For the very special debut episode of series 5 of Home Delivery, multi-award winning actor Sam Neill takes Julia Zemiro back to New Zealand's South Island to visit the places that helped shape his life & career.
Julia Zemiro travels around Australia to take some of her favourite people down memory lane. Julia is joined on the road this week by academic and media commentator Susan Carland to coincide with International Women's Day.
Julia Zemiro takes Kerry O'Brien back to his childhood in suburban Brisbane. Kerry speaks candidly about his difficult relationship with the Brothers at St Laurence's College and the long term effects of a career in journalism.
It's a long way from LA to Sydney's Castle Hill. Rebel Wilson and Julia visit family and former haunts, and discuss how she overcame severe shyness before blossoming into the high achiever she is today.
Fast bowling legend Glenn McGrath takes Julia back to the family farm, local school & other locations that led the once shy country boy from the small town of Narromine to the very top of the cricketing world.
Stan Grant has had huge success as a foreign correspondent, but his recent commentary on Indigenous affairs at home has struck a chord. He takes Julia back to Griffith NSW and reflects on his life and career.
One of our favourite performers, Denise Scott, takes Julia home to Melbourne's Greensborough where she reveals a thoroughly suburban childhood that blossomed into an extraordinary gift for comedy & storytelling.
Lawyer Geoffrey Robertson takes Julia back to the home he grew up in, and together they visit the school and university that set the Epping Public schoolboy on his way to fight for justice and human rights around the world.
Miranda Tapsell takes Julia back to the Northern Territory to reflect on a sometime troubling but ultimately triumphant journey from a tiny town in Kakadu to the bright lights and red carpets of a decorated acting career.
Actor and satirist Greig Pickhaver takes Julia back to Adelaide to revisit the locations that led from a claustrophobic family life to the world of imagination and creativity that gave the world the comic genius of HG Nelson.
Julia and Ian Thorpe visit the pool where he trained, chat to his old friend and training partner Christian, return to his school, Milperra Public, and visit Les Motto, who was his boxing coach during his early 20s.
Matt Lucas, the star of Little Britain takes Julia back to the 'burbs of London and his old schools. It's a rare interview with a famously private performer who prefers quiet nights at home to red carpet openings.
Alan Davies, star of QI and Jonathan Creek, opens up to Julia about his appalling childhood, how it's taken him many years to reconcile losing his mother at age six, and his fraught relationship with his father.
Julia visits Carcoar in Central West NSW with Paralympian Kurt Fearnley. She meets his parents, his teacher and mentor. As they climb a nearby hill, he tells how he used to crawl up the hill with his best mate.
Jo Brand is one of Julia's comic idols, so the chance to take her home to Kent was very exciting. Jo is one of the UK's most popular standup comedians, known from appearances on QI and her sitcom, Getting On.
Waleed Aly is a lawyer, writer, columnist and lecturer, and is considered one of the country's foremost thinkers. He is an influential voice on matters as varied as sport, politics, theology, science and religion.
Billy Bragg, known as the Bard of Barking, is one of contemporary music's most prolific singer/songwriters. Billy shows Julia the streets of his childhood in north east London and his beloved primary school.
Ita Buttrose has been involved in the media since she was 16. She invites Julia along to revisit her childhood home and her school, as she reflects on being single, public advocacy and working with Kerry Packer.
Matt Moran's path from school drop-out to celebrity chef and TV presenter is a testament to his drive and ambition. Matt's talent and competitive streak saw him become a head chef and running his very own restaurant at 22.
Julia Zemiro returns to walk our favourite funny people down memory lane, and back home to their old stomping ground. This opening episode she collects Dave Hughes in his hometown of Warrnambool on the Victorian coast.
Julia Zemiro returns to walk our favourite funny people down memory lane, and back home to their old stomping ground. This week she heads to the north of England for a day trip with famous Geordie man, Ross Noble.
Julia Zemiro returns to walk our favourite funny people down memory lane, and back home to their old stomping ground. This week she visits Gosford with Julia Morris to discuss singing into a hairbrush, amongst other things.
Julia Zemiro walks our favourite funny people down memory lane, and back home to their old stomping ground. This week she joins Sam Simmons in his hometown of Adelaide, as he recalls his sometimes difficult childhood.
Julia Zemiro walks our favourite funny people down memory lane, and back home to their old stomping ground. This week she is in the Welsh holiday town of Porthcawl with Brit Comedy Award winner Ruth Jones.
Julia meets one of her idols, actor and comedian Noeline Brown. The pair take a trip from Noeline's Southern Highlands country home to her working class roots in inner city Sydney where she enjoyed an idyllic childhood.
Take a trip down memory lane with agitator John Safran, to his childhood roots in Melbourne. Along the way Julia and John talk about life and the forces that have shaped one of our most accomplished storytellers.