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Hey Hey It's Saturday: Episode 11 (7th July 2010)

It’s a little weird this week, with NSW and Queensland taking the show a little later, due to rugby State of Origin. For everyone else, it’s business as usual.

Make sure you’re there to see Danny Clayton’s chat with Kelly Rowland of Destiny’s Child fame. He wins her over with Tim Tams!

We’ll also bring you part two of my world exclusive interview with The Eagles and the band will serve up performances of 'Take It Easy' and 'In the City'.

By the way, their December tour of Australia is almost sold out. Oz Rock Legend Ross Wilson, whose career spans more than 40 years, will sing the title track from 'I Come In Peace', his first album in eight years.

Russell gets up to some mischief with a Magic Festival... funny stuff!

Country music star Catherine Britt will perform her latest single, 'Can’t Change a Thing' with our fabulous Hey Hey Band.

Newly crowned world snooker champion Neil Robertson drops in for Red Faces, plus there's Private Parts and some amazing Party tricks.

Oh, and Ossie is in for some fun.

Episode Info


Episode number: 30x11
Airdate: Wednesday July 07th, 2010

Director: (Unknown)
Writer: (Unknown)


Guest Stars
Kelly RowlandKelly Rowland
As Herself
Recurring
Main Cast
Daryl SomersDaryl Somers
As Himself
Livinia NixonLivinia Nixon
As Herself
John BlackmanJohn Blackman
As Himself
Red SymonsRed Symons
As Himself
Wilbur WildeWilbur Wilde
As Himself
Russell GilbertRussell Gilbert
As Himself
Suze RaymondSuze Raymond
As Herself
Ernie CarrollErnie Carroll
voiced Oswald Q. 'Ossie' Ostrich
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