This week The Project has e Rob Mills, Sandra Sully, Todd Sampson, and Sam Johnson.
One month on, we catch up with Sydney man Simon Cramp who was left clinging to life after being king-hit on a night out. We look at why our streets have become so unsafe and what we can do to stop the violence.
Half a million 18-to-24-year-olds are not enrolled to vote. We explore why young people don’t care about politics or politicians and chat to the experts who think caring is cool.
After operating for nearly a decade, Sustainable Farm Families, a health and well-being program that is saving farmers’ lives, could be scrapped. We speak to two families who say they would not be alive if it wasn’t for the program, so why have the Victorian Government decided to stop funding?
We have watched Rob ‘Millsy’ Mills shine on stage in hit musicals Legally Blonde and Wicked. Next week, Millsy joins us live at the desk to promote his new starring role in John Frost’s multi-million dollar Aussie production of Grease.
We also cross to Sandra Sully ahead of the premiere of TEN’s new crime series, Wanted.
From acclaimed filmmaker Guillermo Del Toro comes the science fiction action adventure movie, Pacific Rim. When legions of monstrous creatures known as Kaiju, start rising from the sea, a war begins. This week, our man in Hollywood, Hyla, chats with the film’s stars Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy), Idris Elba (Thor), Charlie Day (Horrible Bosses) and Ron Perlman (Sons of Anarchy).
He is the young Aussie hunter, and rising Youtube star taking on the wilderness with his bare hands. Next week, we meet the boy from Wollongong tipped to be our next wildlife warrior.
We also check in with another warrior on an epic adventure, where exactly is Sam Johnson? We get the latest on his Love Your Sister journey around Australia.
The always inspiring Todd Sampson is with us at the desk on Wednesday night, plus throughout the week we are joined by Dr Andrew Rochford, Nicole Livingstone, Steve Price, Dr Chris Brown, Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann and Waleed Ally. Not all at once of course. Plus, what does Kitty Flanagan have in store for us this week? Tune in to find out.
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