Katy Perry, Niall Horan, Nazeem Hussain, Phil Jamieson, Daniel Portman, Eugene Simon all appear on a huge week of The Project.
He is one of our favourite comedians and on Monday night, funny man Nazeem Hussain drops by to chat about his latest stand-up show and his Netflix series, Bill Nye Saves the World.
Australia’s much-loved family drama Offspring makes its highly-anticipated return to television next week. Kat Stewart and Richard Davies join the desk on Wednesday night to chat about what’s next for the Proudman family ahead of the season seven premiere this week .
Aussie grunge band Grinspoon’s outstanding debut album,Guide To Better Living turns 20 this September. The band have announced they will perform the album on a massive national tour, taking in regional areas and cities alike, and basically touring like it’s 1997 again. On Thursday night, the band’s colourful lead singer Phil Jamieson chats about their classic album which has been re-issued in a deluxe format and a coloured vinyl edition.
The panel catch up with Niall Horan on Thursday night (get ready One Directioners) about his amazing solo career and the release of his second smash single, Slow Hands, which is already certified platinum in Australia. Niall will also talk about the progress of his first solo album due for release later this year.
Pop sensation Katy Perry is in the country to chat about her latest album, Witness, which is riding high on the charts around the world. Having recently performed at the One Love Manchester charity concert alongside Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber and Coldplay, Katy reflects on that very special day.
Also on Friday, the stars of the hit television series Game Of Thrones, Daniel Portman and Eugene Simon, join the desk.
Plus Tommy Little, Steve Price, Fifi Box, Gretel Killeen, Rachel Corbett, Gorgi Coghlan, Meshel Laurie and Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann join the panel across the week.
The Project airs 6:30pm weeknights on Ten