29 March 1969: Graham Kennedy (In Melbourne Tonight)

29 March 1975: Joe Hasham (Number 96)

29 March 1975: Kamahl

29 March 1980: Paula Duncan (Cop Shop) and TV Week Logie Awards‘ guest Michael York

29 March 1980: Peter Adams, Paula Duncan, Lynda Stoner (Cop Shop)

29 March 2003: Erik Thomson and Georgie Parker (All Saints)

29 March 2008: Kate Ritchie and Josh Quong Tart (Home And Away)

29 March 1978: ABC debuts quiz show Mastermind, hosted by Huw Evans. Each week four contestants answer questions on general knowledge and specialist subjects. The winner at the end of the 17-week series will be named Mastermind of Australia, 1978, and be invited to appear on the BBC program of the same name.

29 March 1979: The latest Paul Hogan Show special investigates the strange Australian ritual of BYO barbeques, while Paul Hogan takes a look at World Series Bowls.  Guest stars include the Little River Band, Karen Pini and Sue McIntosh.

29 March 1990: Network Ten presents a one-hour documentary, Teenage Sexuality: The Best Years Of Our Lives, hosted by Brad Robinson. Teenagers openly discuss their first sexual experiences and attitudes to contraception and promiscuity.

29 March 1996: Due to the upcoming weekend’s Victorian election coverage, Hey Hey It’s Saturday (Nine) makes another special Friday appearance.

29 March 2009: The Australian Formula One Grand Prix is telecast on Network Ten, live from Albert Park, Melbourne.

29 March 2010: TV chef Iain Hewitson debuts his new series, Huey’s Kitchen, airing weekday afternoons on Network Ten.

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