Commencing this Sunday on Channel Seven HAVE A GO TV (a weekly, half hour, life-style television series) will feature and promote successful, active and healthy lifestyles for the rapidly growing Over 45s demographic.

HAVE A GO TV will include:-

  • HEALTH & WELL-BEING

  • TRAVEL

  • FASHION

  • FINANCE & INVESTMENT

  • REAL ESTATE & PROPERTY EQUITY

  • SPORT & RECREATION

  • COOKING and GARDENING plus so much more

The program will see the popular Tod Johnston's return to television as the host and anchor of the program. Tod's experience in the entertainment industry has spanned not only decades but many different genres - in the form of singer, television host, radio announcer, songwriter, producer and corporate host. He brings enthusiasm and passion to the series.

Plus after ten years in politics and in particular as Minister for Seniors, Women's Interests and Community Development, no one person is more qualified than Rhonda Parker to speak to this demographic. A much sort after guest speaker, Rhonda comes to HAVE A GO TV with terrific experience.


Lesa Hinchliffe an experienced television writer, presenter and journalist also joins the HAVE A GO TEAM. Her fresh approach to many stories will be a great contribution.

Karin Pearson is the fourth and final presenter in the team. Karin brings to HAVE A GO TV 15 years experience in television, corporate work and journalism.

HAVE A GO TV television series, is the initiative of the principals of Concept Media, publishers since 1991 of the very successful monthly newspaper Have a Go News. This publication is also specifically produced for people over 45 years of age. The program has secured the enthusiastic commitment of Ron Reddingius and David Grant , producers of HOME in WA television series, currently in its seventh successive year of production.

HAVE A GO TV
PREMIERES THIS SUNDAY MARCH 19 AT 5:30PM ON SEVEN