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Monday 22 October 1984 — VICTORIA

The telemovie Matthew And Son, a starring vehicle for former The Sullivans star Paul Cronin, screens on Ten. Produced by Johnny Young’s Television House production company and intended as a pilot for an ongoing series, the telemovie also starred Paula Duncan, Darius Perkins and Nicole Kidman. Source: TV Week, 20 October 1984 (SBS: The Age, …

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Saturday 10 February 1973 — MELBOURNE

The Seven Network telecasts the opening of Hobart’s Wrest Point casino — the first casino in Australia. The telecast is hosted by Seven Network personalities Bob Rogers and Tony Barber and includes a performance by Jerry Lewis. Source: TV Times, 10 February 1973   ABV2 HSV7 GTV9 ATV0   6AM 7AM 7am Playroom 7.30 Humphrey …

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Wednesday 12 September 1984 — VICTORIA

Brian Bury and Victoria Nicolls host the Nine Network special Cut That Out, billed as Australia’s first “bloopers” show. Source: TV Week, 8 September 1984. The Age Green Guide, 6 September 1984. MELBOURNE   ABV2 HSV7 GTV9 ATV10 SBS0/28   6AM 6am Rocky And Bullwinkle 6.25 Go Health 6.30 Scooby Doo Where Are You? 6am …

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Monday 16 January 1984 — VICTORIA

Situation comedy Mother And Son debuts on ABC. Starring Garry McDonald, Ruth Cracknell, Henri Szeps and Judy Morris, Mother And Son was widely acclaimed and ran for six series over ten years. McDonald and Cracknell were both later inducted into the TV Week Logie Awards Hall of Fame. Source: TV Week, 14 January 1984. (SBS: …

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Monday 13 January 1975 — VICTORIA

Number 96 returns for its fourth year on air. The new season debuts as the apartment block residents find out that a second murder has taken place in the building and the killer is still on the loose. Programs broadcast in colour indicated with (C) Source: TV Week, 11 January 1975 MELBOURNE ABV2 HSV7 GTV9 ATV0 …

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Thursday 31 December 1981 — VICTORIA

Source: TV Week, 26 December 1981 MELBOURNE ABV2 HSV7 GTV9 ATV10 SBS0/28   6AM 6am Rocky And His Friends 6.30 King Leonardo 6.55 Go Health 6.30am Plastic Man 7AM 7am Michael Bentine’s Potty Time 7.30 Elephant Boy 7am Cartoons 7am Good Morning Australia 8AM 8am Sesame Street 8am The Adventures Of Black Beauty 8.30 The …

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Wednesday 7 March 1984 — TASMANIA

Tasmania’s two commercial channels — TVT6 covering Hobart and Southern Tasmania, and TNT9 Launceston and Northern Tasmania — are now under the same ownership and their schedules are gradually getting into sync with each other. The two channels would change in 1985 to a single identity (TAS TV) and schedule but only until 1989 when …

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Monday 18 March 1985 — SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Neighbours makes its Adelaide debut on ADS7 Neighbours — I said it wouldn’t last [2015] Source: TV Radio Extra, 16 March 1985 ADELAIDE   ABS2 ADS7 NWS9 SAS10 6AM 6.30am Test Pattern 6.30am Today. Steve Liebmann, Sue Kellaway 6.15am Test Pattern 6.30 Good Morning Australia. Gordon Elliott, Kerri-Anne Kennerley 7AM 7.50am Test Pattern 7am Leave It To …

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Monday 5 December 1983 — BRISBANE

Source: TV Week, 3 December 1983   ABQ2 BTQ7 QTQ9 TVQ0 6AM 6.50am Community Noticeboard 6.52 Boris’ Breakfast Club 6am Prologue 6.05 King Kong 6.30 The Nature Of Things 6.55 Answers For Today 7AM 7am Today 7am Good Morning Australia 8AM 8am Sesame Street 9AM 9am Play School 9.30 Close 9.50 For Schools: Music Time …

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Thursday 26 November 1981 — SYDNEY

Nine’s The Mike Walsh Show presents its final episode for 1981, extending from its usual 90 minute format to 2 hours. Highlight of the year’s final episode is the pantomime The Wizard Of Oz, featuring The Mike Walsh Show‘s showbiz reporter John Michael Howson as Dorothy. Source: Woman’s Day/TV Day, 25 November 1981   ABN2 …

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