14 April 1960: Graham Kennedy (In Melbourne Tonight, The Graham Kennedy Show)

14 April 1962: Tommy Hanlon Jnr (It Could Be You)

14 April 1971: Mike Willesee (Four Corners), Bill Peach (This Day Tonight, NSW/ACT/VIC), Clive Hale (TDT, South Australia), John Honey (Line-up, Tasmania), Duncan Graham (TDT, Western Australia), Mike Minehan (TDT, Queensland)

14 April 1973: Pat McDonald and Ron Shand (Number 96)

14 April 1979: Jamie Higgins, Paul Cronin, Richard Morgan (The Sullivans)

14 April 1984: Debbie Newsome (Perfect Match)

15 April 1984: Bert Newton (New Faces)

14 April 1990: Nicolle Dickson and Craig McLachlan (Home And Away)

14 April 2001: Kimberley Cooper, Zac Drayson, Tammin Sursok (Home And Away)

14 April 2007: Amy Mizzi (Home And Away)

14 April 1970: The 0-10 Network screens a delayed telecast of the 42nd annual Academy Awards, held a week earlier at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles. Host is Bob Hope.

14 April 1993: Andrew Denton, Wendy Harmer and Campbell McComas feature in World Series Debating: That TV Is Bad For You (ABC), performed as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. MTV‘s Richard Wilkins hosts the seventh annual Aria Awards (Nine) from the Sydney Entertainment Centre.

14 April 2002: The Seven Network debuts children’s series Short Cuts, written by Marieke Hardy.

14 April 2010: Following the success of the two reunion specials in 2009, Hey Hey It’s Saturday returns for a 20-episode series — airing on Wednesday nights.

14 April 2012: Hamish Blake wins the Gold Logie at the 54th annual TV Week Logie Awards, held at the Crown Palladium, Melbourne — TV Week Logie Awards: 10 years ago [2022]

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