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Foxtel Magazine February 2020

Game of Thrones, Wentworth, A Place to Call Home, Selling Houses Australia and more! Foxtel magazine goes behind the scenes of some of the biggest shows in the world, to bring you unprecedented access to your favourite programs. With a sport section that includes chats with big name sports stars including Daniel Ricciardo and Tim Cahill, to TV and movie talk with Chris Hemsworth, Foxtel magazine is also the only place to find the entire month of program listings.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Foxtel Management Pty Limted
Frequency:
Monthly
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12 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
welcome

The tortured love story of Claire (Caitriona Balfe) and Jamie Fraser (Sam Heughan) has kept Outlander fans guessing. Returning for its fifth season on FOX ONE this month, the pair – as well as their castmates – reveal some of the surprising twists that await when we meet the Frasers again. Read their interview from page 10. On LifeStyle, ‘The Barefoot Investor’ himself, Scott Pape, shares his financial wisdom, providing us with the tools and confidence we need when it comes to managing money and building our future. His four-part docuseries Scott Pape’s Money Movement is a must-watch. Up in sunny Queensland, Supercars star Fabian Coulthard and his family opened up their home for a special photo shoot to preview what’s in store for the 2020 season, which kicks off in Adelaide…

1 min.
sporting chance

Footy fans are in for some epic clashes when the NRL and AFL fire up next month, with preseason games from late February. Following an adrenalin-charged 2019 NRL season, which culminated in the Roosters – featuring fullback James Tedesco (pictured) – controversially being crowned premiers, the Sydney team will once again have their eyes firmly on the prize, while runners-up the Raiders have a major score to settle. With plenty of player movements having taken place during the offseason, one thing’s for sure – the stage is set for one heck of a 2020 season! Eager to get back in the action off the field is FOX LEAGUE presenter Emma Freedman, who returned to screens towards the end of last season following the birth of her first child. “It’s such a great team environment…

1 min.
under investigation

When it comes to true crime, the stories are as gripping as they are chilling. Launching on February 1, fascinating new channel Investigation Discovery (ID) joins Crime + Investigation [609] to make Foxtel the undisputed home of the true-crime genre. From shocking felonies to salacious scandals, ID [616] will take audiences on a journey into the dark side of human nature, making for suspenseful and captivating viewing. An impressive slate of programming – including the debut of In Pursuit with John Walsh (pictured right with his son Callahan), Truth About Murder with Sunny Hostin and An ID Murder Mystery franchise – welcomes crime buffs to their new viewing addiction. Real cases, real people and real-life drama are ID’s DNA, giving you a 24/7 front-row seat to the cases that shocked the world.…

1 min.
aussie touch

She was crowned Miss Universe Australia in 2018. Now Francesca Hung (pictured left) is the new face and host of E! Australia following the departure of former presenter Ksenija Lukich. “I’ve always been a huge fan of E!,” says the 25-year-old, who hails from Sydney’s North Shore. “To join such an amazing global team is a dream come true for me. I can’t wait to bring my passion for style, celebrities and entertainment to the screen.” In big news for Australian presenter Scott Tweedie, he’s moved Stateside to work alongside Emmy-winning personality Lilliana Vazquez (both pictured inset) in New York, co-hosting the revamped E! News and new program Pop of the Morning, screening Tuesdays to Saturdays at 9am and 10.30am respectively on E! [125]. On E! News, audiences can follow the biggest pop…

1 min.
play until you can’t

During times when we played a lot of cricket, I used to hate being rested from games. Unless I was carrying an injury and couldn’t compete, I wanted to be playing. Most bowlers carry some sort of niggle; if they stopped every time they felt something, they’d never play cricket. The advice I give young bowlers is to play until you can’t. I disliked losing my rhythm when I was rested. I enjoyed continuing momentum and bowling a lot of overs. You can’t go from being down at the beach having a few days off to being out in the middle of the SCG going flat-out in front of a packed crowd. Cricket Australia needs to always pick its best XI – the public is owed that. Some days certainly were tough, but…

1 min.
all the feels

Love is in the air as February 14 approaches, with plenty of fun-filled programming perfect for snuggling up on the couch with your loved one. I Heart Valentine’s Week on Foxtel Movies Romance [407] will get you in the mood, with romance classics screening every day from February 10 to 16, including The Vow, starring Channing Tatum and Rachel McAdams (both pictured) as husband and wife Leo and Paige Collins, whose lives are thrown into turmoil following a devastating car crash. When an injured Paige regains consciousness, she has lost all memory of her life before the accident, including that Leo is her husband. It’s an emotionally charged flick, but a must-watch on Friday February 14 at 8.30pm. Meanwhile, Month of Love with André Rieu on foxtel arts [133/806] will make your heart…