Julia Zemiro's Home Delivery


Season 2, Episode 1 (Dave Hughes)

3.0 6 x
Julia Zemiro returns to walk our favourite funny people down memory lane, and back home to their old stomping ground. This opening episode she collects Dave Hughes in his hometown of Warrnambool on the Victorian coast.
Episodes 2018

Season 6, Episode 10 (Catherine Mcgregor)

4.6 12 x
Julia meets transgender writer, commentator, and former military officer Cate McGregor in Toowoomba, visiting her childhood home and high school, where Cate talks about her life dealing with gender dysphoria. (Final)

Season 6, Episode 9 (Nicky Winmar)

3.0 9 x
Nicky Winmar is an AFL hero and one of the best Indigenous players ever to kick a Sherrin football. With Nicky as her guest, Julia travels to Pingelly, 158km outside of Perth in the West Australian wheat belt.

Season 5, Episode 10 (Ronny Chieng)

3.0 10 x
Born in Malaysia, raised in the US and Singapore comedian Ronny Chieng takes Julia Zemiro back to the apartment he grew up in & his school in Singapore & they discuss Uni life in Melbourne. (Final)

Season 5, Episode 9 (Kasey Chambers)

4.0 8 x
From an unconventional childhood performing with her family to awards & acclaim for her solo career. Julia Zemiro takes Kasey Chambers to the backroads of South Australia to find where it all began.

Season 5, Episode 8 (Tim Ferguson)

4.0 5 x
Tim Ferguson spent a decade shocking audiences with an anarchic mix of comedy & music in the Doug Anthony All Stars. Diagnosed with MS in his 20s, he became one of our most accomplished comedians & screenwriters.

Season 5, Episode 7 (Derryn Hinch)

3.0 1 x
Hitch a ride with Julia Zemiro as she travels around Australia to take some of her favourite people down memory lane. Joining her on the road is controversial journalist turned Senator, Derryn Hinch.

Season 3, Episode 8 (Billy Bragg)

4.0 14 x
Billy Bragg - known as the Bard of Barking - is one of contemporary music's most prolific singer/songwriters. Billy shows Julia the streets of his childhood in north east London and his beloved primary school.

Season 3, Episode 5 (Kurt Fearnley)

3.0 4 x
Julia visits Carcoar in Central West NSW with Paralympian Kurt Fearnley. She meets his parents, his teacher and mentor. As they climb a nearly hill, he tells how he used to crawl up the hill with his best mate.

Season 3, Episode 3 (Leigh Sales)

3.0 18 x
Leigh Sales, host of ABC's 7.30, is one of the country's most respected journalists, but tells Julia she is a lot more comfortable being the interviewer than the interviewee.