With guests Christine Forster, Didja the cat & Steve Price, plus guest host Rachel Corbett, and stories on the gay marriage poll, Matthew Guy's dodgy lobster dinner, 30 years since Hoddle St, power prices, and North Korea vs Trump.
C., Canada; Laurie Reese, Los Angeles Public Library; Lisa Von Drasek, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis; Ashley Waring, Reading (Mass.) Public Library; and Brian E. Members of the 2016 Caldecott Medal Selection Committee: Chair Rachel G. Y.) Public Library; Lauren Anduri, Oakland (Calif.) Public Library; Alan R. C.; Jill Bellomy, Highland Park Middle School, Dallas; Sharon Deeds, Utah State Library, Salt Lake City; Brian Fahey, West Chester (Pa.) Friends School; Laura A. Members of the 1992 Caldecott Medal Selection Committee: Chair Mary Lou White, Stephen H.
Given, Parkview Center School, Roseville, Minn.; Celia W. Katz, Wayland (Mass.) Free Public Library; Karen A.
Despite a drop in ratings compared to previous series, and a number of controversies, the then Big Brother executive producer Kris Noble considers the year's series a success.
At the end of this season's finale broadcast 30 July 2007, it was announced by host Gretel Killeen that Big Brother would be returning for an eighth season in 2008.
Usually, some of the rules in these special editions are a little bit different from the original ones.
Big Brother VIP is the name of the special edition of the show, in which all the housemates are famous people.
With guests Christie Whelan-Browne & Barrie Cassidy, plus guest hosts Gorgi Coghlan, Lehmo & Jo Casamento, and stories on foiled terror plot, unisex toilets, Turnbull & Trump's leaked call, stolen car found via Facebook, and kids chat about friends.
With special guest Tex Perkins, and guest-host Fifi Box, we discuss the latest terror concerns, the firing of Anthony Scaramucci, a uni sexual harassment report, why thongs are bad, plus we chat to Nicole Kidman on the red carpet!
In the finale Aleisha Cowcher was announced winner of Big Brother Australia 2007.