Rural telethon aims to feed one million families in need
The Big Feed Telethon will be on air and on the phones tomorrow with the aim of raising over one million meals for families in need. Running from 6am until 8pm, the telethon is run by Meat the Need, a rural group who donates milk and mince to food banks around the country. Last year's event raised 1.2 million meals. This year's hosts are Matt Chisholm and Meat the Need co-founder Wayne Langford. Langford joins Mark Leishman to tell him what's planned for the big show.