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ROD MULLINAR - The other side of the glass

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Listen up: Hamish and Andy's new show reveals there's still life in free TV

And, as narrator Rod Mullinar declares in a sonorous voice at the start of each episode, "Stories: apart from dirt, they're the very thing that our great nation is founded upon." There's an adage drilled into journalism students about there being a


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Names Names Names

Do you ever hear things like, ?Can someone give me the four letter first name for Count Dracula shouted from the dinner table? If you have then you must live with a crossword puzzle enthusiast! In Hugh McEntire's book, Names Names Names you will find more than 28,000 names to aid you in solving your crossword puzzle. When Hugh retired in 1988, he did not decide to spend his golden years just watching TV. In fact, adding new names to his book has become a lifetime project. For over a decade he has been compiling a list of proper names taken from actual crossword puzzle clues. Since puzzle clues only give part of a name and you are to fill in the rest, he has listed each individual once by the first name and again by the last name. In Names Names Names you can look up either the first or...

Australian Horror Films, 1973-2010

"This pioneering illustrated survey provides in-depth coverage of 76 horror films produced in Australia, where serial killers, carnivorous animals, mutants, zombies, vampires and evil spirits all receive the "antipodean" cinematic treatment unique to the Land Down Under. Notes offer analysis of the narrative, filmmaking techniques, acting performances, recurring themes and motifs, and overall effectiveness"--Provided by publisher.

Listen up: Hamish and Andy's new show reveals there's still life in free TV - The Sydney Morning Herald

There haven't been many opportunities of late to applaud the free-to-air commercial networks. As the newer kids on the production block, notably the SVOD services, have made a practice of presenting attention-grabbing series that are audacious and inventive, the traditional broadcasters have appeared stale and inert by comparison: packing... But then along comes True Story with Hamish and Andy (Mondays, Nine, 7. 30pm). Original in concept and cleverly executed, it offers a rare ray of hope and a challenge the belief that FTA TV is dying and doing little to save itself. In addition to being a family-friendly, feel-good crowd-pleaser, True Story is a timely reminder of the value and reliable appeal of a good idea that's well-executed. The 10-part series, which is scheduled to screen in two, five-episode blocks, relies on the timeless and universal attraction of storytelling. And, as narrator Rod Mullinar declares in a sonorous voice at the start of each episode, "Stories: apart from dirt, they're the very thing that our great nation is founded upon. There's an adage drilled into journalism students about there being a great story on every street corner and one of the earliest class exercises can be to go out and find it. In a sense, that's the approach taken with True Story : a belief that... The stories showcased here are not amazing stories, but tales extracted from the territory of everyday life: a family dinner at a restaurant going wildly wrong. Over the first three episodes, we've been treated to engaging stories that sit comfortably in a 7. 30pm timeslot. They've been recounted with generous spirit and good humour by Rachel, Stubby and Sammie, people that most of us had not heard of previously, although their tales have been rich in elements that resonate with common experience: the desire to be... The well-paced half-hour episodes incorporate two components, the interviews and the re-enactments of events described, and each has its pleasures. The interviews are conducted by Hamish and Andy in a faux library setting which looks like some sort of gentlemen's club – not the kind with poles and strippers, but the kind offering crystal tumblers of aged single malt, leather armchairs and... The tongue-in-cheek setting suggests a classy location for contemplation, pointing to one of the comedy duo's most reliable tactics: acknowledging a custom while poking fun at it. Hamish and Andy will feign sophistication while making mischief. To look like serious interviewers, they appear in their "listening jackets", pseudo-elegant velvet blazers in deep colours, with some sort of emblems on the chest pockets, which they team with T-shirts. The researchers and producers have found lively storytellers and the hosts are good listeners. They haven't heard the stories before, a strategy that produces spontaneity and a sense of authenticity, allowing them to ask the kinds of questions that someone hearing the yarn for the first time might ask. As well as entertaining stories and storytellers, the success of the format relies on the hosts' engagement and curiosity and, as is so often the case with this pair, they deliver. The re-enactment scenes can be laugh-out-loud funny, directed with a keen eye for comic timing and performance by Wayne Hope, Tim Bartley, Andy Lee and Ryan Shelton, and played by a range of actors with a gift for comedy. To date, they've included Craig McLachlan, Helen Dallimore, Emily Taheny, John Leary and James Saunders in starring roles, as well as Genevieve Morris, Phil Lloyd, Fiona Choi and Luke McGregor in smaller ones. It looks like a lot of talented people are happy to sign on for the ride when Hamish and Andy call. As with many of the best productions, True Story looks simple, but that's deceptive: there are many ways it could misfire. It might not be enough to rescue commercial free-to-air telly on its own, but it's certainly a welcome sign of life.

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  1. And, as narrator Rod Mullinar declares in a sonorous voice at the start of each episode, "Stories: apart from dirt, they're the very thing that our great nation is founded upon." There's an adage drilled into journalism students about there being a
  2. Cultists will delight in brief appearances by 1978 cast members Rod Mullinar as Roget's money man and Maria Mercedes as Ed's doctor. With veteran Aussie exploitation mogul Antony I. Ginnane producing both the original version and this remake, 
  3. Over the three series, the production featured several well-known actors and several who became well known, including Rod Mullinar, Liz Burch, Michael Caton, Gus Mercurio, Martin Lewis, Nicole Kidman, Scott McGregor and Asher Keddie, and American 

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