Anglican priest and cabaret performer to join The Project

Anglican priest and cabaret performer to join The Project
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A cabaret performer and an Anglican priest are among winners of Australian Radio Network’s (ARN) and Network Ten’s ‘Your Chair’ competition.

The media companies partnered for the campaign which asked listeners to enter the competition for their chance to have their views heard on The Project and on their local ARN radio station.

From South Australia is winner Cara Brown. Brown, who is a cabaret performer will be on The Project next Monday, August 19.

Victoria’s representative is business development manager, hypnotherapist and children’s book writer Husna Pasha. David Ould is an Anglican priest and the winner from New South Wales, from Queensland is creative director Lee Crockford and public speaker, Takudzwa Scrutton, from Western Australia.

The competition was designed to let listeners across Australia win their chance to have their views heard nationally. Entrants were judged on their creativeness.

The Project is on Ten on at 6.30pm weeknights.

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