Nov 16 2017

CBS completes Ten acquisition

US broadcaster CBS Corporation has completed its takeover of Ten Network Holdings.

The deal gives the company Network Ten’s broadcast channels Ten, One and Eleven and online platform TenPlay.

In a media statement issued earlier today, Network Ten CEO Paul Anderson said:  “We are delighted that the purchase of Ten by CBS Corporation, one of the largest and most successful media organisations in the world, has been finalised.

“CBS and Ten have had a strong relationship for many years. We look forward to expanding and  strengthening that relationship, and working closely with CBS to build Ten’s presence in the Australian media industry.”

Leslie Moonves, Chairman and CEO of CBS Corporation, said: “The closing of this acquisition marks the beginning of an exciting opportunity to build and expand on our close working relationship and the great legacy of Network Ten in Australia, and to paving the way for further multiplatform distribution opportunities for CBS content. I believe our ownership helps ensure that Network Ten’s business will grow long-term, while also benefiting the Australian Media sector as a whole. We look forward to welcoming Ten and its employees to the CBS family.”

The takeover ends months (if not years) of instability surrounding the network’s ownership — with Ten going into receivership earlier this year — and finances, with the struggling network now essentially debt-free under its new owner.

CBS, which operates the #1 broadcast network in the US, has already signalled that it intends to launch its streaming service CBS All Access in Australia.

So far it remains to be see what other plans CBS has for the network, although it was reported to have been in support of Ten’s big-budget signing last month of former Today co-host Lisa Wilkinson. Wilkinson is so far known to be joining the hosting panel on The Project and The Sunday Project next year, but any other network ventures have yet to be announced.

Ahead of the CBS takeover being confirmed, Ten has already gone to market with its planned offerings for 2018. This includes the return of existing titles including MasterChef Australia, I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here, The Living Room, The Project, Neighbours, The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Australian Survivor, Big Bash League, Gogglebox Australia, Have You Been Paying Attention?, Shark Tank, CRAM and Studio 10.

New local productions announced include Blind Date (with Julia Morris), Hughesy We Have A Problem, Bachelor In Paradise, Street Smart,  Russell Coight’s All Aussie Adventures, How To Stay Married and the new local drama series Playing For Keeps.

Source: Ten Corporate, Ten Corporate

 

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Nov 11 2017

Obituary: Rob Astbury

Former journalist and TV presenter Rob Astbury has died at the age of 69.

For over 20 years, Astbury was a multi-award winning investigative sports journalist and at one point was the highest-paid sports journalist in Australia.

He worked across all three commercial channels in Melbourne — initially at ATV0 (Ten), then Nine and later at Seven.

He also worked in radio, including a stint at 3AK in Melbourne.

Astbury broke many exclusive sports stories and was a recipient of two Penguin Awards and ten VFL/AFL media awards.

After leaving the media, he moved into a successful career in real estate, in Thailand for more than a decade and then later back in Australia on the Gold Coast.

In 2005, Astbury was “outed” as the secret former lover of Graham Kennedy, amid allegations made by Derryn Hinch after Kennedy’s death that the TV legend died of AIDS. This was later refuted by medical records, though Astbury would later reveal that he had contracted HIV in the early 2000s.

Astbury later wrote of his relationship with Kennedy in a book, King and I: My Life With Graham Kennedy.

Source: The Age, Peter Ford, Wikipedia


YouTube: Rob Astbury

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Nov 07 2017

Quest ’77 off to the Melbourne Cup

It’s not a day at races until you can make a song and dance of it!

ABC‘s variety series Quest 77 took to Flemington Racecourse for some special Melbourne Cup-themed production numbers for broadcast in the lead up to the 1977 Melbourne Cup.

One production number — described by TV Times as “spectacular” — featured host Peter Regan in song, and the Jillian Fitzgerald Dancers in jockeys’ silks at the starting gates, down the straight and across the finish line, with the footage integrated with actual race footage to complete the production number Ascot Gavotte, from My Fair Lady.

Regan also performed Fugue For A Tinhorn, from Guys And Dolls.

Quest ran from 1976 to 1978.

Source: TV Times, 29 October 1977

 

 

 

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Nov 03 2017

Mike Willesee on Australian Story

Veteran television journalist, presenter and producer Mike Willesee is profiled in next Monday’s edition of Australian Story.

In the first of a two-part episode titled Behind The Mask, Australian Story looks back at the 50 year career of the first of a generation of Willesees to grace our screens as he faces his greatest challenge — a diagnosis of throat cancer

Willesee’s television career began at ABC as a reporter for This Day Tonight and then Four Corners.

In 1971 he made the move to commercial television to launch the original A Current Affair for the Nine Network.

He went on to work for all three commercial networks in the decades that followed, with credits including This Is Your Life and current affairs and interview shows all bearing his name plus numerous documentaries.  He twice hosted the TV Week Logie Awards and was inducted into the TV Week Logie Awards Hall of Fame in 2002.

The second instalment looks at Willesee’s later broadening of his business interests, the near-death experience that led him back to the Catholic faith, his return to television and his recent battle with cancer.

Australian Story. Monday 6 November, 8.00pm. ABC


YouTube: ABC Promotional Videos

 

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Oct 31 2017

ABC Comedy: The first week

Following  news over the weekend that ABC2 will change to ABC Comedy from 4 December, ABC has now released details for the channel’s first week.

Programming includes re-runs of familiar titles such as Spicks And Specks (shifting from 7.00pm to 7.30pm), Upper Middle Bogan, Ronny Chieng: International Student, Stop Laughing This Is Serious, The Ex-PM plus new episodes of overseas shows including Episodes and Catastrophe.

ABC Comedy will also launch new Australian shows Tonightly With Tom Ballard (pictured) and Kiki And Kitty and presents the Australian premieres of Murder In Successville and Game Face.

Each weeknight’s line-up will conclude with The Office, 30 Rock and Parks And Recreation.

Monday 4 December:

Spicks and Specks, 7.30pm (new time)
Seriously, you didn’t think we’d stop Spicks and Specks did you? No way! Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by a revolving door of musos and comedians for the best Australian music comedy
panel show ever. #SpicksAndSpecks

Upper Middle Bogan, series 1 (double episodes) from 8pm
ABC COMEDY launches with classic Aussie content every weeknight at 8pm! In this hit comedy, middle-class woman, Bess Denyar, discovers she’s adopted. She’s shocked to find her birth
parents head up a drag racing team in the outer suburbs. CAST: Glenn Robbins, Michala Banas, Patrick Brammall. #UpperMiddleBogan

Tonightly with Tom Ballard, 9pm
World Premiere
Armed with nothing but jokes and access to memes, Tonightly with Tom Ballard will investigate and explain the latest headlines and the things you missed.
It’s the show you didn’t know you desperately needed, until now. #Tonightly

Game Face, series 1 (double episodes) from 9.30pm
Australian Premiere
Hot on the heels of the UK E4 broadcast and after a smashing pilot, UK comedian Roisin Conaty stars as Marcella, an aspiring actress recovering from a relationship break up. Despite her
optimistic attempts, and with help from her friends, therapist and driving instructor, she is unable to get her life back on track. #GameFace

Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Series 2, 10.20pm
For more music comedy panel action, check out this irreverent pop quiz from the U.K. Host Mark Lamarr and regular team captains Phill Jupitus and the late Sean Hughes are joined by guest
competitors from the worlds of music, TV, and comedy. #NMTB

Then every weeknight a chance to enjoy The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation

Tuesday 5:

Spicks and Specks, 7.30pm
Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by a revolving door of musos and comedians for the best Australian music comedy panel show ever. #SpicksAndSpecks

Ronny Chieng: International Student, pilot episode and series 1 (double episodes) from 8pm
Ronny Chieng is a Malaysian student who’s come to Australia to study law. He’s smart, driven, and competitive, which would make him the perfect law student if he actually wanted to be a
lawyer. Blunt, barbed and not afraid to cut through BS, it’s not long before Ronny is at odds with most people on campus. As a genuine outsider, Ronny is suspicious of any group that wants
him as a member, be it the beer-drinking Australians, the Mah-jong playing Asians or the pompous blazer-wearing… idiots. Ronny is caught between his old life and his new life, between the
international students and the local students, and between his mum’s expectations and his own dreams, whatever the hell they may be. #InternationalStudent

Tonightly with Tom Ballard, 9.00pm
Armed with nothing but jokes and access to memes, Tonightly with Tom Ballard will investigate and explain the latest headlines and the things you missed.
It’s the show you didn’t know you desperately needed, until now. #Tonightly

Kiki and Kitty, 9.30pm
World Premiere
Kiki is a young black woman trying to make it as an overworked paralegal for a corporate law firm in the big smoke. Kiki has always been the “Good Aboriginal Girl”, but after an embarrassing
scene at an office party, Kiki wakes up to find a big, black, bold woman in a black sequin dress, red lippie and martini in her hand, straddling her in bed. Kitty is impulsive, outspoken, sexy as
hell… she’s Kiki’s vagina come to life as a real person! Kiki is the only one who can see Kitty. But Kitty knows just what Kiki needs to get control of her life, and makes it her mission to fix it.
Kiki and Kitty is a Porchlight Films production for the ABC. Principal production investment from Screen Australia. #KikiAndKitty

Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Series 2, 10.20pm
For more music comedy panel action, check out this irreverent pop quiz from the U.K. Host Mark Lamarr and regular team captains Phill Jupitus and the late Sean Hughes are joined by guest
competitors from the worlds of music, TV, and comedy. #NMTB

Then every weeknight a chance to enjoy The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation.

Wednesday 6:

Spicks and Specks, 7.30pm
Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by a revolving door of musos and comedians for the best Australian music comedy panel show ever. #SpicksAndSpecks

Stop Laughing This is Serious, series 1, 8pm
Chart a course through the story of Australian comedy with interviews by the men and women that make us laugh including; Barry Humphries, Eric Bana, Colin Lane, Celia Pacquola, Charlie
Pickering, Magda Szubanski, Wendy Harmer, Shaun Micallef, Paul Hogan and many more. Through intimate conversations, classic archival footage, and a detailed retelling of Australian
social history, our beloved jokesters all understand one sacred truth – that every Australian’s greatest gift is the ability to laugh at ourselves. #StopLaughing

Tonightly with Tom Ballard, 9pm
Armed with nothing but jokes and access to memes, Tonightly with Tom Ballard will investigate and explain the latest headlines and the things you missed.
It’s the show you didn’t know you desperately needed, until now. #Tonightly

Catastrophe series 3 (double episodes) from 9.30pm
Australian Premiere
Rob (Rob Delaney) picks up where he left off last time, with an unexplained receipt for the morning after pill in his hand and a lot of questions for Sharon (Sharon Horgan). Too drunk at the
time to remember what she did, Sharon dodges Rob’s interrogation and goes to see Nico (Phil Dunster) perform with his band to find out the truth. Will she tell Rob what actually
happened? The issue is unexpectedly forced when one of the kids has an accident. Also starring the legendary Carrie Fisher. #Catastrophe

Never Mind the Buzzcocks, series 2, 10.30pm
For more music comedy panel action, check out this irreverent pop quiz from the U.K. Host Mark Lamarr and regular team captains Phill Jupitus and the late Sean Hughes are joined by guest
competitors from the worlds of music, TV, and comedy. #NMTB

Then every weeknight a chance to enjoy The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation.

Thursday 7:

Spicks and Specks, 7.30pm
Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by a revolving door of musos and comedians for the best Australian music comedy panel show ever. #SpicksAndSpecks

The Ex-PM, series 1 (double episodes) from 8pm
Shaun Micallef plays Andrew Dugdale, the fictitious, third longest serving Australian prime minister in The Ex-PM. #TheExPM

Tonightly with Tom Ballard, 9pm
Armed with nothing but jokes and access to memes, Tonightly with Tom Ballard will investigate and explain the latest headlines and the things you missed.
It’s the show you didn’t know you desperately needed, until now. #Tonightly

The IT Crowd, series 4, 9.30pm
Moss (Richard Ayoade), Roy (Chris O’Dowd) and Jen (Katherine Parkinson) are still working in the basement for the IT department of Reynholm Industries.
Jen applies for the post of Entertainment Manager. When she finds out that amusing her boss Douglas’s (Matt Berry) business connections has its darker side, she has to turn to Moss and
Roy for help. #TheITCrowd

Murder in Successville, series 1, 9.55pm
Australian Premiere
Successville is a surreal place with a high celebrity homicide count. Each week D.I. Sleet (Tom Davis) is partnered by a celebrity sidekick as they investigate the latest high-profile murder.
When Bruno Tonioli is murdered, DI Sleet and new recruit Jamie Laing must interview Tonioli’s ex-wife Darcey Bussell and explore the underworld of Successville’s mobs headed by the Carr
twins (Jimmy and Alan) and their rivals Harry Styles and his One Direction gang. #MurderInSuccessville

Never Mind the Buzzcocks, series 2, 10.25pm
For more music comedy panel action, check out this irreverent pop quiz from the U.K. Host Mark Lamarr and regular team captains Phill Jupitus and the late Sean Hughes are joined by guest
competitor from the worlds of music, TV, and comedy. #NMTB

Then every weeknight a chance to enjoy The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation.

Friday 8:

Spicks and Specks, 7.30pm
Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by a revolving door of musos and comedians for the best Australian music comedy panel show ever. #SpicksAndSpecks

Gruen XL, series 8, 8pm
An extended edition of the show that unpicks the dark art of advertising, spin and branding. Wil Anderson, Russel Howcroft and Todd Sampson are joined by a team of experts to look at the
Good, the Bad & the Ugly of Advertising. #Gruen

Hard Quiz, series 2, 8.45pm
Hard Quiz, where host Tom Gleeson (pictured) sets out to find Australia’s hardest quiz champion, pitting four contestants against each other in a battle of attrition. #HardQuiz

Best of Tonightly with Tom Ballard, 9.20pm
Join host Tom Ballard as he checks out all the best bits from the Tonightly week of news. #Tonightly

Episodes, series 4 (double episodes) from 9.50pm
Australian Premiere
Matt LeBlanc stars as Matt LeBlanc in Episodes, the hilarious comedy series about remaking a comedy series. When husband and wife writing team Sean (Stephen Mangan) and Beverly
(Tamsin Greig) set out to reproduce their British TV hit for an American network, all of their worst fears come true as Hollywood lives up to its reputation for absurdity. Not only does the network cast Matt LeBlanc in the starring role, but Matt takes the lead in deviously twisting their beloved series into a terrible cliché, while testing the couple’s marriage with diversions and
temptations. #Episodes

Never Mind the Buzzcocks, series 2, 10.50pm
For more music comedy panel action, check out this irreverent pop quiz from the U.K. Host Mark Lamarr and regular team captains Phill Jupitus and the late Sean Hughes are joined by guest
competitors from the worlds of music, TV, and comedy. #NMTB

Then every weeknight a chance to enjoy The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation.

Saturday 9:

Spicks and Specks, 7.30pm
Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by a revolving door of musos and comedians for the best Australian music comedy panel show ever. #SpicksAndSpecks

Would I Lie to You, series 11, 8pm
Rob Brydon hosts the ever so slightly deceitful comedy panel show in which two teams, headed by David Mitchell and Lee Mack, try to hoodwink each other with absurd facts and plausible
lies. #WILTY

Live at The Apollo, Christmas Special, series 11, 8.30pm
In the fabulously festive episode from the legendary Hammersmith Apollo, the incredible Nina Conti is the host, introducing Tanyalee Davis, Royal Variety Show favourite Hal Cruttenden and
star of The Last Leg Josh Widdicombe. #LiveAtTheApollo

Comedy Next Gen, series 2, 9.15pm
Australian Premiere
Comedy Next Gen showcases the next generation of stand-up comedians as they perform their latest live shows. Upcoming comedy acts will include: Aaron Chen, Becky Lucas, Cameron
James, Daniel Townes, David Quirk, Demi Lardner (pictured), Geraldine Hickey, Nick Cody, Sam Taunton, Suren Jayemanne, Tessa Walters, Tom Walker and Yianni Agisilaou. First up is Tom Walker – the self-described ‘stand-up comedian, improviser and clown’ and the winner of the Best Newcomer Award at the 2016 Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
#ComedyNextGen

Sunday 10:

Spicks and Specks, 7.30pm
Adam, Myf and Alan are joined by a revolving door of musos and comedians for the best Australian music comedy panel show ever. #SpicksAndSpecks

Michael McIntyre Comedy Roadshow, Series 1, 8pm
Star of stand-up comedy, Michael McIntyre visits six of the UK’s most prestigious and iconic comedy venues, unearthing a raft of comedy’s brightest new talent and finest comedians enroute.
#ComedyRoadshow

Tom Gleeson, Live at the Enmore, 8.45pm
Host of the ABCs Hard Quiz and regular on The Weekly with Charlie Pickering, Tom Gleeson is one of the best comedians in Australia. He sells out shows wherever he goes, and you can check
him out at his stand-up gig at Sydney’s iconic Enmore Theatre.

Adam Hills: The Last Leg, series 12, 10.30pm
Joined by a host of special guests, Adam Hills, Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe show no fear or favour as they tackle the weird and wonderful stories of the week and answer your #IsItOk
questions. #TheLastLeg

 

 

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Oct 29 2017

ABC2 to become ABC Comedy


YouTube: ABCTV

ABC‘s re-branding of its multi-channels continues, with plans to replace ABC2 with ABC Comedy.

The new channel, to launch 4 December, as the name implies will replace the prime-time entertainment and documentary channel with a line-up dedicated purely to comedy — drawing heavily on ABC’s existing library of content plus some new program acquisitions and commissions.

ABC Comedy will commence programming at 7.30pm each night, extending ABC Kids‘ line-up which currently occupies the same channel up to 7.00pm.

A new program, Tonightly, will be ABC Comedy’s signature program four nights a week at 9.00pm, hosted by Tom Ballard.

The change to ABC Comedy marks the end of ABC2 which began in 2005 but has not had a significant branding refresh since 2011, and follows recent re-branding of ABC News 24 to ABC News, and ABC3 as ABC Me.

Source: Huffington Post Australia

 

 

 

 

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Oct 24 2017

Obituary: Margaret Glazbrook

Former Adelaide TV presenter Margaret Glazbrook has died at the age of 86.

She passed away at home surrounded by her family.

From working in the sales department at SAS10 in the late 1960s, Glazbrook presented some of the advertorials on the station’s morning show, Touch Of Elegance.

When host Jaye Walton left the show in 1979, Glazbrook took over and continued to host Touch Of Elegance for over a decade — surviving the station’s transition from Ten to the Seven Network in 1987.

In a statement, a spokesperson for Seven said:  “During her 10 years as host she interviewed everybody from Sir David Attenborough (her favourite interviewee) to John Travolta and Liberace and 1940s/50s matinee idol Stewart Granger. Channel 7 send its condolences to Margaret’s family.”

Source: The Advertiser, Seven News

 

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Oct 23 2017

Perth Telethon raises $36m

Seven Perth’s Telethon has celebrated its 50th annual fundraiser with a record-breaking total of $36,431,381.

The total is the culmination of a 26-hour telethon hosted at the Perth Convention and Entertainment Centre, and broadcast through Seven in Perth and GWN7 in regional Western Australia and streamed online.

As well as local personalities from Seven in Perth, the telethon featured guest stars from various Seven Network programs including Sunrise, Home And Away, House Rules, Hell’s Kitchen, My Kitchen Rules, The Morning Show, Sunday Night, Daily Edition, 800 Words, The Secret Daughter and The Chase.

There were performances from artists including Leo Sayer, Daryl Braithwaite, Dami Im, Samantha Jade, Pete Murray, Liam Burrows, Normie Rowe, Ray Burgess, Mark Vincent and Steve Clisby.

 

Since its first appeal in 1968 (pictured), which raised a total of $90,182, Telethon has now raised more than $250 million for children’s charities in Western Australia.

 

 

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Oct 22 2017

Obituary: Judith McGrath

Judith McGrath, actress best known from Prisoner and All Saints, has died at the age of 70.

Born in Queensland, McGrath made an early appearance in the movie Age Of Consent, released in 1969.

She later appeared in guest roles in Crawford dramas Bluey, Skyways (in multiple roles) and Young Ramsay, but it was her role as prison officer Colleen “Po-Face” Powell in Prisoner that brought her widespread fame.


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Her early appearances in the series were sporadic but her character was given a higher profile following the departure of Vera Bennett (Fiona Spence) from the series, with Officer Powell eventually promoted to the position of Deputy Governor at Wentworth Detention Centre.

McGrath left Prisoner in 1984, with subsequent roles in Special Squad, Neighbours, Sword Of Honour, The Flying Doctors and Round The Twist.

In 1992 she joined A Country Practice as eccentric hippy Bernice Hudson. She played the role for two years, leaving not long before the series was axed by the Seven Network but did return for the last episode.

After roles in ABC dramas Police Rescue and Naked, she returned to Seven as part of the cast of the new medical drama All Saints, debuting in February 1998. Her character Yvonne “Von” Ryan was the veteran old-school nurse with a heart of gold, and was the only role to continue through the show’s entire 493 episode run.

McGrath’s last TV role was as a counsellor in the Seven Network series Winners And Losers.

Source: IMDB, TV Tonight, Darren Scott

 

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Oct 22 2017

The Pretty Petrol that failed to fire

For every show that makes it to TV there is an endless list of pitches, proposals and pilots that never pass those crucial stages.

In the Eighties, one of that endless list was Pretty Petrol, billed as the first comedy to come from Grundy Television, at that time producing hit shows like Prisoner, Sons And Daughters, Sale Of The Century and Wheel Of Fortune.

The premise was that two young females take on employment at an outer suburban petrol station owned by a retired mechanic and his over-officious wife and operated by their son.

Pretty Petrol featured some familiar faces — Victoria Nicolls, (pictured above) already a household name from The Restless Years and two years co-hosting Sale Of The Century, and veteran actors Willie Fennell and Diana Davidson.

TV Week, 16 April 1983

Relative newcomers Debbie Newsome, who’d had a bit part in the James Bond film For Your Eyes Only, and comedian and actor Lance Curtis also made up the cast.

The pilot was produced at the studios of TEN10, Sydney, in April 1983, and despite intentions to spin the pilot on to a 13 episode series, it would seem was never heard of again. Although the pilot has recently been put up on YouTube:


YouTube: Cheese and Onion Sandwich

Despite the earlier highs of The Restless Years and Sale Of The Century, Nicolls’ TV career never really returned to the same profile. She later scored ongoing roles in Prisoner and ill-fated soap Echo Point. She continued performing on stage and is soon to appear in Menopause The Musical on tour.

Despite Pretty Petrol not taking off, Grundys was soon to sign up Newsome as co-host of its dating game show, Perfect Match, which became a ratings hit for Network Ten in the mid-1980s.

Fennell also later worked for Grundy again in Sons And Daughters, and Davidson appeared in the short-lived Crawford drama All The Way and continued to work on stage.

Curtis later worked in radio and appeared on Seven Network music shows Sounds and After Dark. He died in an accident in 1985.

Pretty Petrol is reminiscent of a much earlier comedy series, Barley Charlie, that ran for 13 episodes in 1964. Barley Charlie told the story of two sisters who inherit a rundown service station staffed by a no-hoper mechanic.

Barley Charlie: Edward Hepple and Robina Beard

The series starred Sheila Bradley, Robina Beard and Edward Hepple and was produced at GTV9, Melbourne.

Source: TV Week, 19 March 1983, 16 April 1983. TV Times, 6 May 1964. Sydney Morning Herald, Daily Telegraph, Wikipedia.

 

 

 

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