I hope you are going well too.
Yes, like you the ABC, and a little SBS are the ones I'll watch, though even that is seldom. Some NPR radio can be good too (such as the now finished "News from Lake Wobegone")
I ended up being more interested in the technical side. When I first went to uni I studied drama, but, we went to the same place and mixed with the NIDA students for productions, and I found my performance skills were close to zero in comparison. As I result I was given lighting position and control, and a bit of set design (though that was pretty sparse due to lack of props and carpentry.) I can't say I was another Yoshi Tosa either:(
I still maintain a ongoing interest in theater, particularly the absurd. I also relish ABC podcasts which make the time go quicker when traveling - plus have their own interest too. Things like Big Ideas, All in the Mind, the Science Show and so on.
I'd imagine you might turn out interviewer for some of these in time. Does that appeal?
Being a previous generation I've always had a lot of time for actors who were in WW2, Alec Guinness, Jimmy Stewart and Marcel Marceau for example.
Do you happen to have favorite actors?