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Tuesday 1 November 1988 — MELBOURNE

Network Ten televises the Bicentenary Melbourne Cup Carnival.

ABC’s World At Six provides a competitor to SBS’ acclaimed World News.

The D-Generation present a comedy special on Seven to salute ‘Roy Smeck’.

Jo Pearson and Terry Willesee front Nine’s early evening magazine show Live At 5

Source: TV Week, 29 October 1988

 

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6AM 6am TVAM. John Barton, Kay McGrath 6am National Nine News
6.30 Business Today
6am USA Today
6.30 Ten News
7AM 7am Battle Of The Planets
7.27 Belle And Sebastian
7.52 Today’s Special
7.30 Cartoon Connection. Michael Horrocks, Alex Wileman 7am Today. George Negus, Elizabeth Hayes 7am Good Morning Australia. Mike Gibson, Kerri-Anne Kennerley
8AM 8.20 Sesame Street
9AM 9.20 Parental Guidance Recommended
9.30 Play School
9.30 Fat Cat And Friends 9am Here’s Humphrey 9am Mulligrubs
9.30 Horse Racing: The Bicentenary Melbourne Cup Carnival. Bruce McAvaney, Mike Gibson, Annette Allison, Joan McInnes, Lady Susan Renouf. Live from Flemington
10AM 10am For Schools: Minimaths, The Australian Eye, Looking Into Paintings, Behind The News, Insight, Scientific Eye 10am Cash And Company 10am Diff’rent Strokes
10.30 General Hospital
11AM 11am Eleven AM 11.30 National Nine News
12PM 12pm Maelstrom 12pm Movie: Green Fire. 1956 [IMDB] 12pm Midday With Ray Martin
1PM 1pm Parental Guidance Recommended
1.10 For Schools: Let’s Learn Japanese, For The Juniors
1.30 Days Of Our Lives
2PM 2pm Four Corners (Rpt)
2.45 Animal Fair
2.55 Thomas The Tank Engine And Friends
2.30 The Persuaders 2.30 The Young And The Restless
3PM 3pm Sesame Street
3.55 Thomas The Tank Engine And Friends
3.30 The Flying Nun 3.30 Maude 3pm TV Ed
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 The Sooty Show
4.50 Mr Men
4pm Wombat
4.30 The Mouse Factory
4pm C’mon Kids 4pm The Electric Company
4.30 Kaleidoscope
5PM 5pm The Afternoon Show. Includes Inspector Gadget, Doctor Who 5pm Wheel Of Fortune. John Burgess
5.30 Press Your Luck. Ian Turpie
5pm Live At 5. Terry Willesee, Jo Pearson 5.30 Perfect Match. Greg Evans, Kerrie Friend 5pm Dance With Me (Brazil)
5.30 International Airport (Italy)
6PM 6pm World At Six. Fiona Bales
6.30 The Oz Game
6pm Home And Away
6.30 Seven Nightly News. Jennifer Keyte, Glenn Taylor
6pm National Nine News. Brian Naylor
6.30 A Current Affair. Jana Wendt
6pm Ten News. David Johnston, Mal Walden, Tracey Curro, Bruce McAvaney, Julie Foster 6pm The Noise. Annette Shun Wah
6.30 World News. Mary Kostakidis
7PM  7pm ABC News. Mary Delahunty
7.30 The 7.30 Report. John Jost
7pm Hinch At Seven. Derryn Hinch
7.30 A Country Practice
7pm Sale Of The Century
7.28 Keno
7.30 Who’s The Boss?
7pm Neighbours
7.30 Sable
7pm Sport Report
7.30 Reagan On Reagan
8PM  8pm The Investigators
8.28 ABC News
8.30 Floodtide
8.30 Beyond 2000 8pm Growing Pains
8.30 Mini-Series: A Fortunate Life. Part IV. [IMDB]
8.30 Mini-Series: Bluegrass. Part I. [IMDB] 8.30 Chateauvallon (France)
9PM  9.28 ABC News
9.30 The Last Resort
9.30 Special: The D-Generation’s Tribute To Roy Smeck 9.30 Tonight With Paul Murphy
10PM  10.20 The World Tonight. Richard Palfreyman
10.50 Rock Arena. Suzanne Dowling
10.30 Newsworld 10.30 Graham Kennedy’s News Show. Graham Kennedy, Ken Sutcliffe 10.30 Dallas 10pm Joys And Shadows (Spain)
11PM  11.30 Langley Bottom 11.30 Carson’s Comedy Classics 11.30 NFL Match Of The Week 11.05 The Awakening (Singapore)
11.55 Close
12AM  12.05am Close 12am Today (NBC) 12am Movie: The Amorous Adventures Of Moll Flanders. 1965 [IMDB]
1AM 
2AM  2am Thriller 2.30 Movie: The Wrong Man. 1957 (B&W) [IMDB] 2.30am Nightshift
3AM  3.30 Duty Free
4AM  4am Dempsey And Makepeace 4.35 Bonanza
5AM  5am Newsworld (Rpt)
(continues to 6am)
5.30 The Young Doctors
(continues to 6am)
5am Hans Christian Andersen
5.30 Maya The Bee
(continues to 6am)

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