Airdate: My Way

Nine has announced a new Queensland-produced lifestyle show My Way to be hosted by Tim Blackwell and is themed around destination, fitness and adventure, culture, and menu.

“We want everyday people to share their stories firsthand, to hear what drives them and makes them feel alive,” said Executive Producer, Geoff Cooper. “You’ll see stories about great destinations, outdoor adventure and weekend activities, told from the heart.

“We’ll hear from real people, talking about their passions in life, proudly saying ‘I’m doing this my way’.”

“What I love about My Way is it’s so fresh,” says Blackwell. “We are already used to sharing stories and information on social media with our friends, family, neighbours and community. This is the television extension of that.

“These stories are direct from the source, with information on how the viewers can get involved when the story inspires them.”

Nine Queensland’s Managing Director, Kylie Blucher, added, “A new decade brings new resolutions and local opportunities for Nine Queensland to engage with our audience and program partners, to showcase what this great state has to offer.”

The show will screen nationally on Nine.

Produced from Nine Queensland’s Mt Coot-tha headquarters, My Way will unearth a style not currently seen in lifestyle programming, creating a sincere and personal approach.

Tim Blackwell will navigate each episode, narrating stories to inspire viewers to make the most of their time. He will also provide information for those interested to seek out more information on their favourite stories.

Updated: 12pm Saturday February 15 on Nine.


  1. thedirtydigger

    Must be brand funded, the networks would not spend a dime on 3 PM Sundays – and Seven slashed its stable of lifestyle destination shows even though they were mostly sponsored.
    At least this show speaks to, quote, ” real people ” as opposed to fake people, replicants and androids.

  2. It’s good to see Nine produce a state-based lifestyle show.

    Is this show going to be shown 3pm Sundays nationally – or just in Queensland (and various times in other states)?

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