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Darren McMullen moves to Seven for new music quiz show | @Channel7 @darrenmcmullen

NewsKevin Perry

The Seven Network has confirmed former host of The Voice, Darren McMullen will host a new music entertainment format The Big Music Quiz


Saturday Arvo Racing returns to Flemington this weekend with Australian Cup

SportKevin Perry

Saturday Arvo Racing is back at Flemington this weekend for the Group 1 weight-for-age Australian Cup and the $1.25m Newmarket Handicap. 


Rio-bound Matildas v China - Tonight on 7Mate & Plus7 | @TheMatildas

SportKevin Perry

Having booked their ticket to the Rio Olympics with a nail-biting 2-1 win, the Matildas now face China broadcast LIVE Tonight on 7mate and PLUS7.


Casting 'Villains' a Reality TV Poisoned Chalice | #MKR @mykitchenrules

OpinionGuest Contributor

It seems the current casting trend among Australian reality TV shows but this writer firmly believes putting inherently 'nasty' characters in a program cycle can either be ratings gold or completely polarising to the audience.


Martin Bryant: Inside The Mind of a Monster - Sunday Night on Seven | @sundaynighton7

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Martin Bryant
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Port Arthur. The location is seared forever in the national consciousness.

35 dead. The scale of the killing shocked and horrified us all.

Martin Bryant. Australia’s worst mass murderer.

We know precisely where it happened. We know how many people died. We know that scores more were seriously injured, that so many families were shattered that day. And we know who was responsible.

What we don’t know is precisely what motivated Bryant to kill and kill again. Nor do we know how he accounted for his killing spree once he was arrested and charged. That is, until now.

Startling new video has emerged along with chilling first person accounts never before seen or heard that have enabled Sunday Night to build the most definitive picture of one of the nation’s darkest days.

Why so many victims? How did Bryant explain his actions? Was he chasing infamy? Was he contrite? Did he comprehend the magnitude of his crimes?

This Sunday Night major event features new, deeply personal and detailed accounts of Martin Bryant – the man and his motivations – from those who came to be closest to him in the days, weeks and months that followed the Port Arthur atrocity. They’re men who got inside the mind of a monster.

And what they found there was shocking, unbearably so.

We’ll also hear from the girlfriend who was showered with money and proposals by a simple, illiterate loner harbouring a terrifying murderous intent. And in never-before-seen video, hidden from the public and obtained by Sunday Night, we’ll see and hear arguably the most authoritative account of all.

Sunday Night’s Mike Willesee leads this powerful and important investigation as Australians continue to crave answers to the big questions still surrounding this appalling crime 20 years on.

This SUNDAY NIGHT Major Event hosted by Melissa Doyle airs on Sunday, March 6 at 8.30pm on Seven.


Lleyton Hewitt ready for Davis Cup comeback! This weekend on Seven | @7Tennis

SportKevin Perry

Lleyton Hewitt is on standby to come out of retirement as playing captain, with Nick Kyrgios withdrawn due to illness from the Davis Cup that will be live on Channel 7, 7TWO and the 7Tennis app starting tomorrow.


REPORT: Hamish and Andy to sign new TV Deal with Seven

NewsKevin Perry

The multi-year deal will see them produce a series of TV specials in the lead-up to the Rio Olympics in August


Seven gets back in the water with new reality competition Cannonball | @Channel7

NewsKevin Perry

The Seven Network has confirmed it has commissioned ITV Studios Australia to produce an Australian version of Cannonball.


Adriano Zumbo to host Just Desserts Reality Series for Seven | @Channel7

NewsKevin Perry

Adriano Zumbo
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Australia’s very own Willy Wonka - Adriano Zumbo – has been confirmed as host for Channel Seven’ newest cooking reality series.

Zumbo’s Just Desserts will search for Australia’s sweetest home cooks. Under Zumbo’s watchful eye, amateur dessert makers will put their sweet making skills to the test. Who will rise to the challenge? And who will crumble?

After The Great Australian Bake Off broke ratings records for Foxtel last year, its no surprise that a commercial network would try a series focused on desserts.

Adriano Zumbo is one of Australia’s most celebrated patissiers. He has previously hosted his own series on SBS and made regular guest appearances on Masterchef.

From his melt-in-the-mouth Zumbarons to his show-stopping croquembouche, his sweet creations are legendary.

The Prince of Pastries says he’s looking forward to unearthing the country’s best sweet makers.

“Who doesn’t love desserts? It’s everyone’s favourite course and this show will be a trip into my wonderful world of pastry,” Zumbo said. “I can’t wait to share my latest sweet creations – they’re out of this world!”

Zumbo’s Just Desserts - an original concept from the makers of My Kitchen Rules will commence production in May and will air later this year on Seven.


Rachel Khoo joins judging line-up on My Kitchen Rules | @mykitchenrules @rkhooks

NewsKevin Perry

My Kitchen Rules has extended the dinner invitation to a new judge with Rachel Khoo set to dine alongside contestants in their homely instant restaurants.