Nice way to look back

Brought up on ’80s mu­sic rocked Myf Warhurst’s world, writes

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Not only will mem­o­ries start flood­ing back about TV shows, mu­sic and fash­ion for view­ers but there are also ap­pear­ances by celebri­ties and per­son­al­i­ties who shaped her child­hood.

Former Num­ber 96 TV star Chan­tal Con­touri, one of Aus­tralia’s early celebrity chefs Peter Rus­sell-Clarke, Wa Wa Nee lead singer Paul Gray, former celebrity hair­dresser Ed­ward Beale and iconic ’80s artist Ken Done are among the guests Warhurst in­ter­views.

‘‘It’s a real recog­ni­tion of a time in our lives that means some­thing to us even though we have kind of brushed it aside,’’ Warhurst says.

‘‘It’s def­i­nitely im­por­tant that we re­mem­ber and that it ex­isted, be­cause in a way it shapes what we be­come.’’

Wed­nes­days, 8pm, ABC1

Myf Warhurst

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