Disney, the US studio which owns the mega-hit Frozen, has unveiled the first details of the musical's journey from Hollywood to the Broadway stage.
Susan Wyndham Translator honoured by the French; a Jules Verne classic from Australia; new life for critics' prize
Linda Morris Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is already smashing records.
Jason Steger Tanner's home from home; optimism about print; when Dimitris met Laurie; and the PEN boss comes to town.
Mary Ward She put her foot in it.
Michael Idato The BBC has unveiled a final lineup of seven presenters for its flagship motoring program Top Gear, including two international racing drivers and American actor Matt LeBlanc.
Ross Southerwood Poor and sparsely populated Portugal led other European nations in voyages of discovery and acqusition of foreign territory.
ANTONY PITTS is a composer and conductor, and formerly BBC senior producer and senior lecturer at the Royal Academy of Music. Founder of British ensemble Tonus Peregrinus, he is now artistic director of The Song Company in Australia. His latest work, inspired by Alexander Litvinenko, is Requiem for the Time of the End.
Catherine Armitage Melbourne academic Benjamin Habib didn't think twice when he was invited to talk about North Korea's recent rocket launch on live TV. But it turned out to be "the worst public embarrassment of my career".
Jenna Clarke Kristin Davis has taken a not-so-subtle jab at Sunrise, by sharing a knowing 'wink' with rival show host Lisa Wilkinson, after the actor took part in a train wreck segment on Channel Seven's breakfast program.