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Foxtel Magazine

October 2019

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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Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Foxtel Management Pty Limted
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

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welcome

The BBC Earth channel – new to Foxtel this month – promises to connect viewers to outstanding documentaries spanning adventure, science, human stories and, of course, wildlife in the renowned Natural History productions. This issue, we tell you everything you need to know about this exciting launch. A slew of groundbreaking TV includes BBC First epic World on Fire, starring Helen Hunt and Sean Bean. Ruby Rose makes her debut in Batwoman, alongside must-watch DC series Watchmen, Doom Patrol and Pennyworth. For true crime fans, it doesn’t get more compelling than Debi Marshall Investigates Frozen Lies, set to blow the lid on The Family Murders in Adelaide. We also spent a day with Supercars drivers Chaz Mostert, David Reynolds and Jamie Whincup (pictured, from left) before they head to Bathurst. They discuss their…

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in the know

SNEAK PEEK Animal MAGIC New series His Dark Materials opens the door to a whole new world of possibility Set in an alternate world in which all humans have spirit animal companions, known as dæmons, upcoming HBO series His Dark Materials is an enthralling glimpse into a magical universe that is as much for an adult audience as an adolescent one. Based on the novel trilogy by Philip Pullman, this first instalment – season two has already been given the green light – follows young orphan Lyra (Dafne Keen, pictured), who has been provided refuge at Oxford’s Jordan College. While investigating the kidnapping of her friend, Lyra uncovers a deadly plot surrounding a spate of stolen children with a link to a mysterious substance called Dust. The relative newcomer – best known for her starring role…

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in my opinion

No place like home Perth Glory star Neil Kilkenny has led a nomadic life but, as he tells us, he feels at home wherever his family is Having played in England for so long, I felt – at age 30 – it was time to try something new. I could have gone to Asia, but decided to come back to Australia. I have great memories of living here when I was a kid [aged four to 11]; it holds a fond place in my heart. I feel that home is wherever I’m living. In England, I did that while moving clubs in cities such as Bristol, Birmingham and Leeds. I consider a country home wherever my family is – my wife and my kids. I really enjoyed my time playing in England for some…

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question time

David Morrissey The popular actor reveals his passion for period dramas – and a dose of comic relief My current TV obsession is… I just finished watching The Crown, which I loved. I thought it was fantastic. I was constantly surprised by what I didn’t know – I thought I knew a lot about the history of the Royal Family, certainly the history of Britain post-war. It was brilliantly done. Great performances and really great direction. When I watch TV I must have… the remote control, because if I don’t and my kids have it, it tends to flick over as I’m watching or it will suddenly be muted when they’re on their phones. So I need to have control of the TV. My dream TV-watching companion is… I’d like to say my wife…

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your say

Cannot wait [for Outlander season five, coming to FOX SHOWCASE in 2020]. Love the show and cast. Pamela Dow, via Facebook [Gogglebox Australia is] very addictive and gets you watching shows you wouldn’t normally watch. Glenda Rogers, via Facebook Yesss [for American Crime Story: Impeachment]!! Now will they make a second season of FEUD?! I’ve watched season one twice. Amazing! Trevor Conway, via Facebook [Mum] is hilarious. I just love it. Goodrum Phoenix, via Facebook Tell us what you think… Send an email to foxtel@mediumrarecontent.com or write to Foxtel magazine, Suite 58, 26-32 Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont, NSW, 2009, and see below to have your say via social media. FOLLOW US facebook.com/foxtel @foxtel instagram.com/foxtel foxtel.tumblr.com AS TOLD TO: CAROLYN HIBLEN. PHOTOS: GETTY IMAGES; ©2018 STARZ ENTERTAINMENT. *SEE PAGE 191…

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what on earth

NEW ERA Stream* or watch BBC Earth [614] from October 10 For more than seven decades, the BBC Natural History Unit has travelled the world with the greatest presenters, the latest technologies and one simple aim: to show us our planet. From jungle to desert, mountains and oceans, every corner of the globe has been explored and all creatures great and small examined. The unit is now the world’s largest wildlife documentary production house, creating more than 100 hours of television a year, and its best-known presenter Sir David Attenborough – voted Britain’s greatest living national treasure – has become a household name, forever changing the way we think about our place on Earth. A NEW HOME With BBC Earth launching this month, Foxtel brings the best of Attenborough’s work – along with human…

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