The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - TV Guide - - Front Page -

RE­MEM­BER the days when Fri­days meant head­ing out for a night on the town. Now, it’s much more fun to shake off the work­ing week, don your PJs and slip­pers and snug­gle into the sofa. Or is that just me? I’m so happy that and the awe­some four­some – host with most Amanda Keller (hon­estly, can we just give her a Gold Lo­gie now), Chris Brown, Barry Du Bois and the ir­re­press­ible Miguel Maestre – are back on their couch too. Tonight, Barry runs into Jon and Khan­ley, who want to put in a doggy door for their two cavoo­dles. While Kyal and Khan­ley put the door in, Jon and Barry whip to­gether a flat-pack cubby house for their kids. Mean­while, it ap­pears Chris, af­ter wrap­ping back-to­back live shows with his other part­nerin-crime, Ju­lia Mor­ris, is in dire need of a break. He’s off to the crys­tal clear wa­ters of beau­ti­ful Bora Bora. Most vis­i­tors to the Pa­cific is­land par­adise spend their time re­lax­ing by the beach with a fruity cock­tail and do­ing noth­ing more ad­ven­tur­ous than a sun­set sail or a la­goon snorkel. Not our Chris, who heads to the hills (well, moun­tains re­ally) and dis­cov­ers the world’s largest banyan tree, which not only in­spired di­rec­tor James Cameron’s but also con­tains the body of seven an­cient mum­mi­fied kings. Plus Miguel catches up with the god­fa­ther of molec­u­lar gas­tron­omy, He­ston Blu­men­thal, to whip up some ten­der de­li­cious lamb us­ing char­coal.

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