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Sunday 1 August 1971 — SYDNEY

The American Apollo 15 mission’s second day on the moon has live coverage. Channels were to also have live coverage the following night, with Apollo 15 due to blast-off to commence its return to Earth on Tuesday morning (Australian time) — also to be telecast live to a global audience.

The Sydney Morning Herald noted that its TV station ATN7 would have coverage from 11.15pm, but this was not listed.

Normal scheduled programs during the night may have also been subject to interruption due to covering events and press conferences related to the Apollo 15 mission — man’s fourth landing on the moon.

Source: TV Week, 31 July 1971. Sun-Herald, 1 August 1971.

 

  ABN2 ATN7 TCN9 TEN10
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6AM
7AM
8AM 8.30am These Children Are Ours
8.45 Television Tutorial
8.30am Young World. Jeremy Cordeaux
9AM 9am Forum. Ron Casey
10AM 10.50am Your Career 10.30 The Capitalist 10am Television Mass 10am Owly’s School
10.30 Swami Sarasvati
11AM 11am Divine Service
11.48 Conquest Of The Sea
11am Romper Room
11.30 ANZAC
11am Faith For Today
11.25 Meet The Press
11.55 Relaxing With Roma
11am Cooking With Julie. Julie McGinn
11.30 On The Line. Jeremy Cordeaux
12PM 12pm Apollo 15: Highlights
12.30 Pacemakers
12.45 In Your Garden
12pm Sports Action. Rex Mossop 12pm World Championship Wrestling 12pm Wild West Theatre
1PM 1pm Four Corners (Rpt) 1pm Bob Rogers Sees Daylight 1pm World Of Sport. Ron Casey
1.55 Point Of View
1pm Wells Fargo
2PM 2.05 World Of Wooster
2.40 Movie: The Incredible Mr Limpet. 1964 [IMDB]
2pm Movie: The Man From The Alamo. 1953 [IMDB] 2pm Star Soccer 2pm Movie: Scheherazade. 1962 [IMDB]
3PM 3.30 Movie: The Rainbow Jacket. 1954 [IMDB] 3.45 Movie: Chetniks. 1943 [IMDB]
4PM 4.15 The Die Hard 4pm High Chaparral
5PM 5.05 Gringo’s Holiday
5.30 King Arthur And The Square Knights
5.55 Doctor Who
5pm Special: The Second Sunrise 5pm New Faces. Terry Dear 5pm Young Talent Time. Johnny Young, Evie Hayes
6PM 6.20 Origami
6.30 The Governor And JJ
6.55 Weather
6pm Seven National News. Barrie Freedman
6.15 Sunday. Roger Climpson
6.30 UFO
6pm National Nine News. Includes News Magazine
6.30 Disneyland
6pm News. Includes Here And There
6.30 Wild Kingdom
7PM  7pm ABC News. Includes Weekend Magazine
7.30 Would You Believe?
7.30 The Flip Wilson Show 7.30 The Carol Burnett Show 7.30 Adam 12
8PM  8pm Ballet: The Royal Ballet
8.55 Retrospect
8.30 Movie: A Man Could Get Killed. 1966 [IMDB] 8.30 Movie: What Did You Do In The War Daddy? [IMDB] 8.30 Movie: The Long And The Short And The Tall. 1961 [IMDB]
9PM  9.50 Missa Brevis
10PM  10.20 News, Weather
10.45 Apollo 15. Live coverage
10.30 Then Came Bronson 10.35 Apollo 15. Live coverage
10.40 Meet The Press
10.30 Apollo 15. Live coverage
11PM  11.30 Close 11.30 The Hang Up 11.10 Apollo 15. Live coverage
11.15 Close Up
11.45 Apollo 15. Live coverage
11.15 Adventure Unlimited
11.45 Apollo 15. Live coverage
12AM  12am Close 12.30am Listen Hear!
12.35 Close
1AM 
2AM  2.10am Viewpoint
2.20 Close
3AM 
4AM 
5AM 

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