Australia Day Honours 2022: Jane, Maggie, Delta, Dylan.
Performers, presenters, paralympians, culinary queens and writers amongst 2022 honours.
Performer Delta Goodrem, culinary doyen Maggie Beer, Seven News presenter Jane Doyle and Australian of the Year Dylan Alcott are amongst those recognised in the Australia Day Honours.
Also honoured is performer Deborra-Lee Furness, writer Doug Edwards, and former Prime Media Chairman John Hartigan.
Here are TV and related names in this year’s list.
Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)
Mr Dylan Martin Alcott OAM
For distinguished service to paralympic sport, particularly to tennis, and as a role model for people with disability, and to the community through a range of organisations.
Mrs Maggie Beer AM
For distinguished service to the tourism and hospitality industries as a cook, restaurateur and author, and to aged welfare.
Mrs Deborra-lee Furness
For distinguished service to children as an adoption advocate, to not-for-profit organisations as an ambassador, and to the arts.
Mr John Kenneth Hartigan
For distinguished service to the media industry, to Indigenous welfare, and to sport.
Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
Ms Delta Lea Goodrem
For significant service to the not-for-profit sector, and to the performing arts.
Ms Gabrielle Mary Kelly
For significant service to business, and to film and television.
Ms Carol Innes
For significant service to the Indigenous community of Western Australia.
Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)
Mrs Jane Doyle
For service to the broadcast media, particularly to television, and to the community.
Mr Douglas William Edwards
For service to radio as a comedy writer and creator.
Mr Daniel Ange Hakim
For service to the international community through a range of roles.
Mr Peter Ryan
For service to the broadcast media as a journalist.
Mrs Joan Peters
For service to the performing arts, particularly to film.
Mr Frantisek Jan Wositzky
For service to the performing arts, particularly through theatre.