Media personality whose career spans prime-time TV shows and breakfast radio.
Langbroek also worked regularly as a script-writer on Australian television for over a decade, focusing primarily (but not exclusively) on sit-coms, sketch comedies, and soap operas. The programs for which she has written include Col'n Carpenter (1990), All Together Now (1991-1993), The Bob Morrison Show (1994), Us and Them (1995), Shark Bay (1996), Medivac (1996), Get a Life (1997), Full Frontal (1997), Neighbours (1994-1997), and The Big Schmooze (2000-2001).
'It's A Date is a comedy series exploring the trials and tribulations of the world of dating. The eight-part narrative comedy series features an extraordinary mix of Australia's most respected performers including Gold Logie award-winners Asher Keddie, Kate Ritchie, John Wood and Lisa McCune alongside stars of the stage and screen Stephen Curry, Sibylla Budd, Shane Jacobson, Sophie Lowe, Nadine Garner, Pia Miranda, Peter Helliar, Lawrence Mooney, Ian Smith, and from the UK, comedy superstar Ross Noble in a rare TV acting role. Alongside these seasoned performers are some of Australia's best emerging comedy talents including Jess Harris, Ronny Chieng, Kate McLennan, Luke McGregor and Nazeem Hussain.
'It's A Date explores the tension, expectation and complication of finding true love. Each episode thematically links two self-contained dates as they bravely head toward desire or disaster.
'Each new episode features a different cast tackling a different set of situations and addressing a new question
each week. Should you have sex on a first date? Does age matter? How accurate are first impressions? How important is honesty on a first date? These are just some of the questions and issues addressed in series one of It's A Date.' (Source: ABC 1 website)
A daily television drama series set in the fictional Melbourne suburb of Erinsborough, Neighbours chronicles the lives of the residents of Ramsay Street. The series initially revolved around three families: the Ramsays (at number 24 Ramsay Street), the Robinsons (at number 26), and the Clarkes (at number 28). The scope of the series has since broadened to include new Ramsay Street familes.