Sunday 4 June 2006 — SYDNEY

After 12 years, the final episode of Blue Heelers is given a prime timeslot of 8.30pm Sunday. The series comes to an end after 510 episodes — equalling the record set by Homicide that ran from 1964 to 1977.

(This listing excludes community channel TVS and digital-only channels ABC2 and SBS World News Channel which are not listed in TV Week)

Source: TV Week, 3 June 2006

6AM Rage (cont’d)
6.30am The Fimbles
6.50 Funky Valley
6.55 Yoko! Jakamoko! Toto!
6am One
6.30 Tractor Tom
6am Make Way For Noddy
6.20 Little Red Tractor
6.30 Barney And Friends
6am Mass For You At Home
6.30 Hillsong
6am Weatherwatch, Music
6.30 Worldwatch: 6.30 Filipino News, 7am Hungarian News, 7.30 Italian News Weekly, 8am Korean News, 8.30 Latin American News, 9am Maltese News, 9.30 Polish News, 10am Ukranian News
7AM 7am Boo!
7.10 Lunar Jim
7.20 I Spy
7.30 Tupu
7.55 Old Tom
7am Stanley
7.30 Fairy Tale Police
7am Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
7.30 Business Success
7am Pirate Island
7.30 Totally Wild
8AM 8.10 I Dream
8.35 Blue Water High
8am Weekend Sunrise 8am Business Sunday 8am Meet The Press. Paul Bongiorno
8.30 Video Hits
9AM 9am Insiders 9.30 Sportsworld. Johanna Griggs, Matthew White, Kylie Gillies 9am Sunday
10AM 10am Inside Business
10.30 Offsiders
10.30 Football: 68th Blue Stars/FIFA Youth Cup
11AM 11am Asia Pacific Focus
11.30 Songs Of Praise
11am My Business
11.30 The Royal
11am The Sunday Footy Show. Paul Vautin, Peter Sterling, Jim Smith, Matthew Johns 11am Champions Of The World. Les Murray
12PM 12pm Landline 12.30pm Home Improvement 12pm Sunday Roast. Andrew Voss, Mark Geyer, Matthew Johns 12pm Free 12pm Speedweek
1PM 1pm Gardening Australia (Rpt)
1.30 Message Stick
1pm Movie: Annie’s Point. 2005 [IMDB] 1pm Football: AFL. North Melbourne v Sydney. Live from Manuka Oval 1pm RPM. Bill Woods
2PM 2pm Special: George Sand — The Story Of Her Life
2.50 Against The Odds
2pm Motorsport: V8 Supercars. From Winton Raceway 2pm Football Stars Of Tomorrow
2.30 Football: FIFA World Cup Classics 1994-2002. Germany v Brazil
3PM 3pm The Art Of Travel
3.50 Fine Line
3pm Movie: Turner And Hooch. 1989 [IMDB]
4PM 4pm Sunday Arts 4pm Rugby League: NRL. Wests Tigers v North Queensland Cowboys 4pm The World Game
5PM 5pm The Real Da Vinci Code 5.15 Fawlty Towers 5pm Ten News
5.30 Sports Tonight
6PM 6pm At The Movies (Rpt)
6.30 The Einstein Factor
6pm Seven News
6.30 It Takes Two
6pm National Nine News
6.30 Backyard Blitz
6pm The Simpsons
6.30 Big Brother
6pm FIFA World Cup: The Official Guide
6.30 World News Australia. Lee Lin Chin
7PM  7pm ABC News
7.30 Peking To Paris
7.30 60 Minutes. Liz Hayes, Tara Brown, Peter Overton 7.30 Big Brother: Live Eviction. Gretel Killeen 7pm World Sport. Les Murray
7.30 Lost Worlds
8PM  8.25 ABC News
8.30 Answered By Fire
8.30 Blue Heelers FINAL 8.30 Movie: Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle. 2003 [IMDB] 8.30 The Game Of Their Lives
9PM  9pm Law And Order: SVU
10PM  10pm Compass
10.35 The Perfect Home
10.30 Movie: Rain Man. 1988 [IMDB] 10.45 Movie: The Cell. 2000 [IMDB] 10pm Law And Order: Criminal Intent 10pm Rough Science
10.30 Football: International Friendly. Netherlands v Australia. Live from De Kuip Stadium, Netherlands
11PM  11.25 Order In The House 11pm The Office
12AM  12.05am Movie: The Spanish Main. 1945 [IMDB] 12.50am Football: AFL. Melbourne v St Kilda 12am Motorsport: FIM World Championships; Italian MotoGP
1AM  1.05am Movie: CrissCross. 1992 [IMDB] 1am The Storm Rages Twice (Lebanon)
1.55 Close
2AM  2.10 Movie: The Monster. 1975 [IMDB] 2.50 Nine Presents
3AM  3.55 Strokes Of Colour 3am Guthy-Renker Australia 3am George Lopez
3.30 Guthy-Renker Australia
3am Home Shopping
4AM  4.30 Movie: The Gentle Sex. 1943 [IMDB]
(Continues to 6am)
4am Today (NBC) 4am Enjoying Everyday Life With Joyce Meyer
4.30 Kenneth Copeland
5AM  5am Meet The Press (NBC)
(Continues to 6am)
5am Primetime
(Continues to 6am)
5am Life Today With James Robison
5.30 This Is Your Day With Benny Hinn
(Continues to 6am)
5am Weatherwatch, Music
5.25 Worldwatch: Japanese News
(Continues to 6am)