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Friday 24 September 1993 — MELBOURNE

The Seven and Nine networks cross live to Monte Carlo for six hours of coverage of the International Olympic Committee’s announcement of the host city of the 2000 Olympic Games. Sydney is one of the bidding cities, competing with Beijing, Berlin, Istanbul and Manchester. The Ten Network presents live coverage between 2.30am and 5am with updates during the morning repeat of Sports Tonight at 6am.

GTV9 presents the first prime-time edition of The Footy Show as a Grand Final preview. And HSV7 continues the annual tradition of the Grand Final Eve Football Marathon after midnight, playing selected highlights of Australian Rules football from over the decades.

Source: TV Week, 18 September 1993

 

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6AM (5am) Open Learning
6.30 Australia Television News
(3.15am) Special: Sydney 2000 — The Decision. Live from Monte Carlo (3am) Today — Special Edition: Olympic Verdict 6am Sports Tonight (Rpt) Includes Olympic Update
6.30 Neighbours (Rpt)
7AM 7am First Edition
7.30 Open Learning (cont’d)
7am The Bionic Six
7.30 Capitol Critters
7am Worldwatch: 7.01 The Journal (Germany), 7.30 Dateline (rpt), 8am Le Journal (France), 8.30 Chinese News (Mandarin), 9am Novosti (Russia), 9.30 First Business, 10am The MacNeil Lehrer Newshour, 11am Das Journal (Germany)
8AM 8.30 Sesame Street 8am Speed Racer
8.30 Mulligrubs
9AM 9.25 Paddington Bear
9.30 Play School
9am The Book Place
9.30 At Home. John Mangos, Sharon Dale
9am Here’s Humphrey
9.30 Ernie And Denise. Ernie Sigley, Denise Drysdale
9am Good Morning Australia. Bert Newton
10AM 10am For Schools: Problem Creek, Australia Place, Geographical Eye, Scientific Eye 10.30 NBC Nightly News 10.30 National News
11AM 11am Eleven AM. Ann Sanders 11am What’s Cooking
11.30 Entertainment Tonight
11am Sally Jessy Raphael 11.30 Weatherwatch, Music
12PM 12pm The World At Noon
12.30 Lateline (Rpt)
12pm Midday With Ray Martin 12pm Santa Barbara
1PM 1pm Open Learning 1pm Special: Sydney 2000 — The Decision (Rpt) 1.30 Days Of Our Lives 1pm The Bold And The Beautiful
1.30 Donahue
1.15pm Professional And Graduate Education Service (PAGE)
2PM 2pm Attitude (Rpt)
2.40 Fire On The Rim
2.55 Consuming Passions
2pm Perry Mason 2.30 The Young And The Restless 2.30 Oprah Winfrey
3PM 3pm Sesame Street
3.55 Bananas In Pyjamas
3pm The Beverly Hillbillies
3.30 Special: Stay Tooned — The History Of Tom And Jerry
3.30 Supermarket Sweep 3.30 Live It Up
4PM 4pm Play School
4.30 Rupert
4.50 Superted
4pm Disney Adventures
4.30 Now You See It
4pm Parker Lewis Can’t Lose
4.30 Wonder World
4pm Lassie
4.30 Totally Wild
4.15 TV Ed
4.45 English At Work
5PM 5pm The Afternoon Show. Includes Captain Planet And The Planeteers, Press Gang 5pm Family Feud. Rob Brough
5.30 Wheel Of Fortune. John Burgess, Adriana Xenides
5pm Paradise Beach
5.30 Rescue 911
5pm Ten Eyewitness News. David Johnston, Jo Pearson 5.15 Little Missy (Brazil)
5.50 For Your Information
6PM 6pm A Dog’s Life
6.30 Gardening Australia. Peter Cundall
6pm Seven Nightly News. Jennifer Keyte
6.30 Real Life. Stan Grant
6pm National Nine News. Brian Naylor
6.30 A Current Affair. Mike Willesee
6pm The Simpsons
6.30 Neighbours
6pm World Sports. Les Murray
6.30 World News. Mary Kostakidis
7PM  7pm ABC News. Ian Henderson
7.30 The 7.30 Report. Mary Delahunty
7pm Home And Away
7.30 The Great Outdoors
7pm Sale Of The Century
7.29 Keno
7.30 Burke’s Backyard — Spring Special
7pm Hinch. Derryn Hinch
7.30 Are You Being Served?
7pm Dateline
7.30 Far Flung Floyd
8PM  8pm On The Up
8.28 ABC News
8.30 Movie: Cat On A Hot Tin Roof. 1958 [IMDB]
8.30 The Ruth Rendell Mysteries With Inspector Wexford 8pm The Bookshow Specials
8.30 People
9PM  9pm Perry Mason 9pm The Footy Show Grand Final Preview. Max Walker, Dermott Brereton, Sam Newman, Simon O’Donnell, Simon Madden, Ted Whitten, Lou Richards, Mal Brown 9.30 Movie: Breathless. 1959 (B&W) (France) [IMDB]
10PM  10.20 ABC News
10.30 Live And Sweaty
10.30 Nightline. Jim Waley
11PM  11.30 Sticky Moments On Tour 11pm Tonight Live. Richard Stubbs 11pm Wiseguy 11pm Ten Eyewitness News. Anne Fulwood
11.30 Sports Tonight
11.05 Nomad
12AM  12.15am Australia Television News. Rosemary Church
12.45 Rage
(continues to 9am)
12am Special: AFL Grand Final Football Marathon
(continues to 8am)
12am Entertainment Tonight
12.30 Movie: Sorry Wrong Number. 1948 (B&W) [IMDB]
12am Basketball: NBL 12.05am Movie: Shivers. 1981 (Poland) [IMDB]
1AM  1.50 Close
2AM  2.10 Movie: The Hunted Lady. 1977 [IMDB] 2.15 Just For The Record
2.45 Movie: Operation Camel. 1961 [IMDB]
3AM 
4AM  4am The Twilight Zone
4.30 Great Circuses Of The World
4am Prisoner
5AM  5.30 The Sullivans
(continues to 6am)
5am Tequila And Bonetti
(continues to 6am)

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