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Thursday 18 February 1960 — MELBOURNE

Bert Newton has a busy day, hosting GTV9’s Thursday At One, then the first edition of pop music program The Hi Fi Club, then later joins up with In Melbourne Tonight

Source: TV Times, 12 February 1960

ABV2 HSV7 GTV9
6AM
7AM
8AM
9AM 9.30am Test Pattern, Music
10AM
11AM
12PM
1PM 1pm Thursday At One. Bert Newton, Laurel Young, Lesley Webster
2PM 2pm House Party 2pm Dragnet
3PM 3pm Menu For Tomorrow
3.15 Movie: Fisherman’s Wharf [IMDB]
3pm Susie
3.30 It’s Always Jan
4PM 4pm Woman’s World
4.30 To Market To Market
4.45 Kindergarten Playtime
4.30 The Last Of The Mohicans 4pm Crusader
4.30 Wonders Of The Wild
4.45 Our Gang
5PM 5pm Children’s TV Club. Maryrose Campbell, Clive Winmill 5pm Young Seven. Madeline Burke 5pm The Happy Show. Ron Blaskett, Gerry Gee, Susan-Gaye Anderson
6PM 6pm Seven League Boots
6.30 I Married Joan
6pm Cartoon Carnival
6.23 Disney’s Adventure Time
6.50 News, Weather. Geoff Raymond
6pm The Hi Fi Club. Bert Newton PREMIERE
6.30 Cartoons
6.40 News. Eric Pearce
7PM 7pm News, Weather. Tom Horton
7.30 Tales Of Wells Fargo
7pm Cannonball
7.30 The Real McCoys
7pm Soldiers Of Fortune
7.30 The Perry Como Show
8PM 8pm Panorama
8.30 Gaslight Music Hall
8pm Rawhide 8.30 Wagon Train
9PM 9pm The Critics
9.30 Down To Earth
9.45 In Your Garden. Bill Nicholls
9pm Peter Gunn
9.30 Gunsmoke
9.30 In Melbourne Tonight. Barry McQueen, Joy Fountain, Bert Newton, Hal Todd, Jack Little, Geoff Corke, Joff Ellen
10PM 10pm Stage Seven
10.30 News, Newsreel
10.55 Close
10pm Club Seven. Frank Wilson
11PM 11pm Close 11pm I Led Three Lives
11.30 Epilogue
11.35 Close
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