Hutchison says he wants to get under the skin of the markets to find out how locals are breathing life back into the burbs.
He will be broadcasting live from the corner of 8th Ave and Beaufort Street from 5pm to 6.30pm and will be joined by regular guest, Food for Thought commentator, Fleur Bainger with her best of Perth Street Eats.
Buskers add to the markets' friendly cosmopolitan atmosphere.
The markets feature around 50 to 60 vendors each week in a season that runs every Monday from 6pm to 9pm through to April 29.
A kaleidoscope of cuisine is presented each week at the markets, with French, Vietnamese, Dutch, Canarian, Moroccan, German, Argentine, Turkish, Korean, Thai, Italian, Arabic, Colombian, Mexican, Greek, Turkish, Japanese, Italian, Egyptian, American, Malaysian, Chinese, Brazilian and Indian among the menus of the best street food vendors along with beer, wine and cider.
You can take your taste buds on a tour of the world with the international cuisine at Inglewood Monday Night Markets.