Celebrating 175 Years of Victoria
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Politicians and writers, historians and TV personalities, sporting stars and local heroes come together for lively nights of banter and celebration. Under the watchful guidance of quiz-mistress extraordinaire Jane Clifton, we uncover the fascinating and surprising facts about Victoria, and celebrate this demisemiseptcentennial occasion in style!
Featuring our Guests Gerard Callinan Noni Hazlehurst Dave O’Neil Scott Rossetti Josh Earl and Melinda Buttle
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Josh Earl is a comedian with a very weird family. His latest show for children is called My Family is Weider Than Your Family. And believe us, he's not lying.
Scott Rossetti is the mayor of the Wellington Shire Council.
Gerard Callinan is a broadcaster with ABC Gippsland.
Dave O'Neil has been a fixture of Australian comedy for more than 20 years including appearances on Spicks and Specks and Randling.
Noni Hazlehurst is one of Australia’s favourite actors and presenters.
Mel Buttle is a comedian and writer. She has a weekly column in the Courier Mail and has written for ABC’s Ronny Chieng International Student, the Drum, ABC3’s You’re Skitting Me, Please Like Me and Network Ten’s This Week Live. Mel has also appeared on Network Ten’s The Project and as a weekly guest on This Week Live, ABC TV’s Tractor Monkeys, Back Seat Drivers and The Weekly with Charlie Pickering.
It’s time to celebrate 175 years of Victoria. How well do you know the State We’re In, the past and present of Victoria? To mark this significant anniversary, the Wheeler Centre takes the show on the road for four big nights across October to four big destinations.