Australians Sam Stosur, Casey Dellacqua, Jarmila Gajdosova and Olivia Rogowska will head to `s-Hertogenbosch in the Netherlands this weekend aiming to maintain their status in the Fed Cup World Group for 2016.
Adam Zwar’s beloved Agony Aunts and Uncles are returning tonight in a new six-part series covering a diverse range of topics that will get you thinking, keep you wondering and make you laugh. Tonight’s first episode focuses on ‘The Agony of Body’.
Following the recent guilty verdict of the Boston Marathon bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, and with the two year anniversary of the tragedy on the 15th April, this weekend BBC World News will air the following documentary:
For the past 100 years, young Australians have grown up hearing the story of the original Anzacs. They know where they fought, the battles they were involved in and the characters that emerged from the brutal campaign as the Anzacs, along with British, Indian and French forces, attempted unsuccessfully to take over the Gallipoli peninsula.
The 13 one-hour episodes follow the crew of a derelict spaceship who are awakened from stasis with no memories of who they are or how they got on board. Facing threats at every turn, they have to work together to survive a voyage charged with vengeance, betrayal and hidden secrets.