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City Program

Up Late: Jan Fran and Jess McGuire

Fri 10 Sep, 8pm
State Library Victoria, Conversation Quarter

Due to COVID-19, this event has been cancelled.

Settle in with hosts Jan Fran and Jess McGuire for a talk-show-style end to your evening served with a generous pour of pop culture, current affairs and everything in between. They welcome an all-star line-up into the arena for what promises to be a cheeky and irreverent up-late event unpacking all the happenings of the day, be it celeb feuds on Twitter or the latest lowdown from Canberra.

Duration

1 hour

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Event artists

Jan Fran is a Walkley Award–winning journalist, TV presenter and social commentator. She's the co-host of ABC’s Question Everything and is also known for her work on The Briefing, The Project and The Feed. Fran is the creator of opinion series The Frant, which has been viewed more than 25 million times.

Jess McGuire is a DJ, writer, broadcaster, MC and trivia host based in Melbourne. She appears weekly on ABC Local Radio as a cultural commentator, and for many years she was the editor of pop culture website Defamer Australia. She was a former co-host on Triple R’s Breakfasters.

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