It’s not Christmas without The Weekly. And it’s certainly not Christmas without our annual Christmas with the Australian Women’s Weekly TV special! We’re back for another year of delicious recipe ideas, fun craft activities, tabletopping tips, fabulous fashion, great gift ideas and more.
Even better? Some of our favourite celebrity pals drop by to help us celebrate the silly season. Read on for all the details of our 2023 special.
Where can I watch Christmas with The Australian Women’s Weekly?
The 2023 Christmas with The Australian Women’s Weekly holiday TV special goes to air at 7.30pm on Friday December 8 on 10. Catch up at 10Play.
Who hosts Christmas with The Australian Women’s Weekly?
For the seventh year in a row, The Project host Sarah Harris has returned to host the festive program.
Who else appears on the TV special?
The 2023 show goes behind the scenes on Christmas shoots with some of our favourite Aussie celebrities. Cover girl Chrissie Swan kicks off preceedings with her advice for the big day. Marcia Hines talks about the importance of faith and song. Osher Günsberg brings his family – wife Audrey along with Georgia and Wolfie – in to our studios to get festive.
The Project‘s Georgie Tunny and fiance Rob Mills break out the carols under the mistletoe. Heartbreak High‘s Chloé Hayden and her mum Sarah share their Christmas traditions. Studio 10‘s Tristan MacManus, wife Tahyna and their three adorable kids talk Santa while best friends Jackie O and Gemma O’Neill reveal the importance of sharing holidays together.
And that’s not all!
The Weekly‘s own Food Director Fran Abdalloui and Editor-in-Chief Nicole Byers get creative in the kitchen as do MasterChef Australia alums Khanh Ong and Amina Elshafei. Chef Warren Mendes is “helped” by Sarah Harris and her former Studio 10 co-hosts Jessica Rowe and Denise Drysdale. And DIY-er and author Geneva Vanderzeil gives some top tips for nailing your festive theme.
Plus there’s plenty more. We look back at the year that was for The Weekly, including some of our exclusive stories and our very own 90th birthday exhibition at Bendigo Gallery . Add in some tales of hope and charity as well as some curated present ideas (bought and homemade) and there’s something for everyone on this year’s show.