Casey’s trip down memory lane

Casey Donovan will join television presenter and comedian Julia Zemiro for a trip down memory lane.

One of Bankstown’s favourite daughters, Casey Donovan will join television presenter and comedian Julia Zemiro for a trip down memory lane.

The ARIA Award-winning singer, who grew up in Bankstown, will feature in Julia Zemiro’s Home Delivery series which makes a return to Wednesday nights on ABC from Wednesday, May 20 at 8pm on ABC and iview.
The ABC’s beloved series sees Julia traverse the country to meet her guests, who come from around Australia and an assortment of professions, all with a passion to effect real change in the world.
“Little did we know when we were filming this 8th series of Home Delivery that the world would soon be in lockdown,” Julia said. “Presenting these shows to an audience now feels a bit more special. I’m so thrilled we can share with you eight brilliant people walking us through their past and reflecting on the future… a future they had no idea would include Coronavirus.”
She said there’s a bittersweet quality in watching those musings now.
“Personally, I’m moved also by my physical closeness to each guest and how that is no longer possible. Our guests come from Science, IT, Politics and more particularly the Arts, an Industry that has become so vital in keeping our spirits alive in this lockdown period. Enjoy.”
The new series kicks off with a trip down memory lane with Australia’s favourite boffin, Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, with other guests including maverick Senator Jacqui Lambie, comedian, social media queen and bushfire heroine Celeste Barber, actor and activist Yael Stone, comedian Craig Reucassel, legendary film director Gillian Armstrong, billionaire software entrepreneur Scott Farquhar and singer-songwriter Casey Donovan.
As Julia’s guests visit significant sites from their formative years, they ponder their lives and the paths they have forged so far, sharing personal stories from their childhoods to the present day, giving the viewer a real insight into their public and private persona.