• Who wouldn't want to be these guys?! (The I.T. Crowd)Source: The I.T. Crowd
Australia will need 100,000 more I.T. workers over the next five years. But portraying them as hopeless nerds might be stopping people from pursing careers in the field.
Tuesday, June 16, 2015 - 19:30

Fifteen fictional nerds who prove Deloitte and Malcolm Turnbull wrong
On Thursday, Malcolm Turbull will launch the Deloitte Access Economics report, which claims that the portrayal of computer and IT experts in popular culture is dissuading people from the profession. But this isn't a problem with movies and TV: just that people are watching the wrong stuff. So switch off The Big Bang Theory immediately and check out these BAMFs.
Patrick Abboud goes to stunt school
We spend a few days with professional stuntmen on the set of Pirates Of The Caribbean, who throw themselves off things for a living. Did Pat reveal a secret talent?
20 TV shows that jumped the shark
It's hard to know when a TV show has lived too long, but a good rule of thumb is that if you are waterskiing over a shark, it's time to call it a day.
Jumping the shark: how long should a TV show run for?
How many seasons is too many? Is it better for the TV series you know and love to bow out with dignity, or limp along until the bitter end?
Why Is There So Much Reality TV?
Last week we asked where the scripted drama on Australian TV was. And this week we present the answer: reality TV ate it. Or did it?