, raunchy performance!
How to Direct from Inside was a rather abstract piece of theatre. Written about the myriad of psychological characters we all have contained inside of us and the roles that these characters consequently play in the world, it was a therapists dream or nightmare come true.
In hard times audiences need happy and familiar plays.
Art fans queue in freezing temperatures as museum stays open to satisfy demand.
All three past inaugural poets have succumbed to sanctimonious platitudes - and Elizabeth Alexander was no exception. But, argues Moira Weigel, her 'Obamapoetics' should not be dismissed too readily.
“This is our chance to give something back to an extraordinary city which has helped us produce an extraordinary film. We came up with it once we realised what a success the film was becoming after the Golden Globes.”
Sotheby’s laid off some 60 people in the United States in December. Two weeks ago Christie’s let go some 100 employees and began consolidating departments in New York.
As radio audiences reach new highs, BBC broadcaster Libby Purves celebrates the 'invisible' medium that has enriched our lives more than any other.
MP attacks sale as schools close for lack of funds.
Three-quarters of those surveyed considered themselves to be professional composers, but only 10% made their primary living from that work.
It seems a ripe time for novel podcasting to grow. Traditional book publishers are struggling.
The cash-strapped institution announced today that it is reducing its staff by 20% as well as cutting operating expenses.
Here we survey the policy areas where the new President is likely to take a stand.
The Swiss company Art Culture Studio has cancelled its sixth annual Moscow World Fine Art Fair, which had been scheduled for 25 May to 1 June at the Manege.
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