4 February 1978: Noeline Brown and Ugly Dave Gray (Blankety Blanks)

4 February 1984: Michael Long and Rowena Wallace (Sons And Daughters)

4 February 1984: Caroline Ainslie (NWS9, Adelaide)

4 February 1995: Lisa McCune (Blue Heelers)

4 February 2006: Amy Mathews and Chris Hemsworth (Home And Away)

4 February 1972: Mike Willesee and John Bailey host Preview 72, a one-hour special highlighting the shows coming up on the Nine Network during the year.

4 February 1984: Network Ten‘s 26-hour National Olympic Telethon comes to a close with a final total of $5,520,000 raised from across Australia.

4 February 1991: Network Ten’s Good Morning Australia launches a revamped look, with Kerri-Anne Kennerley and new co-host Tim Webster (pictured). The morning show now has a lighter, brighter format with more emphasis on entertainment, consumer affairs, recreation, health and sport. Later in the day Ten launches evening game shows Let’s Make A Deal, with Vince Sorrenti, and Blind Date, with Greg Evans and Nicky Buckley.

4 February 1998: Wildside, previously seen as a four-part mini-series on ABC, returns as a weekly series of 36 episodes.

4 February 2002: SBS and Fox Sports present coverage of Superbowl XXXVI, live from New Orleans, Louisiana.

4 February 2005: Seven Network personality and former champion swimmer Johanna Griggs takes over as host of Better Homes And Gardens.

4 February 2008: SBS and Fox Sports 2 present coverage of Superbowl XLII, live from Phoenix, Arizona.

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