The Project July 22-26

Hugh Jackman, Toni Collette and Vinnie Jones are just some of the big names in store on The Project this week. 


We celebrate the release of Hugh Jackman’s latest film, The Wolverine, as Dave takes us behind the scenes and Myf Warhurst sits down with Hugh in New York.

English actor and former professional footballer Vinnie Jones joins us at the desk to talk about his amazing career on the field and on screen, including his most recent television role in TEN’s Elementary.

Alzheimer’s is a disease many people fear and one that costs the Australian economy $5 billion a year. We discover the best ways to reduce your risk as we speak to young people who have lost loved ones to the disease, including PJ Lane, son of the late Don Lane.

We meet Toowoomba teenager Alyssa Azar, who at the age of eight was the youngest person to trek the Kokoda Trail. Alyssa has climbed 10 of Australia’s highest mountains and now the 16-year-old is on a quest to become the youngest woman to climb Mount Everest.

Funnymen Tom Gleeson and Tommy Little join us at the desk to talk about TEN’s new live studio chat show, This Week Live, which premieres on Wednesday night.

Charlie Pickering sits down for an unforgettable interview with Toni Collette, talking about her latest film, The Way, Way Back. What could possibly go wrong during this interview? Tune in to find out.

Across the week we are joined by Gorgi Coghlan, Dr Andrew Rochford, Steve Price, Todd Sampson, Dr Chris Brown, Natasha Stott Despoja, Pete Helliar, Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann and Waleed Aly.

 6:30 weeknights on Ten

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