20 May 1972: Eric Oldfield (The Godfathers)

20 May 1978: Samantha Sang

20 May 1978: Maggie Dence and Michael Caton (The Sullivans)

20 May 1995: Lisa McCune (Blue Heelers) with ‘Hammer’ and ‘Vulcan’ (Gladiators)

20 May 2000: Justin Melvey (Home And Away) and Jane Allsop (Blue Heelers)

20 May 2006: John Wood (Blue Heelers)

20 May 1988: New TV Station — NEW10, Perth — The NEW kid’s turning 20 [2008]

20 May 1990: The Nine Network debuts two-part mini-series The Private War Of Lucinda Smith, starring Nigel Havers, Linda Cropper, Andrew Clarke and Vincent Ball.

20 May 1992: The Nine Network presents coverage of Game Two of the Rugby League State Of Origin — Queensland versus NSW — from Lang Park, Brisbane.

20 May 1993: After four years and 404 episodes, Network Ten drama E Street comes to an end.

20 May 1994: SBS begins transmission in Darwin.

20 May 1996: Comedy series The Glynn Nicholas Show (ABC) makes its debut, starring Glynn Nicholas with Alison Whyte, Merridy Eastman and Wayne Hope.

20 May 1999: The Nine Network broadcasts the Cricket World Cup — Australia versus New Zealand — live from Cardiff, Wales. Hosted by Ray Martin and Ian Heal.

20 May 2000: The FA Cup Final — Aston Villa versus Chelsea — is live on SBS from Wembley Stadium, London.

20 May 2005: SBS presents a delayed coverage of the Preliminary Final of the 50th annual Eurovision Song Contest from Kyiv, Ukraine, with commentary by Paddy O’Connell (BBC).

20 May 2007: The King: The Story of Graham Kennedy, depicting the life of television personality Graham Kennedy, is broadcast on pay-TV channel TV1.

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