10 July 1958: Radio star Jack Davey

10 July 1971: Ken James (Skippy The Bush KangarooThe Group) and bride Jan

10 July 1993: Rachael Beck and Ben Oxenbould (Hey Dad!)

10 July 1999: Erik Thomson, Georgie Parker, Martin Lynes (All Saints)

10 July 2004: Aaron Jeffery, Rachael Carpani, Brett Tucker, Michala Banas, Myles Pollard, Bridie Carter, Simmone Jade Mackinnon (McLeod’s Daughters)

10 July 2010: Jordan Smith and Margot Robbie (Neighbours), Christian Clark and Tessa James (Home And Away)

10 July 1991: Bruce Spence, Hugo Weaving and American actress Rosanna Arquette star in the Australian-made telemovie Wendy Cracked A Walnut (ABC), telling the story of a housewife who yearns for the romance and passion she finds in pulp novels.

10 July 1992: ABC premieres a four-part documentary series, Track Record, tracing the history of Australian railways.

10 July 1997: The Nine Network premieres Moment Of Truth, a ten-part series following ordinary Australians at critical moments in their lives. Hosted by Jennifer Keyte.

10 July 1998: In Melbourne, Seven‘s coverage of the AFL State Of Origin — Allies versus Victoria — from Brisbane, is up against Nine‘s coverage of the EJ Whitten Legends Game — a charity match featuring retired football stars in honour of the late Ted Whitten.

10 July 1999: The Nine Network premieres The Mick Molloy Show, a comedy-variety show with Mick Molloy and regulars including Bob Franklin, Judith Lucy, Tony Martin and Pete Smith. The show was cancelled after eight episodes.

10 July 2003: ABC premieres comedy series Fat Cow Motel, starring Brendan Cowell and Kate Atkinson.

10 July 2004: ABC premieres nostalgia series The Way We Were, hosted by Mark Trevorrow. The first episode looks at how children’s television has changed over the years and features guest appearances by Nancy Cato (The Magic Circle Club, Adventure Island), Rob Morrison and Deane Hutton (The Curiosity Show) and Pat Lovell (Mr Squiggle).

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