3 April 1965: Jimmy Hannan (Saturday Date)

3 April 1971: Gerard Kennedy (Division 4)

3 April 1976: Gus Mercurio (Tandarra)

3 April 1982: Anne Tenney (A Country Practice)

3 April 1993: Kym Wilson (A Country Practice)and Cathy Godbold (Newlyweds)

3 April 1999: Emily Symons (Home And Away)

3 April 2004: Bridie Carter and Aaron Jeffery (McLeod’s Daughters)

3 April 2010: Brian McFadden, Dannii Minogue, Kyle Sandilands (Australia’s Got Talent)

3 April 1982: The 1982 Victorian State Election is reported on all five Melbourne channels.

3 April 1987: Don Lane (pictured) hosts the 29th annual TV Week Logie Awards, telecast on Network Ten from the Hyatt On Collins, Melbourne — TV Week Logie Awards: 25 years ago [2012]

3 April 1994: Ten’s coverage of the James Hardie 12 Hour Race kicks off with the opening hour from 6.00am, then continues with race updates at 9am, 10am and 11am before live coverage resumes at midday, continuing through to 5.30pm.

3 April 2005: The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala (Ten) features Dave Hughes, Arj Barker, Akmal Saleh, Danny Bhoy and Chris Addison.

3 April 2006: The debut of 7-part SBS series Song For The Socceroos, hosted by Julia Zemiro. The series was a contest to find the theme song to the Socceroos campaign for the upcoming FIFA World Cup.

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