ABC2 revives The Bazura Project, brings Twentysomething in September

ABC2 has four new local programs premieringthroughout September; comedy Twentysomething, film show The Bazura Project, live music show Triple J Presents and documentary night Sunday Best.

Kicking off on ABC2 is Twentysomething, a 6x30minute series that sees two best friends deal with unemployment, eviction, and avoiding real life that the rest of their friends (Jess Harris and Josh Schmidt) are tackling such as finishing university and climbing the corporate ladder, and settling down.  It also starts Hamish Blake, Simon Russell and Leah de Niese.

Twentysomething premieres Tuesday 6 September at 9pm.

The Bazura Project is a six-part comedy show written by Shannon Marinko and Lee Zachariah. Presenting their ‘Guide to Sinema’ with an emphasis on the ‘sin’, they’ll explore the six social vices that make films so appealing: Sex, Violence, Money, Profanity, Drugs and Fame. The Bazura Project was formerly broadcast on community TV across Australia.

The Bazura Project premieres Monday 19 September, 9.30pm, visit website.

Triple J Presents is a concert series from the radio station’s canon with performances by Cut XCopy, Mark Ronson & The Business Intl., Queens of the Stone Age, Foster the People and more.

Triple J Presents premieres on Tuesday 13 September, 10.20pm.

Presented by Kristy Best, emerging filmmaker and doco enthusiast, Sunday Best is a weekly feature length documentary presentation, with the most intelligent, dangerous and exciting contemporary documentaries.

Sunday Best premieres Sunday 25 September at 8.30pm.


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