15 July 1978: Paul Hogan (The Paul Hogan Show)
15 July 1995: Lisa McCune and John Wood (Blue Heelers)
15 July 2000: Caroline Craig, John Wood, Jane Allsop (Blue Heelers)
15 July 2006: Tammy MacIntosh and Peter Phelps (All Saints)
15 July 1958: The play Murder Story, based on the real-life murder of a London policeman, stars John Ewart, Richard Meikle, Neva Carr Glyn, John Alden, Don Crosby, Deryck Barnes and Douglas Kelly. The production was broadcast live two months earlier from ABN2, Sydney, and “kinescoped” for telecast in Melbourne on ABV2.
15 July 1969: Includes the long-running Brisbane-based game show I’ve Got A Secret, hosted by QTQ9 newsreader Don Seccombe.
15 July 1978: Saturday night fare includes the ABC variety series The Saturday Show plus US shows Hawaii Five-0, Eight Is Enough, Quincy ME, Happy Days and Tabitha, the short-lived spin-off from the classic sitcom Bewitched.
15 July 1990: Network Ten’s The Comedy Company returns after a half-year break. The revamped show features a number of new cast members but is not renewed at the end of the year.
15 July 1991: Seven launches a new afternoon quiz show, Blockbusters, hosted by Michael Pope. The Doug Anthony All Stars make their return to TV in a new comedy series, DAAS Kapital.