TV Report 17 June 2024: Tracy Grimshaw returns to Nine with Do You Want To Live Forever

Do you want to live forever tv report

The Project spoke to Ariarne Titmus.

TV Report 17 June 2024:

Nine TV Report

Do You Want To Live Forever

Nine’s evening began with the premiere of Tracy Grimshaw’s new show, Do You Want To Live Forever.

Hosts Grimshaw and Dr Nick Coatsworth lead viewers on a quest for longevity. The program met 8 everyday Australians who embark on a 12-week experiment to see if they can wind back their body clocks and add years.

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, the program met a doctor who has inherited $24 million of a terminally ill patient’s estate and met with residents who are outraged as dumpers use private property as a local tip.

Seven TV Report

Dream Home

On Seven, Dream Home saw Lara give Taeler a taste of her own medicine with a revenge shop that dims the lights on Taeler.

Home and Away

Before Dream Home was Home and Away as Mali discovered the truth about Iluka, Kirby’s date goes cold on her and Bronte steps up her manipulation.

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 reported on protests as the Chinese Premier met Anthony Albanese, spoke to Ariarne Titmus on going to her second Olympics and also spoke to stars of the new Despicable Me film Will Ferrell, Kristen Wiig and Steve Carell.

MasterChef Australia

On 10’s MasterChef, the mega Mystery Box of the episode included the most ingredients ever as the cooks had just 30 minutes to pull of a winning dish, with the bottom three sending their makers into a pressure test.

Have You Been Paying Attention?

Have You Been Paying Attention saw Marty Sheargold, Melanie Bracewell, Alex Ward, Ed Kavalee and Sam Pang all compete to see who’s been paying attention the most with host Tom Gleisner and special guest quizmaster Mariafe Artacho del Solar.



On 7:30, Sarah Ferguson interviewed Liberal Senator James Paterson and Britain’s second-largest city is so far in debt it’s struggling to keep streetlights on.


Amazing Railway Adventures Nick Knowles

From the Viking capital of Trondheim, through tree-lined fjords and snow-capped mountain scenery, Nick Knowles travels north through pretty Mosjoen with its brightly painted wooden waterfront houses to the coastal city of Bodo.

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