As man who seemed always to interpret human sexuality through the prism of academia, the world of William Masters shifts radically in the third season of Masters of Sex.
Sarah Thomas Jovial British TV chef Ainsley Harriott, 58, is best known for fronting Ready Steady Cook and Can't Cook, Won't Cook.
Sarah Thomas Can you spell, off the top of your head, words such as soliloquy, imperturbable and oscilloscope?
Liam Mannix People love the bache, and have immediately forgotten the old bache. Long live new bache. The bache’s name is Sam, but he prefers Woody. Like the Toy Story character.
Natalie Bochenski Buff up the acrylics, flick on the ceramic straighteners and set the chemically whitened teeth to stun – it's time for another season of The Bachelor, the trashy reality TV show that takes the "not" out of "make love not war".
Wood said the show creates enough controversy on it's own without him trying to add to it.
Garry Maddox Not one, but two, Australian films will have gala premieres at the Toronto International Film Festival.
Garry Maddox Mel Gibson sets up shop at Fox Studios, property market gets a film boost and Cate Blanchett is on the money about Amy Schumer in our weekly film wrap up.
Garry Maddox Sue Brooks' Looking for Grace will have a world premiere at the prestigious Italian film festival.
Karl Quinn Is there such a thing as a 'gay' voice? And does it really matter if you have one?