The Project March 11-15

This week The Project has a bit of everything.

To celebrate the Adelaide Fringe Festival, from Monday to Wednesday, we’ll be crossing to Carrie Bickmore live at the Garden of Unearthly Delights in Adelaide.

Stopping by for a chat with Carrie on Monday night is Fringe Festival funnyman Wil Anderson talking about his latest show. Carrie catches up with The Project regular Natasha Stott Despoja to chat about their day at the Adelaide Cup, and we’ll find out if they backed a winner.

On Tuesday night, we look at the Childcare Crisis affecting parents around Australia. We speak to a young mum who works part time and has done the sums: childcare costs her more than she earns to be at work. Direct from the Adelaide Fringe Festival, Pete Helliar joins Carrie at the Garden of Unearthly Delights for a chat and Carrie visits the year 11 students at the Mercedes Catholic College in Adelaide. We get their views on the top stories of the day.

Our US Entertainment reporter Hyla, speaks to the stars of The Incredible Burt Wonderstone – Steve Carrell, Jim Carey, Steve Buscemi and Olivia Wilde – on Wednesday. Don’t miss Thursday’s show as Sam Mac takes you behind the scenes on The Biggest Loser: The Next Generation and the original supermodel Jerry Hall is our special guest in studio. We cross to Lehmo at the Grand Prix as he prepares to take part in the celebrity race up against TEN News presenters Hamish Macdonald and Magdalena Roze.

We wrap up the week with Andrew Gunsberg sitting down with Bruce Willis to chat about the latest Die Hard instalment, A Good Day to Die Hard. We’ll cross to Samuel Johnson on his epic 15,000km unicycle adventure around Australia. Sam hopes to raise $1 million for breast cancer charities as a promise to his sister, who is currently fighting a losing battle with this disease.

For all this and more, join Carrie Bickmore, Charlie Pickering and Dave Hughes on The Project.

6:30pm weeknights on TEN.

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