Top 40 Chart News
Monday December 7, 2009Peter Baker on the gruelling and competitive scene inside the White House situation room.
Sunday December 6, 2009Temperamental Britain's Got Talent phenomenon Susan Boyle may have the No. 1 album this week (and the highest first week sales in UK chart history), but unsurprisingly her audience is more of a CD-buying one, and the rushed-out debut Golden Rule only came in at number eight on the digital album charts.
Sunday December 6, 2009THIRD-party payments to footballers have come under renewed scrutiny from the AFL, placing the league at odds with its players' union and creating another hurdle in the contentious free agency negotiations.
Tuesday November 3, 2009FOREIGN CORRESPONDENT 8pm, ABC1
Monday August 17, 2009Broncos 58 Panthers 24
Monday October 27, 2008IT IS logical to assume that most Australians buy DVDs to recapture their pleasure in a movie they remember from the cinema or to catch up with a movie they didn't get round to seeing when it was first on. Logical, but wrong. There's much to be learnt about how Australians are changing from this chart, kindly supplied by the research organisation GfK marketing:
Thursday January 3, 2008Brian Nankervis takes a stroll down musical memory lane.
Sunday November 3, 2002THE mother of ambitious Sydney pop singer Hannah has revealed how she helped manipulate the ARIA Top 40 singles chart in a misguided attempt to further her daughter's career.
Thursday April 14, 1994On today's singles chart the most popular music is loud and fast, and everyone over 25 hates it. Is it heavy metal? Grunge? A punk revival? Nope. It's dance music. And for several years it's made up about half of Top 40 singles. Since the late '60s, record companies have relied on single