22 May 1999: Libby Tanner (All Saints)

22 May 2004: Georgie Parker and Wil Traval (All Saints)

22 May 2010: Firass Dirani and Jessica Tovey (Underbelly: The Golden Mile)

22 May 1990: Bruce McAvaney hosts Seven’s coverage of the AFL State Of Origin — NSW versus Victoria — from the Sydney Cricket Ground.

22 May 1991: ABC premieres two-part mini-series Half A World Away, focusing on the 1934 London to Melbourne air race – starring Tim Hughes, Caroline Goodall, Jonathan Hyde, Helen Slater, Jim Holt, Josephine Byrnes, Gary Day and Barry Bostwick.

22 May 1996: SBS premieres First Person, a six-part documentary series focusing on the lives of six ordinary Australians told from their own perspective.

22 May 1999: The FA Cup Final — Manchester United versus Newcastle United — is live on SBS from Wembley Stadium, London.

22 May 2004: The FA Cup Final — Manchester United versus Millwall — is live on SBS from Wembley Stadium, London.

22 May 2005: SBS presents a delayed coverage of the Grand Final of the 50th annual Eurovision Song Contest from Kyiv, Ukraine, with commentary by Terry Wogan (BBC).

22 May 2008: ABC1 premieres discussion forum Q&A, hosted by Tony Jones. The first studio guest is Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.

22 May 2009: SBS screens the documentary Friday On My Mind, tracing the rapid rise of Australian rock band The Easybeats.

22 May 2010: In the lead up to the 55th annual Eurovision Song Contest in Oslo, Norway, SBS screens the special Eurovision A-Z. Julia Zemiro and Sam Pang take a look at all things Eurovision, including guest appearances by Les Murray, Meow Meow, Gina G, Bjorn Again and three-time Eurovision winner Johnny Logan.

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