The Project May 16-20

This week The Project has  Mick Fanning, Jamie Oliver, Ian Thorpe and  Michael McIntyre.

We speak with the UK’s biggest selling comedian Michael McIntyre. Michael has ticket sales in excess of 400,000 under his belt for his last tour, with his 2015 comedy dates earning him the prestigious keys to London’s O2 Arena after an astonishing 27 performances, more than One Direction and Take That. We speak to Michael about his stellar career.

Olympic swimming hero Ian Thorpe drops by to talk about his latest project. We will find out what he has been up to.

Surfing great Mick Fanning joins us live at the desk to talk about his remarkable career. Mick may be taking a year away from the surf but he hasn’t been idle. Mick and his mates have just opened aboutique brewing company, Balter Brewing on the Gold Coast. Mick will join over 400 craft beer makers at this year’s Great Australasian Beer SpecTAPular, where he will open the festival by ringing the bell.

We chat with the stars of X-Men: Apocalypse ahead of the film’s release next week. Jennifer Lawrence and James McAvoy will be chatting about their starring roles in the latest edition of the global smash hit franchise.

We celebrate Food Revolution Day on Friday. Now in its fifth year, the day aims to draw focus to the dual global issues of malnutrition and obesity. We speak to the founder of the revolution Jamie Oliver.

Plus Steve Price, Fifi Box, Gretel Killeen, Mia Freedman, Anthony “Lehmo” Lehmann, Gorgi Coghlan and Meshel Laurie are with us across the week.

The Project airs 6:30 pm weeknights on Ten