4 May 1985: Rowena Wallace (Sons And Daughters) with TV Week Logie Awards guests Larry Hagman and Linda Gray (Dallas)

4 May 1991: Georgie Parker (A Country Practice) and Julian McMahon

4 May 1996: Lisa McCune (Blue Heelers)

4 May 2002: Georgie Parker (All Saints)

4 May 1964: Melbourne’s third commercial channel, ATV0, presents its first test programs ahead of its official launch in August —ATV Channel 0’s first programs [2014]

4 May 1979: HSV7, Melbourne, launches a new weekly children’s show, Stax, promising a new approach to television where children, aged 7 to 13, provide the ideas for the show and present them.

4 May 1992: The Nine Network debuts children’s series The New Adventures Of Skippy, a modern take on the TV classic Skippy The Bush Kangaroo, starring Andrew Clarke.

4 May 1994: Andrew Denton hosts the special The Money Or The Gun On Ice as he journeys to Antarctica to see how the 19 residents on the island coped with living in isolation for a year.

4 May 1995: Network Ten screens the documentary Six Of Us: A Snapshot Of Young Australia, profiling six different Australians.

4 May 1996: Ten‘s new Saturday afternoon lifestyle show Bright Ideas: The Home Improvement Show promises “everything from purchasing a home to the range of home improvement options available”.

4 May 1997: SBS screens a delayed telecast of the 42nd annual Eurovision Song Contest, held in Dublin, Ireland.

4 May 1999: The Seven Network debuts real estate/lifestyle program Hot Property, hosted by Michael Caton.

4 May 2008: The 50th annual TV Week Logie Awards are held at Crown Palladium, Melbourne, and telecast on the Nine NetworkTV Week Logie Awards: 10 years ago [2018]

4 May 2009: Network Ten debuts factual series Recruits, following the day-to-day life of a group of police recruits on their way to becoming police officers in the New South Wales Police Force.

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