TV Tonight is Australia's leadding TV blog with ratings, reviews, gudies, coming soon, lounge, links and news..
David Knox reviews and commentary have appeared in a number of radio, print and online media including tv.com, City Search, The Age Green Guide, The Sunday Age, Herald Sun, The Australian, Daily Telegraph, Mediaweek, Evolution Newspapers, A Current Affair, Radio National, 3AW, Nova, ABC Perth, ABC Qld, ABC Central Coast, 6PR, JOY 94.9, SBS and Screen Hub.
David has interviewed many leading actors, writers, producers and executives including Russell T. Davies, Toni Collette, David Mott, Tim Worner, Michael Healy, Kim Dalton, Matt Campbell, Tracy Grimshaw, Andrew Denton, Robson Green, Margaret Pomeranz, Shaun Micallef, Andrew G, Daniel McPherson, Rove McManus, Val Lehman, Adam Hills, Phil Keoghan, Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Ian Smith, Robyn Butler, Bert Newton, Bill Collins, Jackie Woodburne, Gary Coleman, Virginia Trioli, Michael Caton, John Safran, Ricki Lee, Adam Boland, Tim Campbell, Rodger Corser, James Morrison, Merrick & Rosso, Lawrence Leung, John Edwards, Dan Meenan, Kelly Lefever, Andrew Knight, Greg Haddrick, Peter Abbott and more..
He has an Advanced Diploma in Screenwriting and was the founding Artistic Director of ScreenPlay at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, where his acclaimed script reading programme has featured everyone from John Wood to Nadine Garner. He also served on the board of the Australian Screenwriters Conference.
David talks to those in the know on a daily basis so TV Tonight can bring you news, ratings, advance guide info, Australian previews, gossip and his best picks.
Programming information on this site are Melbourne-based, for other cities please check either Advance Guides or the online guide provided by Ice TV. News considered 'Spoilers' are published after airing on the Australian Eastern Coast, unless with a warning.
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