9 June 1971: Tony Barber (Temptation)

9 June 1973: Gordon Boyd (Showcase)

9 June 1973: Vikki Broughton (Young Talent Time)

9 June 1979: Bert Newton (New Faces, The Don Lane Show)

9 June 1990: Sophie Heathcote and Georgie Parker (A Country Practice)

9 June 2001: Georgie Parker (All Saints)

9 June 2007: Chris Vance and Allison Cratchley (All Saints)

9 June 1990: Seven broadcasts the four-hour international Earth ‘90 special, Prince Charles – Children And The Environment. HRH Prince Charles gives a personal view of the environmental problems that face the world today. The program includes appearances by Debbie Gibson, Olivia Newton-John, Julio Iglesias, Audrey Hepburn, John Denver and the Vienna Children’s Choir.

9 June 1992: In A Country Practice (Seven), Frank Gilroy (Brian Wenzel) receives news that his wife Shirley (Lorrae Desmond, pictured) has died in a plane crash. The storyline marked Desmond’s departure from the series after more than ten years.

9 June 1997: ABC premieres Race Around The World, where contestants were given a video camera, then travel the world with the goal of producing a series of short videos and documentaries over 100 days, to be judged by a panel.

9 June 2006 (overnight into 10 June): SBS begins its coverage of the FIFA World Cup from Germany, including the opening ceremony and the first match — Germany versus Costa Rica — from Munich, followed by Poland versus Ecuador from Gelsenkirchen.

9 June 2007: SBS premieres 13-part drama series Kick, starring Zoe Ventoura, George Kapiniaris, Maria Mercedes, Raji James, Anh Do, Kat Stewart and Firass Dirani.

Kick: Zoe Ventoura

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