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Blu-ray Review: ‘Jack Irish’


Not only a great example of the mystery genre but a wonderfully executed character study. Read More »

Acorn TV: The Best British TV Streaming

Martin Clunes as Doc Martin

No one can match Acorn TV for the variety and quality of the television shows they have on offer. Read More »

DVD Review: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries Series 1

A great performance from lead Essie Davis highlights this remarkable series Read More »

Music Review: Xavier Rudd – Spirit Bird

Somebody able to articulate those dreams for a better world you'd buried in the deepest recesses of your soul. Read More »

Book Review: The Mistake by Wendy James

The Mistake is an expertly written, compulsively readable novel that repays the reading with rich reflection. Read More »

Book Review: Cloudstreet by Tim Winton

Cloudstreet shines a light on who we are, lovingly, and with the kind of forgiving, all-inclusive care of a parent – it allows us to rejoice in ourselves. Read More »

Book Review: Selected Poems of Dorothy Hewett, Edited by Kate Lilley

This is a rich, complex, and rewarding collection, especially the later poetry with all its mature insight. Read More »

DVD Review: Red Hill

One of the finest contemporary westerns to cross my sights in a long time. Read More »

Graphic Novel Review: Uncle Silas: Genetis by David Follet

Fun, lighthearted, and sumptuously illustrated. Read More »

Book Review: Whatever Happened to Joseph? by T.A.G. Hungerford

The prose is poetic and the poetry prosaic – each telling a story full of the detail of everyday life – ordinary and extraordinary at the same time. Read More »