9:00am Monday, February 8 on TV One
TV ONE’s LIVE daily magazine show Good Morning is back for a new season, packed with celebrity guests, home and living ideas, relationship advice, parenting, fashion, food and music – plus a brand new co-presenter.
Join Brendon Pongia and Sarah Bradley LIVE from Avalon Studios on Monday 8 February, at 9am, as they welcome Hadyn Jones and kick-off the new season’s sparkling line-up.
Sarah Bradley says: “We’re so excited about working with Hadyn. He’s a talented journalist who’s not afraid to ask the hard questions, but he also has a cheeky sense of humour.”
Among the coming highlights, Jones and Pongia set up a ‘Man Cave’ to answer viewers’ burning questions about men, and Good Morning begin the search for the country’s best recipe, launching a LIVE cooking challenge with thousands of dollars in prizes up for grabs.
For viewers who are single, Bradley says don’t miss the Good Morning teams dating special later the year: “We know how tough it is to find a partner, so we’re going to make your job a little easier. Stay tuned.”
The show’s favourite faces make a comeback, including comedian Ginette McDonald, psychic medium Sue Nicholson, baby whisperer Sharlene Poole, the male panel and gardening guru Lynda Hallinan.
Good Morning will have some new fitness instructors, including Anna Gibbons with her ‘Active Mums’ programme. “This is a great way for new mums to shape up after having a baby,” Bradley says.
Popular home cook Simon Holst returns to the kitchen, along with cupcake queen Tamara Jane, versatile budget cook Astar, blokey baker Steve Joll, and celebrity chefs Martin Bosley and Adam Newell.
Good Morning’s expert contributors also keep viewers up-to-date with everything from music, books and movies, to fashion, politics, gossip and gadgets.
LIVE and daily, anything could happen. So make every morning a Good Morning.
Good Morning screens weekdays at 9am on TV ONE.