ABC’s weekly interview program Talking Heads with Peter Thompson (pictured) signs off next week for the last time.
The half-hour program, based in South Australia, started in March 2005 and since then has featured almost 250 guests from all walks of life. The program has delivered a startling insight into its guests’ backgrounds and personal and professional histories as well as highlighting some of the significant moments and people in their lives.
Some of the TV names to have featured in the program over the last six years have included Paul Mercurio (the show’s first interviewee), Max Gillies, Charles ‘Bud’ Tingwell, Lorraine Bayly, Paul Cronin, Simon Townsend, Clive Robertson, Toni Lamond, Jeff McMullen, Jeanne Little, Stuart Wagstaff, Noeline Brown, Graeme Blundell, Shane Bourne, Bill Collins, Denise Drysdale, Patricia Lovell, Barry Crocker, John Blackman, Hazel Phillips, Wendy Hughes, Todd McKenney, Googie Withers, John McCallum, John Clarke, Lorrae Desmond, Rex Hunt, Posie Graeme-Evans, Tina Arena, John Wood, Anne Deveson, Garry McDonald, Richard Roxburgh, Mark Holden, Ray Martin and Kerry Armstrong.
The final Talking Heads features environmentalist David Suzuki.
Talking Heads – final episode. Monday 29 November, 6.30pm. ABC1
Wait — wasn't it based out of Brisbane? When did they move?
I thought it was based in QLD too, but their “about the show” page said it was based in SA (although that reference has now been removed as the page has been updated slightly to reflect its end) and the “contact us” page says it is based in Adelaide.