Glam curates a selection of great movies to watch during the lockdown, from political thrillers, to family cartoons.
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The federal government has granted Channel 44 a last-minute broadcast renewal, while it transitions to an online broadcasting format.
With the Time Lords splitting into factions all vying for power, one group decides to bring back Gallifrey’s founding President, Rassilon.
Tickets are now on sale for audiences to join in the fun as seven new TV talk and game show pilots are trialled and filmed in Adelaide, beginning this week!
Fourth Doctor Tom Baker stars in two full-cast audio adaptations of early Dr Who comic strips first published in the Doctor Who Weekly magazine.
Thrones! The Musical Parody is the hilarious one-hour musical parody by the incredibly talented Baby Wants Candy troupe from the USA.
South Australia's Media Resource Centre offers a wealth of exciting new initiatives this year.
The ABC has a great line-up ready to help you party on New Year's Eve.
Network Seven has a line up of great new shows for 2019
Comedian Wayne Hope brings dodgy businessman Don Angel back to the ABC in a brand new series.
Trailblazers program shines a light on young game changers
Ahead of its season five return, Stan’s smash hit series YOUNGER has been renewed for a sixth season.
Mythology and History buffs as well as Game of Thrones fans will certainly be pleased with what this series has to offer.
The competitive cooking show is back and fresher than ever! Glam Adelaide had a chat to judge, George Calombaris, about what to expect in 2018.
Last Thursday, Seven Adelaide gathered staff and supporters under a marquee behind the Art Gallery of South Australia, on a glorious summer evening. After fabulous catering from the Gallery Cafe, wines and entertainment, guests gathered in the Radford Auditorium to see beloved news anchors Jane Doyle and John Riddell, host the launch of Seven’s […]
It's been 12 years since Mick Taylor first terrorised the outback and slaughtered innocent backpackers, and that body count keeps on growing!
If you love The Bachelor and Bachelorette, you're going to die over this new short series.
Four new full-cast audio plays based on the quirky 1970's television series that starred Patrick McGoohan, set in The Village, an isolated town with no escape.
If you spend your spare time watching TV or scrolling through social media, you're not alone.