Media Strikes Back is one of few television programs specifically designed to support its city’s local culture. With fears of cultural erosion, selective mainstream trends and the recent disregard and decline of local content in Australian television, the advent of Media Strikes Back has been auspiciously timed.
National Indigenous Television (NITV) begins broadcasting on SBS4 digital television from 12 December 2012. NITV will televise content about Indigenous Australians, produced by Indigenous Australians, to every Australian household, writes Ilona Nicola.
Onya Magazine is giving you the chance to win one of five Offspring Season Three DVDs - featuring the complete third season, exclusive special features as well as all-new webisodes from the online series The Nurses.
A foreboding sense of explosion surrounds the fifth episode of Tangle, thanks to Fiona Seres' writing and Michael James Rowland’s exposing direction. James Madden reviews this juicy Australian drama.
Episode four introduces a new director, with the visual style noticeably different, says James Madden. With compelling performances, writing and directing, Tangle artistically brings the drama with sex, secrets and childhood angst.
An entangled web of relationships continues to dominate the Showcase series Tangle. If you thought the morning after can quite often an embarrassing experience, then try waking up next to your brother-in-law. James Madden continues his weekly reviews on this captivating Australian drama.
Tangle’s ensemble has never been better, and season three looks set to allow the actors to explore their characters with in-depth precision. James Madden dishes the dirt on Episode 2.
There is an incestuous hub of relationships existing at the core of Tangle, says James Madden. The third season is set to explore life beyond grief, and after all of the broken pieces have been picked up.