The fourth series of Annabel Crabb’s political interview series gets off to a great start with former prime minister Bob Hawke. Hawke (above with Crabb) and wife Blanche D’Alpuget take Crabb, and viewers, on a tour of their glamorous harbourside home. Hawke, approaching 85, prepares barramundi for lunch before he opens up about his time in politics.
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Aussie Rachael Taylor hasn’t had a lot of luck on US television. Charlie’s Angels lasted eight episodes, 666 Park Avenue was canned after two series and her latest, Crisis, was cancelled midway through its first season. Taylor plays FBI Special Agent Susie Dunn who, working alongside sister Meg Fitch (Gillian Anderson, above right with Taylor) must combat an intricate kidnap and terror plot by former CIA analyst Francis Gibson (Dermot Mulroney).
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The eighth episode of this 10-part documentary series tries to pack a lot into its one-hour run time. The unrest surrounding feminism, civil rights, environmentalism and gay rights are all reaching fever pitch. Interviewees include Gloria Steinem and sitcom star and activist Marlo Thomas.