I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Into Here

When Spitting Image came to an end, Roger Law decided it was time for a fresh start.

Having made one attempt to emigrate to Australia in the 1960s, thwarted by the cultural attaché who told him that it was 'a one way ticket to hell' , Ten years ago, Roger decided to give it a second shot.

He's now living in Bondi Beach concentrating on in-depth surfing, and he's never looked back.

Roger is not the only one and in this series he meets up with other new Australians.

In the heat of the November sun he'll be at Leo Sayer's concert in Sydney, talking to Warren Mitchell about being an Australian citizen, looking at the work of legendary 60s photographer Lewis Morley and throwing prawns on the barbie with celebrity chef Tom Kime.

They've all made the move Down Under, and Roger Law is determined to find out why.

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When Spitting Image came to an end, Roger Law decided it was time for a fresh start.

Having made one attempt to emigrate to Australia in the 1960s, thwarted by the cultural attaché who told him that it was 'a one way ticket to hell' , Ten years ago, Roger decided to give it a second shot.

He's now living in Bondi Beach concentrating on in-depth surfing, and he's never looked back.

Roger is not the only one and in this series he meets up with other new Australians.

In the heat of the November sun he'll be at Leo Sayer's concert in Sydney, talking to Warren Mitchell about being an Australian citizen, looking at the work of legendary 60s photographer Lewis Morley and throwing prawns on the barbie with celebrity chef Tom Kime.

They've all made the move Down Under, and Roger Law is determined to find out why.Roger Law meets the celebrities who actually want to stay in Australia.

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This week he continues his down under probe and talks to the Brits who are captains of industry in their new found lands.

When Spitting Image came to an end, Roger Law decided it was time for a fresh start.

Having made one attempt to emigrate to Australia in the 1960s, thwarted by the cultural attaché who told him that it was 'a one way ticket to hell' , Ten years ago, Roger decided to give it a second shot.

He's now living in Bondi Beach concentrating on in-depth surfing, and he's never looked back.

Roger is not the only one and in this series he meets up with other new Australians.

Roger Law meets the Brits who are captains of industry in their new found lands.

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This week he continues his down under probe and meets the artists, critics and gallery owners who have found fresh inspiration in a new land.

When Spitting Image came to an end, Roger Law decided it was time for a fresh start.

Having made one attempt to emigrate to Australia in the 1960s, thwarted by the cultural attaché who told him that it was 'a one way ticket to hell' , Ten years ago, Roger decided to give it a second shot.

He's now living in Bondi Beach concentrating on in-depth surfing, and he's never looked back.

Roger is not the only one and in this series he meets up with other new Australians.

Roger Law meets the artists, critics and gallery owners inspired by a new land.

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This week he travels to the Blue Mountains to meet up with Chris Darwin, the great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin, who takes him for a trip into Australia's great outdoors.

When Spitting Image came to an end, Roger Law decided it was time for a fresh start.

Having made one attempt to emigrate to Australia in the 1960s, thwarted by the cultural attaché who told him that it was 'a one way ticket to hell' , Ten years ago, Roger decided to give it a second shot.

He's now living in Bondi Beach concentrating on in-depth surfing, and he's never looked back.

Roger Law meets up with Chris Darwin, the great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin.

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In the last of the series, Roger takes a journey along the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne to Adelaide.

Along the way he meets the British migrants who have no fear of snakes or spiders and have made the Australian outback their home.

When Spitting Image came to an end, Roger Law decided it was time for a fresh start.

Having made one attempt to emigrate to Australia in the 1960s, thwarted by the cultural attaché who told him that it was 'a one way ticket to hell' , Ten years ago, Roger decided to give it a second shot.

He's now living in Bondi Beach concentrating on in-depth surfing, and he's never looked back.

Roger takes a journey along the Great Ocean Road from Melbourne to Adelaide.