Are Media has today announced several companies who’ve signed up to help celebrate Christmas this year with The Australian Women’s Weekly.
These companies are Harris Scarfe, Kikkoman, Sunbeam Foods, De’Longhi, Ferrero Rocher and The Benevolent Society, who will be integrated
The six sponsors will be integrated throughout the program, with Harris Scarfe, Kikkoman and Sunbeam Foods featured in lead food segments.
All partners will feature in The Australian Women’s Weekly’s Christmas issue and across social and digital channels including Now to Love.
Christmas with The Australian Women’s Weekly will also return to Network 10’s Studio 10 for a one hour extravaganza.
The show will be hosted by Sarah Harris, and will feature mouth-watering dishes prepared by Miguel Maestre, MasterChef Australia finalist, Kishwar Chowdhury, and The Weekly’s food director Frances Abdallaoui, while Courtney Act will drop by for some taste testing.
TV personality, stylist and author, Chkya Keebaugh will also take audiences on a home to tour to offer Christmas table decorating tips, while Jessica Rowe will cover creative DIY ideas for kids and grown-ups.
The Australian Women’s Weekly editor-in-chief, Nicole Byers said everyone deserves joy-filled festive season after a challenging couple of years.
“The Australian Women’s Weekly is back to help viewers achieve just that,” she said.
“From mouth-watering recipes, style tips and creative DIY ideas for the family we’ve got everything covered to ensure this Christmas is a true celebration.
“We’re once again delighted to be supported by our sponsors who will feature across the show, magazine, digital and social channels.”
Christmas with The Australian Women’s Weekly airs on Thursday 9 December at 7.30pm on Network 10. The Christmas edition of The Australian Women’s Weekly is on sale now.
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