TV Report 24 June 2024: Vicky Cheng tests the MasterChef contestants’ memory

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The Project spoke to Austin Butler.

TV Report 24 June 2024:

Nine TV Report

Do You Want To Live Forever

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

Dr Nick Coatsworth leads participants Liberty and Eliza through the chilling experience of cryotherapy. Amidst subzero temperatures, they delve into the science behind cryotherapy’s potential health benefits.

A Current Affair

Over on A Current Affair, the program met with a domestic violence survivor helping other victims escape harm’s way and spoke to a Queensland pensioner in a sour council battle over his roadside fruit stall.

Seven TV Report

Dream Home

On Seven, Dream Home saw the Queensland teams look at their fully transformed dream homes, and after the reveals, the couples headed back to work in Sydney, where a stormy build awaited them. 

Home and Away

Before Dream Home was Home and Away as Mackenzie and Levi’s nightmare continued and Leah had terrible news for Irene.

10 TV Report

The Project

The Project on 10 reported on the first Muslim female boxer to represent Australia at the Olympics, investigated how Holly Valance pivoted into politics and spoke to Austin Butler about his new movie, The Bikeriders.

MasterChef Australia

On 10’s MasterChef, after a demonstration from Michelin-starred chef Vicky Cheng, three cooks had to recreate his dish, from memory alone, and the winner claimed immunity from this week’s elimination.

Have You Been Paying Attention?

Have You Been Paying Attention saw Guy Montgomery, Bron Lewis, Claire Hooper, Ed Kavalee and Sam Pang all compete to see who’s been paying attention the most with host Tom Gleisner and special guest quizmaster Dean Lewis.



On 7:30, experts say Aussie school students are at risk of sexual exploitation as AI deepfake pornographic image platforms become more common. Sarah Ferguson also interviewed actor Austin Butler.


Amazing Railway Adventures Nick Knowles

From Lao Cai on the Chinese border, via the misty mountains around Sa Pa, Nick Knowles is heading south on a sleeper train to bustling Hanoi. From there he travels on to the port at Haiphong, gateway to Ha Long Bay.

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