The brand new series of Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery premieres on ABC on Wednesday 1 February at 8.00pm.
The show is a documentary series in which the playful and entertaining Julia Zemiro walks notable people down memory lane. Each episode begins with Julia and her companion driving back to their old stomping ground. They travel through time, all the while talking about life’s big questions including the past, present and future.
This series features revealing and surprising interviews with actor Sam Neill, Olympian Cathy Freeman, musicians Kasey Chambers and Colin Hay, media heavyweights Lee Lin Chin and Annabel Crabb, former journo and current senator Derryn Hinch, academic Susan Carland and comedians Tim Ferguson and Ronny Chieng. Julia travels from South Australia to Far North Queensland, from Dunedin to Singapore.
Julia is an interviewer of great charm, wit and depth. She puts her guests at ease with her genuine curiosity and warmth, and they respond by opening up and sharing parts of their lives not usually revealed.
Each trip back in time is as different as the guests themselves. Some can’t wait to walk through the door of a place that will always feel like home, some want to run away, and for others the family home is where Mum and Dad still live now. Walking the corridors of a former school brings up happy memories for many, while others step with trepidation through hallways that are full of ghosts. For all of them, returning to the scenes of their formative years is a powerful experience, sometimes overwhelmingly joyous, sometimes bittersweet.
A Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder production.
Presenter and co-producer Julia Zemiro.
CJZ Executive Producer Nick Murray.
CJZ Executive Producer / Director Damian Davis.
Series Producer Polly Connolly.
Producer Nick Price.
ABC Executive Producer Richard Huddleston.
ABC Head of Entertainment Jon Casimir.
Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery on Wednesday 1 February at 8.00pm on ABC.
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