Airdate: Time Of My Life

2013-09-26_2342I’m not usually in the habit of filing shows that I consider to be “branded entertainment” but here’s a quick mention of one that Kerri-Anne Kennerley is presenting on 7TWO.

Time Of My Life is an eight-part series produced in association with Apia. Here’s the series synopsis:

Still Going Strong
Shane Gould, Mike Carlton, Di Morrissey, Bettina Arndt and Glenn Ridge share key moments from their past and talk about still living life to the full.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Years
The soundtrack to the lives of Australians over 50 is the music of the 60s, 70s and 80s. Guests Ross Wilson, Joe Camilleri, Helen Reddy and Daryl Braithwaite remember the good times and talk about how much they still love being part of the music business.

Against the Odds
Australians who have made a difference, taken on the big challenges and fought for the environment, women’s and workers’ rights. Guests include John Bertrand, Rosemary Arnold, Tom Watson and Bob Brown.

Trip of a Lifetime
Australians who have had some remarkable journeys, including Peter FitzSimons who talks about the significance of Kokoda and undertaking this incredibly challenging trek when he was researching his best-selling book.

Two of Us
Celebrating mateship and friendship, John Newcombe and Ken Rosewall recall their long careers including competing against each other in the 1970 Wimbledon final. Debbie Woodgate and Gary Raymond also share their experience of the Granville railway bridge train accident in January 1977.

Australians at War
As we approach next year’s centenary of WWI, General Peter Cosgrove, Little Pattie and more share their wartime experiences.

People Rush
One in four Australians were born overseas. Clive James, Kamahl and more talk about their experiences of Australia during its post-war and White Australia policy periods.

Constructing Australia
Hear stories from the people who were part of some of our greatest nation-building projects including the Sydney Opera House, Snowy Mountains Scheme and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Saturday, October 5 at 6.30pm.

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