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Foxtel Magazine December 2018

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.

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welcome

What a year it’s been! We launched 4K and FOX CRICKET, created new dramas like Picnic at Hanging Rock and Fighting Season, said a sad goodbye to A Place to Call Home and welcomed back old friends including Love it Or List It Australia, Selling Houses Australia, The Walking Dead and Outlander. Now it’s time to sit back and enjoy the holidays. To get yourself feeling festive, settle down with a classic Christmas movie, crank up your playlist and get inspired to whip up a delicious feast. Plus, there’s new programming to keep the little ones amused. Our cover stars Laura Jayes, Brett Lee, Andrew Winter, Susie Porter and David Berry are shining examples of the quality and diversity of shows across Foxtel’s platforms – and the perfect way for us to…

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pregnancy predicament

Your first stop for breaking ENTERTAINMENT AND FOXTEL BUSINESS NEWS Fans of Victoria don’t have much longer to wait to get their fix of the lavish regal drama – and when season three hits screens, there’ll be plenty more upheaval for Britain’s beloved Queen. Picking up in 1848, the now-mother-of-five – played beautifully by Jenna Coleman (pictured with Tom Hughes, as Prince Albert) – who famously disliked children, finds herself pregnant with her sixth. The situation is far from ideal for Victoria and proves to be quite a bone of contention for the couple. “I think [Victoria] resented very much having a baby so quickly after getting married,” speculates Daisy Goodwin, the show’s writer. “I think she just wanted to have some time to be married… and basically enjoy her husband – who…

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nature rediscovered

This month, Foxtel audiences will be transported to the ocean depths like never before with the new must-see documentary Australia’s Hidden Islands – which premieres in crystal-clear 4K. Prepare to have your mind blown as the wildlife that calls Lady Elliot, Kangaroo, Christmas and Fraser Islands home – including turtles (pictured) – are captured on the latest 4K cameras, offering the most detailed look yet. Over four episodes, travel to stunning beaches and forests that are brought vividly to life thanks to modern camera techniques, which help to illustrate the daily struggle for survival our wildlife faces in island isolation. Australia’s Hidden Islands airs over four consecutive nights, from Monday December 3 at 7.30pm on Foxtel 4K [444]. Don’t have the 4K channel yet? Upgrade now via My Account.…

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variety hour

Nothing signals Christmas time quite like the annual extravaganza that is Britain’s The Royal Variety Performance. An unmissable night of entertainment, this year the event is hosted by actor-comedian Greg Davies. As always, members of the Royal Family will be among those attending the show, which takes place at England’s prestigious London Palladium and features a who’s who of entertainers from around the world. Rock out to classics by the ‘Queen of Rock and Roll’ as the London cast of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical – featuring the vocal talent of Adrienne Warren (pictured) – hits the stage, as well as the West End cast of Hamilton, British boy band Take That, Rick Astley and so many more. The Royal Variety Performance 2018 airs Wednesday December 19 at 8.30pm on UKTV [105].…

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a note to the younger me

Dear Larissa, How far we’ve come, how far you have to go. Right now, you’ve just left home and moved to Sydney, living with family you don’t know. That’s scary, but it’s going to be okay. You’re doing what you love – playing football. I know you’re not sure if it’s the right decision to sign with Sydney FC and leave your hometown, but it will work out. Trust your instincts and the people around you. Good things (like a W-League title in your first season!) are on the horizon. You’ll grow a lot as a person and as a footballer in the next few years. Prepare yourself for some setbacks, which will be tough at the time. I promise you’ll survive and these are the things that will make you who…

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ask the expert

Q: We’re heading on holidays and want to keep the kids entertained on the long drive. How does the Foxtel Kids app work? A: Great question! With the school holidays almost upon us, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep the kids entertained. As a parent myself, I know the importance of being prepared for these long-haul trips. The Foxtel Kids¹ app is designed with children in mind – it’s fun and easy to navigate, and contains hundreds of hours of content to keep your littlies entertained, no matter where you’re headed during the break. From complete television series to one-off specials, made-for-TV movies and everything in between, the Foxtel Kids app has something that children of all ages will simply love. If you’re connected to wi-fi, you can stream their favourite…

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