23 February 1966: Graham Kennedy (In Melbourne Tonight)

23 February 1974: Carl Bleazby and Dorothy Bradley (Bellbird)

23 February 1980: Anne Semler and Syd Heylen (Arcade)

23 February 1980: George Negus, Ray Martin, Gerald Stone, Ian Leslie (60 Minutes)

23 February 1991: Tammy MacIntosh (Chances)

23 February 2002: Ada Nicodemou and Max Theoharis (Home And Away)

23 February 2008: Ryan Moloney and Carla Bonner (Neighbours)

23 February 1981: Network Ten revives the breakfast news format with the debut of Good Morning Australia, hosted by Gordon Elliott and Sue Kellaway.

23 February 1993: Hugo Weaving, Heather Mitchell, Andy Anderson and Victoria Longley star in Lust, the opening episode of the ABC anthology series Seven Deadly Sins.

23 February 1995: The daily adventures of vet Peter Trembath are covered in the new six-part documentary series The Flying Vet (ABC).

23 February 1998: James O’Neil hosts Seven‘s new afternoon game show, Hot Streak.

23 February 2000: The Mole, a reality competition based on a Belgian format, debuts on Seven, hosted by Grant Bowler.

23 February 2009: The Cut, a six-part drama exploring the sometimes murky world of sports management, debuts on ABC. Starring John Wood, Matt Passmore, Ben Oxenbould and Julieanne Newbould.

23 February 2012: Network Ten launches its new morning show Breakfast with Paul Henry, Andrew Rochford, Kathryn Robinson and Magdalena Roze (pictured) Breakfast battle takes on an early start [2012]

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