June 14th, 2008
Episode 30 of 256 episodes
Brian McFarlane reviews Rats and Cats, a new series of books about screen adaptations from A&C Black Norton, and the latest edition of The Encyclopedia of British Film; we pay tribute to Australian actor Lloyd Lamble, who died on April 10, aged 94; Simone Ubaldi reviews The Band’s Visit; The Melbourne International Animation Festival runs from 16-22 June at ACMI and we talk to Karl Cohen about San Francisco Bay Area Historical; Simone Ubaldi and Paul Byrne review M. Night Shyamalan’s latest offering, The Happening; Nick Matteo reviews a couple of Channel 31 (Melbourne) programs - The Shtick (Monday, 10.30pm), The Bazura Project (Saturday, 10.30pm) and Marngrook Footy Show (Thursday 8pm)
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