This week The Project has Jimmy Barnes, Tina Arena, Shaun Micallef and Andrew Denton.
We never know what to expect when comedian and author Shaun Micallef drops by for a chat, but we will find out on Monday night when he joins us to talk about his latest project.
One of the country’s most respected performers, Tina Arena, will join us in the studio to talk about the release of her new album, Eleven.
Robyn Butler speaks to us about her latest film, Now Add Honey. Starring Portia De Rossi, the movie is an uplifting, laugh-out-loud family comedy that celebrates women and girls being who they want to be.
Steve Vizard joins us to talk about his new play, The Last Man Standing. Written by Steve in collaboration with his good friend Paul Grabowsky, Steve will join us on Wednesday night as our guest co-host to tell us all about it.
Comedian, producer and presenter Andrew Denton joins us to talk about a topic very close to his heart – voluntary assisted death. While thousands of Australians are dying a painful and sometimes lonely death, there have been several attempts to introduce laws to allow people to die with dignity. Andrew joins us to talk about this very important issue.
Aussie rocker and Cold Chisel front man Jimmy Barnes is back. We chat to him about the band’s latest album, The Perfect Crime, and their upcoming national tour when he joins us as our special guest co-host on Thursday night.
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