Celebrity Circus was an Australian reality television series which aired in May 2005 on the Nine Network. The show took celebrities and, with the help of Silvers Circus, trained them into circus acts. In the final show the celebrities performed in front of a live crowd and showcased what they had learned. It was shown over five one-hour episodes and was hosted by Bud Tingwell. Various skills include "high-wire, flying trapeze, knife throwing, fire juggling and clowning. Even better, they will be trained in two events called the Human Cannon and the Wheel of Death".
The participants were: actors Cameron Daddo and Kimberley Davies; former Home and Away star Dieter Brummer; Celebrity Big Brother winner Dylan Lewis; Australia's Funniest Home Video Show host Toni Pearen; Vadim Dale and his fiance, Natalie Franzman; Olympic beach volleyball gold medallist Kerri Pottharst; and Ricki-Lee Coulter from Australian Idol. The first episode, which aired on 1 May, was placed in the top ten of the ratings for that week.
When five college students share a house, they also share their experiences with life and love. Han Yi Tong, Ni Jin, Chen Chen Chen, Lin Xiao Chun and Zhang Sheng Nan are roommates who share a house while attending the same university. Can they support each other through the many challenges they face?
The Resort was an Australian reality television series that aired on Network Ten in 2004. The show was hosted by Jon Stevens.
Set on a Fijian island, a group of hopeful renovators were given 13 weeks to transform the resort into a three-to-four star hotel. The series was axed after six weeks. The resort remains unfinished, and is now likely to stay that way.
Just 4 Kids is an Australian television show produced by the GTS/BKN television station, which broadcast throughout the Spencer Gulf and Broken Hill regions. The show was aimed at children and contained live segments with a presenter interspersed with pre-recorded short cartoons and other TV shows.
Just 4 Kids screened after school on weekdays and was recorded in front of a live studio audience. The show was hosted by Colin Pearce. Just 4 Kids was produced in the late 1970s to early 1980s.