11 July 1962: Panda Lisner (The Happy Show)

11 July 1964: Graham Kennedy (In Melbourne Tonight)Jimmy Hannan (Saturday Date), Gerry Gibson (Tonight, Brisbane)Lionel Williams (Adelaide Tonight)

11 July 1992: Emily Symons (Home And Away)

11 July 2009: Eloise Mignon and James Sorensen (Neighbours)

11 July 1992: ABC is the Australian broadcaster for the global television presentation of Puccini’s opera Tosca from the Church of Sant’Andrea della Valle, Rome — starting with Act One at 8.30pm, Act Two at 4.15am (interrupting Rage), with Act Three shown during the following day. The event is broadcast to 53 countries to an estimated audience of 1.5 billion.

11 July 1994: The Nine Network premieres game show Strike It Lucky with Ronnie Burns.

11 July 1995: The Derryn Hinch special No Means No (Nine) looks at rape and the legal system.

11 July 1997: SBS presents a Front Up special, Inside Out. The subject is Bobby Veen, who has been imprisoned for 22 of his 42 years. Interviewed from Parramatta Correctional Centre, he gives an insight into his childhood and adolescent years.

11 July 1998: The Nine Network presents the special Tina Arena: In Deep Live, featuring interviews and performances with Tina Arena while on tour in Australia and on the eve of the launch of her album in the US.

11 July 2000: The Nine Network presents Somebody’s Mother, a documentary about ovarian cancer as seen through the eyes of a recently diagnosed patient and presented by Tracey Curro, whose mother died of the disease.

11 July 2006: The Nine Network premieres reality series Torvill And Dean Dancing On Ice, featuring contestants Lara Bingle, Jules Lund, Giaan Rooney, Michael Slater, Karl Stefanovic, Jake Wall, Trisha Broadbridge, Annalise Braakensiek, Dermott Brereton and Jackie Kelly. Hosted by Jamie Durie and Sami Lukis.

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