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The cast is free of big names but solid. It’s certainly a very confident production. The six core cast members take turns in both telling the stories and featuring in them, and while they’re certainly types, they’re beautifully drawn. And perhaps the most enjoyable aspect is it’s so clear that the kids themselves are completely in on the joke, and having the time of their lives. It’s a series that’s been full of weirdness and full of twists from the outset and that certainly holds true as the adventures of the residents of Wayward Pines come to a sort of close tonight. It’s quite possible that the best of Australian children’s television is actually better than the best of our grown-up television.

Melinda Houston TV highlights: There’s an equally unexpected cleverness to the final pieces of plotting that really satisfy. But the handsome production certainly does our most liveable city proud. The situation certainly has us flinching and cringing, but this is also a really bright production with lovely spikes of humour and a well-developed sense of the absurd. The six core cast members take turns in both telling the stories and featuring in them, and while they’re certainly types, they’re beautifully drawn. Little Lunch is great for adults too. Credit too, to the directors in this first block, that’s Hope , who wrangle their tiny charges splendidly. In fact, these first couple of episodes are rather stronger than last year’s mid-season slump in which it felt like every ep was simultaneously treading water and rushing every plot point to an anodyne conclusion.

The situation certainly has us flinching and cringing, but this is also a really bright production with lovely spikes of humour and a well-developed sense of the absurd.

The agc3 core cast members take turns in both telling the stories and featuring in them, and while they’re certainly types, they’re beautifully drawn. The wwtch is a Manchester car yard staffed, as the title suggests, by ordinary people in ordinary kinds of trouble who find themselves cornered into telling porkies. And perhaps the most enjoyable aspect is it’s so clear that the kids themselves are completely in on the joke, and having the time avc3 their lives.

Comedian Jason Manford as Marty is particularly good: On the upside, we do get to see a nice collection of objects and learn their history — including why pawnshops traditionally have three balls hanging outside. Impossible to discuss the best aspects of this terrific finale without delivering massive spoilers but let’s just say it goes out on a high.

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In this first episode I’m not sure erstwhile gun salesman Marty’s warch is ordinary. Chris Taylor playing an awful version of himself is priceless, and while this ain’t UnREALif you’ve ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of those food-porn travelogues, well, let’s hope it’s not this.

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Little Lunch is great for adults too. Plonk is very silly, but it’s also very good fun. It’s certainly one of the things that makes Little Lunch an absolute joy. The fifth season of Winners and Losers got under way last week, and while its original premise evaporated long ago what changes when you win Lottoit’s actually holding up pretty well as a homely dramedy about women’s lives.

Each week Gary Mehigan jets off somewhere exotic, explores the local food and culture, has a go at something in situ, then comes home and cooks up a dish inspired by his travels in his home kitchen. It’s a series that’s been full of weirdness and full of twists from the outset and that certainly holds true as the adventures of the residents of Wayward Pines come to a sort of close tonight.

So while often an Australian mainstream drama — even an excellent one — can seem a little pale in comparison with, say, a US series in which millions are spent on every episode, in this genre it’s a much more level playing field.

The Sydney Morning Herald. The production is full of small touches that are laugh-out-loud. It helps that kids’ TV traditionally has a pretty flimsy budget, wherever it’s made. And of course then she goes home to cook us up something in a very funky warehouse conversion in I’m guessing Fitzroy. Credit too, to the directors in this first block, that’s Hopewho wrangle their tiny charges splendidly. There’s an equally unexpected cleverness to the final pieces of plotting that luncn satisfy.

As Taylor and his crew traverse New South Wales seeking watcg wine destinations, the real people taking part in this mockumentary are awfully good sports and each ep delivers LOL moments.

The cast is free of big names but solid.

That means the things we do splendidly — storytelling, characterisation, acting — really shine. If you’ve watched in the past and enjoyed it, it’s well worth taking a fresh look.

Produced and largely written by Robyn Butler and Wathc Hope Upper Middle Bogan and based on the books by their mate Danny Katz, the show is a series of vignettes filmed in the mockumentary style, set during play lunch and recounting recent memorable episodes from the nlw.

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It’s quite possible that the best of Australian children’s television is actually better than the best of our grown-up television. Melinda Houston TV highlights: The ages of the cast aren’t given but they are all surely under 15 and most would be close to the and year-olds they play. But what it does set in train is a rather clever examination of the psychological fallout of the lie, both personal and for the group. There’s a wonderful naturalness to Australia’s junior performers that makes them a delight to watch for adults, and genuinely relatable for their target audience.

In fact having watched possibly too much children’s dramaour young actors really are among the best in the world. First stop is India a nation that rightly requires two episodes to even begin to explorewhere highlights include his visit to a tiffin house, preparing “home cooked” lunches for office workers all over the city.

But the handsome production certainly does our most liveable city proud.

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There are some moments lumch will have you leaping out of your chair. In fact, these first couple of episodes are rather stronger than last year’s mid-season slump in which it wstch like every ep was simultaneously treading water and rushing every plot point to an anodyne conclusion. We also gradually meet the other members of the JS Motors team, each of whom have their own stories, their own troubles, their own secrets, and — no doubt — their own fibs to tell. It’s certainly a very confident production.

Made, as it undoubtedly is, with an international market in mind, this new series from Rachel Khoo tends to littel from one pretty obvious landmark to the next Chinatown, Melbourne’s CDB laneways, and so on.

Fresh eps have recently been added, too, so if you’ve already had a taste, come back for a second glass. Or maybe a low. There are some wonderful observations of everyday workplace characters and interactions.

These pawnshop shows are always pretty lo-fi but this local version of the popular US series doesn’t quite hit the mark. There’s something particularly heart-warming about hearing the huge range of accents captured as Rachel trips from coffee house to yum cha joint to fine dining establishment.