Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt (Size: 3.92 GB) (Files: 14)
Torrent downloaded from Demonoid.com.txt
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SAME AS THE OTHER ONE BUT HAS A WORKING TRACKER!!!! HASH IS THE SAME
Series 3 Of Frontline - Australian Comedy by The Late Show crew.
I have put all of series 3 into one torrent file as opposed to the bits and peices of it on here. (Series 3 as requested on Aussietorrents)
The names have beed kept the same as the original torrents I downloaded. Just put partially compleded files or complete files into the directory Frontline Series 3 and you should be able to continue with what you have.
Dick On The Line
Episode 3.1 (27)
February 24, 1997
It's the end of another successful season at Frontline, but after three years at the helm, Mike Moore is not happy. He feels the show has become lightweight, obsessed with ratings rather than serious public issues. It is time to make a stand.
Guest Stars: Stuart Littlemore, George Negus
Episode 3. 2 (28)
March 3, 1997
After giving a talk at a school, Mike becomes concerned that Frontline is presenting a negative view of young people. He sets out to fix the problem, but runs into a slight problem his executive producer, Graham Prowse. As Prowsey would say, its an episode "no parent can afford to miss."
Guest Stars: Greg Evans
The Shadow We Cast
Episode 3.3 (29)
March 10, 1997
When an independent Queensland MP makes a controversial maiden speech, the Frontline Team swings into action. "Where does she get her prejudiced views from?" demands Mike, before introducing another story on Vietnamese heroin dealers.
Guest Stars: Pauline Hanson, Noel Pearson
One Rule For One
Episode 3.4 (30)
March 17, 1997
After attacking a dubious property developer on air, Mike starts to receive death threats. Prowsey arranges for a bodyguard for Mike's protection, but, Mike is less than happy with this arrangement.
A Hole In The Heart, Part 1
Episode 3.5 (31)
March 24, 1997
A media frenzy breaks out after Marty does a story on a young New Guinea boy in need of an operation. Using every trick in the book, Prowsey battles to keep the story exclusive to Frontline.
A Hole In The Heart, Part 2
Episode 3.6 (32)
March 31, 1997
Mike is excited about playing a charity golf game with Ian Baker-Finch until he finds out he is not in the main group. Meanwhile, Brooke drops a bombshell.
Guest Star: Ian Baker-Finch
The Simple Life
Episode 3.7 (33)
April 7, 1997
Mike is seen bidding at a luxury house auction, buying high-priced art and even make it into BRW's "Richest Entertainers List", coming in behind The Wiggles. Meanwhile, Brooke is busy playing up community outrage over her story on a family of unemployed teenagers. Frontline's audience hate these kids and perceived them to be all lazy dole bludgers. "So we fix the perception?" asks Emma. "No", replies Prowse, "We feed it."
I Get The Big Names
Episode 3.8 (34)
April 14, 1997
Mike is convinced the only reason he gets the big name guests is because he is such a good interviewer; but does Mike get the big names, or do the big names get him?
The Art Of The Interview
Episode 3.9 935)
April 21, 1997
An up and coming executive producer seeks advice from Prowse on what makes Mike such a good interviewer. With a little help from Emma and Marty, they dissect the "Art Of The Interview". Over his years at the Frontline desk, Mike Moore has become a master interviewer, whether it's sucking up to a sports star, or nailing a crooked politician, Mike has a trick for every occasion. Is it any wonder they call him "The Velvet Hammer"?
Guest Stars: Jeremy Sims, John Pasquarelli
Episode 3.10 (36)
April 28, 1997
A new researcher discovers the truth that in current affairs ego rules. Meanwhile, Mike is working on a book about himself. This episode explores the notion that journalism today is increasingly about self-promotion; journalists don't want to be reporters, they want to be stars. Mike, Brooke and Marty are all suffering from "I" disease.
Guest Star: Doug Aiton
Addicted To Fame
Episode 3.11 (37)
May 5, 1997
Mike decides to reduce his public profile, but soon finds it hard living without publicity. Meanwhile Geoffrey Slater finally gets a show of his own with amazing results. As much as people in the public eye complain about the pressures of stardom and the constant demands of publicity, the fact is most of them are hooked on it. Mike discovers his addiction to fame when he tries going "cold turkey".
Guest Star: Bryce Courtney
Episode 3.12 (38)
May 12, 1997
Mike is furious when Friday night funny man Elliot Rhodes offends a colleague, and he decides to have him sacked. Meanwhile Marty is given his toughest assignment yet a story on Mike. Behind the veneer of friendliness, TV can be a very cruel world. The only way those in it survive is by sticking to "The Code" pretending they're all great mates. But what happens when someone breaks the code?
Guest Stars: Franklyn Ajaye, Toni Collette, Samantha Fox, Trevor Marmalade, Tony Martin, Mick Molloy, Geoffrey Rush
Episode 3.13 (39)
May 19, 1997
Mike wants to make his mark as a journalist, and decides to tackle the problem of Aboriginal health. But Prowse has other ideas. Meanwhile for Brooke wedding bells are in the air.
Guest Star: Kerry O'Brien