Paul Murray Live will be broadcasting live in Bathurst on Thursday, November 25, showcasing what the local region has to offer.
This will be the show's first time on the road since lockdown and broadcaster Paul Murray is looking forward to it.
"We've done a show where we've gone all around the country, everywhere from Bourke to Broome to Toowoomba to Launceston and it's Bathurst's turn now," he said.
"We're really pumped to tell the positive story of Bathurst and the region."
The show will be filmed live from the National Motor Racing Museum and will feature on Sky News on Foxtel and Sky News Regional.
An audience is welcome to attend provided they register via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eight local guest speakers will be featured during the program to promote their respective businesses.
Mr Murray said they will be covering a number of topics relating to why Bathurst is a great place to visit.
"We want people to realise that as much as the big race is, there's 51 other weeks of the year that happen in Bathurst," he said.
"Personally I hate that a big chunk of the media only ever cares about something outside of Sydney when it's on fire, in a flood or something horrible has happened in court.
"The focus of the show is about trying to tell advertently positive stories of what's happening here."
The local guest speakers include;
- Will Davison - two time winner of the Bathurst 1000
- Ian North - Bathurst mayor
- Brandon Kreymborg - Bathurst Harness Racing Club board member
- Ash Suttor - Ash's Speedway Museum
- Charlie Durham - Bathurst Soaring Club
- Cameron Chaffey - Jenolan Caves general director
- Graham Sattler - Mitchell Conservatorium CEO
- Kim McDonnell - Thankful4farmers
- Paul Cox - Roundabout Central West.
"I'm super pumped," Mr Murray said.
"The past couple of years really gave us all a bit of a kick in the backside about what we take for granted and about the idea that if we don't support the local shop then it's not going to be there when we expect it to be there, for Mother's Day, Father's Day, birthdays or Christmas."
Mr Murray thanked everyone who has supported his show over the last decade and said he always enjoys coming to Bathurst as the people have been "awesome" every time he's visited.
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