The Project: Feb 25 – Mar 1

By David Knox on February 24, 2013 / Filed Under Programming 6

2013-02-24_0014This week on The Project guests include Megan Mullally, Denise Scott, Judith Lucy, Jennifer Hawkins, Ronan Keating and Russell Peters.

On Monday night, The Project is thrilled to have Will & Grace star, Megan Mullally as our guest co-host. World famous for her iconic role as the irrepressible and fabulously absurd Karen Walker, the Emmy Award winning star joins the panel to talk about her celebrated career and her first-ever tour of Australia with her show, An Evening with Megan Mullally

Two of the funniest women in comedy, Denise Scott and Judith Lucy, join us live at the desk on Tuesday night ahead of their Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne Comedy Festival shows.

On Wednesday night, we continue our inspiring stories in support of the Donate Life campaign to help raise awareness of organ donation, and glamour girl Jennifer Hawkins joins us for a chat about life, love and fashion.

Irish singing sensation and honorary Aussie, Ronan Keating, joins us live at the desk on Thursday night to chat about his new film, Goddess, which also stars Pia Miranda and Magda Szubanski.

On Friday night, we’ll cross to Samuel Johnson in Adelaide on his epic 15,000km unicycle adventure around Australia. Sam hopes to raise $1 million for breast cancer charities as a promise to his sister currently fighting a losing battle with this disease. Funnyman, Russell Peters joins us at the desk, while Lehmo takes us through the big stories of the week and HG Nelson wraps up the week in sport.

6.30pm weeknights on TEN.

6 Comments »

  1. kimmmy February 24, 2013 at 10:13 pm -

    I often forget to watch the project because of the stupid Simpson’s. We always had the ten news then the project, perfect!

  2. Leppie February 24, 2013 at 8:48 pm -

    Must not forget to watch this!

  3. Benno123 February 24, 2013 at 3:42 pm -

    I love Megan Mullally, but I only really know of her from Childrens Hospital and Party Down. Two excellent shows. I also hope that these gigs are talked about, if anything just to make people more aware of them.

    I never thought I’d say this but I might watch The Project this week.

  4. David Knox February 24, 2013 at 12:15 pm -

    W&G did not fail in Australia. Who told you that?

  5. bettestreep2008 February 24, 2013 at 11:53 am -

    I have never understood why W&G failed here in Australia.

    IMO it is one of the best sitcoms of all time.

    I have the complete DVD set and I can watch an episode right now and still laugh my head off.

    A lot of the credit goes to the writers and the 4 sensational cast members – especially Anastasia Beaverhousin.

  6. Craig February 24, 2013 at 10:22 am -

    Megan Mullally has done so much more since W&G.

    Childrens Hospital, Parks and Recreation, Party Down and Breaking In come to mind not to mention a few moves like Fame and Burlesque. I hope they talk about Megan’s other work before and after W&G.

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