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Monday January 31, 2011
Come Drink with Me (1966) SBS Two, 11.25pm I Am a Camera (1955) ABC1, 1am (Wed)

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Monday January 31, 2011
As the Bell Rings Disney, 2.50pm Don't Tell the Bride LifeStyle You, 8.30pm Kit: An Autobody Experience Discovery Turbo Max, 9.30pm


Sunday January 30, 2011
Five reasons to support Novak Djokovic

Wedding of the week

Sunday January 30, 2011
The groom's chivalrous manner won the heart of the bride, but his proposal came out of the blue.


Saturday January 29, 2011
More Than You Can Say Paul Torday Orion, $32.99 The Unidentified Rae Mariz Text, $19.95 Shadow Will Elliott Voyager, $22.99 Lyrics Alley Leila Aboulela Weidenfeld & Nicolson, $32.99

In short Nonfiction

Saturday January 29, 2011
WAR AND SEX John V. H. Dippel Prometheus Books, 466pp, $46.95 MARZIPAN AND MAGNOLIAS Elizabeth Lancaster Finch Publishing, 230pp, $29.95 THE RISE OF FISHES John A. Long UNSW Press, 287pp, $75 HOW TO CAUSE A SCANDAL Laura Kipnis Scribe, 209pp, $29.95

Tyrone's effort can help fix a broken Harte

Saturday January 29, 2011
COUNTY Tyrone's Gaelic football coach Mickey Harte has something of Collingwood's Bobby Rose about him ‚€ť he's the dignified common man made to bear an uncommon burden.

Our Choice

Saturday January 29, 2011
Erskineville 50 John Street $1.15 million+

Nothing is as it appears

Saturday January 29, 2011
IT'S easy to stereotype Japanese football, isn't it? Japanese teams are stacked with quick, small, skilful players who are adept at retaining possession. They look pretty when they have the ball, but they don't hurt teams when they get into dangerous areas. Oh, and they're always vulnerable in the air, particularly at the back.


Saturday January 29, 2011
WHAT JAPAN: Kingdom of Characters

Feathered friend

Saturday January 29, 2011
Kick back, relax and trust the chef, writes KELSEY MUNRO. PEACOCK TRATTORIA Shop 3, 25-31 Kyle Parade, Kyle Bay, 9546 6900


Saturday January 29, 2011
The Age of Auden: Post War Poetry and the American Scene Aidan Wasley Princeton University Press, $53.95 The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister Ed., Helen Whitbread Virago, $29.99 God and Sex: What the Bible Really Says Michael Coogan Twelve, $39.99 Perpetual Euphoria: On the Duty to be Happy Pascal Bruckner Princeton University Press, $45.95

Baby, it's cold inside

Saturday January 29, 2011
Quebec's famous ice hotel has moved downtown, writes Bernard Lagan.


Saturday January 29, 2011
In the inner west, Annandale has shown early indications of a robust market in coming months.

Green Guide‚„s Critical View

Friday January 28, 2011

what i cook when...

Friday January 28, 2011
Radicchio and orange salad (above)

Chinese charmer to take on Belgium's little beauty

Friday January 28, 2011
The women's singles finalists have brought a breath of fresh air.


Friday January 28, 2011
ACTOR Jacki Weaver was thrilled to win an Oscar nomination for Animal Kingdom. Also thrilled was her friend of 40 years Alan Finney, chairman of the AFI. He was in Los Angeles for the announcement and is still on a Hollywood high. The duo celebrated by dining at a casual restaurant but didn't go unnoticed. Finney said: "Two people in the next booth said to Jacki: 'You're the Australian from Animal Kingdom ‚€ť we loved it.' " Finney met Weaver around the time she starred in the movie Stork and won an AFI award for best lead actress in 1972. She was a bridesmaid at his wedding to Philippa and the trio revelled in the decadent six-hour lunches organised weekly by Derryn Hinch at the Underground in King Street during the 1980s when he was a long-luncher and boozer. For Hinch's 40th birthday, 600 of his "nearest and dearest personal friends" toasted him. Being AFI chairman, Finney has another connection to the film industry: daughter Sarah is the AFI's media manager, and naturally, she loves her boss.

Pay TV - Friday, January 28

Thursday January 27, 2011
I Almost Got Away with It True Jackson, VP The Stafford Brothers

Critic's view - Friday, January 28

Thursday January 27, 2011
Coast Motorway Patrol As It Happened: Apocalypse ‚€ť The Second World War Murderland


Thursday January 27, 2011
A quirky bistro with cool cocktails, an eclectic menu and the vibe of a Manhattan dive bar? Now you're talking Guy Griffin's language Duke Flinders Hotel, 63 Flinders Street, Darlinghurst. Phone: 9332 3180.

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Monday January 24, 2011
True Jackson, VP I Almost Got Away with It The Stafford Brothers

Murderland, ABC1, 8.30pm

Monday January 24, 2011
Who knew murder was a place? At least for the bereaved child of a violently dispatched mother. Unfortunately, it's also virtually impossible to leave, even when you're engaged and on the cusp of marriage. At least that's what we learn from bride-to-be Carrie Walsh (Amanda Hale), who jilts her doting fiance during wedding preparations in an obsessive pursuit of whoever killed her prostitute mother.


Monday January 24, 2011
Jan Dara Iron Island The Strange Love of Martha Ivers

Six minutes in, goodnight Venus

Sunday January 23, 2011
VENUS Williams fans hoping for a big Friday night of entertainment on Rod Laver Arena were sadly disappointed when the 2003 finalist retired six minutes into the match with just one game played, which she lost on serve against Andrea Petkovic. The No. 4 seed retired with an existing groin injury and later left no doubts when asked what happened. "I obviously couldn't play," Williams said, adding that during her last practice session she "hit some balls . . . kind of standing still". Hitting balls, standing still, suggests the hugely popular seven-time grand slam champion might not have been cherry-ripe for a centre-court appearance. "It's hugely disappointing because this is just not how I envisioned my Australian Open being," she said. It's a fair bet most people who forked out their hard-earned for centre-court seats probably didn't envision that either as part of their Australian Open. They saw Frenchman Gael Monfils knocked out in three sets by Swiss player Stanislas Wawrinka and then it was goodnight Irene. It was the first time Williams has retired hurt in a grand slam, but she gave "more than my best to be out there" even though her parents and coach didn't think she should play.Double up

Yours sincerely

Sunday January 23, 2011
Irony has always been a mainstay of Australian entertainment, but has recently fallen from grace. John Bailey unpicks why we tired of finding meaning behind the meaning.


Sunday January 23, 2011
Where 187 St Georges Road, Fitzroy North, 9489 8105

Wedding in Italy Australian Citizens

Thursday January 20, 2011
For a wedding in Italy Australian citizens will have to arrange some paperwork in their home country before leaving Australia.

Duties of the Flower Girl and Page Boy

Tuesday January 18, 2011
In the traditional bridal party there are positions for bridesmaids and groo ...

Wedding Invitation Wording

Friday January 14, 2011
Wedding invitation wording is an important part of the process of choosing w ...

Choosing a Wedding Planner

Wednesday January 12, 2011
With all the wedding decisions that have to be made, sometimes the choice of ...

DIY Wedding Invitations

Monday January 10, 2011
Wedding invitations are an essential part to creating a memorable event. Not ...

Choosing the Groomsmen

Thursday January 6, 2011
Whether you are the bride or groom, the presence of the bridal party can off ...

Choosing the Bridesmaids

Tuesday January 4, 2011
From the brides perspective there are many important decisions that have to ...

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