Ray Lewis To Hold Kick-Off Fundraiser For Ray Of Hope Foundation Tonight

Creator and Host of the six-time Emmy Award winning “Sport Science” and author of the New York Times Best Seller “The Perfection Point”, John Brenkus, and thirteen-time Pro Bowl, two-time Super Bowl Champion and Super Bowl Mvp, Ray Lewis, have announced that the Ray Of Hope Foundation will be holding a kick-off fundraising event on Monday, September 18th at SignatureFD Headquarters in Atlanta, Ga.

The financial planning corporation, SignatureFD and SignaturePRO, whose purpose is to help empower athletes to live with purpose and confidence in their relationships and actions, has partnered up with the Ray of Hope Foundation for the event.

Longtime friends Brenkus and Lewis bonded over one common principle: sending positive energy to those in need. It all started one day when Brenkus asked Lewis to record a short encouraging video for a friend who was fighting stage 4 brain cancer. The very next day, a friend of Brenkus
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Seven unveils 2017 slate including Blue Murder: Killer Cop and Hoges

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The Seven Network has revealed its programming slate for the coming 18 months. Among it are a number of new Australia dramas, including: Olivia Newton-John, Warnie, Hoges: The Paul Hogan Story and the anticipated Blue Murder: Killer Cop, which sees Richard Roxburgh reprise his role as Roger Rogerson.

The network has also confirmed that The Secret Daughter, Wanted and 800 Words will return in 2017.

Also new for Seven are Million Dollar Cold Case, Yummy Mummies, The Aussie Property Flippers and Murder Uncovered. The network has also touted a controversial new show.— being filmed under a veil of secrecy..—.which it claims will be the most talked about program of 2017.

Seven has confirmed reality mainstays.My Kitchen Rules, House Rules, First Dates and Seven Year Switch for new seasons.

New international titles secured by the network include Trial and Error and Training Day.

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Food Network Hoping To Scare Up Good Time With Cutthroat Kitchen: Tournament Of Terror

If Food Network has proven anything over the last few years, it’s that it knows how to take advantage of holidays. To get your in the mood for Halloween, there’s a special Cutthroat Kitchen headed your way. The show is plenty of fun on its own, though some of the specials have gone a little silly with the things people end up having to do, but you can’t go too far when it’s Halloween.

It’s a five-episode tournament that kicks off on September 28th, and ends with a finale episode where the four winners battle it out.

Host Alton Brown won’t be holding anything back, and it isn’t just foods with appropriately “scary” names (blood oranges, Devil’s Food cake) that come into play here. The challenges are also Halloween-themed, like cooking while in outlandish costumes, and using creepy knives.

Get this one down on your calendar,
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Shooting under way on Blue Murder sequel

(l-r): Gary Sweet, Peter Phelps, Richard Roxburgh and Tony Martin in Blue Murder.

Shooting has begun on mini-series The High Road, the sequel to the 1995 ABC series Blue Murder. Blue Murder, set in the 70s and 80s, followed disgraced former detective Roger Rogerson.s associations with underground figures such as criminal Neddy Smith. Director of the original production, Michael Jenkins, has returned to shoot the project. Richard Roxburgh (Rake) will also reprise his acclaimed role as Rogerson. The series is being produced by John Edwards through Endemol Shine. Edwards told If that a report in the Sydney Morning Herald.that the show was being produced through his new production company, Roadshow Rough Diamond, was incorrect. He said The High Road was a remaining obligation he had to Endemol Shine, whom he left last year.

According to reports in the Herald Sun, Channel 7 will broadcast the series. Earlier this week,
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AFI Award Winner and One of Australia's Top Actresses Has Died: Wendy Hughes

Australian actress Wendy Hughes dead at 61 (photo: Wendy Hughes in ‘Newsfront’) Australian film, television, and stage actress Wendy Hughes, best known internationally for the big-screen dramas My Brilliant Career and Careful, He Might Hear You, died of cancer early today, March 8, 2014, in Sydney. Hughes (born on July 29, 1952, in Melbourne) was 61. Wendy Hughes’ film career kicked off in the mid-’70s, with Tim Burstall’s psychological drama ‘Jock’ Petersen / Petersen (1974), in which she plays the wife of a college professor who becomes romantically involved with a married student (Jack Thompson). "I spent a lot of the time naked and doing sex scenes," Hughes would later recall about her work in ‘Jock’ Petersen, "because in the seventies you all had to do that." In 1979, Hughes landed a key supporting role in the international arthouse hit My Brilliant Career, Gillian Armstrong’s late 19th-century-set tale of an independent-minded young woman (a Katharine Hepburn
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Afrika Eye unveils new talent winner

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Self-taught filmmaker Michael Jenkins [pictured] becomes inaugural winner of new talent award.

Bristol’s Afrika Eye festival of African film has announced the winner of its inaugural new talent award.

Self-taught filmmaker Michael Jenkins won with a proposal for a documentary about the use of blackened faces in English folk customs, including Padstow’s Boxing Day parade.

Jenkins receives a £400 script research and development bursary from the festival, as well as mentoring and production support from the competition’s judges: RCA’s Karen Alexander, B3 Media’s Martin Boothe, Afrika Eye’s co-founder Ingrid Sinclair and Laura Marshall, MD of Icon Films, Bristol.

This year’s Afrika Eye festival also included sold-out screenings of Nairobi Half Life and Something Necessary, alongside the world premiere of Simon Bright’s latest documentary The King and The People.
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