15 June 1968: Tony Ward and Gabrielle Hartley (Hunter)

15 June 1974: Fred ‘Cul’ Cullen (The Box)

15 June 1985: Penny Cook and Grant Dodwell (A Country Practice)

15 June 1991: Rachael Beck (Hey Dad!)

15 June 1996: Tempany Deckert (Home And Away)

15 June 2002: Christie Hayes, Daniel Collopy, Tammin Sursok (Home And Away)

15 June 1967: Melbourne’s ATV0 created history when it telecasts the Pakenham race meeting in colour — the first live colour telecast in Australia . Only ATV0 executives, representatives of the Australian Broadcasting Control Board and invited members of the press could see the colour pictures on specially-purchased colour TV sets installed at the Nunawading studios — 40 years of colour TV [2014]

15 June 1992: Daryl Somers, Ossie Ostrich (Ernie Carroll) and the rest of the Hey Hey It’s Saturday gang star in Hey Hey The Movie — Silence Of The Hams (Nine).

15 June 1994: Graham Phillips (Quantum) hosts the new information technology series Hot Chips (ABC), featuring reporters Rebecca Le Tourneau, John Millard, Chris Nash and Gareth Powell. Live And Sweaty host Elle McFeast (Libbi Gorr) hosts the special Sex, Guys And Videotape (ABC), taking a candid look at male sexuality.

15 June 2003: The Seven Network screens the final performance of John Farnham’s The Last Time tour of 2002-03. Network Ten premieres the mini-series After The Deluge, starring David Wenham, Hugo Weaving, Samuel Johnson and Ray Barrett.

15 June 2008: The Seven Network premieres singing competition Battle Of The Choirs, hosted by David Koch.


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