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#42

Murdoch Mysteries has been renewed for an 11th season. New episodes air on 13th Street first and later on 7TWO.


#43

###Get Arty

From 3 April 2017 at 7:00AM

Get Arty is a new project based children’s TV Art show that aims to encourage kids to get arty, use their imaginations to make and create.

All 12 presenters are accomplished artists with skills in many artistic genres. The only rule - their Get Arty project’s must be awesome! The hero shot must inspired kids to get involved.

The Get Arty brand represents imagination, creativity, fun, expression, inspiration, aspiration and inventiveness.


#44

This must be Seven’s first children’s show in many years?


#45

They have a few children’s shows still running on 7Two.


#46

Aren’t they repeats? I am talking about first children’s show commissioned or financed by Seven in many years.


#47

Is the Simon Reeve-presented It’s Academic still in production? If so, there’s at least one local children’s program on the Seven Network which still does new episodes.


#48

According to their catch-up site, yes. They are currently airing Season 18 episodes on 7TWO.

I could be mistaken, but I’m sure I remember reading somewhere that the series finished up in its 20th Season late last year.


#49

Beat Bugs Scores Emmy Nominations

Beat Bugs - from creator, Josh Wakely and seen globally on Netflix and backed as an original investor and partner by Seven Network Australia – has scored significant recognition with five nominations in this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards in the United States.

Seven Network partnered with Wakely’s company, Grace: A Storytelling Company, as the original investor and broadcast partner for Beat Bugs which features some of the most well-known Beatles songs woven into the narrative of each episode, with Eddie Vedder, P nk, James Bay, Sia, Robbie Williams, The Shins, Of Monsters and Men, Chris Cornell, Regina Spektor, Tori Kelly, Aloe Black, Frances, James Corden, Jennifer Hudson, Chris Cornell, and Rod Stewart each recording their rendition of an iconic song. Among the 52 11-minute episodes, songs featured include Help!, Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,and Magical Mystery Tour.

Commenting, Josh Wakely, said: "I am so grateful for this recognition. We had the privilege of bringing The Beatles songs to a new generation through a show that Seven and Netflix passionately believed in, and I thank the entire Beat Bugs team of extraordinary craftspeople and artists.”

Commenting, Therese Hegarty, Seven’s Director, Content Distribution & Rights, said: “These nominations add to the huge regard in which we hold our partnership with Josh and his team on the Beat Bugs project. Josh promised a creative vision that Seven was excited to support and he has delivered an extraordinary series to the global market that we are proud to be associated with.”

Beat Bugs is nominated in five categories for this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards in the United States.

• Outstanding Writing in a Preschool Animated Program
• Outstanding Directing in a Preschool Animated Program
• Outstanding Main Title and Graphic Designer
• Outstanding Sound Mixing - Preschool Animated Program
• Outstanding Sound Editing – Preschool Animated Program


#50

###The Hairy Bikers’ Pubs That Built Britain

From Sunday 9 April at 5:00PM

The Hairy Bikers unearth years of fascinating history hidden in Britain’s boozers.


#51

According to this week’s New Idea, Adam Dovile from Better Homes and Gardens is the host.


#52

Seven congratulates Beat Bugs

The Seven Network today acknowledged the continuing success of Josh Wakely and his team on Beat Bugs which has scored a coveted Emmy Award in the United States.

Beat Bugs - seen globally on Netflix and backed as an original investor and partner by Seven Network Australia – has scored significant recognition with an Emmy Award for outstanding writing, coupled with five nominations in this year’s Daytime Emmy Awards in the United States.

Seven Network partnered with Wakely’s company, Grace: A Storytelling Company, as the original investor and broadcast partner for Beat Bugs which features some of the most well-known Beatles songs woven into the narrative of each episode, with Eddie Vedder, P nk, James Bay, Sia, Robbie Williams, The Shins, Of Monsters and Men, Chris Cornell, Regina Spektor, Tori Kelly, Aloe Black, Frances, James Corden, Jennifer Hudson, Chris Cornell, and Rod Stewart each recording their rendition of an iconic song. Among the 52 11-minute episodes, songs featured include Help , Lucy In the Sky with Diamonds, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,and Magical Mystery Tour.

"I am humbled by this honour that the Academy has awarded Beat Bugs. We created this show in order to introduce The Beatles music to a new generation and bring its love-filled, timeless lessons to life on screen. None of this would have been possible without the belief of Seven, who curated and cared for the program from the very beginning. And of course, our extremely talented group of craftspeople, musicians, technicians and artists,” said Josh Wakely, Creator of Beat Bugs.

Commenting, Therese Hegarty, Seven’s Director, Content Distribution & Rights, said: “This is a fantastic recognition for Josh and his team on Beat Bugs. We loved the concept and Josh’s passion for it from the get-go. We are so proud to be a part of the continuing success and global recognition for Beat Bugs.”

Grace: A Storytelling Company (Grace), Thunderbird Beyond Screen Production and Seven Network Australia joined together to bring to life Beat Bugs from creator Josh Wakely, who directs, writes and produces the series. The series is marketed worldwide by Beyond Distribution. Beat Bugs incorporates compositions from the Northern Songs catalogue administered by Sony/ATV Music Publishing. The series tells uplifting and life- affirming stories filled with hope and melody. World-leading artists, animators and writers have come together to work on this extraordinary show.


#53

###Murdoch Mysteries - Season 6

From Thursday 18 May at 8:30PM with double episodes each Thursday.

Set in 1895 Toronto, Murdoch Mysteries explores the intriguing world of William Murdoch, a handsome young detective using radical forensic techniques, like fingerprinting and trace evidence, to solve some of the city’s most gruesome murders.


#54

###Building The Dream - Season 1

From Friday 26 May at 9:30PM

Twelve couples work together to build a house which only one of them will actually win.


#55

Just what Australian TV needs another home renovation contest! And this time set in another country and already broadcast on Foxtel.


#56

British documentary The Land of the Midnight Sun has its FTA premiere on 7TWO tomorrow night (June 3) at 7.30pm. In the show, comedian Alexander Armstrong undertakes an expedition from Scandinavia to Iceland, Greenland, Canada and Alaska, to see the landscapes, meet the people and survey their way of life. It aired on BBC Knowledge in January this year.


#57

###OH YUCK

From Monday 24 July at 7.30am

Don’t miss the brand new children’s series - OH YUCK - a fast-paced, fact-laden, laugh-out-loud series which explores the science behind all things ooey, gooey, slimy and mucky.


#58

Father Brown - Season 2

From Thursday 3 August at 7:30PM

Drama based on the stories by GK Chesterton, about a crime-solving Roman Catholic priest.


#59

Selling Houses Australia - Season 7

From Friday 4 August at 8:30PM


#60

Seven have amended their programming for Saturday night.

“The Dressmaker” (2015) to encore at 8:30pm.

Looking at its ratings a couple of Sundays ago, it should be massive for 7Two & potentially decide whether Seven claims the week or not!


#61

New lifestyle show The House of Wellness, hosted by Ed Phillips and Zoe Marshall (wife of rugby league star Benji Marshall), premieres this Sunday, August 27 at 10am, according to TV Week. It is based on the radio show of the same name hosted by Larry Emdur, and will follow the conclusion of the radio version which is from 9am to 10am on Macquarie Radio Network.