Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery returns to ABC on Wednesday, 3 February at 8pm.
In the most diverse series yet, Zemiro travels around Australia to take some of her favourite people down memory lane. Joining her on the road for this 10-part series will be well-known faces from the worlds of comedy, journalism, entertainment, arts and sport. As always the interviews are intimate, candid and Zemiro’s guests reveal parts of their life story that were until now unknown to viewers.
The series launches with Kerry O’Brien. In this revealing episode, Zemiro takes O’Brien back to his childhood in suburban Brisbane. O’Brien speaks candidly about his difficult and troubled relationship with the Brothers at St Laurence’s College and the long-term effects of a career in journalism.
Australia’s international comedy superstar Rebel Wilson is next up, followed by cricketing legend Glenn McGrath. The fourth episode features arguably Australia’s greatest intellectual export Geoffrey Robertson. Also opening up to Zemiro in the series are artist Ben Quilty, TV stalwart Kerri–Anne Kennerley, Logie Award-winning actress Miranda Tapsell and comedians Greig Pickhaver (HG Nelson) and Denise Scott. Along the way Zemiro springs the odd surprise and calls on parents, friends and old school mates to share their own stories about her guests
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