Sir Michael Parkinson returns to our screens from a five-year absence to host a new series where he welcomes an array of guests from across the artistic spectrum. And, in his inimitable style, embarks on a fascinating and intimate insight into their careers, which have set them apart from their contemporaries and propelled them to the very top of their field.
On the last leg of their journey, Bruce interviews actor Jo Turner in Adelaide, helping him make the decision to combine his law studies with his great passion: acting. Next, in Roxby Downs they interview John Read, whose work with mining companies and indigenous communities is transforming degraded desert by ridding it of introduced flora and fauna. At Uluru, the last interview of the journey is with inspirational Aboriginal elder Bob Randall, whose intensely moving story provokes a strong reaction in Brynn and she is invited to come and work with the community at Mutijulu.
After watching their favourite television programme, 'Detective Potato', Peppa and George want to be famous detectives too. So, Daddy Pig gives them a mystery to solve. Teddy is hidden and Peppa and George try to find him.