About The Show

It’s time to bring back SA television production and give South Aussies a voice again! Hosted by radio legend Jeremy Cordeaux. Cordeaux is delighted to be involved with Channel 44 and the creation of this local TV programme which will give South Aussies a voice about real issues affecting them.

Cordeaux says, “This is a wonderful opportunity to bring my award winning radio show, ‘The Court of Public Opinion’; a concept which involves  controversy, humour, entertainment and ‘a slice of life’ to Adelaide television screens. It will reflect what is going on in our city and state in a way that has been neglected by Adelaide television for years.”

Coming to you from Cordeaux’s $5 million dollar garage/man cave this is a set like no other. With regular guests and the voice of the public, this really is a unique show and an exceptional opportunity of which your business can be a part. The programme is already getting interest
having recently gained publicity in The Advertiser, on radio station FIVEaa, and gained national exposure in The Australian

 The Host - Jeremy Cordeaux AM, KGSJ

Jeremy CordeauxJeremy Cordeaux is a Walkley award winning journalist. He won gold three times for “Best Talk Show Host in the World” at the New York Festival Radio Awards, has been knighted by the Order of St. John for services to the community and was recognised in the Order of Australia Awards with an AM.
He has a life time of experience in broadcasting and journalism. He has worked for News Limited, Network Ten, Seven Network, Channel Nine and the ABC.
He is the only person in Australia to have worked his way from office boy at radio station 2GB in Sydney, to owner and Managing Director of three of the most
successful radio stations in Australia – 5AD, 5DN and 5SE.
Jeremy has been deeply involved with charity for most of his professional life. He is the founding Chairman of the Variety Club of South Australia, on the board for the Smith Family, Red Cross, SA Great, patron of Motor Neurone Disease Association, life member of the Royal Institute of Deaf and Blind Children and a life member of The Order of Australia Association.