The second annual Paddle for Kids Festival and Dragon Boat Race Day was a mammoth success - raising more than $100,000 for Juiced TV! Make sure you tune into the Season 5 premiere to catch all the action from the big day including celeb interviews, wicked entertainment and all the behind the scenes footage on the day!
Juiced TV is going to the 2018 TV Week Logie Awards! Are you a patient of the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital? Would you like to one of our red carpet reporters? Here are the details so you can find out out how to be in the running to be selected!
This week, the Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall visited Juiced TV at the Lady Cilento Children's Hospital. Their Royal Highnesses stopped by while in Australia performing their duties for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. Our Juiced superstars Abbi, Max and Libby were tasked to lead the very special tour of the hospital and welcome them to the Juiced set! Our special episode 'A Royal Engagement' will be online from Monday 16 April.
We are so excited to launch the 'Juiced Box' mobile application! It's our regional service that will allow patients in regional hospitals throughout Queensland to have access to Juiced TV, have their say in program content, and eventually allow them to film their very own segments for inclusion in our broadcast episodes.
15-year-old Mackenziee is ready to own the 'Pitch Perfect 3' Australian Premiere red carpet!
13-year-old Tiana has spent a lot of time receiving treatment for cancer at the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital this year, and is looking forward to enjoying this exciting experience outside of hospital walls in Sydney!
An incredible $12,261,835 was raised during this year’s Channel Nine Telethon, supporting the Children’s Hospital Foundation. While Queenslanders rallied together and dug deep for the patients and families of the Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, there is one person in particular that we would like to like to acknowledge - Kieron Douglass.
When Michael was 10-months-old, he was diagnosed with meningococcal disease. He had to have both legs amputated and skin grafts that have left scars all over his body. This little fighter would survive, but it would be a long road ahead.
When Savannah was two-and-a-half years old, she asked her dad ‘why are there never any girl heroes in the movies?’ Stuart knew that the perfect answer was to introduce her to the almighty heroines in Star Wars. After learning this, the Juiced crew teamed up with Redback Garrison – 501st legion to make Savannah and her dad the heroes of their own Star Wars story and transform Lady Cilento Children's Hospital into a galaxy far, far away.
Yesterday, thousands of runners hit the pavement for Bridge to Brisbane - including a whole array of our hospital heroes!
We get the scoop from the red carpet of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales' premiere on the Gold Coast!