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The Crocodile Hunter - A Tribute To Steve Irwin

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7 September 2006

The Crocodile Hunter - A Tribute To Steve Irwin

Tuesday, 19th September at 8.30pm on PRIME

PRIME will pay special tribute to the life and achievements of wildlife warrior Steve Irwin in a special television event hosted by Ray Martin, Tuesday 19th September at 8.30pm on PRIME.

John Stainton, Irwin's closest friend and mentor, joins Ray in the studio to remember a man who endeared himself to millions of people around the world.

Stainton paints a personal picture of the life and times of the man known worldwide as the Crocodile Hunter and will also discuss what happens next for his family, the Irwin Empire and his successful Queensland wildlife sanctuary, Australia Zoo.

The tribute will also include special footage from Irwin's own film vault.

Join Ray Martin, Tuesday 19th September at 8.30pm, for a celebration of the life of Steve Irwin.

True Stories Special: The Crocodile Hunter - A Tribute To Steve Irwin,
Tuesday 19th September at 8:30pm, on PRIME

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